Louie Louie - The Kinks
The Small Faces in Colour Me Pop, 1968
Mama Cass photographed by Henry Diltz
Rhiannon rings like a bell through the night and wouldn’t you love to love her?
For those who passed through it, Woodstock was less a music festival than a total experience, a phenomenon, a happening, high adventure, a near disaster and, in a small way, a struggle for survival. Casting an apprehensive eye over the huge throng on opening day, Friday afternoon, a festival official announced, “There are a hell of a lot of us here. If we are going to make it, you had better remember that the guy next to you is your brother.” Everybody remembered. Woodstock made it. [x]