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Woodstock the Festival of the Flower Children has had a huge impact upon the world that we live in now Not only did it cause so much happiness and pain in 1969 but even in todays society there are no signs of it fading away The music of that generation began to fell music as a deeper thing to them it was wild and its wildness freed them from cultural restraints from the everyday strains that are placed on human beings It took them to a point where people were free to be naked in public to talk about having sex to smoke grass openly with friends drop acid have long hair dress anyway they chose to experiment and explore life freely The bands that were scheduled to play at Woodstock and the bands that actually played at the Festival were different There were some minor changes but changes were done non the least For example The Jeff Beck Group were canceled from the Festival Iron Butterfly failed to appear and Its a Beautiful Day was rejected Woodstockcom But some of the more noteworthy bands that did play were Grateful Dead Jimi Hendrix Richie Havens Janis Joplin Santana Sweetwater and The Who Originally the performances were scheduled to go from seven oclock till about midnight the first night of the concert But later as everyone seemed to realize that the people in the crowds werent going to go to sleep after all that no way So the Festival coordinators started running around asking all the bands that already played if they can go back on for a second set Some of the bands were happy to do so but others were concerned They worried because they heard that Woodstock turned into a free festival and that the promoters were going to loose there shirts which both facts were true So some of the bands started coming up to the business managers demanding cash before they
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