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Woodstock Diaries
Woodstock Diaries dvd cover.jpg
Cover of the Woodstock Diaries DVD
Directed by Chris Hegedus, Erez Laufer, D.A. Pennebaker
Released 1994 (TV)
Running Time 173 min.

Woodstock Diaries (also called Woodstock Diary) was originally broadcasted on U.S. TV in August 1994 - in honor of the 25th anniversary of the event. Later it was released on DVD with remastered 5.1 sound. It includes performances not shown in the Woodstock movie but not exclusively. Between the songs there are recent interviews with producers of Woodstock Joel Rosenman, John Roberts, Michael Lang, the stage announcer Wavy Gravy and Lisa Law (a member of the Hog Farm who helped out at the festival[1]).

DVD Content[]

All material is contained on a single DVD split into three parts. Each day has its own part with the same opening and ending credits and is about one hour long. This is the tracklist of each part:

Part 1
# Title Artist
1. "Interviews" Various
2. "I Can't Make It Anymore" Richie Havens
3. "Freedom" Richie Havens
4. """Fish" Cheer > I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-To-Die Rag" Country Joe McDonald
5. "Rainbows All Over Your Blues" John B. Sebastian
6. "When You Find Out Who You Are" (very short segment) The Incredible String Band
7. "Jennifer" Bert Sommer
8. "I Shall Be Released" (audio only, footage of people at the festival site) Joe Cocker
9. "If I Were a Carpenter" Tim Hardin
10. "Rāga Puriya-Dhanashri (Gat In Sawarital)" (evening rāga) Ravi Shankar
11. "Walkin' Down The Line" Arlo Guthrie
12. "Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man" Joan Baez
13. "Sweet Sir Galahad" (fades into credits) Joan Baez

Part 2
# Title Artist
1. "Waiting For You" Quill
2. "Soul Sacrifice" Santana
3. "Woodstock Boogie" Canned Heat
4. "Southbound Train" Mountain
5. "Love City" Sly & The Family Stone
6. "Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)" Janis Joplin
7. "Ball and Chain" Janis Joplin
8. "My Generation" The Who
9. "Somebody To Love" Jefferson Airplane
10. "White Rabbit" Jefferson Airplane

Part 3
# Title Artist
1. "Let's Go Get Stoned" Joe Cocker
2. "A Storm" (recordings of the storm that rages over Woodstock and the crowd in the rain) Various
3. "Thing Called Love" Country Joe & The Fish
4. "I'm Going Home" Ten Years After
5. "The Weight" The Band
6. "Mean Town Blues" Johnny Winter
7. "Black Bird" Crosby, Stills & Nash
8. "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" Paul Butterfield Blues Band
9. "Duke Of Earl" Sha Na Na
10. "Star Spangled Banner" Jimi Hendrix
11. "Woodstock Improvisation" Jimi Hendrix
12. "Villanova Junction" Jimi Hendrix


  1. Woodstock69 - Lisa Law