1969

Towards the end of 1969, the rumors of Paul McCartney's death were growing. So 'Life' magazine, tracked down Paul and wife Linda at their farm near Glasgow, Scotland, to disprove the rumors of his death. On The Nov. 7th Issue of 'Life', Paul was the featured cover story of that week's edition of the magazine, […]

On Nov. 4, 1969, a new band entered the markets with their self-titled debut LP. The record included unknown songs like "Dreams" and "Whipping Post." As you can tell by now, that band was The Allman Brothers. The Allman Brothers Band was formed in March 1969, during large jam sessions with various musicians in Jacksonville, […]

If you missed Woodstock back in 1969, 2 weeks later you could have made your way down to Texas for the Texas International Pop Festival. The festival featured many of the same bands but only had between 120 and 150,000 people over the 3 days. The festival was held in Lewisville, Texas, at the newly […]

"…you can get anything you want…" On Aug. 24, 1969, Arlo Guthrie's film "Alice's Restaurant" premiered in New York City and Los Angeles. A true classic film for an entire generation. How much of the film do you remember and did you see it when it first came out? And…how many of you watch this […]

On Aug. 22, 1969, The Beatles got together for what would be their last photo session together and the last time they would ever be together for band duties. Thereafter their only meetings were business-related. The shoot took place in the house and grounds of Tittenhurst Park, John Lennon and Yoko Ono's home in Sunninghill […]

On Aug. 20, 1969, The Beatles finally finished John Lennon's "I Want You (She's So Heavy)". It was also the last time all four members of the group were inside the Abbey Road studios together. There were two sessions on that day. The first took place between 2pm and 6pm in the control room of […]

The day after Woodstock ended in Upstate New York, a number of the artists who performed there, were in New York City where they appeared on The Dick Cavett Show. Through the magic of the world wide webby, we can see the show which featured Joni Mitchell (yeah we know, she didn't play at Woodstock), […]

At 11:10 am on Aug. 18, 1969, the Woodstock festival was over. It went down in history as one of the greatest events ever in Rock and Roll. If all of the acts that were scheduled and or invited to perform there would have, it probably would have taken a couple more days. Here is […]

On Aug. 17, 1969, THE BAND played at Woodstock. One year later on the same date, they released their third LP “Stage Fright”. Engineered by an up-and-coming Todd Rundgren, and produced by the group themselves for the first time, the album was recorded at the Woodstock Playhouse in their home base of Woodstock, New York. […]

On the second day of Woodstock, the artists were still having problems getting to the site on time for their sets. Just after Santana finished their historical set, the next band wasn’t there. However John Sebastian was. He was just hanging out backstage when he was asked if he would play a couple of songs […]


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