The introduction of Oasis concerts (from 2000->2009 the end) was the song Fuckin' in the bushes, which contained samples from the film "Message to love" about the 1970 festival, the biggest ever live music event seen in the UK. The "kids are running around naked, fucking in the bushes", click here.
The film, by Murray Lerner, unsparingly, often comically depicts the myriad problems associated with the gigantic festival, but the 600,000 people enjoyed a magical experience, and remained largely unaware of conflicts.
Several problem occurred over the price of tickets (which were £3 for a weekend ticket, quite different from today...at least £150). Jimi Hendrix played his last-ever live appearance in England (opening with a distorted version of England anthem 'God Save The Queen’), his last major performance – within three weeks he is dead. The film derives its title from a song that Jimi Hendrix performed.
Due to financial difficulties, Message to Love wasn't released until 1997, 27 years after the event.
In recent years, Lerner's copious 16mm concert footage has been repurposed to create a wealth of complete-performance DVD releases by Hendrix ("Blue Wild Angel"), Miles Davis ("Miles Electric - A Different Kind of Blue"), The Who (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970), Jethro Tull (Nothing Is Easy: Live at the Isle of Wight 1970), Emerson, Lake & Palmer (The Birth Of A Band: Isle of Wight 1970), The Moody Blues (Threshold of a Dream: Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970), and Leonard Cohen (Leonard Cohen Live at The Isle of Wight 1970).
The Who, Naked eye
in 1970 (before the festival) the Italian band Dik Dik dedicated a song, L'isola di Wight,
gioventù (youth) and blue rhyming also in Italian.
It's also the name of their club-restaurant in Milan
Oasis, Fuckin' in the bushes
The Who, Young Man Blues
Isle of Wight festival 1970
Free - "All Right Now"
Jethro Tull - "My Sunday Feeling"
Leonard Cohen - "Suzanne"
Jimi Hendrix - "Message to Love", "Machine Gun", "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)", "Foxy Lady", "Purple Haze"
Ten Years After - "I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes/Extension On One Chord"
Kris Kristofferson - "Me and Bobby McGee"
Joni Mitchell - "Woodstock", "Big Yellow Taxi"
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - "Blue Rondo A La Turk/Pictures at an Exhibition/Drum Solo"
The Doors - "When the Music's Over", "The End"
The Who - "Young Man Blues", "Naked Eye"
Tiny Tim - "There'll Always Be An England"
(Rory Gallagher) Taste - "Sinner Boy", "Gamblin' Blues"
Joan Baez - "Let It Be", "Amazing Grace"
The Moody Blues - "Nights In White Satin"
Donovan - "Catch the Wind"
Family - "The Weaver's Answer"
John Sebastian - "Red Eye Express"
Miles Davis - "Call It Anything" (he played it for 38 minutes)
Bob Dylan - "Desolation Row"