2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, and Miller Anderson is one of the last surviving musicians to perform there in in August 16, 1969 at 5 pm USA time. Miller, still thrilled with energy and enthusiasm, has appeared in Woodstock as co-founder, guitarist & singer of the Keef Hartley Band and on this release he plays the original Woodstock set with the Miller Anderson Band (Frank Tischer-Keyboard / vocals, Tommy Fischer drums and Janni Schmidt-Bass) in the big lineup with horn section (such as Lee Mayal on the saxophone) and additional blues violin by Klaus Marquardt !!!
2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, and Miller Anderson is one of the last surviving musicians to perform there in in August 16, 1969 at 5 pm USA time. Miller, still thrilled with energy and enthusiasm, has appeared in Woodstock as co-founder, guitarist & singer of the Keef Hartley Band and on this release he plays the original Woodstock set with the Miller Anderson Band (Frank Tischer-Keyboard / vocals, Tommy Fischer drums and Janni Schmidt-Bass) in the big lineup with horn section (such as Lee Mayal on the saxophone) and additional blues violin by Klaus Marquardt !!!
4260175030271

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Format: CD
Label: HZB
Rel. Date: 09/13/2019
UPC: 4260175030271

Live At Herzberg Festival
Artist: Miller Anderson Band & Friends
Format: CD
New: OUT OF STOCK. Contact us for availability.
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DISC: 1

1. Sinnin' for You
2. Think It Over
3. Born to Die
4. Just to Cry
5. Leaving Trunk
6. Through the Mill

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2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, and Miller Anderson is one of the last surviving musicians to perform there in in August 16, 1969 at 5 pm USA time. Miller, still thrilled with energy and enthusiasm, has appeared in Woodstock as co-founder, guitarist & singer of the Keef Hartley Band and on this release he plays the original Woodstock set with the Miller Anderson Band (Frank Tischer-Keyboard / vocals, Tommy Fischer drums and Janni Schmidt-Bass) in the big lineup with horn section (such as Lee Mayal on the saxophone) and additional blues violin by Klaus Marquardt !!!