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At Woodstock the crowd was chanting "No rain" just before this song started, and the chants segued neatly into the percussion intro to the song.

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Waneebe wrote:
Jimi Hendrix 68’ Fender Strat (not sure of model) The one he played at Woodstock.

As I read this sometime back, and my memory doesn’t grasp new knowledge very well, it’s guess when I say 2 million.
:?: :shock: :?:
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This is correct Paul Allen paid 1.3 million for it


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Waneebe wrote:
At Woodstock the crowd was chanting "No rain" just before this song started, and the chants segued neatly into the percussion intro to the song.


"Soul Sacrifice" by Santana. Oddly enough, the 8-minute movie version is chopped down from the actual performance available on the reissued first Santana CD -- actually 11:39.

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When Sears (or some big-box store) used Eddy Grant's "Electric Avenue," we got to hear the song a few too many times (not his fault).

Name the group he led and the hit record they had in the 60s.

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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
When Sears (or some big-box store) used Eddy Grant's "Electric Avenue," we got to hear the song a few too many times (not his fault).

Name the group he led and the hit record they had in the 60s.

Equal or equalizer sumpin like that

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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
When Sears (or some big-box store) used Eddy Grant's "Electric Avenue," we got to hear the song a few too many times (not his fault).

Name the group he led and the hit record they had in the 60s.



Come back baby

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maestro63 wrote:
tieyourshoes51 wrote:
When Sears (or some big-box store) used Eddy Grant's "Electric Avenue," we got to hear the song a few too many times (not his fault).

Name the group he led and the hit record they had in the 60s.



Come back baby


We'll count that. You're up, maestro63.

The complete answer was: The Equals doing "Baby, Come Back."

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Jensen B Gator wrote:
Waneebe wrote:
Jimi Hendrix 68’ Fender Strat (not sure of model) The one he played at Woodstock.

As I read this sometime back, and my memory doesn’t grasp new knowledge very well, it’s guess when I say 2 million.
:?: :shock: :?:
Image

This is correct Paul Allen paid 1.3 million for it


Hendrix was supposed to appear on the Dick Cavett show on that Monday night, but there was no way for him to get to the studio. Jefferson Airplane appeared instead and played "We Can Be Together." Best I can recall, it was the COMPLETE version. A great night for music on TV.

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tieyourshoes51 wrote:
Jensen B Gator wrote:
Waneebe wrote:
Jimi Hendrix 68’ Fender Strat (not sure of model) The one he played at Woodstock.

As I read this sometime back, and my memory doesn’t grasp new knowledge very well, it’s guess when I say 2 million.
:?: :shock: :?:
Image

This is correct Paul Allen paid 1.3 million for it


Hendrix was supposed to appear on the Dick Cavett show on that Monday night, but there was no way for him to get to the studio. Jefferson Airplane appeared instead and played "We Can Be Together." Best I can recall, it was the COMPLETE version. A great night for music on TV.


Also appearing on the Woodstock show were Joni Mitchell, David Crosby and Stephen Stills. Stills pointing out the mud from the concert venue still on his pantleg. When asked to play a number before it’s too late he asks will I get to the end and Cavett replies before you know it. Now 44 years later CSN still touring with no end in sight.

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I haven't searched. Is that available somewhere on the web? I forgot about all of that.

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