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Sunday, August 28, 2005
 

Lists: Woodstock 1994 Performers

Woodstock 1994


I was going to compile a comprehensive setlist for Woodstock 1994 and found the information extraordinarily difficult to come by, to my surprise. So for now, we'll have to make do with a list of performers.

To recap:

Billed as "Three more days of Peace and Music", Woodstock 1994 was derided by cynical Baby Boomers as a 25th anniversary commercialized rip-off of the original event, which it was, but they also missed the point of the event in the minds of Generation X. Like the original, it was also an opportunity to celebrate the bands of a generation, and the culture of a generation, and the youth of a generation. It did feature a dizzying array of talent, and helped put a lot of significant alternative rock bands on the map. In retrospect, it also shares with Woodstock 69 a certain wistfulness; an end of an era although nobody knew it at the time. And it rained like a mother, just like for the original, earning Woodstock '94 the nickname, "Mudstock". No, it wasn't a culturally important moment in history; but a lot of attendees seemed to enjoy it anyway.

The concert was held at Winston Farm, at the intersection of Route 212 and Route 32 in Saugerties, NY. Estimates put attendance at between 235,000 and 350,000 for the Friday, August 12, 1994 to Sunday, August 14, 1994 event. Three of the original Woddstock 1969 promoters were involved: Michael Lang, Joel Rosenman and John Roberts, co-owners of Woodstock Ventures, plus John Scher, president of PolyGram Diversified Ventures.

Not repeating mistakes of the past, Woodstock '94 set a record for the largest collection of portable toilets with over 3000 port-a-potties. The price for tickets in 1969 was $18 for all three days, in 1994, the price for tickets was $135. However one mistake was repeated: an estimated 150,000 people attended without buying tickets.

At the same time as the "official" Woodstock 94 festival, 15,000 people met at the site of the original Woodstock in Bethel, NY. Impromptu, free shows were given by Melanie, Sha Na Na, Arlo Guthrie, and David Amram, as well as as a number of local bands.

The soundtrack currently sells for 35 cents via Amazon (get it here!) and the video hasn't yet made it to DVD; but that's selling it short. As a cross generational music festival, it was a good one.

Complete list of performers, Woodstock 1994:

Aerosmith
Allman Brothers Band
Arrested Development
The Band
Blind Melon
Blues Traveler
Candlebox
Johnny Cash
Jimmy Cliff's All Star Reggae Jam (with Rita Marley & Shabba Ranks)
Joe Cocker
Collective Soul
Counting Crows
The Cranberries
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Sheryl Crow
Country Joe McDonald (with the Fugs)
Cypress Hill
Del Amitri
Bob Dylan
Melissa Etheridge
Peter Gabriel
Green Day
Jackyl
King's X
Live
Metallica
Neville Brothers
Nine Inch Nails
Orleans
Paul Rodgers Band (with Neal Schon and Andy Fraser)
Porno for Pyros
Primus
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rollins Band
Todd Rundgren
Salt-N-Pepa
Santana
Sisters of Glory: Thelma Houston, CeCe Peniston, Phoebe Snow, Mavis Staples, Lois Walden
Spin Doctors
Sweetwater
Traffic
Violent Femmes
Youssou N'Dour
Zucchero

The original Kiss was offered $1 million to reunite for the festival, but declined.



     

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Comments:
I'm not surprised you can't find a setlist. My husband and I have discussed the order of bands for years. The only one we agreed on was waking to Hendrix early Sunday morning...and I literally thought I was in heaven amongst the angels.
 
I think you might be thinking of this other Woodstock, but it's a cool anecdote, waking up to Hendrix.
 
Spin Doctors
8/14/94 Woodstock 94
Saugerties, NY

Silver Disc>xAct>Flac>Jam Band Fan

Soundboard/Unknown Broadcast

Set List:

1. Jimmy Olson Blues
2. You Let Your Heart Go Too Fast
3. Big Fat Funky Booty
4. Cleopatra's Cat
5. What Time Is It?
6. Off My Line
7. How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me)
8. Refrigerator Car
9. Mary Jane
10. Little Miss Can't Be Wrong
11. Beasts In The Woods
12. Indifference
13. Two Princes
14. Woodstock




The full set list for The Band's show (including "friends'" performances) at Woodstock '94 was

1. Caldonia
2. Remedy
3. Blind Willie McTell
4. It Makes No Difference
5. Atlantic City
6. Rag Mama Rag
7. Caledonia Mission
8. Crazy Mama
9. Don't Do It
10. Knockin' On Heaven's Door *
11. Embryonic Journey *
12. Java Blues *
13. The Weight
14. Mystery Train
15. Stuff Ya Gotta Watch
16. Stage Fright
17. Ophelia
18. Life Is A Carnival
19. Willie & The Hand Jive
20. The Shape I'm In
21. The Genetic Method
22. Chest Fever
23. I Don't Wanna Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes
24. Fever
25. Eternity
26. Throwing Stones
27. Satisfaction Bass Solo
28. Easy Answers *
29. Valley Road *
30. Take Me To The River *
31. I Shall Be Released *

(*=not broadcast on PPV)

The Band - Woodstock 94 - 1995 - Amcos Joker Productions WOOD-004/005


Blind Melon
August 13, 1994
Woostock 94
Saugerties, NY

01. 2x4
02. Tones of Home
03. Soup
04. Wilt
05. No Rain
06. Time
07. I Wonder
08. Paper Scratcher
09. Change
10. Deserted
11. Soak the Sin

Shannon Hoon - Vocals
Rogers Stevens - Guitars
Christopher Thorn - Guitars
Glen Graham - Drums
Brad Smith - Bass



red hot chili peppers
______________________

blood sugar sex magic
blown away
give it away
higher ground
if you have to ask
me and my friends
my lovely man
my other faith
organic anti-beat box band
so what (Infuckisation)
stone cold bush
suck my kiss
the power of equality
under the bridge




bob dylan

JOKERMAN
JUST LIKE A WOMAN
ALL ALONG THE WATCH TOWER
IT TAKE ALOT TO LAUGH IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY
DONT THINK TWICE
MASTERS OF WAR
ITS ALL OVER NOW BABY BLUE
GOD KNOWS
I SHALL BE RELEASED
HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED
RAINY DAY WOMAN
IT AINT ME BABE
 
Spin Doctors
8/14/94 Woodstock 94
Saugerties, NY

Silver Disc>xAct>Flac>Jam Band Fan

Soundboard/Unknown Broadcast

Set List:

1. Jimmy Olson Blues
2. You Let Your Heart Go Too Fast
3. Big Fat Funky Booty
4. Cleopatra's Cat
5. What Time Is It?
6. Off My Line
7. How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me)
8. Refrigerator Car
9. Mary Jane
10. Little Miss Can't Be Wrong
11. Beasts In The Woods
12. Indifference
13. Two Princes
14. Woodstock




The full set list for The Band's show (including "friends'" performances) at Woodstock '94 was

1. Caldonia
2. Remedy
3. Blind Willie McTell
4. It Makes No Difference
5. Atlantic City
6. Rag Mama Rag
7. Caledonia Mission
8. Crazy Mama
9. Don't Do It
10. Knockin' On Heaven's Door *
11. Embryonic Journey *
12. Java Blues *
13. The Weight
14. Mystery Train
15. Stuff Ya Gotta Watch
16. Stage Fright
17. Ophelia
18. Life Is A Carnival
19. Willie & The Hand Jive
20. The Shape I'm In
21. The Genetic Method
22. Chest Fever
23. I Don't Wanna Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes
24. Fever
25. Eternity
26. Throwing Stones
27. Satisfaction Bass Solo
28. Easy Answers *
29. Valley Road *
30. Take Me To The River *
31. I Shall Be Released *

(*=not broadcast on PPV)

The Band - Woodstock 94 - 1995 - Amcos Joker Productions WOOD-004/005


Blind Melon
August 13, 1994
Woostock 94
Saugerties, NY

01. 2x4
02. Tones of Home
03. Soup
04. Wilt
05. No Rain
06. Time
07. I Wonder
08. Paper Scratcher
09. Change
10. Deserted
11. Soak the Sin

Shannon Hoon - Vocals
Rogers Stevens - Guitars
Christopher Thorn - Guitars
Glen Graham - Drums
Brad Smith - Bass



red hot chili peppers
______________________

blood sugar sex magic
blown away
give it away
higher ground
if you have to ask
me and my friends
my lovely man
my other faith
organic anti-beat box band
so what (Infuckisation)
stone cold bush
suck my kiss
the power of equality
under the bridge




bob dylan

JOKERMAN
JUST LIKE A WOMAN
ALL ALONG THE WATCH TOWER
IT TAKE ALOT TO LAUGH IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY
DONT THINK TWICE
MASTERS OF WAR
ITS ALL OVER NOW BABY BLUE
GOD KNOWS
I SHALL BE RELEASED
HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED
RAINY DAY WOMAN
IT AINT ME BABE
 
I was the mystery guitar player. Dean Johnson hometown: Hidden Hills Ca.
 
I was the mystery guitar player. Dean Johnson hometown: Hidden Hills Ca.
 
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