In the the summer of 1970 some folks in Canada hired a private train so they could load some musicians into it and go from town to town putting on mini festivals everywhere they went. The tour and the film made from it was called Festival Express, and it was an instant classic of the rock world. The musicians included Buddy Guy, The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, The Band, Ten Years After, Traffic, and a whole lot of other incredible talent. A few Canadians managed to sneak on the train to play as well, and so the song Truckin Off Across The Sky was written. But after all this time, the group Historic Films has gotten the rights to it, and they are digitizing another 96 hours of the footage shot for this event, and adding it to their archives. The archives already contain something like 50,000 hours worth of incredible video, and I have to say a serious Thank You! to the team at Open Culture for the heads up on this one!