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Woodstock at 40: A Long, Strange Trip

With all the off-stage antics — free love, full frontal, mud baths — it’s easy to forget that Woodstock was first and foremost a concert.

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Dazed and Confused: Among the admittedly “affected” performances: Arlo Guthrie copped to being drunk and high (see page 6); Carlos Santana was tripping on mescaline; Janis Joplin reportedly spent the 10-hour wait leading up to her performance shooting heroin, and the Grateful Dead were so stoned during their rambling, incoherent set, which included a 50-minute version of “Turn on Your Love Light,” they put the crowd to sleep.

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