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WOODSTOCK (1970) 27055

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27055
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Warner Brothers Original Gelatin Silver Print (8x10) Excellent Condition

Original Warner Brothers gelatin silver print (8x10) from the Michael Wadleigh iconic rock documentary, WOODSTOCK (1970). Considered by many critics to be the best music documentary of all time, others consider it to be one of the very best documentaries ever filmed on any subject. It is a very intimate look at the Woodstock Music and Art Festival held in Bethel, New York in 1969 and in a broader sense a record of the 1960's "hippy" culture or, as they were often called, the "counterculture." Peace, love, and music were the themes of the day, and many of the performances are nothing short of amazing. Jimi Hendrix (complete with his frenzied version of "The Star Spangled Banner"), Country Joe and the Fish, Joan Baez, The Who, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash are just some of the legendary performers immortalized in this film. It deservedly won the Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary, as well as being nominated for Best Editing and Best Sound. Performance photograph of Sly Stone. This is an original, vintage photograph from the press material for WOODSTOCK, not a reproduction. MovieArt Austin will sell NO reproductions.

MICHAEL WADLEIGH - Director
Joan Baez - Actor
Joe Cocker - Actor
COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - Actor
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG - Actor
Arlo Guthrie - Actor
Richie Havens - Actor
Jimi Hendrix - Actor
SANTANA - Actor
John Sebastian - Actor
SHA-NA-NA - Actor
SLY & THE FAMILY STONE - Actor
TEN YEARS AFTER - Actor
THE WHO - Actor

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