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Woodstock at 40 in Second Life Day 4


  
Woodstock at 40 in Second Life Day 4
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    for more information see www.slwoodstock.com. Woodstock at 40 is a 4-day celebration of the original event in 1969, from August 14 - August 17 2009. Over 90% of the original music will be played in the Blue Nile region of ...
    for more information see www.slwoodstock.com. Woodstock at 40 is a 4-day celebration of the original event in 1969, from August 14 - August 17 2009. Over 90% of the original music will be played in the Blue Nile region of the Virtual World of Second Life. Photographer Eddi Haskell created this photo montage of the fourth day, the final evening of the performance, combining his photography with jimi Hendrix's legendary performance of the Star Spangled Banner. Please note: Although this is day 4 of the Festival in the Virtual World of Second Life, it corresponds to the second full day at Woodstock 1969 on Sunday.(more)
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