Previous Woodstock collections, starting with the original 1970 triple LP and continuing through a 2009 multi-disc box, cherry-picked select songs (or didn’t include certain acts altogether). By comparison, Woodstock 50, to be released by Rhino, has it all: every act and 432 songs, 267 of which have never been officially released before, for a total of nearly 36 hours of recordings, along with crowd announcements (“Somebody somewhere is giving out some flat blue acid,” “Please meet Harold at the stand with the blood pills”) and other sonic memorabilia from the festival.
And here's the ine-up
Keef Hartley! ISB! Two discs of Canned Heat! Ten and a half minute version of "Keep On Choogliin"! Two versions of "Wooden Ships"!
Sadly, we don't get to choose individual discs.