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Woodstock 50 - Back To The Garden (50th Anniversary Experience) (CD10)

Various Artists CD BOX

Woodstock 50 - Back To The Garden (50th Anniversary Experience) (CD10) (2019)

Format: CD BOX - Glasba

Code: 603497851706


  1. RICHIE HAVENS - Hello 
  2. RICHIE HAVENS - From The Prison>Get Together>From The Prison
  3. RICHIE HAVENS - High Flying Bird
  4. RICHIE HAVENS - With A Little Help From My Friends
  5. RICHIE HAVENS - Handsome Johnny
  6. RICHIE HAVENS - Freedom
  7. JOHN MORRIS - It seems there are a few cars blocking the road
  8. SWEETWATER - Look Out
  9. SWEETWATER - Day Song
  10. SWEETWATER - Two Worlds
  11. BERT SOMMER - Jennifer
  12. BERT SOMMER - And When It’s Over
  13. BERT SOMMER - America
  14. BERT SOMMER - Smile
  15. JOHN MORRIS - Let’s see how bright it can be
  16. TIM HARDIN - How Can We Hang On To A Dream
  17. TIM HARDIN - If I Were A Carpenter
  18. TIM HARDIN - Reason To Believe
  19. TIM HARDIN - Misty Roses
  20. JOHN MORRIS - We're a pretty big city right now


  1. JOHN MORRIS - Somebody, somewhere is giving out some flat blue acid
  2. RAVI SHANKAR - Raga Manj Kmahaj
  3. MELANIE - Momma Momma
  4. MELANIE - Beautiful People
  5. MELANIE - Mr. Tambourine Man
  6. MELANIE - Birthday Of The Sun
  7. JOHN MORRIS - It's a free concert from now on
  8. ARLO GUTHRIE - Coming Into Los Angeles
  9. ARLO GUTHRIE - Lotta freaks!
  10. ARLO GUTHRIE - Wheel Of Fortune
  11. ARLO GUTHRIE - Walking Down The Line
  12. ARLO GUTHRIE - Every Hand In The Land
  13. JOHN MORRIS - Let's just make the festival, not the other stuff
  14. JOAN BAEZ - The Last Thing On My Mind
  15. JOAN BAEZ - I Shall Be Released
  16. JOAN BAEZ - He already had a very, very good hunger strike going
  17. JOAN BAEZ - Joe Hill
  18. JOAN BAEZ - Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man – featuring Jeffrey Shurtleff
  19. JOHN MORRIS - That brings us fairly close to the dawn
  20. JOHN MORRIS - I guess the reason we’re here is music
  21. QUILL - They Live The Life
  22. QUILL - That’s How I Eat


  1. CHIP MONCK - Can those of you in the back hear well?
  3. COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD -Donovan’s Reef
  4. COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD -The Fish Cheer/I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag 
  5. CHIP MONCK - Those wishing to be lost, those wishing to be found
  6. SANTANA - Savor
  7. SANTANA - Jingo
  8. SANTANA - Persuasion
  9. SANTANA - Soul Sacrifice
  10. CHIP MONCK - An exciting set is understandable
  11. JOHN B. SEBASTIAN - How Have You Been
  12. JOHN B. SEBASTIAN - Rainbows All Over Your Blues
  13. JOHN B. SEBASTIAN - I Had A Dream
  14. JOHN B. SEBASTIAN - Darling Be Home Soon
  15. THE KEEF HATLEY BAND - Halfbreed Medley: Sinning For You>Leaving Trunk>Just To Cry>Sinning For You
  16. CHIP MONCK - Bring Jerry's nitroglycerin pills to the Indian Pavilion


  1. CHIP MONCK - Go to Mr. Lang's office right away
  5. THE INCREDIBLE STRING BAND - When You Find Out Who You Are
  6. CHIP MONCK & HUGH ROMNEY - If things aren't going well for you or whatever
  7. CANNED HEAT - Going Up The Country
  8. CANNED HEAT - Woodstock Boogie
  9. BOB HITE & CHIP MONCK - Can we have a little juice on this other microphone, please?
  10. CANNED HEAT - On The Road Again
  11. CHIP MONCK - It’s your own trip


  1. CHIP MONCK - We'll take care of that right away – Chip Monck
  2. MOUNTAIN - Theme For An Imaginary Western
  3. MOUNTAIN - Long Red
  4. MOUNTAIN - Who Am I But You And The Sun (For Yasgur’s Farm)
  5. MOUNTAIN - Southbound Train
  6. CHIP MONCK & JOSHUA WHITE - Open your eyes wide
  7. KEN BABBS - So many people have been able to participate in such a debacle
  8. GRATEFUL DEAD - Mama Tried
  9. KEN BABBS, COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD, ET AL - It’s a sinister plot!
  10. GRATEFUL DEAD - Dark Star
  11. GRATEFUL DEAD - High Time
  12. JOHN MORRIS - You're carrying Janis's wah-wah pedals
  16. CHIP MONCK - It’s going to be a very long evening – Chip Monck


  1. JANIS JOPLIN - To Love Somebody
  2. JANIS JOPLIN - Kozmic Blues
  3. JANIS JOPLIN - Piece Of My Heart
  4. JANIS JOPLIN - Music's for grooving, man
  5. JANIS JOPLIN - Ball And Chain
  6. CHIP MONCK - Just in case you should get any ideas about leaving – Chip Monck
  7. SLY & THE FAMILY STONE - Medley: Everyday People>Dance To The Music>Music Lover>I Want To Take You Higher
  8. ABBIE HOFFMAN & STAGEHAND - Are you supposed to be up there rapping? No, man.
  9. THE WHO - I Can’t Explain
  10. THE WHO - Pinball Wizard
  12. THE WHO - We’re Not Gonna Take It
  13. THE WHO - Shakin’ All Over
  14. THE WHO - My Generation
  15. CHIP MONCK - Welcome this new day


  1. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - The Other Side Of This Life
  2. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - Somebody To Love
  3. GRACE SLICK - Let’s play it out of tune
  4. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
  5. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - Won’t You Try/Saturday Afternoon
  6. GRACE SLICK - We got a whole lot of orange and it was fine
  7. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - Plastic Fantastic Lover
  8. JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - Volunteers
  9. HUGH ROMNEY - If you're too tired to chew, pass it on
  10. JOHN MORRIS - The roads are fairly clear now
  11. MAX YASGUR - This is the largest group of people ever assembled in one place
  12. JOE COCKER - Dear Landlord
  13. JOE COCKER - Feelin’ Alright
  14. JOE COCKER - Let’s Go Get Stoned
  15. JOE COCKER - Hitchcock Railway
  16. JOE COCKER - With A Little Help From My Friends
  17. JOHN MORRIS, BARRY MELTON, RAINSTORM & AUDIENCE - Isn’t the rain beautiful?


  1. COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - Rock And Soul Music
  3. COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - Silver And Gold
  4. COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH - Rock And Soul Music (Reprise) 
  5. TEN YEARS AFTER - Help Me
  6. TEN YEARS AFTER -I’m Going Home
  7. CHIP MONCK - Come down and say hello to us
  8. THE BAND - Chest Fever
  9. THE BAND - Tears Of Rage
  10. THE BAND - This Wheel’s On Fire
  11. THE BAND - I Shall Be Released
  12. THE BAND - The Weight
  13. CHIP MONCK - We've just had a slight change in running order


  1. CHIP MONCK - It’s really a drag
  2. JOHNNY WINTER - Leland Mississippi Blues
  3. JOHNNY WINTER - Mean Town Blues
  4. JOHNNY WINTER - Johnny B. Goode
  5. CHIP MONCK - It just doesn't seem to be necessary
  6. BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS - More And More
  7. BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS - Spinning Wheel
  8. BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS - Smiling Phases
  9. BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS - You’ve Made Me So Very Happy
  10. CROSBY, STILLS & NASH - Tell 'em who we are, man
  11. CROSBY, STILLS & NASH - Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
  12. CROSBY, STILLS & NASH - Blackbird
  13. CROSBY, STILLS & NASH - Marrakesh Express
  14. CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - Sea Of Madness
  15. CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - Wooden Ships
  16. CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - Bummer!
  17. CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG - 49 Bye-Byes


  3. THE BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND - Everything’s Gonna Be Alright
  4. CHIP MONCK & SHA NA NA - Test
  5. SHA NA NA - Get A Job
  6. SHA NA NA - Come Go With Me
  7. SHA NA NA - Silhouettes
  8. SHA NA NA - At The Hop
  9. SHA NA NA - Duke Of Earl
  10. SHA NA NA - Get A Job (Reprise) 
  11. CHIP MONCK - Thank you for making all this possible
  12. JIMI HENDRIX - Hear My Train A Comin’
  13. JIMI HENDRIX - Izabella
  14. JIMI HENDRIX - The Star Spangled Banner>Purple Haze
  15. CHIP MONCK - Good wishes, good day, and a good life – Chip Monck












This summer will be the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the defining event of a generation and one of the most iconic moments in popular music history. Despite its enduring cultural significance, no one has ever attempted to document the historic festival as it unfolded in real time. That is precisely what producers Andy Zax and Steve Woolard have done with a new 38-disc, 433-track boxed set that includes a near complete reconstruction of Woodstock across nearly 36 hours, with every artist performance from the festival included in chronological order. The collection boasts 267 previously unreleased audio tracks, totaling nearly 20 hours.

Limited to 1,969 individually numbered copies, WOODSTOCK 50 - BACK TO THE GARDEN: THE DEFINITIVE ANNIVERSARY ARCHIVE comes in a screen-printed plywood box with canvas insert inspired by the Woodstock stage set up, designed by Grammy®-winning graphic designer Masaki Koike. The set also includes a Blu-ray copy of the Woodstock film, a replica of the original program, a guitar strap, 2 8x10 prints from legendary rock photographer Henry Diltz, and essays by Zax, acclaimed music scribe Jesse Jarnow, and trailblazing rock critic Ellen Sander. Also included is a copy of Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music (Reel Art Press), a comprehensive new hardbound book about the event written by Michael Lang, one of the festival’s co-creators. The collection will be available on August 2. Pre-orders are available now exclusively at LINK. 

Rhino also will release two other collections earlier in the summer on June 28. WOODSTOCK – BACK TO THE GARDEN – 50th ANNIVERSARY EXPERIENCE features 162 tracks across 10 CDs and is the first Woodstock collection to feature live recordings of every performer at the festival. WOODSTOCK 50 – BACK TO THE GARDEN: THE ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION includes 42 tracks and will be available as a both 3-CD and 5-LP sets. Both the 10-disc collection will also be available via digital download.

Between August 15-18, 1969, more than 400,000 people converged on Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm in upstate New York for Woodstock. Thirty-two acts performed including some of the most popular and influential musicians of the era such as Joan Baez, The Band, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Sly and the Family Stone, and The Who.

The concert spawned Michael Wadleigh’s Oscar®-winning documentary as well as a pair of soundtrack albums. Together, the film and records have created a popular mythology surrounding Woodstock, one that only paints a partial picture of what actually happened. BACK TO THE GARDEN, producer Andy Zax writes in the liner notes, is intended to let people hear the festival as it really happened.

Wadleigh’s film tells a story of Woodstock, but it doesn’t tell the story...This 50th anniversary archive — which presents nearly all of the audio from the festival in something approximating real time — tells a different kind of story. If Wadleigh’s film is a kind of psychedelic Busby Berkeley musical, Back To The Garden is an audio-verité documentary…All of the mythology of Woodstock is here in this box; or at least, everything that would eventually create that mythology. The reality is here, too. And neither invalidates the other.

The time-consuming challenge of reconstructing the concert audio began with locating the more than 60 multi-track reels recorded by Eddie Kramer and Lee Osborne, as well as the 100 or so soundboard reels recorded by the onstage crew. Sorting through those tapes – some of which had been edited, mislabeled or lost – and then reassembling them properly was a process that, in some cases, took years to complete.

Zax says he, sound producer Brian Kehew and mastering engineer Dave Schultz avoided interfering with the tapes as much as possible in order to preserve their authenticity. It’s not surprising that other producers’ first reaction to these tapes over the years has been ‘uh-oh,’ immediately followed by ‘we’ve gotta find a way to fix this.’ I'm not unsympathetic to that approach, but if there's a single overriding lesson that Brian Kehew and I have learned since we began working with the Woodstock tapes in 2005, it’s this: you can't fix them… That’s less grim than it seems, because once you’ve accepted the idea that there is no way to make these recordings sound slick, you realize that these tapes are the sonic equivalent of heirloom tomatoes — slightly imperfect, but delicious.

In some cases, however, they needed to take advantage of new technology to perform much-needed restorations that would not have been possible just a few years ago. Zax says: The only surviving recording of Ravi Shankar’s Woodstock performance…is a mono reel with less than optimal sound. But the breakthrough de-mixing process developed by James Clarke at Abbey Road Studios allowed us to isolate and extract the parts played by each instrument and then create a new stereo mix. Similarly, recent improvements in polyphonic tuning have allowed us to repair previously unfixable horn parts in the Blood, Sweat & Tears performance, allowing it, for the first time, to be heard as originally intended.

But the Woodstock audio isn't solely about music: it’s also about the people who were there. Fortunately, the microphones were left on throughout the festival, capturing everything from stagehands discussing lunch and audience members shouting requests for baseball scores, to Max Yasgur’s uplifting address to the audience gathered on his farm.

You can also hear the cavalcade of stage announcements made by stage manager John Morris and lighting director Chip Monck, who were drafted as emcees for the festival because no one hired one. On all three of these new anniversary collections, you can hear them between songs making announcements about everything from lost keys to warnings about flat blue acid. The final disc in BACK TO THE GARDEN serves as an appendix and contains ancillary recordings and a few bits of audio whose placement within the sequence could not be confirmed.

As the cliché goes: If you can remember the 1960s, you weren’t there. BACK TO THE GARDEN a way for people who weren’t there to remember them. And for anyone who was there, perhaps this will jog their memory.

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