The Official WOODSTOCK® Journal celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the greatest music festival of all time. Decorated with iconic images and inspiring quotations, this journal features plenty of lined pages for readers to fill with thoughts and memories. Made with archival quality, acid-free 200-year paper, perfect for pen or pencil.
These journals would make lovely gifts for yourself or others, especially for those who were part of the Counterculture generation in fact, or are part of it in spirit.—Rhapsody in Books
It’s hard to not fall in love with the new journals, especially the new dot style that allows you to create the perfect journal system for your life. —Week99er
Epic Records is a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment. It was introduced in 1953 as a Columbia Records imprint that focused on pop, classical, and jazz, but by the '60s was releasing music in all genres. The 1960s is also when Epic had its first lasting successes, with crooner Bobby Vinton and several British Invasion bands keeping the label on the charts. However, Epic really came into its own in 1983, when its release of Michael Jackson's Thriller became the highest-selling album of all time.