Time Traveling To 1969 | TTT Podcast Ep. 194

This week on the TTT Podcast, Beard Laws, Burley, and Gute Time Travel To 1969. The boys talk various topics related to the year 1969. They mention the Woodstock festival in 1969 and the notable artists who performed. They also mention celebrities who were born in 1969. The conversation includes discussions about the venue, the lineup, and the cultural significance of Woodstock. They also mention some interesting facts and personal experiences related to the festival. In this part of the conversation, the hosts discuss various topics including the Wahlberg family, celebrity deaths in 1969, sports events, inflation, movies, and music. They touch on subjects such as the Bolivian soccer team crash, the cost of living in 1969 compared to now, and the controversial movie 'Midnight Cowboy'. They also mention Elvis Presley's comeback and the number one album of the year, 'Sugar, Sugar' by The Archies. In 1969, several notable events occurred in the music industry. Johnny Cash released his famous live album 'At San Quentin', while The Beatles performed their last public performance on the rooftop of the Apple building. The Stooges released their self-titled album, which is considered a precursor to punk rock. CCR released four albums in a single year, and Bob Seger was known as the Bob Seger System. Other notable artists and songs from 1969 include Marmalade's cover of The Beatles' 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da', The Who's 'Pinball Wizard' from the album 'Tommy', and David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'. The Jackson 5 released their first album, and Jim Morrison of The Doors was arrested in Miami for indecent exposure. Overall, 1969 was a year of diverse musical releases and significant moments in music history. TTT Podcast Episode Highlights Woodstock 1969 was a historic music festival that attracted 460,000 people. The lineup included iconic artists such as Santana, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and The Who. 'Midnight Cowboy' was a controversial movie that won the Best Picture Oscar despite its X rating. The number one album of 1969 was 'Sugar, Sugar' by The Archies. Johnny Cash's live album 'At San Quentin' and The Beatles' rooftop performance were highlights The Stooges' self-titled album is considered a precursor to punk rock CCR released four albums in a single year Bob Seger was known as the Bob Seger System in 1969 Marmalade covered The Beatles' 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da' The Who's 'Pinball Wizard' was a standout track from the album 'Tommy' David Bowie released 'Space Oddity' TTT Podcast Quotes "Holy shit, we did it." "Woodstock 1969: A Historic Music Festival" "Celebrities Born in 1969" "I'm gonna look up what this cat looks like, cause I guess I just don't." "It's Donnie, Donnie Jr. He was. They had another brother, Robert, and a film producer, Jim, and there's another one, Chef. So there's a lot of Wahlbergs." "Judy Garland took a big L this year. Major L for dying. Overdose, barbiturates." "Johnny Cash, a boy named Sue came out that year." "Johnny Cash album 1969 live at San Quentin." "Dude, imagine getting away with only playing 10 songs in a concert." Support our friends of the show (if you want) Copper Johns Beard Company: https://lddy.no/1c3fv Sasquatch Tea Company - https://sasquatchtea.com/?fbclid=PAAa... Whiskey Towers - https://whiskeytowers.com/?ref=jALaEM... Popdarts - https://popdartsgame.com/?ref=beardlaws Mustache Mate - https://mustachemate.com/ Black Beard Fire - https://blackbeardfire.com/beardlaws Draft Top - https://drafttop.kckb.st/beardlaws Past Ball Podcast - https://beacons.ai/pastball Yore Town Podcast - https://beacons.ai/yoretown Frost Buddy - https://snwbl.io/frost-buddy/MATT57465 Booze Veterans - https://boozeveteran.com/ Beard Laws Studio - https://beardlawsstudio.com Windbag Whisperers - https://windbagwhisperers.com Vermont Flannel Company - https://www.vermontflannel.com/?aff=52 Milwaukee Pretzels - https://www.milwaukeepretzel.com/

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