Ten Years After - first standalone release of 'Woodstock 1969'

Ten Years After – first standalone release of ‘Woodstock 1969’

TEN YEARS AFTER

FIRST STANDALONE RELEASE OF WOODSTOCK 1969

AVAILABLE AS 2LP, 180G BACK VINYL, IN A GATEFOLD SLEEVE
AND A 1-DISC DIGISLEEVE CD WITH AN EIGHT-PAGE BOOKLET FEATURING NEW SLEEVENOTES BY CHRIS WELCH

IT IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS AN INDIE STORE EXCLUSIVE AS A TIE DYE COLOURED VINYL 2LP SET

Out 16 August
Buy link:  https://TenYearsAfter.lnk.to/woodstock69

Recorded on the evening of Sunday 17th August, 1969 at the legendary three-day Woodstock Festival in upstate New York, up until this point, this was Ten Years After’s biggest live triumph.

With a 500,000 strong audience, the festival was a landmark moment in musical history, featuring Jimi Hendrix, Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Who, Joe Cocker, Jefferson Airplane, Sly & The Family Stone and many more.

Ten Years After played an extraordinary set, including a blistering performance of the anthemic ‘I’m Going Home’, which became a highlight of the award-winning documentary movie Woodstock: 3 Days Of Peace And Music.

This new release marks the first standalone release of the performance, newly restored and featuring fresh mixes from the original 2” multitrack tapes, with new liner notes by Chris Welch.

The album is presented as a 2LP, 180gm black heavyweight vinyl in a gatefold sleeve and a one-disc digisleeve CD. Both formats feature new sleevenotes by Chris Welch.

There is also an Indie Store Exclusive 2LP set on Tie Dye coloured vinyl:

Tracklisting:

Side 1:
1. Spoonful (7:40)
2. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [False Start] (3:15)
3. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (7:06)

Side 2:
1. The Hobbit (8:01)
2. I Can’t Keep From Crying Sometimes (18:01)

Side 3:
1. Help Me (19:32)

Side 4:
1. I’m Going Home (9:44)