more than 300 color photos by
Barry Z Levine
|Jimi Hendrix Janis Joplin Jerry Garcia Joan Baez||The Band Sweetwater Country Joe McDonald|
|Arlo Guthrie Santana Canned Heat Richie Havens||Joe Cocker Ten Years After Mountain Sha-Na-Na|
|Jefferson Airplane Sly & The Family Stone Ravi Shankar||The Who Incredible String Band Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young|
Academy Award Winning Woodstock Film Crew
Barry Z Levine,
Photographer Woodstock Film
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Poster 1, Aerial view
Poster # 2 couple kissing in the pond
To commemorate the 4th Anniversary of Woodstock,
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2) a Woodstock Photo of a couple kissing in the pond
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"THE WOODSTOCK STORY BOOK", a collector's item with nearly 300 of these beautiful color photos and a Dr Seuss type characterization of the historical event. This book catches the mood, excitement and the performers in full color. Don't miss your opportunity to buy it and get 50% savings on some of our website items including a FREE poster of your choice.
The book also contains 4, 8"x10" photos, suitable for framing including Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Garcia, Janis Joplin and Joe Cocker. Check it out Click order link above book..
"An incredible all-access pass to the music and art fair that came to be known solely as Woodstock…the author’s have created an intimate time capsule with this book…the peace and love essence of Woodstock rings out loud and clear.”
Stunning photos and a great narrative makes this book a must have for anyone who was at Woodstock, wish they had been, or for anyone wanting a great history lesson and a piece of the 60's. Rare photos of the musicians, the people, and the landscape from the perspective and lens of a festival insider is a great way to celebrate the 40th anniversary and the spirit of Woodstock.
Eric B Merill, Westhampton
I couldn't put this book down! Dance/music camps for grown-ups make me kick up my heels, and now, here's a picture story book for grown-ups from the Woodstock Festival of 1969, just in time for its 40th anniversary. Subtitled "A Chronologically and Anatomically Correct Illustrated Tale for Post-Woodstock Generations," the book has never-before-published shots from the still photographer of the Acadamy-Award winning movie about the event. Everything is here--from the set up with stage crews and Richie Havens's welcoming set, to the muddy, skinnydipping, potsmoking, make-love-not-war community; to Hendrix and the Star Spangled Banner; to the epilogue about "the greatest peaceful event in world history." You're going to love this book, and it makes an awesome gift item. Put on Sly and the Family Stone's "Gonna Take You Higher" and treat yourself to what I'm going to predict is hailed as the best rock-'n-roll stroll down hippie lane of the century!
The pictures tell the story. The words tie the story together.Makes one appreciate the wonder of this event. When I look at some of the photos I sit with my mouth open. Example: a photo of 500K people is worth a million words.Most of the photos I have not seen elsewhere, apparently taken by the author and not available to others.
Close-up pictures of the now-famous persons tell tales.How did this event - against all probability - out of the control of the "organizers", come to pass? Remarkable!
Preparations were not adequate for any crowd, let alone the huge numbers that converged on this farmer's field. In spite of this, (or because of it?) a remarkable moment in time for an entire generation. A return to basics of human nature. Pictures tell the story.
Put this on your coffee table, or keep it on your night stand.A great way for the Woodstock Generation to "relate" to any younger generation... or visa-versa. Was this an event to imitate?? To fear?? Both??
JohnWestney, New York