16 - 18 June 67, Monterey Pop Festival, Monterey
The Criterion Collection (official)
DVD 1: "Monterey Pop" New high-definition digital transfer, supervised by D.A. Pennebaker
Combination of the Two - Big Brother and the Holding Company
San Francisco - Scott McKenzie
Creeque Alley and California Dreamin’ - The Mamas and the Papas
Rollin’ and Tumblin’ - Canned Heat
The 59th Street Bridge Song - Feelin’ Groovy - Simon and Garfunkel
Bajabula Bonke - Healing Song - Hugh Masakela
High Flyin’ Bird and Today - Jefferson Airplane
Ball and Chain - Big Brother and the Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin
Paint It Black - Eric Burdon and the Animals
My Generation - The Who
Section 43 - Country Joe and the Fish
Shake! and I’ve Been Loving You Too Long - Otis Redding
Wild Thing - Jimi Hendrix Experience
Gotta Feelin’ - The Mamas and the Papas
Raga Bhimpalasi - Ravi Shankar
Plays Monterey" (49 minutes) and "Shake! Otis at Monterey"(19 minutes)
New high-definition digital transfers, supervised by D.A. Pennebaker
Jimi Plays Monterey
Can You See Me?
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
Monterey (by Eric Burdon and the Animals)
Like a Rolling Stone
Rock Me Baby
The Wind Cries Mary
Shake! Otis at Monterey
Otis Redding with Booker T and the MG’s with the Mar-Keys
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long
I Can’t Get No Satisfaction
Try a Little Tenderness
DVD 3: "Monterey Pop -- The Outtake Performance: Two hours of performances not included in the original film:
Day 1: 16 June
The Association — "Along Comes Mary" (a hit from the Festival's bow to buttoned-down, nerdy white bands)
Simon & Garfunkel — "Homeward Bound," "Sounds of Silence"
Day 2: 17 June (afternoon)
Country Joe & The Fish — "Not-So-Sweet Martha Lorraine"
Al Kooper — "(I Heard Her Say) Wake Me Shake Me"
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band — "Driftin' Blues"
Quicksilver Messenger Service — "All I Ever Wanted To Do"
The Electric Flag — "Drinkin' Wine"
Day 2: 17 June (evenig)
The Byrds — "Chimes of Freedom, "He Was a Friend of Mine," "Hey Joe"
Laura Nyro — "Wedding Bell Blues," "Poverty Train"
Jefferson Airplane — "Somebody to Love"
Day 3: 18 June
The Blues Project — "Flute Thing" (a jazz-hued pass-the-roachclip oddity introduced by Tommy Smothers and Paul Simon)
Janis Joplin, Big Brother and the Holding Company — "Combination of the Two"
Buffalo Springfield — "For What It's Worth" (introduced by Monkee Peter Tork, who gushes "they're my favorite group," the band is minus Neil Young, who'd quit the month before, and adds David Crosby on vocals signaling his imminent departure from The Byrds)
The Who — "Substitute," "Summertime Blues," "A Quick One While He's Away"
The Mamas and Papas — "Straight Shooter," "Somebody Groovy," "I Call Your Name," "Monday, Monday," joined by Scott McKenzie for "San Francisco," and finally "Dancing in the Street."