Into the Groovy #33 - "Woodstock"
April 19, 2016 4:18pm CST
It's time for Into the Groovy to reach back from the 1980's to the 70's. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (well, sometimes Young) are a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame supergroup with a slew of classic tunes on their resume. Their 1970 #1 album, Deja Vu, is littered with classic songs, including my favorite, their version of Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock"(#11 on the Billboard Hot 100.) There is a lot to like about the foursome's version. Neil Young's psychedelic guitar play is superb, as are the vocals, both solo and harmony (but you already know how great these guys sing together, don't you? Don't you?) What makes it so Groovy, you ask? Well, has anything ever been Groovier than Woodstock?
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