A Woodstock 50th collectible, "The Woodstock Story eBook" brings the original hard-cover coffee table book to life with hundreds of active links to the celebrities, their lives, stories and music. It examines the spirit of Woodstock today, with first-hand observations by Barry Z Levine, Still Photographer on "Woodstock." The film, by Warner Brothers, won an Academy Award for "Best Documentary Film" in 1970 and later in 1996, it was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant." Now you can be virtually there, to share this piece of American history and to preserve it with your own collectible copy. The eBook, written by Linanne G. Sackett, Ph.D. is the most complete compendium for all those who attended Woodstock, for all who wish they could have been there, and for all who want to better understand the impact of the Woodstock Generation in today's parallel world.
Their similar coffee table hard cover version received rave reviews from many individuals and reviewers. ” The authors have created an intimate time capsule... an incredible all-access pass to the music and art fair that came to be known solely as Woodstock...Because Woodstock is told through a collage of photos, song lyrics and rhyming text, it also has a homespun scrapbook vibe, which feels right for recounting a personal communal experience... the peace and love essence of Woodstock rings out loud and clear and like Sly and the Family Stone 'taking them higher' here the authors likewise reach for the sky." -Kirkus Reviews