1975 Atlasta Records compilation
JACKET - VG+, it’s basically a generic jacket with a paper cover that isn’t attached
VINYL - Strong VG, light marks
|A1||–Unknown Artist||Stage Announcements|
|A2||–Ted Nugent, The Amboy Dukes||Ted's Fittest Licks|
|A3||–B.B. King||The Thrill Is Gone|
|A4||–The Paul Butterfield Blues Band||Born Under A Bad Sign|
|B1||–Country Joe McDonald||The Fish Cheer|
|B2||–Country Joe And The Fish||Barry's Caviar Jam|
|B3||–Country Joe And The Fish||Not So Sweet Martha Loraine|
|B4||–Canned Heat||Let's Work Together|
|B5||–Canned Heat||Too Many Drivers|
|B6||–Sha Na Na||Na Na Theme|
|B7||–Sha Na Na||Yakety Yak|
|B8||–Sha Na Na||Teen Angel|
|B9||–Sha Na Na||Jailhouse Rock|
|B10||–Sha Na Na||Na Na Theme|
|B11.||–Unknown Artist||Closing Stage Announcements9p/aew|
Although this was marketed as "Woodstock Nation", it was actually recorded at The Kickapoo Creek Rock Festival held on L. David Lewis' farm in Heyworth, Illinois. The dates were May 30-31,1970, Memorial Day weekend. Attendance peaked at 50,000 - 60,000.
Ted Nugent & B. B. King did not play at Woodstock.
On front cover:
Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes are listed as "The Dukes"
B. B. King is listed as "B. B."
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band is listed as "Butterfield B.B."
Country Joe & The Fish are listed as "The Fish"
On track B1, the audience is joining Country Joe McDonald in his famous "Fish Cheer".