woodstock.25: Psychedelic Trivia, if your brain isn't to fried to remember. woodstock.25.0: Texas Chainsaw Jazz and Blues (cooljazz) Thu 11 Aug 94 16:38 OK head trippers. What was psychedelic. Was it a state of mind? Was it really part of the aquarian revolution? Was it just drug induced? What was aquarius? Enquiring minds want to know. woodstock.25.1: perfection is the scourge of psychological health (paris) Thu 11 Aug 94 17:04 it had a helluva lot to do with drugs for *me*... lots of hash. opiated, mainly. lots of acid. lots of pot. some speed. better living through chemistry.
woodstock.25.2: Texas Chainsaw Jazz and Blues (cooljazz) Thu 11 Aug 94 17:51 Chemistry. My favorite pasttime. And REEFER MADNESS!!!!!!!1 woodstock.25.3: Jennifer Powell (jnfr) Thu 11 Aug 94 18:03 hash...yes, some of hte opiated variety. lots and lots and LOTS of plain old marijuana. LSD in various colors, some pills and some on papers. 'Shrooms enough to make anyone puke for a while. Hell, we even did those weird little seeds you had to file off the stricknyne from the outside. What can I say? I loved it all. woodstock.25.4: perfection is the scourge of psychological health (paris) Thu 11 Aug 94 18:20 and *music* of course.... woodstock.25.5: yes! (wstock3) Thu 11 Aug 94 18:28 yes, on papers and liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiqquid! woodstock.25.6: Davis McPherson (davism) Thu 11 Aug 94 22:22 mushroooms man we need mushrooms but i'll settle for the opiated hash woodstock.25.7: perfection is the scourge of psychological health (paris) Fri 12 Aug 94 04:35 >but i'll settle for the opiated hash.... yeah. haven't seen any of that stuff for eons... woodstock.25.8: Davis McPherson (davism) Fri 12 Aug 94 06:51 aint that the truth..its gotta be out here somewhere woodstock.25.9: perfection is the scourge of psychological health (paris) Fri 12 Aug 94 07:45 if you find any.... woodstock.25.10: Surreal Field (justride) Fri 12 Aug 94 08:46 woodstock.25.11: we (justride) Fri 12 Aug 94 08:55 woodstock.25.12: Alan Feldstein (fiddle) Fri 12 Aug 94 09:22 There was an article about a band I remember from the sixties, but don't remember playing at Woodstock, in today's LA Times...question: Who was the first BAND to play at Woodstock (after Havens' set)?? woodstock.25.13: we (justride) Fri 12 Aug 94 09:55 Sha Na Na? woodstock.25.14: Nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile (dennisd) Fri 12 Aug 94 11:58 Sweetwater woodstock.25.15: Alan Feldstein (fiddle) Fri 12 Aug 94 13:19 Give that man a prize..I was there and STILL don't remember them playing!! woodstock.25.16: spacer (wstock2) Fri 12 Aug 94 13:51 If you are not at Woodstock right now, you're missing lots of sweat-swapping and odors, however, it has been (so far) a most enjoyable experience. On the bus trip over, we all shared a community joint, (and they said the spirit of `69 could not be re-captured. Wishing you were all here to add to the sweat and spirit. woodstock.25.17: The Next Generation (mglito) Fri 12 Aug 94 14:30 Gosh, the folks *at* Woodstock are lucky; they're entitled to the beauty of the -anonymous post-!!! woodstock.25.18: spike sidel (wstock4) Fri 12 Aug 94 17:57 let's all get naked and have some fun! You guys out there are missing it all! Wish you were here! woodstock.25.19: amell (wstock4) Fri 12 Aug 94 17:59 It's not like Woodstock. It is WOODSTOCK!! woodstock.25.20: Dan Levy (wstock3) Fri 12 Aug 94 22:11 This Woodstock is plenty psychedelic. I've seen pot everywhere, EVERYWHERE! And talk of shrooms and acid. There's been plenty of bitching (wholly justifiable) about the overcrowded camping situation, but otherwise the vibe is perfectly cool here.
See the main Woodstock project page for more
of the backstory.
See the main Woodstock project page for more of the backstory.
Italic footnote comments made February 2001.
Copyright 1994, 2001 The WELL. All rights reserved.