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The late 1960s were a time of social upheaval in the West and, perhaps fittingly, the era that gave birth to one of the most famous peace protests of all time: Woodstock. The "three days of peace and music" left an indelible mark on the American political psyche and also on its musical soul, changing the way people experience music. 50 years on, Maya Mitter met up with someone who was there.