The Story Behind an Iconic Woodstock Photo

In hippie scene, music, Thats Old School, U.S History on July 11, 2009 by Editor Z

This coming August will mark four decades since the incredible event that captured the imagination of a generation and the amazement of everyone The Woodstock music and arts festival in Bethel New York.

The New York Daily News had a piece this week on Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, the two lovers standing wrapped in a blanket in the famous photo that appeared on the cover of the event’s record album In it, they reveal their memories of the event, why they believe the photo was chosen and became such an iconic image, and what they are doing now.

Related Items: Also affixed to the orginal print version of the article, is a litany of websites, books, literature, dvds, films, and of course albums to soak up some of what Woodstock had to offer for three days in that sleepy New York town.



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