The peace-loving counter culture produces the phenomenon of Woodstock.

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The peace-loving counter culture produces the phenomenon of Woodstock.

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The Best Chapter in the Series
19 February 2004 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

Even though this was part of a mini-series, this chapter stands out on its own due to the fact that it covers the decade when rock and roll grew up and became recognized as an art form. You pretty much look at how the Beatles and Bob Dylan pretty much changed rock and forced other artists to write songs with more of a depth than they had been previously. However, the only negative criticism I have is that even though they cover Woodstock, there is no mention of Altamont, the event that pretty much ended that decade. Instead they end it with Joni Mitchell's recollections of the 1970 Isle of Wight festival which pretty much was the British version of Altamont. All in all it still is a great documentary.


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