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Woodstock" is a popular song written by Joni Mitchell and included on her 1970 album Ladies of the Canyon. The song was covered by Matthews Southern Comfort and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and has become a counterculture anthem. The lyrics refer to the Woodstock festival of 1969. Joni Mitchell composed the song based on what she had heard from her then-boyfriend Graham Nash about the Woodstock Music and Art Festival.
The Revue were "folk" musicians who lived in and around Woodstock, NY including Happy and Artie Traum, John Herald, Eric Anderson, John Sebastian, Paul Butterfield, Pat Alger, and many others. The original lp's spent so much time on our turntable that we would spontaneously start singing the next song as each song ended.
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Woodstock Mountains Revue. Initial release : 1978. Eric Andersen plays on this recording. Pretty Boy Floyd (Guthrie). Pretty Boy Floyd, Gone Girl, Ocracoke Time, Pretty Lucky and Starry Eyed Songs were included on the compilation; Music From Mud Acres, Woodstock Mountain Revue, 1987.
Woodstock may be the best-known rock festival, but is likely that the Ozark Music Festival held over the weekend of 19-21 July 1974 was bigger. It was just another stop on our endless summer tour of 1974 so we were pretty buzzed, but I do remember we arrived in a helicopter on the last day and it was incredibly hot! Everyone was sweating and sunburned! Flying in we could see it was a very large festival and the first thing I remember seeing as we stepped off the chopper was a bloody t-shirt amid the debris backstage. The festival was billed as one featuring bluegrass as well as rock so it was that The Earl Scruggs Revue and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band were included. Other bands, not on the poster that played included The Ozark Mountain Daredevils and The Souther Hillman Furay Band – refugees from The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield and The Flying Burrito Brothers; the cream of California country rock.