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Woodstock - Peace, Music & Memories
Brad Littleproud, Joanne Hague

Krause Publications
July 2009
On Sale: July 3, 2009
256 pages
ISBN: 0896898334
EAN: 9780896898332
Paperback
$24.99
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Non-Fiction History

Woodstock Peace, Music & Memories tells the story of what Time magazine called “the greatest peaceful event in history” in the words and pictures of some of the 500,000 people who lived it. With a natural look and scrapbook-of-memories character, this book celebrates the 40th anniversary of this legendary event with a mix of 350 color, sepia-tone and black and white photos; interviews with performers including Carlos Santana and Mountain, as well as attendees, a special section of Woodstock memorabilia with current values, and a foreword written by Woodstock co-organizer Artie Kornfedt. Whether you are a baby boomer or a musician who rocked and rolled – to the music and atmosphere of Woodstock, or are a fan, a collector or a historian who wish you were there, you will find this book to be an amazing tribute to the most famous three days of 1969.



About the Authors

Brad Littleproud and Joanne Hague are proprietors of the Woodstock Preservation Society, www.woodstockpreservation.org. Littleproud was active in the historic preservation of the Woodstock festival site and continues his work through the society. Hague, who was raised just 60 miles from the site, was too young to attend, but was mesmerized by the site’s mystique years later and joined Littleproud in his efforts.

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Good Morning America - June 24, 2009

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