Woodstock 43rd Anniversary ~ Day Three

Day Three: Sunday, August 17 1969

Jefferson Airplane


1. The Other Side Of This Life
2. Plastic Fantastic Lover
3. Volunteers
4. Saturday Afternoon / Won’t You Try
5. Eskimo Blue Day
6. Uncle Sam’s Blues
7. Somebody To Love
8. White Rabbit


Sadly any video footage of Max Yasgur’s speech to the crowd at Woodstock is no longer anywhere to be found on the internet. But his words were the focal point of this entire concert and happening.

” I’m a farmer, I don’t know how to speak to twenty people at one time, let alone a crowd like this. But I think you people have proven something to the world — not only to the Town of Bethel, or Sullivan County, or New York State; you’ve proven something to the world. This is the largest group of people ever assembled in one place. We have had no idea that there would be this size group, and because of that you’ve had quite a few inconveniences as far as water, food, and so forth. Your producers have done a mammoth job to see that you’re taken care of… they’d enjoy a vote of thanks. But above that, the important thing that you’ve proven to the world is that a half a million kids — and I call you kids because I have children that are older than you are — a half million young people can get together and have three days of fun and music and have nothing but fun and music, and I God Bless You for it! “

Thank You Mr. Yasgur


Joe Cocker


1. Delta Lady
2. Some Things Goin’ On
3. Let’s Go Get Stoned
4. I Shall Be Released
5. With A Little Help From My Friends

Country Joe & The Fish (second apperance)

1. Barry’s Caviar Dream
2. Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
3. Rock And Soul Music
4. Thing Called Love
5. Love Machine
6. Fish Cheer / I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixing-To-Die-Rag

Ten Years After

( YT literally removed all actual visual footage in it’s entirety, but music all here)


1. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
2. I Can’t Keep From Crying Sometimes
3. I May Be Wrong, But I Won’t Be Wrong Always
4. I’m Going Home

The Band


1. Chest Fever
2. Don’t Do It
3. Tears Of Rage
4. We Can Talk About It Now
5. Long Black Veil
6. Don’t Ya Tell Henry
7. Ain’t No More Cane on the Brazos
8. Wheels On Fire
9. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
10. The Weight

(After Midnight)

Blood Sweat And Tears


1. More And More
2. I Love You Baby More Than You Ever Know
3. Spinning Wheel
4. I Stand Accused
5. Something Coming On

Johnny Winter


1. Mama, Talk To Your Daughter
2. To Tell The Truth
3. Johnny B Goode
4. Six Feet In The Ground
5. Leland Mississippi Blues/Rock Me Baby
6. Mean Mistreater
7. I Can’t Stand It (With Edgar Winter)
8. Tobacco Road (With Edgar Winter)
9. Mean Town Blues

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young


1. Suite Judy Blue Eyes
2. Blackbird
3. Helplessly Hoping
4. Guinnevere
5. Marrakesh Express
6. 4 + 20
7. Mr Soul
8. Wonderin’
9. You Don’t Have To Cry
10. Pre-Road Downs
11. Long Time Gone
12. Bluebird Revisited
13. Sea Of Madness
14. Wooden Ships
15. Find The Cost Of Freedom
16. 49 Bye-Byes

Paul Butterfield Blues Band


1. Everything’s Gonna Be Alright
2. Driftin’
3. Born Under A Bad Sign
4. All My Love Comin’ Through To You
5. Love March




Filed under Entertainment, MUSIC

4 responses to “Woodstock 43rd Anniversary ~ Day Three

  1. Sadly… no more! Here’s the video of Max Yasgur’s speech to the crowd.

  2. Thanks for the link Dean. How long it will stay on YT this time who knows? I see my CSNY video that was on auto-play has been removed, will have to see if whole unedited identical is there to replace it. Or just use another song.

    Yes definitely sadly no more. It enrages me that they even applied the Woodstock name to the nightmare of 99′ where people beat, robbed and raped their fellow brothers and sisters.

    In 1969 Woodstock defined our generation. Kids that were tough, didn’t mind fighting for what they believed if it meant getting their heads kicked in. Problem with the generations that followed they were so spoiled they had nothing to fight or stand up for. It was the ME generation.

    Pathetically sad.

  3. Same Copyright bull. If these companies had any brains they’d realize they’d have more sales of the music and movie because of the exposure that these video’s give a taste of.

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