OK, I admit it — the closest I have gotten to Woodstock is being the daughter of an attendee. Luckily, neither my parents nor I have suffered from the blue acid.

The famed 500,000-fan three-day festival is 35 years past, making now the perfect time for a commemorative mix tape. Side A pays tribute to the rockers and rollers who played at Woodstock; Side B is a conglomeration of current musicians who groove in the same traditions and spirit.

 

1. The Star-Spangled Banner — Jimi Hendrix

2. Proud Mary — Creedence Clearwater Revival

3. The Weight — The Band

4. Freedom — Richie Havens

5. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes — Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

6. Raise Your Hand — Janis Joplin

7. We Shall Overcome — Joan Baez

8. My Generation — The Who

9. Dance to the Music — Sly & the Family Stone

10. Dark Star/ High Time — Grateful Dead

Side B

1. Shakedown Street — The Dead

2. Golgi Apparatus — Phish

3. How Many Miles Must We March — Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals

4. White America — Eminem

5. Almost Perfect — Ingram Hill

6. Music — Ekoostik Hookah

7. Bombs Over Baghdad — Outkast

8. Californication — Red Hot Chili Peppers

9. Pressing My Way — Robert Randolph & the Family Band

10. Tripping Billies — Dave Matthews Band

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