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This is the extraordinary, behind-the-scenes tale of how Woodstock went from a pipe dream to the most iconic rock concert of all time. Elliot Tiber, then known as Eliyahu Teichberg, was a budding painter in the 1960s. He also happened to be head of his local chamber of commerce - and owner of the yearly permit to hold summer music concerts. The rest, as they say, is history.
©2007 Elliot Tiber and Tom Monte; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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Wow This Audiobook Blew My Mind

This is the most interesting and entertaining audiobook I ever bought. It tells about all the behind the scenes drama that occurring during the planning of Woodstock Music and Arts Festival. The author was right in the middle of the "storm" and made it very visual and rather humorous at times. Very hip and groovy. Wish I could have been there in 1969.

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