They came for the concert of their lives, but most experienced something far more profound.
In August 1969, nearly half a million people gathered at a farm in upstate New York to hear music. What happened over the next three days, however, was far more than a concert.
Five weeks before the festival, Max Yasgur, a dairy farmer agreed to host Woodstock on his property.
Bill Hanley made the 1969 Woodstock Festival sound system and the resulting recording that forever shaped our collective memory of this generation-defining concert.