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Woodstock '94 (1995)

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Highlights of the performances at the second Woodstock event in 1994.

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Bruce Gowers
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Dirnt ... Himself (Green Day)
Tre Cool ... Himself (Green Day)
Billie Joe Armstrong ... Himself (Green Day)
Joe Perry ... Himself (Aerosmith)
Tom Hamilton ... Himself (Aerosmith)
Joey Kramer ... Himself (Aerosmith)
Steven Tyler ... Himself (Aerosmith)
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Anthony Kiedis ... Himself (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Dave Navarro ... Himself (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Flea ... Himself (as The Red Hot Chili Peppers)
Sheryl Crow ... Herself
Slash ... Himself
Melissa Etheridge ... Herself
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The "sequel" to the first Woodstock concert, during its 25th anniversery, featuring performances from bands like Green Day, Metallica, Cypress Hill, Blind Melon, Aerosmith, Nine Inch Nails, Rollins Band, Collective Soul, Blues Traveller and The Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others. Written by Anonymous

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USA

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English

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Joe Cocker, Crosby Stills & Nash, Santana, John Sebastian, Country Joe McDonald, Bob Weir of Grateful Dead, and The Band were the only acts from the original Woodstock to appear at Woodstock Jefferson Airplane members, guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady, performed with The Band as part of their all-star jam. See more »

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An Excellent Concert That Captures This Moment In Time
8 July 2012 | by cheesecropSee all my reviews

Woodstock 94 should not be judged against it's predecessor from 1969. It was it's own free standing entity, despite the clear attempts to link it to the 1969 show. Were there older acts at the 94 show? Absolutely. Bob Dylan, Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Aerosmith, and several others appear in this film. At the same time, this documentary clearly represents a early 90's mindset.

The concert was split into three days,as it appears in this film. Major acts of the time, including the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Metallica, and Green Day, are all highlighted. As a film, it is a fairly good representation of the high point of the 1990's rock scene, how ever you term it ("grunge", "alternative", whatever).

I've heard people talk about how money allegedly was the real difference between 69 and 94. At the same time, many people seem to forget that the 1969 concert was meant to be a moneymaking endeavor. Just think for a second about those people who have "tickets" to the 1969 festival. How did they get them? Somebody had to spend a few dollars.

Once you consider this, the differences between 69 and 94 (and for that matter the 99 show as well) fade into the ether, so to speak. Being that I was right age, and in the right place and time to enjoy this show, I recollect it with all the excitement I felt then, even today. It's a fine concert, In It's Own Right.


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