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Official Trailer | Woodstock | PBS
They came for the concert of their lives, but most experienced something far more profound
Preview: S31 Ep6 | 30s
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The Sound of Woodstock
Bill Hanley made Woodstock sound system that forever shaped our collective memory.
Clip: S31 Ep6 | 6m 27s
Joel Rosenman: Woodstock Producer
In 1969, Joel Rosenman and his partners met to brainstorm what would become Woodstock.
Clip: S31 Ep6 | 1m 13s
Chapter 1 | Woodstock
Watch chapter 1 of Woodstock.
Clip: S31 Ep6 | 9m 59s
Max Yasgur: Woodstock’s unexpected champion
Max Yasgur, a dairy farmer agreed to host Woodstock on his property.
Clip: S31 Ep6 | 1m 7s
Wavy Gravy: “Please Chief” of Woodstock
Hugh Romney, aka Wavy Gravy, was an American figure of the 1960s counter culture.
Trailer | Woodstock
In 1969, about half a million people gathered at a farm in upstate New York to hear music.
Preview: S31 Ep6 | 2m 1s
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