Peace, love, and LSD: Woodstock by those who were there

Peace, love, and LSD: Woodstock by those who were there

"I saw my first naked man at Woodstock." From rock legends like Graham Nash to teenagers who ran away from home to attend it, the 1969 Woodstock rock concert lives on in the words of the people who experienced it firsthand.
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