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Take a trip to ‘Guitar Heaven’ and back with Carlos Santana
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Minds that are fearful or full of rage are weak and shouldn’t be introduced to mind-altering chemicals.
Woodstock was a nightmare for The Grateful Dead. Though Woodstock was not an easy gig for anybody, The Grateful Dead experienced more than their fair share of problems, with dangerous technical problems, a deluge of rain and a stage that seemed on the brink of giving way throughout their show. With this year marking the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, Goldmine asked a number of artists who were there to share their memories of those three days.
Minds that are fearful or full of rage are weak and shouldn’t be introduced to mind-altering chemicals. Those are the thoughts of legendary Latino guitarist Carlos Santana, and, truth be told, he’s pretty sure that people like that aren’t ready for adventurous music, either.