The 46th Anniversary of the Woodstock Soundtrack Album

46 years ago, on May 11th, 1970, The triple-soundtrack album Woodstock is released. Woodstock went gold in only two weeks. Tonight, we celebrate some of the best-remembered artists from the album.

#10: Black Magic Woman by Santana

#9: Born In Chicago by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

#8: And When I Die by Blood, Sweat, and Tears

#7: The City of New Orleans by Arlo Guthrie

#6: The Letter by Joe Cocker

#5: Today by Jefferson Airplane

#4: Maybe by Janis Joplin

#3: Summertime Blues by The Who

#2: High Flyin' Bird by Richie Havens

#1: Red House by Jimi Hendrix

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