Welcome to Billbeau's online Woodstock
music store. You can check out your favorite Woodstock era artists and buy
any other their albums (I've listed my favorites) or search for something
totally different. Whatever you choose to buy, you'll be getting great music
at great prices! It's Groovy, Baby!!
Carlos Santana is one of the seminal artists
of what became an entire genre of music - latin/jazz/rock fusion. His style
of guitar is unique, and has been copied by many of the best players. The
Santana performance at the original Woodstock Festival remains one of the
most recognized images from that incredible weekend in 1969.
Whether you love his music or not, you
have to agree that Hendrix was unargueably a musical genius. He created ways
to use the guitar musically that no one else had ever dreamed of before.
He experimented with not only the sounds and rhythms, but with our very
perceptions of music, and started us on an aural journey we're still only
"Jimi Hendrix Experience" Website
Stills & Nash
David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham
Nash were each already individually successful in the music world before
they came together shortly before the Woodstock Festival. Crosby had been
with "The Byrds", Stills with "Buffalo Springfield" and Nash with "The Hollies".
The resulting trio, however, sounded like none of its predecessors and was
characterized by a unique vocal blend and a musical approach that ranged
from acoustic folk to melodic pop to hard rock. CSN's debut album, released
in 1969, was perfectly in tune with the times, and the group was an instant
Crosby, Stills & Nash Website
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
With one of the most timeless and unequivocal
voices in popular music, Richie Havens has truly been a gift to the world
for over three decades. His fiery, poignant, always soulful singing style
has remained unique and ageless since he first emerged from the Greenwich
Village folk scene in the early 1960's. For Richie Havens, music-making is
a continuous process. Through it all, his voice has remained one of rare
eloquence and integrity. As he told the Denver Post in a May '93 interview,
"I really sing songs that move me. I'm not in show business and never was.
I'm in the communications business. That's what it's about for me."
Official Richie Havens Website
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