Woodstock, New York is where Bob Dylan sought refuge from fame in the late 1960s and where he, Robbie Robertson, Levon Helm, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, and Richard Manuel (a.k.a. The Band) made the magical Basement Tapes in “Big Pink” over the course of 1967 and 1968. The Big Pink house, which actually is in nearby Saugerties, also inspired the title of The Band’s first album Music from Big Pink. (Dylan’s painting of the house was featured on the album cover.) Big Pink is a private residence, so, if you decide to swing by for a quick glimpse, please be respectful of the current owners and their neighbors.
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