26 March, 2022

R.I.P. Curly! or, Jewstock

Posted by Socrates in counterculture, jewed culture, jewed music, rock music, rock music industry, Sixties, Woodstock at 11:58 am | Permanent Link

Did Jews produce the Woodstock rock concert in 1969? Of course they did. And every other huge rock concert since then. Jews are always behind big things: Hollywood, the 1929 stock-market crash, WWII, the 2003 Iraq War. Jews never think small [1].

There are some funny stories about Woodstock. It was held on the farm of a Jew (of course) named Max Yasgur. His neighbors were angry with Yasgur ever since, because the huge crowd of concert-goers caused much damage to the whole area. Grass and bushes were trampled, piles of trash were everywhere, milk had to be thrown out since the trucks couldn’t get in, etc., etc. It was a giant mess.

Lang was one of four producers of the Woodstock festival. He had curly hair back then.

“Michael Lang, the concert impresario who helped conceive the landmark, generation-defining 1969 music festival Woodstock, died Saturday night at Sloan Kettering hospital in New York. He was 77.”

[Obituary; just learned of his death last night]. (I smiled when I learned that Lang was formerly a “head shop” owner. Of course! Jews built the 1960s hippie/counterculture movement, e.g., Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Paul Krassner, Phil Ochs).


[1] More about Woodstock: [Here]. There was one good thing to come out of the Woodstock concert: the Santana instrumental song “Soul Sacrifice” with the great, old-school drum solo with rim beats: [Here; it begins at 2:48]; sadly for us, the Santana band is very multicultural — in fact, it’s probably the most multicultural band in rock music].

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