40 Years Ago...An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music

40 years ago, The Woodstock Festival forever changed the scene of music.

Here are a few highlights:

Joe Cocker - "A Little Help From My Friends":

Richie Havens - "Freedom":

Santana - "Soul Sacrifice":

The Who - "Pinball Wizard":

Joan Baez - "We Shall Overcome":

Janis Joplin - "Ball & Chain":

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young: "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes":

Creedence Clearwater Revival: "Bad Moon Rising":

Jimi Hendrix - "Foxy Lady":

Jimi Hendrix - "The Star Spangled Banner":


Artist Spotlight: Ella Fitzgerald

In today's music scene, you would be hard pressed to find a voice as smooth and pure than Ella Fitzgerald, The First Lady of Song. Her voice had an unmatched instrumental quality. In fact, she once said "I stole everything I ever heard, but mostly I stole from the horns."

You Tube Highlights:
"Cry Me a River":


"Someone to Watch Over Me":

"Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye":

"Learnin' the Blues" (with Louis Armstrong):

"Savoy" (with Frank Sinatra):

"Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall" (with the Inkspots):

"One Note Samba":



Book Releases - August 2009

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