Saturday, April 28, 2012

In August 1969, a few days after the band headlined at a free concert in New York's Central Park, they performed in what Grace Slick called an early "morning maniac music" slot at the Woodstock festival, for which the group was joined by noted British session keyboard player Nicky Hopkins. When interviewed about Woodstock by Jeff Tamarkin in 1992, Paul Kantner still recalled it with fondness, whereas Grace Slick and Spencer Dryden had less than rosy memories. W


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Grace Slick, Lou Reed and the whole drug culture thing they rode in on, totally sucks.

Roy Bauer said...

Yes, 11:18, the world is a better place for having heard your merest of opinions, sans reasons or sense. Go away. Stay away.

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Anonymous said...

What's ironic is all those Laurel Canyon brats all had parents who were the very establishment they were protesting through their songs.

Roy Bauer said...

"Their songs sucked" is not an argument, my friend. Please opine elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Can you name a "Laurel Canyon Brat" and connect him/her to a parent? One will do and then we may consider you as a person with a functioning brain.