Stuck on 17B - Day Three

Days Two and Three at Woodstock seem to kind of blur together, with no real separation: Although technically part of Saturday, The Who didn’t go onstage until about 4 a.m. Sunday morning. Jefferson Airplane, also technically scheduled for Saturday, finally went on at around 8 a.m. Sunday.

Day Three of Woodstock officially started at 2 p.m. when Joe Cocker took the stage. The fuzziness of each days’ borders would continue – aided by the rains, which would periodically bring everything to a standstill – through to the next morning, when Jimi Hendrix would finally close the festival at about 11 a.m.

As the Airplane took the stage, Grace Slick introduced the band with the words, “All right friends, you have seen the heavy groups, now you’ll see morning maniac music, believe me....”

Day Three performances
Jefferson Airplane
Plastic Fantastic Lover.mp3
White Rabbit.mp3
Joe Cocker
Let’s Go Get Stoned.mp3
Ten Years After
I’m Going Home.mp3
The Band
The Weight.mp3
Blood Sweat And Tears
Johnny Winter
Tobacco Road (w/Edgar Winter).mp3
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.mp3
Sea of Madness.mp3
Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Love March.mp3

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