The Incredible String Band At Woodstock
This is a performance you haven't seen on the famous movie about the "three days of peace, love and music", and nor heard on one the two double LP sets. I've always thought about the Incredible String Band as a sort of cult band, it's hard to imagine that they were popular enough to appear at the most famous music festival ever, though playing in front of almost half a million people wasn't maybe the ideal situation for them.
This really "incredible band" has been one of the most creative and imaginative of their era, their music is a bridge that united with surrealistic eclecticism the British folk revival with the psychedelic sounds and culture. The core of the band was formed by Mike Heron and Robin Williamson, two Scottish songwriters, singers and multi-instrumentalists. On that occasion they were joined by their girlfriends Christine "Licorice" McKechnie and Rose Simpson. Both these songs were unreleased then, as they have been published in 1970 on the album I Looked Up. They also played This Moment, but the available clip of that song is uncomplete.
Peace & Love ;-)