Woodstock recreated for fm and internet broadcast

Sep 19, 2018
NJ near Philly
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The woodstock festival started at 5:07 pm, August 15, 1969. There is an fm station near me from the University of Pennsylvania, WXPN which is replaying the whole concert over the air as best as it can be recreated starting this Thursday, August 15 at 5:07 pm through Sunday morning. They also stream over the web so anyone can listen at xpn.org. They write:

To revisit Woodstock as it all went down, XPN will broadcast Woodstock — As It Happened — 50 Years On, a radio exclusive that includes all of the festival’s archived audio, from the music to the stage announcements to the rain delays. Over three days, we’ll play newly reconstructed audio archives of each of Woodstock’s 32 performances, from Richie Havens’ opening set to Jimi Hendrix’s closing one and everything in between, in as close to real time as possible. From Thursday, August 15 at 5:07 p.m. through Sunday morning, tune in to hear the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and so many more — just as they sounded in 1969 during the weekend that would shape a generation.
XPN presents Woodstock - As It Happened - 50 Years On - The Key