Make room on your shelf for this 38-disc, 432-song collection.
It remains to be seen if the embattled Woodstock 50 concert will take place this summer, but in the meantime, you can relive the memories of the original 1969 hippie convergence with an upcoming massive box set from Rhino Records.
Woodstock 50 - Back to the Garden - The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive will land with a satisfying thud on Aug. 2 as a 38-disc, 432-song, 36 hour limited-edition behemoth that promises the first definitive collection featuring every artist who played the original concert.
With almost every note that was played during the three days of peace, love, traffic and mud, the compilation is a chronological record of the landmark event that set the template for all American festivals to come, from Richie Havens' "Hello" to Jimi Hendrix's iconic 13-plus dive bomb version of "The Star Spangled Banner." The set will highlight performances from 32 artists, many of which are previously unreleased.