“The ’60s are gone, dope will never be as cheap, sex never as free, and the rock and roll never as great.”
“For those who passed through it, Woodstock was less a music festival than a total experience, a phenomenon, a happening, high adventure, a near disaster and, in a small way, a struggle for survival. Casting an apprehensive eye over the huge throng on opening day, Friday afternoon, a festival official announced, “There are a hell of a lot of us here. If we are going to make it, you had better remember that the guy next to you is your brother.” Everybody remembered. Woodstock made it”
1963 Ford Thunderbird Road Test
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Two Beatles Fans photographed while watching the Beatles LIVE in Washington in 1964.