Day 3 Woodstock Music and Art Fair

Day 3 Woodstock Music and Art Fair

Day 3 Woodstock Music and Art Fair

Sunday 17 August 1969

Day 3 Woodstock Music and Art Fair

Good morning, campers

     It had been some 20 hours. We had taken off with Quill landed with the Airplane.

     We were hungry. Tired. Worried whether locals towed our car away. Amazed that there were so many of Us.

     What would Sunday hold?

Day 3 Woodstock Music and Art Fair

Max Yasgur

     I don't think we knew the name until then, but after we heard him we'd never forget it. 

     I’m a farmer…(interrupted by a cheer from the audience)…
I don’t know how to speak to twenty people at one time, let alone a crowd like this. But I think you people have proven something to the world — not only to the Town of Bethel, or Sullivan County, or New York State; you’ve proven something to the world. This is the largest group of people ever assembled in one place. We have had no idea that there would be this size group, and because of that you’ve had quite a few inconveniences as far as water, food, and so forth. Your producers have done a mammoth job to see that you’re taken care of… they’d enjoy a vote of thanks. But above that, the important thing that you’ve proven to the world is that a half a million kids — and I call you kids because I have children that are older than you are — a half million young people can get together and have three days of fun and music and have nothing but fun and music, and I – God Bless You for it!”

     Thank you Max Yasgur for giving us a place to listen to our music with our fellow travelers. 

Joe Cocker

     Joe Cocker and the Grease Band started at 2 pm; played for approx  60 minutes.
  • Joe Cocker: vocals
  • Chris Stainton: keyboards
  • Henry McCullough: guitar
  • Alan Spencer: bass
  • Bruce Rowlands: drums
  • Bobby Torres: congas
Set List:
  • Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring (w/out Joe Cocker)
  • 40,000 Headmen (w/out Joe Cocker)
  • Dear Landlord
  • Something’s Coming On
  • Do I Still Figure in Your Life
  • Feelin’ Alright
  • Just Like a Woman
  • Let’s Go Get Stoned
  • I Don’t Need No Doctor
  • I Shall Be Released
  • Hitchcock Railway
  • Something to Say
  • With a Little Help from My Friends

The rain storm!

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Country Joe and the Fish

     Country Joe and the Fish, after the rain delay, started at 6.30 pm; played for approx 80 minutes.
Country Joe McDonald: guitar, vocals
Barry “the Fish” Melton: guitar
Mark Kapner: keyboards
Doug Metzner: bass
Greg “Duke” Dewey: drums
Set list:
  • Rock & Soul Music
  • (Thing Called) Love
  • Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine
  • Sing, Sing, Sing
  • Summer Dresses
  • Friend, Lover, Woman, Wife
  • Silver and Gold
  • Maria
  • The Love Machine
  • Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me (I’m a Nut)
  • Short Jam (instrumental)
  • Crystal Blues
  • Rock & Soul Music (Reprise)
  • “Fish” Cheer > I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag

Ten Years After

        Ten Years After started at 8.15 pm; played for approx 60 minutes.
Alvin Lee: guitar, vocals
Chick Churchill: keyboards
Leo Lyons: bass
Ric Lee: drum
Set list:

 

  • Spoonful
  • Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
  • Hobbit
  • I Can’t Keep from Crying Sometimes
  • Help Me
  • I’m Going Home

The Band

     The Band started at 10 pm, played for 50 minutes
Robbie Robertson: guitar, vocals
Garth Hudson: organ, keyboard, saxophone
Richard Manuel: piano
Rick Danko: bass, vocals
Levon Helm: drums, mandolin
Set list:
  • Chest Fever
  • Don’t Do It
  • Tears of Rage
  • We Can Talk
  • Long Black Veil
  • Don’t You Tell Henry
  • Ain’t No More Cane on the Brazos
  • This Wheel’s on Fire
  • I Shall Be Released
  • The Weight
  • Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever

Johnny Winter

     Johnny Winter started at midnight; played for 65 minutes.
Johnny Winter: vocals, guitar
Edgar Winter: keyboards
Tommy Shannon: bass
“Uncle” John Turner: drums
Set list:
  • Mama, Talk to Your Daughter
  • Leland Mississippi Blues
  • Mean Town Blues
  • You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now > Mean Mistreater
  • I Can’t Stand It (with Edgar Winter)
  • Tobacco Road (with Edgar Winter)
  • Tell the Truth (with Edgar Winter)
  • Johnny B. Goode

 Blood, Sweat and Tears

     Blood, Sweat and Tears started at 1.30 am; played for approx 60 minutes.
David Clayton-Thomas: vocals, guitar
Steve Katz: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Dick Halligan: keyboards, trombone, flute
Jerry Hyman: trombone
Fred Lipsius: alto sax, piano
Lew Soloff: trumpet, flugelhorn
Chuck Winfield: trumpet, flugelhorn
Jim Fielder: bass
Bobby Colomby: drums
Set list:
  • More and More
  • Just One Smile
  • Something’s Coming on
  • More Than You’ll Ever Know
  • Spinning Wheel
  • Sometimes in Winter
  • Smiling Phases
  • God Bless the Child
  • I Stand Accused (???)
  • And When I Die
  • You’ve Made Me So Very Happy

Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young

     Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young started at 3.00 am; played for 60 minutes.
David Crosby: guitar, vocals
Stephen Stills: guitar, vocals
Graham Nash: guitar, vocals
Neil Young: guitar, vocals (from middle of acoustic set}
Greg Reeves: bass
Dallas Taylor: drums
Set list:
Acoustic Set  

  • Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
  • Blackbird
  • Helplessly Hoping
  • Guinnevere
  • Marrakesh Express
  • 4 + 20
  • Mr. Soul
  • I’m Wonderin’
  • You Don’t Have to Cry
Electric Set  

  • Pre-Road Downs
  • Long Time Gone
  • Bluebird
  • Sea of Madness
  • Wooden Ships

Acoustic Encores  

  • Find the Cost of Freedom
  • 49 Bye-Byes

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

     The Paul Butterfield Blues Band started at 6 am; played for 45 minutes.
Paul Butterfield: harmonica, vocals
Buzzy Feiten: guitar
Steve Madaio: trumpet
Keith Johnson: trumpet
Gene Dinwiddie: tenor saxophone
David Sanborn: alto saxophone
Trevor Lawrence: baritone saxophone
Teddy Harris: piano
Rod Hicks: bass
Phillip Wilson: drums
Set list:
  • Born Under a Bad Sign
  • No Amount of Loving
  • Driftin’ and Driftin’
  • Morning Sunrise
  • All in a Day
  • Love March
  • Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

Sha Na Na

      Sha Na Na started at 7:30 am; played for 30 minutes.
Donald “Donny” York: vocals
Rob Leonard: vocals
Alan Cooper: vocals
Frederick “Dennis” Greene: vocals
Dave Garrett: vocals
Richard “Richie” Joffe: vocals
Scott Powell: vocalsJoe Witkin: keyboards
Henry Gross: guitar
Elliot Cahn: rhythm guitar
Bruce Clarke III: bass guitar
Jocko Marcellino: drums
Set list:
  • Get A Job
  • Come Go With Me
  • Silhuettes
  • Teen Angel
  • Her Latest Flame
  • Wipe Out
  • (Who Wrote) The Book of Love
  • Little Darling
  • At The Hop
  • Duke Of Earl
  • Get A Job (Reprise)

Jimi Hendrix Gypsy Sun & Rainbows

      Jimi Hendrix started at 9 am Monday 18 August; played for 130 minutes.
Jimi Hendrix: guitar, vocals
Larry Lee: rhythm guitar
Billy Cox: bass
Juma Sultan: percussion
Gerardo “Jerry” Velez: congas
Mitch Mitchell: drums
Set list:
  • Introduction
  • Message to Love
  • Hear My Train a-Comin’ (Getting My Heart Back Together Again)
  • Spanish Castle Magic
  • Red House
  • Mastermind (Larry Lee)*
  • Foxy Lady
  • Jam Back at the House (Beginnings)
  • Izabella
  • Gypsy Woman/Aware of Love (Larry Lee)*
  • Fire
  • Lover Man
  • Voodoo Child (Slight Return)/Stepping Stone
  • Star Spangled Banner
  • Purple Haze
  • Woodstock Improvisation
  • Villanova Junction

Encore

  • Hey Joe

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