In Woodstock Vision, Elliott presents an intimate look at some of the greatest music legends of the Sixties, at home and in concert, and the antiwar movement that forever changed the world—it is a true celebration of a time that not only continues to inspire but has been embraced by a younger generation as well.
Included are nearly 300 of Elliott’s classic photographs that helped define the Woodstock Era with intimate images of some of the greatest music legends of the Sixties at home and in concert. In addition, this edition features a 90-page 1969 Woodstock Festival section which captures and preserves the true vision and spirituality of the Festival and the time. It contains personal first-hand accounts from the producers, builders, hippies and straights that describe the spirituality, the trials and tribulations, and the sheer joy of being there. It is a truly celebration of a time that continues to inspire and has been embraced by succeeding generations.