April 26th – 7PM

Get Ready For The Summer Of Love – Again
By the renowned documentary filmmaker: D A Pennebaker
Relive or experience for the first time!

The Monterey Pop Festival ran for three days in June 1967. For most of the
five shows, the arena was jammed to bursting with perhaps as many as 10,000
people. The live performances were spectacularly successful. Janis Joplin,
who was singing with Big Brother and the Holding Company, pulled out all
the stops with a raw, powerful performance that helped establish her as the
preeminent female rock singer of her day.

The Who climaxed a brilliant set by smashing their equipment at the
conclusion of “My Generation.” Jimi Hendrix (in the American debut of the
Jimi Hendrix Experience) offered an awesome display of his virtuosity as a
guitarist and as a showman, humping his Marshall amplifiers and then
setting his Stratocaster ablaze. Another highlight was Ravi Shankar’s
meditative afternoon of Indian ragas. And then there was Otis Redding, the
dynamic soul man who turned in what many present believed was the
festival’s best performance.

Janis Joplin “Combination of the Two”
Scott McKenzie “If You’re Going To San Francisco”
The Mamas and the Papas “Creque Alley,” “California Dreamin,” “I’ve Got A Feelin”
Canned Heat “Rollin and Tumblin'”
Hughy Masekela “Bajabula Bonke” (Healing Song)
Jefferson Airplane “High Flyin’ Bird”, “Today”
Eric Burden and the Animals “Paint it Black”
The Who “My Generation”
Country Joe and the Fish “Section 43”
Otis Redding “Shake,” “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”
Jimi Hendrix “Wild Thing”
Ravi Shankar “Raga Bhimpalasi”