2 edition of The Woodstock story book found in the catalog.
The Woodstock story book
Linanne G. Sackett
|Other titles||Woodstock storybook|
|Statement||by Linanne G. Sackett ; photographs by Barry Z Levine ; art direction and design, Linanne G. Sackett ; text, Linanne G. Sackett & Barry Z Levine.|
|Contributions||Levine, Barry Z.|
|LC Classifications||ML38.B43 W64 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||2008911070|
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The Woodstock Story Book by Linanne G. Sackett and Barry Z. Levine is much more than photographs of the infamous peace concert called Woodstock. It's a chronicle of the festival from its inception to its completion/5(12).
“The Woodstock Story eBook” brings the hard-cover coffee table book to life with hundreds of active links to the celebrities, their lives, stories and music. Now you can be virtually there, to share this piece of American history and to preserve it with your own collectible copy.
The Woodstock Story Book: 50th Anniversary Collectible With Hundreds of Color Photos and Active links to Celebrities - their lives, stories and music by Linanne G. Sackett and Barry Z Levine (Goodreads Author),4/5.
Taking Woodstock: A True Story of a Riot, a Concert, and a Life by Elliot Tiber with Tom Monte. This memoir offers another backstage look at the Woodstock music festival, making it a valuable gem as books about Woodstock : Abby Hargreaves.
The Woodstock Story Book. NOW, our newest baby is here. The Woodstock Story Book was the The Woodstock story book book of Linanne’s fertile imagination and belief in me.
From the very first time she learned that I was the still photographer on the Academy Award winning film, Woodstock, and from the first time she laid eyes on my slides, she insisted that I had enough images, and a wide enough range of images, to do a book. Now you can get pretty well all the music from Woodstock, and this book is the essential guide to those performances.
In appearance order, with stories and anecdotes, the combination of the music and the book is probably better than it was to be there, unless you prioritise atmosphere over enjoyment/5(18).
The Woodstock Story Book. likes. “An incredible all-access pass to the music and art fair that came to be known solely as Woodstock the author’s have Followers: However, to read the story behind the scenes of Woodstock, from concept through fruition and beyond, through the eyes of one who was central to production is priceless.
This is a story only Michael could tell with anecdotes skillfully This book provides a magnificent insight into how Woodstock came about/5.
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The Woodstock Story Book is a fascinating memoir of a moment in history. Levine was a photographer at Woodstock, and shares a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic music festival. It's clear that Woodstock has a special place in the Levine's heart /5. The Woodstock Story for Kids’ by Abigail Yasgur and Joseph Lipner, and ‘Taking Woodstock: The True Story of a Riot, A Concert, and a Life’.
Each Woodstock book appeals to a certain aspect of the festival and is told from a different perspective. The Woodstock Story eBookbrings the hard cover to life with more pages, more photos and active links to the celebrities, their lives and their music.
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The Woodstock Story Book. By Barry Z Levine and Linanne G. Sackett. pages. For three days in the summer of, people spontaneously gathered like no others had before or since then, bringing together peace, love, aromatic smoke and the sounds of the greatest rock 'n' roll show in history.
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This is unheard of. It is obvious to Apple, the most successful digital content provider in the World, that this book is a must have. "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.
the woodstock story book Linanne G. Sackett, photos by B.Z. Levine Features nearly color photographs, many never before seen, capturing the performers, personalities, audience, excitement and action of this historic event. Max Said Yes. The Woodstock Story is a children's picture book that delightfully relates the tale of how 3 days of peace and music came to be at a dairy farm in Bethel NY in August This 32 page book is meant to be read aloud to children (3 - 8 yrs.) Lush, colorful illustrations.
The Woodstock Story Book is a must for anyone who was at Woodstock, wishes they had been, or just wanted a bird's eye view at the greatest historical event of the s. Author Rogerio de Almeida Nogueira wanted to 'give the Woodstock Festival a comic book look to it, so kids can see today what their grandparents did for fun in the summer of '.
This may be a children's book and they love the colorful images but. Dylan supposedly lived in or near Woodstock, an artsy sylvan village. It was on account of Dylan’s glamour that the promoters tried to mount the festival in. The Woodstock Story Book is a must for anyone who was at Woodstock, wishes they had gone, or just wanted a bird's eye view at the greatest historical event of the s.
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A dazzling visual homage to a music icon gone too : Linanne G. Sackett. The Woodstock Story Book by Linanne G. Sackett and Barry Z. Levine is much more than photographs of the infamous peace concert called Woodstock. It's a chronicle of the festival from its inception to its completion/5(13).
The Woodstock Story Book is a must for anyone who was at Woodstock, wishes they had been, or just wanted a bird's eye view at the greatest historical event of the s.
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The Woodstock Story, by Abigail Yasgur and Joseph Lipner with illustrations by Barbara Mendes (Change the Universe Press, $). The 32 colorful pages explain the Woodstock aura to the next. I really enjoyed looking through the coffee table book, The Woodstock Story Book by Linanne G.
Sackett, and reminiscing about those days and the music back then. The book is approximately 11 inches square and contains almost color photographs (taken by Barry Z.
Levine) and a poem about Woodstock. The Woodstock Story Book by Linanne G. Sackett and Barry Z. Levine is much more than photographs of the infamous peace concert called Woodstock. It's a chronicle of the festival from its inception to its completion/5.
I have always been fascinated with Woodstock, the music, the many stories/dramas from the event. This book contains many great photos that seems to effectively capture the essense of the weekend's events. I am pleased with my purchase of this book/5(21).
The Woodstock Story" is an illustrated kid's book that tells the story of Max Yasgur who made his mark on rock and roll history when he said "Yes" to the three days of peace, love and music that.
THE WOODSTOCK STORY BOOK has awesome color photos of Hendrix, Joplin, Garcia, the Who, Cocker, Jefferson Airplane, Baez, The Band, Sly Stone, John Sebastian, Ten Years After, The Incredible String Band, Tim Hardin, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
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Schulz. Taking Woodstock: A True Story of a Riot, a Concert and a Life is a memoir describing the origins of the Woodstock Festival by Elliot Tiber with Tom Monte. It was published in by Square One Publishers, Inc., and was adapted into a movie of the same name by James Schamus, Ang Lee's long time writing/producing was released in August Experience Woodstock like never before with the much anticipated memoirs of Woodstock co-creator Artie Kornfeld.
This book is a look into the greatest music festival of all time as well as the notorious rock culture of the ’s. Artie’s new memoirs, The Pied Piper of Woodstock, is available at the Woodstock Story Book Store. Our infamous Story Slam will once again open the Festival, on Thursday night, Ma Catch the flavor of last year’s stories here.
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This wonderful book was a decade in the making, It contains, in one volume, the quintessential photographs of the Woodstock Festival combined with the story as narrated by Michael Lang, the man. The greatest Woodstock Story.
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