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Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2009
In August 1969, on a farm 50 miles from Woodstock, N.Y., 400,000 hippies—the largest concert audience ever—converged to celebrate and hear the music of their counterculture. Joan Baez's protest songs, Sly Stone's psychedelic soul, The Grateful Dead's LSD-soaked improvisations, Santana's Latin jazz-tinged rock, The Band's old America country...

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