In July 1969 Americans blasted off and landed on the Moon, and about three weeks later they colonized Max Yasgur‘s hog farm outside Bethel NY. Over half a million attended both events. They were both were very loud and lasted several days, but one had a lot of mud. Only one involved sex and drugs (that we know of). Both grand experiments defined the 20th century and changed the course of history. Here’s part two of the Woodstock 50th anniversary as told by the musicians who were there performing, including Robbie Robertson of The Band, David Crosby and Graham Nash, and the late Joe Cocker, plus Jimi Hendrix recording engineer Eddie Kramer who recorded every Woodstock performance over the three and a half days as well as Hendrix biographer/ archive producer John McDermott. –Redbeard