Aug 13 2013

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Woodstock Documentary: A film by David McDonald. The amazing history of Woodstock prior to 1969

This is a relatively unknown documentary about Woodstock New York. The history of Woodstock as a late 19th and early 20th century haven for artists and musicians is remarkable. Some of America’s most famous artists, actors and musicians lived and worked in Woodstock NY. Few people are aware of the rich history of Woodstock New York. I wasn’t until I saw this documentary. It is true to the people and place and is a remarkable historical document, that displays the incredible history of Woodstock, and why it became the hallmark of artistic excellence by generations throughout the 20th Century, and why it must be preserved and appreciated by all future generations.

L.A. Steel

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  10. L.A. Steel

    It is an honor to be able to display and promote an outstanding documentary like Woodstock Revisited. I hope millions of people get a chance to see it and understand the history and legend of Woodstock. Your documentary opened my eyes to the other dimension of this magical place.
    My Best

  11. David McDonald

    Thanks L.A. for supporting and promoting my work! David McDonald

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