|Style:||Alternative Rock, Rock & Roll, Industrial, Pop Rap, Heavy Metal, Arena Rock, Classic Rock|
|Category:||Hip hop / Rock|
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|1-1||–Live||Selling The Drama
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisLyrics By – Kowalczyk*Mixed By – Tom Lord-AlgeMusic By – Live
|1-2||–Blues Traveler||But Anyway
Engineer [Live Recording] – Bob ClearmountainMixed By – Steve Thompson & Michael BarbieroWritten-By – Chan Kinchla, John Popper
|1-3||–Melissa Etheridge||I'm The Only One
Engineer [Live Recording], Mixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Melissa Etheridge
|1-4||–Joe Cocker||Feelin' Allright
Engineer [Live Recording] – Bob ClearmountainMixed By – Chris Lord-AlgeWritten-By – Dave Mason
|1-5||–No Artist||(Stage Announcement)|
Engineer [Live Recording] – Elliot ScheinerLyrics By – Dolores O'RiordanMixed By – Bob ClearmountainMusic By – Dolores O'Riordan, Noel Hogan
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Andy WallaceWritten-By – Brad Smith, Christopher Thorn, Glen Graham, Rogers Stevens, Shannon Hoon
|1-8||–Green Day||When I Come Around
Engineer [Live Recording] – Dave Thoener*Mixed By – Jerry Finn, Rob CavalloMusic By – Green DayWords By – Billie Joe*
|1-9||–Salt 'N' Pepa||Shoop
Engineer [Live Recording] – Dave Thoener*Mixed By – Andre DeBourgPerformer [I'm Blue Sample] – Sweet Inspirations*Written-By – Anthony Martin, Cheryl James , Ike Turner, Otwane Roberts, Sandra Denton
|1-10||–No Artist||(Stage Announcement)|
|1-11||–Red Hot Chili Peppers||Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Rick RubinWritten-By – Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, Flea, John Frusciante
|1-12||–Porno For Pyros||Porno For Pyros
Engineer [Live Recording] – Ed CherneyMixed By – Matt Hyde, Perry FarrellWritten-By – Martyn Lenoble, Perry Farrell, Peter DiStefano, Stephen Perkins
|1-13||–Primus||Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers
Engineer [Live Recording] – Ed CherneyLyrics By – Claypool*Mixed By – PrimusMusic By – Primus
|1-14||–Jackyl||Headed For Destruction
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Jesse James Dupree
|1-15||–Aerosmith||Draw The Line / F.I.N.E.
Engineer [Live Recording] – Bob ClearmountainMixed By – Kevin ElsonWritten-By [Draw The Line] – Perry*, Tyler*Written-By [F.i.n.e.] – Child*, Perry*, Tyler*
|1-16||–No Artist||(Stage Announcement)|
|1-19||–Nine Inch Nails||Happiness In Slavery
Engineer [Live Recording] – Bob ClearmountainMixed By – Alan Moulder, Trent ReznorWritten-By – Trent Reznor
|2-1||–Metallica||For Whom The Bell Tolls
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Randy StaubWritten-By – Burton*, Hetfield*, Ulrich*
|2-2||–Paul Rodgers Featuring Slash , Jason Bonham, Neal Schon, Andy Fraser||The Hunter
Engineer [Live Recording] – Elliot ScheinerMixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Al Jackson Jr., Booker T. Jones, Carl Wells, Donald Dunn*, Steve Cropper
|2-3||–The Neville Brothers||Come Together
Engineer [Live Recording], Mixed By – Dave Thoener*Written-By – John Lennon & Paul McCartney*
|2-4||–Sheryl Crow||Run, Baby, Run
Engineer [Live Recording], Mixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Bill Bottrell, David Baerwald, Sheryl Crow
|2-5||–Crosby, Stills & Nash||Deja Vu
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Bob ClearmountainPerformer [Guest Appearance] – John SebastianWritten-By – David Crosby
|2-6||–Violent Femmes||Dance, M.F., Dance! - KIss Off
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Glenn Rehse, Gordon Gano, John Frankovic, Voot Warnings
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Ed Roland
Engineer [Live Recording] – Jay VicariLyrics By – Kevin Martin Mixed By – Kelly GrayMusic By – Candlebox, Peter Klett
|2-9||–Cypress Hill||How I Could Just Kill A Man
Engineer [Live Recording] – Jay VicariMixed By – Muggs*Performer [Tramp Sample] – Lowell FulsonWritten-By – Jimmy McCracklin, Larry Muggerud, Louis Freeze*, Lowell Fulson, Senen Reyes
|2-10||–Rollins Band||Right Here Too Much
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Theo Van RockWritten-By – Rollins Band
|2-11||–Bob Dylan||Highway 61
Engineer [Live Recording] – Bob ClearmountainMixed By – Dave Thoener*Written-By – Bob Dylan
Engineer [Live Recording] – John HarrisMixed By – Bob ClearmountainWritten-By – Jim Capaldi, Steve Winwood
Engineer [Live Recording] – Bob ClearmountainMixed By – Peter WalshWritten-By – Peter Gabriel
|31454 0289 2 IN01, 31454 0289 2 IN02||Various||Woodstock 94 (2xCD)||A&M Records, A&M Records||31454 0289 2 IN01, 31454 0289 2 IN02||US||1994|
|31454 0289 4||Various||Woodstock 94 (2xCass)||A&M Records||31454 0289 4||Canada||1994|
|540-322-2||Various||Woodstock 94 (2xCD)||Polydor, A&M Records||540-322-2||Australasia||1994|
|540 322-4||Various||Woodstock '94 (2xCass)||A&M Records, Polydor||540 322-4||Australia||1994|
|31454 0289 2, 31454 0289 2 IN02, 31454 0289 2 IN01||Various||Woodstock 94 (2xSVCD)||A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records||31454 0289 2, 31454 0289 2 IN02, 31454 0289 2 IN01||US||1994|
Woodstock 94 is a two-disc set documenting the Woodstock 1994 festival. It was released during November 1994, nearly three months after the event took place. The album was released on A&M Records. The set features 27 performing artists, one song per artist. It also features the recording of both general stage announcements and some band introductions given at various points during the festival. Live – "Selling the Drama" – 4:33. Blues Traveler – "But Anyway" – 4:18.
Woodstock 94 (2xCD, Comp). A&M Records, A&M Records. Woodstock 94 (2xCD, Comp). A&M Records, A&M Records, A&M Records. 3 2, 3 2 IN02, 3 2 IN01.
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Woodstock 1994 was a music festival created to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the original Woodstock in 1969. One more from NIN before some much needed comic relief tomorrow. This is from their infamously muddy and raw Woodstock 94 performance. Nine Inch Nails - Closer - 8/13/1994 - Woodstock 94 (Official). musicvault See All. Posts.
Slash plays on The Hunter with Paul Rodgers from Woodstock 94 live album.
Woodstock 94 was supposed to be about another weekend of peace and love. The occasion was Woodstock ’94, a three-day jamboree held to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the now legendary Woodstock festival, at which appeared The Who, Jimi Hendrix and many other leading lights of the time. A quarter of a century on, the bill featured, among others, Aerosmith, Metallica, Nine Inch Nails and Primus. Twenty Years Ago Today: Woodstock 1994. Slogging their way through When I Come Around, the sky was brown with missiles made of mud; the stage looked like a late season non-league football pitch from 1973.
Explore Woodstock 1969. In August 1969, over half a million people came to upstate New York for the 3 days of Peace & Music. The Woodstock Music & Arts Fair. Woodstock 1969 was a reaction by the youth of its time and the conditions we faced, says Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang. We proved that it is possible to live together in harmony and with compassio. ith only our best selves represented. Woodstock gave people around the world hope, which is why I think it remains relevant today. Explore the history of Woodstock. And come make history with us. Again. They would reunite to play at Woodstock ’94. SETLIST. With their debut album not yet released, Santana was relatively unknown. Their powerful, magical, transformative performance changed that. Carlos led his band with virtuosic style and drummer Michael Shrieve brought it all home during Soul Sacrifice.
Nine Inch Nails – Sin (Woodstock 94 Remastered). VR Heart – Burn (Nine Inch Nails). Various Artists – Nine Inch Nails - Burn. Nine Inch Nails – Burn (Beside You In Time Rehearsal).