[Harp-L] Re: Woodstock/harp
There's some Butterfield songs too aren't there? Can you say which ones
and how good the audio/video are?
I think I saw something about there being some Canned Heat on the Target
Patrick Lines wrote:
I have the Amazon edition because I wanted the added Canned Heat
songs. I haven't watched the main feature yet, but on the added
material the only other harp content I can find is John Fogarty on "
Keep on Chooglin".
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What edition do you have? I was very interested in this after reading
your post Patrick. But it appears that Amazon, Target and maybe
others have their *own* special collectors ultimate blah editions
with different songs on them. what a mess and pita this is.
and to top it off, they re-recorded and overdubbed some of the
performances with new stuff!! some say this is "fixing problems" but
I say it's "BS" because now i'm listening to some music that was
played in 2008, not 1969 and being heard over a visual of musicians
supposedly playing that music. wth is up with that, unbelievable. and
this was done by the original audio engineer who was there that day
but still, anyone who can fill us in on the harp content of various
editions would be great. aside from canned heat, any other harp
that's in the new editions, such as any in CCR's set or others?
Patrick Lines wrote:
Okay, well I bought the ultimate collector's edition of Woodstock
because I was interested in the additional footage that hadn't been
available before. In particular Canned Heat, Butterfield and
Creedance. I was not disappointed.
Canned Heat does, " I'm her man" and Alan Wilson is phenomenal. At
first I thought he was playing a chromatic, but it's a red comb
Hohner something? My big question is about his microphone. It looks
like it might be a 545 stick but he has a large control taped to it.
At first I thought it was a volume control but when he fiddles with
it, it sounds like there is a tone change backup by the fact that at
one point it seems like there are multiple cables coming out the
end. Anybody have a clue?
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