The Psychedelic Experience – August 14th, 2014 – A Woodstock Tribute: 2 Hours of Peace, Music and Love
This weekend marks the 45th anniversary of the the much-lauded Woodstock Festival. Some think that these “Three Days of Peace and Music” marked the height of the 1960s psychedelic experience, but do DJ Mellow Yellow and The Psych Professor see it differently? Check out our two hour tribute to the festival and the album and film that followed as we continue our galactic ramble through The Psychedelic Experience! (This episode was pre-recorded so we are posting it early for your listening enjoyment!) Stream below or download here.
- Richie Havens – Freedom (Motherless Child)
- Bert Sommer – Jennifer
- Arlo Guthrie – Coming Into Los Angeles
- Joan Baez and Jeffrey Shurtleff – Drug Store Truck Driving Man
- Quill – That’s How I Eat
- Santana – Evil Ways
- Canned Heat – I’m Her Man
- Mountain – Southbound Train
- Creedence Clearwater Revival – I Put A Spell On You
- Sly and the Family Stone – Stand!
- The Who – My Generation
- Jefferson Airplane – Somebody to Love
- Joe Cocker and the Grease Band – With A Little Help From My Friends
- Country Joe and the Fish – The Fish Cheer/I Feel Like I’m Fixing To Die Rag
- The Band – I Shall Be Released
- Paul Butterfield Blues Band – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright
- Jimi Hendrix – Hey Joe
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Posted on August 12, 2014, in Podcast and tagged 1960s, 1960s Rock, 89.5, DJ Mellow Yellow, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Millikin, Music, Psych Professor, Psychedelic, Psychedelic Experience, Psychedelic Rock, Rock, WJMU, Woodstock. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.