Creedence Clearwater Revival’s complete Woodstock performance will go on sale this summer.
The hour-long set began just after midnight on August 17th, 1969 and includes "Proud Mary," "Bad Moon Rising" and "Green River." Creedence took the stage later than planned, following The Grateful Dead, who ran long.
CCR declined to be included in the Woodstock documentary, which created the impression that, despite being top-billed at the festival, they weren't at Woodstock.
Live at Woodstock will be released August 2nd, just two weeks before the event's 50th anniversary.
Fans can preview the album with a digital single, “Born on the Bayou,” available on iTunes and streaming services today (Tuesday).
CCR's Stu Cook on what Woodstock was and wasn't:
CCR's Stu Cook on the Woodstock crowds and the subsequent movie -- which will be re-released during 2019: