Episode: Altamont part 1: How the ’60s most disastrous concert came to be


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Altamont part 1: How the ’60s most disastrous concert came to be
50 years ago the Rolling Stones headlined a free concert that ended in chaos, with a young man killed feet from the stage as the Stones played. Episode 1 (of 2) explores the decisions that led up to this festival and asks, "Why didn't anyone stop it?"

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