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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:43 pm    Post subject: WOLFGANG'S VAULT Reply with quote

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BILL GRAHAM WAS NAMED WOLFGANG GRAJONCA WHEN HE SURVIVED THE HOLOCAUST
AS A CHILD
AND CAME TO AMERICA AND OPENED A PHONE BOOK
AND PICKED THE NAME
BILL GRAHAM
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I HAVE MADE THIS A STICKY THREAD
AND WILL POST THE CONTENTS OF THE "THIS WEEK IN WOLFGANG'S VAULT"
EVERY WEEK



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The Clash represented the working class revolution in a more definitive and meaningful way than the Sex Pistols. Due to the musicality of Joe Strummer and Mick Jones, they added anthem harmonizing choruses to punk rock while also incorporating elements of reggae, dub and rockabilly. In 1979, they released the seminal London Calling, but they didn't officially break onto the American scene until 1982. By that time, however, they were considered "the only band that mattered."
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THIS WEEK IN WOLFGANG'S VAULT
Traffic Winterland 01/26/1973
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers Hammersmith Odeon 03/07/1980
Nils Lofgren Tower Theater 09/06/1976
The Byrds Fillmore East 06/09/1971
Billy Cobham Bottom Line 02/20/1978
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2007 12:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

THIS IS FROM THE "75,000 CONCERTS I OUGHTTA STAB YA"
THREAD: Laughing

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Pink Floyd 04/29/1970 Fillmore West San Francisco California USA
11 tracks AT LEAST
2:10:32

GOOD LORD GOD KING!

WE'RE LISTENING TO 2 HOURS TEN MINUTES THIRTY TWO SECONDS OF PINK FLOYD LIVE FROM APRIL 29TH
19 FUCKING 70!
http://concerts.wolfgangsvault.com/Concerts.aspx?stype=performer&stext=pink+floyd
GO AND REGISTER
JUST NAME AND EMAIL
THEN YOU TYPE IN ...
WELL EVENTUALLY IT WILL BE
ANYTHING BILL FREAKIN' GRAHAM EVER BOOKED--ANY CONCERT ANYWHERE

I TOLD YOU THAT BASTARD WAS GONNA DO THIS!
NOW ANY CONCERT YOU CAN THINK OF
ANY GROUP YOU CAN THINK OF
IT'S YERS BABY
FREE

HERE'S WHAT WE HEARD APRIL 29TH
GOD A FEW DAMN WEEKS AGO IT SEEMS
SO IT SEEMS TO ME
I SWEAR TO GOD!
AND THIS IS WHAT WE'RE HEARING RIGHT NOW BABIES!
ASTRONOMY DOMINE
CYMBALINE
ATOM HEART MOTHER
EMBRYO--
HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE EVER EVEN HEARD EMBRYO?--NEVER RELEASED ON ANY OFFICIAL ALBUM
GREEN IS THE COLOUR
CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE, EUGENE
SET THE CONTROLS FOR THE HEART OF THE SUN

A SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS (SHIT--I WAS AT THE LAST TIME IT WAS EVER PERFORMED LIVE-9-25-73-AND HERE IT IS AGAIN!)
INTERSTELLAR OVERDRIVE

THAT'S WHAT'S LISTED

BUT WHEN I CAME IN THEY WERE PLAYING GRANTCHESTER MEADOWS

NOW IT'S THE WEIRDEST ASTRONOMY DOMINE EVER!
MAKES THE UMMAGUMMA VERSION SOUND KINDA NORMAL! Shocked Very Happy Razz


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EVENTUALLY I WILL POST CHOICE GEMS LINKS
FROM WOLFGANG'S VAULT
TO MY VAULT ALSO
and y'all should too

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The Rolling Stones shook Detroit to the core when they brought their special blend of rock 'n' roll and blues to Masonic Hall in support of their recent release, Some Girls. Showcasing a setlist of both the tunes that made them legendary and tracks off their new album, the Stones rocked the stage and left their signature trail of rebelliousness, this time in response to the punk movement that was sweeping the world.

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Talking Heads CBGB's 05/31/1977
The Persuasions Winterland 11/24/1972
Journey Summit Arena 02/03/1982
Jefferson Airplane Fillmore Auditorium 10/16/1966
Procol Harum Hollywood Bowl 09/21/1973




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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2007 4:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

featured concert this week:
U-2



Before U2 entered arena stages in a huge lemon and Bono was leading world peace efforts, the band emerged as pop music's answer to underground post-punk. U2 became one of the biggest rock bands of the '80s amid an era otherwise saturated in synthesizers and spandex metal. Their sound changed continually through the years, but it's at this 1983 show where the band can be heard at their raw and youthful best, having just released the seminal album War that same year.

THIS WEEK IN WOLFGANG'S VAULT:

The Kinks Hippodrome Theatre 07/14/1974
Faces Swing Auditorium 03/07/1975
Tears for Fears Hammersmith Palais 04/18/1983
Judas Priest San Antonio Civic Center 09/26/1982
Little Feat Sting 07/13/1992

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FEATURED CONCERT THIS WEEK:
STEPPENWOLF


The film Easy Rider made Steppenwolf a patron saint using "Born to Be Wild" as its virtual theme song (also widely considered to be the origin of the term "heavy metal"). Recorded a year before the film and on the heels of two great albums, this show features a bevy of Steppenwolf classics. Pay attention to blues idiom "Disappointment Number (Unknown)." It kicks off a 20-minute experimental departure from their blues rock through a then yet-to-be-released four-song sequence ending with "Resurrection." Awesome.


THIS WEEK IN WOLFGANG'S VAULT:
The Bee Gees Los Angeles Forum 12/20/1976
Patti Smith CBGB's 08/11/1979
Kiss Nashville Municipal Auditorium 01/11/1984
Erma Franklin Carousel Ballroom 04/21/1968
The Flying Burrito Brothers Fillmore East 11/07/1970

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Rock 'n' roll's rich and tattered chronicles would tell quite a different tale had Terry Reid accepted Jimmy Page's offer to join his blues-rock outfit, the New Yardbirds. Declining the offer to focus on his solo career, the role went to Robert Plant, and the New Yardbirds, of course, became Led Zeppelin. Shortly after making the career-limiting decision to rock it solo, Terry Reid hit up the Fillmore West, a mere three weeks before Led Zeppelin appeared on the same stage for their first American tour.
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Genesis Shrine Auditorium 01/24/1975
Booker T. & the MG's Winterland 06/08/1968
The Pretenders Palladium 05/30/1980
X L'Amour 11/26/1983
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Fillmore Auditorium 10/14/1966
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this week in wolfgang's vault

Though he was born on the banks of the Mississippi, Muddy Waters was no stranger to San Francisco, where the Fillmore Auditorium hosted his frequent pilgrimages to the Bay. Muddy influenced a whole generation of young folks and schooled them in the traditions of delta-driven blues. This night in 1966, he shared the stage with his five-piece electric blues band, and together they treated the audience to an hour-long set of the slow and husky blues that Muddy had been perfecting for the past 25 years.
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Lou Reed Bottom Line 05/11/1977
James Taylor Berkeley Community Theatre 05/29/1970
The Animals Chance 09/07/1983
Jefferson Airplane Fillmore Auditorium 10/16/1966
Joan Armatrading Bottom Line 04/05/1977
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Almost two years after the Woodstock appearance that effectively put them on the map, Ten Years After headlined an old ice skating rink called Winterland. Always a favorite of Bill Graham, Alvin Lee and his British quartet showcased a set of blues-rock that was progressively headed in a more mainstream direction. This is most evident on their commercial success, A Space In Time, which was released the same year as this show and contained the ubiquitous hit single, "I'd Love To Change The World."
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Rush Toronto Concert Hall 04/04/1986
Taj Mahal Fillmore West 01/21/1971
Lou Rawls Latin Casino 05/24/1977
Roxy Music Tower Theater 03/30/1979
Country Joe McDonald Moscone Center 05/28/1982
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As New York venue Irving Plaza has taken down its signage in preparation to be renamed the Fillmore New York, we felt it was only appropriate to highlight this Allman Brothers show from 1971, which was the final show to close out the East Coast "mecca of rock," the Fillmore East (also in New York). This concert starts out with a live eulogy broadcast and a glowing announcement of the band from Bill Graham. A time before the Bros. ventured off into southern rock, this show is a straight up blues rock jam session, and a very monumental one at that.
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Yogi Phlegm Fillmore West 07/03/1971
Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Ritz 12/31/1981
Missing Persons Warfield Theatre 12/28/1982
Hank Williams Jr. Von Braun Center 01/01/1986
Blood, Sweat and Tears Bottom Line 11/08/1977
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this week in wolfgang's vault

The Rolling Stones
Silverdome
Pontiac, MI
12/01/1981

The self-proclaimed World's Greatest Rock Band took Pontiac, Michigan by storm on the first of December, 1981 near the American end of their large, sold out stadium tour in support of Tattoo You. Footage from the tour supported Hal Ashby's film Let's Spend The Night Together, which documents the Stones in all their notorious glory, just on the upstart of one of their many comeback moments. Listen now to an authentic moment in music history from one of rock 'n' roll's most colorful, enduring bands.


Don McLean
Bottom Line - 02/18/1977
Warren Zevon
Capitol Theatre - 10/01/1982
Fleetwood Mac
Carousel Ballroom - 06/08/1968
The Bongos
Columbia University - 08/31/1983
KBC Band
Fillmore Auditorium - 11/27/1985
Todd Rundgren
Bottom Line - 05/14/1978



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Elvin Bishop Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 04/03/1976
Pat Benatar Austin 10/06/1981
Marty Balin Savoy 10/06/1981
Ringo Starr & His All-Star Band Rosemont Theatre 08/22/2001
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Started by a 17-year-old Paul Williams in 1966, Crawdaddy! was the earliest magazine in the U.S. for rock criticism. It first published groundbreaking, notable writers like Jon Landau, Sandy Pearlman, and Richard Meltzer. Crawdaddy! is back to serve music fans a literate look at music, the creative process, it's cultural context, and how the listener relates to all of this. Guru Emeritus Paul Williams, new Editor In Chief Jocelyn Hoppa and Wolfgang's Vault are bringing Crawdaddy! back as an online weekly magazine.






This Week In Crawdaddy!



In The Issue:
Feature story - a tribute to founder Paul Williams
Comparison of The Boss and frontman of the Hold Steady, Craig Finn
Background and insight into the fate of internet radio
Paul Williams on Sean Lennon and his latest release
The abridged history of listening to music with our Riot Gear! columnist
Record reviews, a daily music news mash-up, and more!





This Week's Featured Concert




Bruce Springsteen
Berkeley Community Theatre
Berkeley, CA
3/2/73

It's hard to imagine The Boss as a supporting act, relegated to a limited opening set - a far cry from his two-hour-plus shows that he treats sold-out stadium crowds to today. Just after the release of his debut Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J. Bruce hit the stage at the intimate Berkeley Community Theatre and introduced himself to a crowd that must have sensed his epic importance to rock 'n' roll. Tune in to hear a rousing set by Springsteen when he was just 27 years old.

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This Week's New Concerts


Black Sabbath
Hartford Civic Center - 8/10/80
Bruce Springsteen
Berkeley Community Theatre - 3/2/73
Miles Davis
Fillmore West - 5/7/71
KBC Band
Ritz - 4/3/87
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
Bottom Line - 8/20/77
Kansas
Civic Auditorium - 7/21/82



Featured Downloads


Gentle Giant Academy Of Music 01/18/75
Deep Purple Long Beach 02/27/76
Renaissance Royal Albert Hall 10/14/77
The Monkees Los Angeles 08/24/01
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This Week's Featured Concert




Iggy Pop
Rainbow Theatre
London, England
03/07/1977

After spending a few years struggling with his recurrent - and signature - inner demons, Iggy Pop resurfaced in 1977 to embark on a worldwide tour. With his close friend (and recent savior) David Bowie on piano and vocals, Iggy, back from the land of drugs and despair, presented a set of the songs that make him a legendary punk spectacle. This live masterpiece at London's Rainbow Theatre, which ironically is now a church, is a testament to the raw power of Iggy at his best. You can listen - and download - now!

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New Concerts Available For Download


Iggy Pop
Rainbow Theatre - 03/07/1977
America
Blossom Music Center - 09/05/1982
Big Country
Glasgow Barrowlands - 12/31/1983
Kansas
Philadelphia - 02/14/1989
April Wine
Kansas Coliseum - 10/01/1982
Foghat
Philadelphia Spectrum - 12/18/1976
Graham Parker and the Rumour
The Palladium - 10/22/1977
Black Oak Arkansas
University of Reading - 08/09/1976
Commander Cody
Bottom Line - 08/15/1977
Pat Travers
West Palm Beach - 03/26/1984



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We've been streaming our audio archives at no cost to you for the past several months, and have been updating the site weekly with new shows and featured concerts. We have been listening to all of your feedback, and the most popular, consistent request has been for downloads. They are now up and you can take some of these high-quality live concert recordings with you. We know you love Concert Vault so show your support by purchasing one of these timeless shows.





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Steve Miller
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY
05/07/1976

Fly Like An Eagle is one of Steve Miller's pronounced musical statements and the tour that accompanied it is the more exuberant, less spacey live counterpart. This show, captured at New York's Beacon Theatre, is a long, easy ride with one of radio rock's most recognizable voices. Favorites like "The Joker," "Wild Mountain Honey" and "Seasons" capture the instantly accessible quality of classic Steve Miller in his prime.

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This Week's New Concerts


Steve Miller
Beacon Theatre - 05/07/1976
Humble Pie
Winterland - 05/06/1973
Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys
Bottom Line - 12/15/1983
Barry Manilow
Troubadour - 02/25/1975
Thompson Twins
Allentown State Fair - 08/29/1984
Gary "U.S." Bonds
The Stone Pony - 11/25/2000
The Persuasions
Winterland - 11/24/1972
The Band
Madison Square Garden - 01/30/1974
Ian Hunter
Agora Ballroom - 07/19/1979
Mountain
Capitol Theatre - 11/03/1974





This Week's Featured Concert




Fleetwood Mac
Record Plant
Sausalito, CA
9/19/74

In 1974, Fleetwood Mac was in a transitional period. Well after the departures of gutsy blues guitarists Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer, and before Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham came on board, this version of the Mac was fronted by singer/guitarist Bob Welch and featured Christine McVie in a growing role. This rollicking performance from the legendary "Live At The Record Plant" series in Sausalito features many of their biggest hits.

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Announcing Impresario, the new premium clothing line presented by Wolfgang's Vault. We've blended vintage designs with current fashion trends to create unique clothing items that give you the best of both worlds. These are modernized reflections of the unique artwork introduced in the '60s and '70s by iconic poster artists of the era. The line is brand new and we're launching with only a few designs. More are on the way, but these pieces will be printed in limited quantities and won't last long. Wear your music.
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This Week's New Concerts


Crosby, Nash and Young
Winterland - 3/26/72
John Cougar
Pershing Auditorium - 8/12/82
Lou Reed
Philadelphia - 7/27/86
Rod Stewart
Bellevue - 12/5/78
David Bowie
Montreal Forum - 7/13/83
The Kinks
Santa Monica Civic - 2/18/77
Fleetwood Mac
Record Plant - 9/19/74
Peter Frampton
Record Plant - 3/24/75



This Week In Crawdaddy!



Interview with Jonathan Richman, front man of the Modern Lovers
Then and now comparison of Captain Beefheart and Erase Errata
Live interview from 1983 with late frontman of the Clash, Joe Strummer
Learn how the Who came to make the album Tommy
Paul Williams on the Modern Lovers song "Roadrunner"
Old Skull, a punk rock band fueled by kids who could barely play
Mac or PC for your audio needs? Our Riot Gear! columnist weighs in
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!
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You spoke and we listened. Since we began offering downloads, the feedback has been tremendously valuable, and there are a few new features based on your suggestions. Now, you can view our Top Downloads updated weekly. You will also see a list of the Top Rated Concerts on the homepage. We hope these new features will help guide you as you browse the Vault. Enjoy!







This Week's Featured Concert




Elton John
Poplar Creek
Hoffman Estates, IL
12/16/88

With his glittery oversized eyewear, theatrical stage shows, and awesome compositions, Elton John owned the 1970s, so by the time the '80s rolled around, he was truly a seasoned musician and performer. Though he battled a slew of personal demons during this time, his charismatic presence and distinctive mélange of rock 'n' roll never suffered. Listen to Elton rock the ivories and sing his heart out with a vivacious set full of the tunes that made him an icon.
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New Concerts and New Downloads


Elton John
Poplar Creek - 12/16/88
Ry Cooder
Record Plant - 7/7/74
Jimmy Buffett
Record Plant - 10/24/74
Pablo Cruise
Record Plant - 11/10/74
Graham Central Station
Record Plant - 10/3/74
Paul Simon
Tower Theater - 10/7/80
Motley Crue
San Antonio Civic Center - 12/1/83
Booker T. & the MG's
Winterland - 6/8/68
Chicago
Louisville, KY - 6/12/74
Slade
New Victoria Theatre - 4/24/75


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This Week's Featured Concert




Electric Light Orchestra
Winterland
San Francisco, CA
2/14/76

Hailing from Birmingham, England, Electric Light Orchestra embraced prog-rock while bringing it to the global masses. With their innovative blend of self-proclaimed Beatlesque pop, classical compositions, and cello, violin, horn and woodwind arrangements, the heyday of ELO was truly a sight to behold. Listen to the band at their peak at San Francisco's beloved Winterland venue, and download the concert today.
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See All Available Concerts



New Concerts and New Downloads


Electric Light Orchestra
Winterland - 2/14/76
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Fillmore Auditorium - 2/4/67
Santana
Cow Palace - 12/31/76
Al Kooper
Record Plant - 10/23/74
Nils Lofgren
Record Plant - 10/31/75
The Doobie Brothers
Huntsfield - 10/26/75
Jethro Tull
Hammersmith Odeon - 9/8/84
Mott the Hoople
Record Plant - 12/4/75
ZZ Top
Austin - 7/19/82
Meat Loaf
Bottom Line - 11/29/77


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The Police
Zellerbach Hall
Berkeley, CA
3/4/79

For their 2007 world reunion tour, the Police will sell out stadiums around the globe and incite new levels of excitement among faithful old fans. But there once was a time when the Police played at venues as intimate as Berkeley's Zellerbach Hall. This show from 1979 showcases the London trio when they were just two years into their highly influential music career. Don't miss it. Listen today.
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New Concerts and New Downloads


The Police
Zellerbach Hall - 3/4/79
Yes
Los Angeles Forum - 11/26/78
Link Wray
Record Plant - 9/25/74
Little Feat
Winterland - 2/16/76
Boz Scaggs
Paramount Theatre - 3/9/74
Outlaws
Record Plant - 11/22/76
Blue Oyster Cult
Music Hall - 10/16/76
The Tubes
Record Plant - 11/21/74
Jefferson Airplane
Fillmore Auditorium - 10/7/66
Blondie
Dallas - 12/1/79


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The Ramones
The Palladium
New York, NY
1/7/78

The Ramones. Joey, Dee Dee, Tommy and Johnny. Few bands resonate as loudly as this one does through the hallowed halls of rock 'n' roll. The King Biscuit Flower Hour captured them in 1978 on their home turf at the Big Apple's Palladium, and now this legendary Ramones show is available to you. Listen and download a relic from New York's punk scene, at a time when the band and the movement were still headed in an unknown direction.
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See All Available Concerts



New Concerts and New Downloads


The Ramones
The Palladium - 1/7/78
Chicago
Louisville Memorial Auditorium - 6/12/74
Les Dudek
Record Plant - 11/10/74
Michael Martin Murphey
Record Plant - 7/10/74
Y&T
Record Plant - 11/8/74
Joe Cocker
Chance - 8/1/82
Patti Smith
Pavilion - 5/21/78
Pink Floyd
Oakland Coliseum Arena - 5/9/77
Leon Russell
Fillmore East - 11/20/70
Booker T. Jones
Winterland - 12/31/74


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This Week's Featured Concert




REO Speedwagon
Milwaukee Arena
Milwaukee, WI
5/3/83

REO Speedwagon is one of those bands synonymous with '80s arena rock, and this show at the Milwaukee Arena showcases them in all their long haired glory. Though they're masters of slick power ballads and radio friendly rock songs, on stage before thousands of screaming fans is where they really shine. Jump on the REO Speedwagon (cheesy pun intended), head back to their native Midwest, and remember what it was like when a band like this ruled the airwaves.
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New Concerts and New Downloads


REO Speedwagon
Milwaukee Arena - 5/3/83
Elvin Bishop
Record Plant - 12/11/75
Mike Bloomfield
Record Plant - 11/10/74
David Bromberg
Record Plant - 6/18/75
Stoneground
Record Plant - 11/9/74
UFO
Record Plant - 9/23/75
The Incredible String Band
Fillmore Auditorium - 5/11/70
Jefferson Airplane
Winterland - 3/12/67
The Ohio Players
Circle Star Theatre - 3/12/77
The Rolling Stones
Silverdome - 11/30/81
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This Week’s Featured Concert




Roger Daltrey
Orpheum Theatre
Boston, MA
12/8/1985

In 1985, Roger Daltrey’s role as the charismatic lead singer of the Who was put on hold while he toured the world as a solo artist. With a backing band comprised of powerful players in their own right, Daltrey’s shows were entertaining spectacles of musicianship and personality. While he was promoting his most recent solo album, the ambitious Under a Raging Moon, the frontman also paid homage to his classic quartet by playing crowd-pleasing Who tunes. Tune in now for a long set of classic rock ‘n’ roll.
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Ambrosia
Riverside Centroplex - 12/12/1978
James Taylor
Cape Cod Coliseum - 8/30/1975
Roger McGuinn
Mahopac Auditorium - 3/17/1984
Bon Jovi
Ripley's - 3/3/1984
Dire Straits
Majestic Theatre - 8/16/1985
George Thorogood
Warfield Theatre - 2/23/1985
Roger Daltrey
Orpheum Theatre - 12/8/1985
Stephen Stills
Palladium - 10/25/1976
The New Riders of the Purple Sage
Fillmore East - 4/26/1971
Tower of Power
Kezar Stadium - 3/23/1975










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Levon Helm and The RCO All Stars
Keene State College
Keene, NH
7/2/1977

Less than a year after the Band broke up, drummer Levon Helm brought an exceptional ensemble of musicians to Keene State College in New Hampshire. Featuring Paul Butterfield, Dr. John, Donald Dunn, Booker T. Jones, and more, this show boasts a range of material, from early Band numbers, to horn-driven arrangements, to old school blues songs. Now available for download, this All Star show is a gem from a bygone era. Listen now.
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Keene State College - 7/2/1977
Miles Davis
CBS Records Convention - 8/2/1970
Sonny Rollins
New Paltz - 5/9/1976
Robert Palmer
Wesleyan University - 11/13/1976
Foreigner
Rainbow Theatre - 6/25/1978
Blood, Sweat and Tears
Bottom Line - 11/8/1977
Boston
Long Beach Arena - 3/19/1977
James Taylor
Fillmore East - 1/25/1971
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Lenox Music Inn - 7/8/1972
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Fillmore Auditorium - 2/4/1967








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Mahavishnu Orchestra
Palace Theater
Waterbury, CT
5/19/1973

This week, we invite you into the innovative world of the great Mahavishnu Orchestra. This collection of 10 shows from the early ‘70s encompasses what a force John McLaughlin and his band of virtuosos were onstage before live audiences. Our featured show is from the final year of the classic Mahavishnu lineup at the intimate Palace Theatre in Waterbury, CT. It captures an astounding display of technical prowess and sheer intensity. Performing material from their debut album, The Inner Mounting Flame, and the searing and highly influential follow-up, Birds Of Fire, this is one of the most exceptional gems in Concert Vault.
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Palace Theater - 5/19/1973
Bonnie Raitt
Orpheum Theatre - 07/05/1979
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Yale University - 1/19/1973
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Winterland - 10/11/1968
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Lenox Music Inn - 7/8/1972
Harry Chapin
Rainbow Theatre - 09/03/1977
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Hofstra University - 04/29/1975
Cream
Oakland Coliseum Arena - 10/04/1968
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Lisner Auditorium - 4/17/1975
David Allen Coe
Memorial Stadium - 01/21/1984


Jimi Hendrix
Few musicians come close to having the sort of shattering impact on rock ‘n’ roll that Jimi Hendrix did. Known across the globe as an icon of undisputed musical genius, Hendrix brought a vivaciousness to the stage that was, and still is, unparalleled. As we remember him on the anniversary of his death, we invite you to stroll through some of the remembrances from his rock ‘n’ roll reign. Relive some of the monumental events in which Jimi took part, and bask in the glory of his guitar god presence.
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David Gilmour
Royal Albert Hall
London, England
2/9/1986

Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour is widely regarded as one of the most skilled guitarists in rock ‘n’ roll, and by the time he performed at this 1986 benefit concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, he was a dynamic and seasoned solo musician. Showcasing songs from his ’84 release, About Face, as well as tracks from the epic Floyd masterpiece, The Wall, Gilmour’s moving performance was supplemented by a cast of outstanding backing musicians. Tune into this historical set now and hear a Pink Floyd legend exploring his virtuosic solo talents.
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Peter Gabriel
Bottom Line
New York, NY
10/4/1978

Two years after leaving Genesis, prog-rock icon Peter Gabriel was forging new territory as a solo artist. Having already released two self-titled albums of dark, innovative material, Gabriel was only just beginning to tap into the terrain that made him a revered contemporary musician. At this early show at the Bottom Line, the London native played a set of moody songs that had the lucky audience begging for more.
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Steve Miller
Palace Theatre - 11/7/1973
Joy of Cooking
Lewis & Clark College - 1/16/1976
Ambrosia
Hollywood Sportatorium - 12/8/1978
Linda Ronstadt
Calderone Concert Hall - 1/29/1975
J. Geils
Cumberland County Civic Center - 10/24/1975
Peter Gabriel
Bottom Line - 10/4/1978
Krokus
Palladium - 3/4/1984
Thompson Twins
Akron Civic Center - 8/23/1984
Cheap Trick
New York City - 6/4/1979
Ted Nugent
Hammersmith Odeon - 6/4/1979









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Boston
Long Beach Arena
Long Beach, CA
3/16/1977

With one of the best selling debuts in history under their belts, by the time of this recording, Boston was riding a wave of arena rock superstardom. Having just released their platinum selling sophomore effort, Don't Look Back, this show at Long Beach Arena finds the quintet at the top of their game, delivering a signature set of familiar, rousing tunes.
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Elton John
Music Hall - 11/26/1970
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
St. Johns University - 4/24/1971
Mark-Almond
CW Post University - 2/27/1973
Fleetwood Mac
Konserthuset - 3/23/1969
Randy Newman
Lenox Music Inn - 7/29/1972
Boston
Long Beach Arena - 3/16/1977
John Denver
Ethel Kennedy Residence - 8/29/1972
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Roosevelt Raceway - 9/8/1974
David & David
Roxy - 12/17/1986
The Loading Zone
Fillmore Auditorium - 2/9/1968









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Quicksilver Messenger Service
Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, CA
11/20/1966

The music of Quicksilver Messenger Service was the sound of the psychedelic '60s-the sound that launched the Summer of Love. As an exploratory blues band alongside the likes of the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, QMS embodied the kind of acid rock experience that is still resonating in young bands out there today. Tune into this 1966 set at the Fillmore Auditorium and discover an influential band in the earliest stages of their rock 'n' roll career.
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The Isley Brothers
Palace Theatre - 11/7/1973
The Persuasions
Apollo Theatre - 9/7/1973
Johnny Winter
Palace Theatre - 11/7/1973
Taj Mahal
Lenox Music Inn - 8/12/1972
Weather Report
Lenox Music Inn - 9/2/1973
The Moody Blues
Poplar Creek Music Theatre - 8/17/1990
It's a Beautiful Day
Fillmore Auditorium - 5/24/1968
Bryan Adams
Lost Horizon - 1/28/1982
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Fillmore Auditorium - 11/20/1966
Twisted Sister
Rochester War Memorial - 7/18/1984









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Kris Kristofferson
Country Club
Reseda, CA
6/25/82

Kris Kristofferson's prolific songwriting catalog gave rise to some of the most commercially and critically successful hits in modern music. Although his limited vocal range probably kept him from becoming a huge country and pop star, his masterful songs have endured, with artists from Janis Joplin to Johnny Cash covering his compositions and making them famous. This nearly two-hour performance in Reseda, CA in the early '80s showcases almost every Kristofferson hit.
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The Flying Burrito Brothers
University Gym - 9/24/70
Joan Baez
Carter Barron Ampitheater - 7/7/75
Hoyt Axton
Carter Barron Ampitheater - 4/29/76
Stoneground
Record Plant - 3/25/75
Judy Collins
Roxy - 3/15/79
Robin Trower
Veteran's Memorial Coliseum - 10/18/77
Talking Heads
Berklee Performance Center - 8/24/79
Kris Kristofferson
Country Club - 6/25/82
Stray Cats
Metro - 12/16/82
Midnight Oil
Channel - 4/7/84








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Rory Gallagher
Bottom Line
New York, NY
11/11/78

The golden age of rock produced some legendary blues guitarists. Why Rory Gallagher didn't achieve the same fame that Hendrix, Clapton, and others did is one of the rock history's more tragic stories. Listen to this 1978 show and you'll hear the chops and soul that lead many to grant him a place in the front row of true guitar geniuses. His raw, muscular style will leave you drained but wanting more. He died too early in 1995, but his music lives on.
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The Rolling Thunder Revue
Palace Theater - 11/11/75
Mingo Lewis
Record Plant - 11/9/74
Hugh Masekela
Record Plant - 2/24/74
Suzi Quatro
Record Plant - 3/25/75
Salsa De Berkeley
Record Plant - 9/26/74 David Nichtern
Record Plant - 11/9/74
Judas Priest
Long Beach Arena - 5/5/84
Elton John
Saratoga Performing Arts Center - 7/25/82
Rory Gallagher
Bottom Line - 11/11/78
Suzanne Vega
Warfield Theatre - 8/6/87







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Rod Stewart and the Faces
Anaheim Arena
Anaheim, CA
12/30/73

Rod Stewart and the Faces had just released their swansong Ooh La La when they played this show at the Anaheim Arena in 1973. Even with the recent departure of Ronnie Lane, the band is so damn good they can't help but rock, even when they're a man down and being subverted from within by good old Rod. The magic truly unfolds with their exquisitely bloodshot and blurry renditions of the Temptations classic "I Wish it Would Rain" and Lennon's "Jealous Guy."
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Rod Stewart and the Faces
Anaheim Arena - 12/30/73
Dave Loggins
Record Plant - 7/10/74
Golden Earring
Record Plant - 4/26/75
Outlaws
Record Plant - 3/11/75
Jimmy Webb
Record Plant - 11/16/75
Livingston Taylor
Record Plant - 6/22/74
Loudon Wainwright III
Bottom Line - 4/7/78
Mark-Almond
Tower Theater - 10/21/78
Rainbow
Unknown - 11/15/82
Eddie Money
Kabuki Theatre - 4/10/79







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Bob Marley and the Wailers
Music Hall
Boston, MA
6/8/78

Bob Marley stands as one of the most beloved performers of our time. Throughout his ardent musical campaign to raise awareness and human consciousness on a global scale, he became a cultural icon, a political force, and a bona fide rock star. Along with his band the Wailers, he played at Boston's Music Hall the same month he was awarded a Peace Medal from the United Nations. This performance was truly something to behold. Relive it now.
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Bob Marley and the Wailers
Music Hall - 6/8/78
Jimmy Buffett
Record Plant - 2/19/74
Fleetwood Mac
Record Plant - 12/15/74
Melissa Manchester
Record Plant - 2/26/75
Savoy Brown
Record Plant - 11/24/75
The Tubes
Record Plant - 6/2/74
Alice Cooper
Los Angeles Forum - 7/27/75
Dolly Parton
Bottom Line - 5/13/77
John Sebastian
Berkeley Community Theatre - 4/11/70
Lee Michaels
Fillmore West - 7/23/70
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