Remembering the Phenomenon Called Woodstock

Graham's lament over the devirginization of rock 'n' roll was heart-wrenching. No doubt Graham cried bitter tears as he packed them in at the Cow Palace during the '70s and early '80s.

Woodstock didn't change rock music from an art form into a corporate industry: The promoters did.

NICOLE DILLENBERG

Glendale

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