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PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 10:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Week’s Featured Concert




Janis Joplin
Fillmore East
New York, NY
2/12/1969

Janis Joplin defined the San Francisco sound. As one of Bill Graham’s most dynamic protégés, Joplin got an explosive start with Big Brother and the Holding Company, but really began to shine upon embarking on a solo career. Here, with the Kozmic Blues Band, she turned a night at the Fillmore East into another monumental moment in rock ‘n’ roll history. Tune into Janis — and her pipes — now.
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Janis Joplin
Fillmore East - 2/12/1969
Lou Reed
Demontforte Hall - 9/27/1973
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Winterland - 4/27/1975
10,000 Maniacs
Ritz - 8/7/1987
Joe Stampley & Moe Bandy
Longhorn Ballroom - 10/29/1943
Atlanta Rhythm Section
Bottom Line - 1/25/1977
Stray Cats
Ritz - 10/18/1988
Ten Years After
Orlando - 5/8/1973
The Psychedelic Furs
Ritz - 12/2/1982
Y&T
Winterland - 11/19/1974

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 4:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault


This weekend we're releasing a mighty eclectic mix from our pop and rock oeuvre. Most of you classic rock lovers will lose your collective marbles when you hear the wizardry of Hendrix shredding at Winterland in 1968. We go a little darker with the Rock n Roll Animal-era Lou Reed making beautifully damaged music.
Then we get a little out of control with the pomp and theatrical grandeur that is Meat Loaf. Top it off with some razor-sharp synth-pop from '80s piano virtuoso Howard Jones and you have one tasty stew.
Until next week - Cheers!



This Weekend's Concerts



Jimi Hendrix Experience Winterland 10/10/1968
Lou Reed Empire Theatre 9/28/1973
Meat Loaf Music Hall 12/10/1978
Howard Jones Palace Theater 2/5/1985

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2008 8:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



This Week’s Featured Concert




Elton John
Poplar Creek
Hoffman Estates, IL
9/17/1988

By 1988, Elton John was undergoing a pivotal moment in both his personal and professional lives. For nearly 20 prolific years, John was a fixture on the rock circuit through his acclaimed studio work and colorful live performances. The same month as this Poplar Creek concert captured in September of ’88, John was battling the throes of drug and alcohol addiction, and had just days before symbolically bid adieu to his excessive stage persona by auctioning off $20 million in personal memorabilia.


New Concerts and New Downloads


Elton John
Poplar Creek - 9/17/1988
Jefferson Airplane
Winterland - 10/25/1969
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Winterland - 10/4/1973
Steve Miller Band
Winterland - 1/5/1974
America
Los Angeles - 7/4/1978
Sammy Hagar
Winterland - 11/19/1977
Eddie Money
Lexington Center - 6/29/1978
Garland Jeffreys
Bottom Line - 5/15/1978
Slade
St. Paul Civic Center - 6/11/1976
Todd Rundgren
Paradise - 2/12/1982

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2008 10:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault


It's Friday - time to crank up the dirty siblings to Wednesday's concerts.
Hear Steve Miller sing about a not-so-subtle way of approaching women in "The Joker." Then listen to Todd Rundgren performing solo; is he a perfectionist or did he have trouble finding a backing band? Next, take in scenester and New York's "next big thing" in 1982, Garland Jeffreys' late show. And to top it off, revel in 18 songs by the ex-cop, Eddie Money, from Chi-town. Check out all that reverb!
It's Friday, love it! From your good pals at the Concert Vault, your ambassador of live music. Cheers!



This Weekend's Concerts



Steve Miller Band Winterland 1/5/1974
Todd Rundgren Paradise 2/12/1982
Garland Jeffreys Bottom Line 5/16/1978
Eddie Money Park West 10/1/1982

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 7:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



This Week’s Featured Concert




Billy Joel
Olympic Stadium
Moscow, Russia
7/27/1987

With the Cold War still frosty, in 1987 Billy Joel embarked on a high-profile tour of the Soviet Union. This historic undertaking marked one of the first Western artists to perform there since the Berlin Wall was erected. Joel played six live shows that were filmed and recorded, one at which he famously threw a little onstage tantrum. This performance, captured in Moscow, shows Billy Joel bringing the musical flavor of New York City all the way to the Eastern Hemisphere.
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New Concerts and New Downloads


Billy Joel
Olympic Stadium - 7/27/1987
Styx
Winterland - 4/2/1976
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Orpheum Theatre - 3/11/1973
Santana
Beacon Theatre - 5/7/1976
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Blues Band
Bottom Line - 1/9/1978
Hall & Oates
Hampton Coliseum - 4/25/1982
Men at Work
Pep Lounge - 9/13/1982
The Sons of Champlin* Smile
Winterland - 12/1/1973
Bobby Bare
West Palm Beach - 11/5/1981
Ian Hunter with Mick Ronson
Agora Ballroom - 6/1/1979


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Note:
Sons of Champlin was a fantastic band that you never woulda heard of
unless you were from The Bay Area, in the early seventies
(Well, they had one hit called "Let's Get High"--but it may have been a regional hit--not a nation-wide or world-wide hit)
They had a great guitarist and a full horn section--when that was very
rare for a rock band--and, somehow they pissed off the record company,
and booking agents and club owners, and got black-listed, and couldn't
get any gigs anymore, and faded into obscurity, so another band, named CLOVER
copied every horn lick they ever did, and changed their name to HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS
and became very famous.
The story I heard was that when they got a recording contract--they demanded total control over their own music--back when THAT might piss off the record company--and that the music business--in the bay area, back then--was SO tightly controlled that the people in the record company got them blacklisted by all the clubs, and radio stations, and that kept them from getting any paying gigs, or radio play, so they faded from the public consciousness...
I have no idea how true or untrue this all is--but I know they dropped off the face of the earth, and then Huey Lewis and the News ended up playing all their horn licks in their own songs, NOTE FOR NOTE.


**********
Wow! Shocked
Looks like they have an official website, after all these years!

http://www.sonsofchamplin.com/

************

ok-read their history section
in that website
and it just says " Despite developing a fanatic fan base in a number of regions, the national breakthrough never arrived, and in 1977 the members dispersed to other projects."

well, that's what would happen if the people in the industry got the word out that "these boys are difficult": the "national breakthrough" just would never happen--they might release albums for you--because the contract called for that--but they wouldn't promote them--and the radio wouldn't play them--and if clubs won't book you--yer dead, sooner or later--so Huey Lewis took all the well-worked-out horn licks and put them into a more mass-popularity/type, pop-radio/friendly format, and flew with it.

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PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2008 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault


Hellooooo fine people!
Today's big daddy concert is everyone's favorite singing drummer, the satin-smooth-vocalist- membrane-thumper-turned-feature-length-animation-specialist, Phil "don't call me a front-man" Collins. But wait! We've got Quicksilver Messenger Service's headlining set from 12/1/73 at Winterland to go along with the Sons of Champlin show we released Wednesday.
Next up is Mahavishnu Orchestra with another of their freakishly agile prog-rock workouts. And last but certainly not least, you can listen to Buddy Guy and Junior Wells enjoying the libations just as much as the crowd in the Bottom Line from their stint at the NYC club in 1978.
Go forth and be merry with our tunes as we take grammatical liberties. Because we can - your friends at the Vault. Cheers!



This Weekend's Concerts



Phil Collins Tower Theater 12/10/1982
Quicksilver Messenger Service Winterland 12/1/1973
Mahavishnu Orchestra Orpheum Theatre 3/11/1973
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Blues Band Bottom Line 1/10/1978

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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 10:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Week at Wolfgang's Vault


More music, more often, and more ways to get it
We have redesigned the Concert Vault and added a ton of new music for your listening pleasure! You will find over 200 new shows from some incredible emerging artists available for streaming and free download. We've added new ways to find music and separated the concerts into their respective catalogs. We'll be releasing new concerts three times a week: Classic Wednesday, B-Side Friday, and Indie Monday. You can now embed tracks from the Concert Vault on any of your favorite sites, as well as sign up for an RSS feed of our new additions. We hope you like it; please let us know what you think.

Featured This Week
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Winterland (San Francisco, CA) 12/30/1978
Classic Wednesday showcases this set of Tom Petty favorites.
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This Week's Classic Wednesday Concerts
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Winterland 12.30.1978
J. Geils Band Winterland 11.05.1977
The Kinks Felt Forum 11.16.1972
Peter Frampton Garden State Arts Center 06.17.1986
.38 Special My Father's Place 06.08.1977
Joan Baez Palladium 05.25.1977
Link Wray Winterland 11.19.1974
Keith and Donna Winterland 10.04.1975
Mitch Ryder Austin Music Hall 08.25.1983
Sea Level Bottom Line 11.28.1978

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PostPosted: Fri May 09, 2008 8:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

We made some big changes to the Concert Vault this week. Our goal was simple - to give you easier access to more music, with a better player. We've received great feedback from many of you. Some of you have had technical problems logging in and playing concerts. We have solved most of these, but if you are still having trouble, see our updated HELP page for the latest tips, and don't hesitate to use our Contact Us page for help
We remain dedicated to bringing you the best in live music. This includes Summaries with band members and show reviews for the vast majority of our concerts. Now on to the shows!
For this week's Buried Treasure, we revisit an exclusive to the Concert Vault, the "I'm Not There" benefit concert recorded last year. Don't miss the show stealers: My Morning Jacket, Tift Merritt and The Roots.
Our Weekend B-Sides include some steaming fresh boogie funk from the Dirty Dozen Brass Band! Download and listen again and again to the band gettin' nasty at TwiRoPa in the Big Easy in '03. And we've got more Sea Level for those of you who have been digging the first show we posted on Wednesday.
And... don't forget to return on Monday, when we release eight new shows from the Daytrotter and Noise Pop catalogs. It's all new music that we think you'll love.
Because we can, and will! Your Friday installment of the Concert Vault.


This Weekend's Buried Treasure
I'm Not There Concert Beacon Theatre 11.07.2007

This Weekend's B-Side Concerts
Joan Baez Palladium 05.25.1977
Kingfish Winterland 10.04.1975
Sea Level Bottom Line 11.28.1978
The Kinks Orpheum Theater 11.12.1972
Dirty Dozen Brass Band TwiRoPa 05.01.2003

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
Andrew Bird Daytrotter Studios 10.29.2007
Blitzen Trapper Daytrotter Studios 02.18.2008
Deerhunter Daytrotter Studios 11.19.2007
Earlimart Independent 03.03.2007
Of Montreal Daytrotter Studios 10.29.2006
Rogue Wave Daytrotter Studios 01.07.2008
Roky Erickson and the Explosives Great American Music Hall 03.01.2007
The Donnas Bottom of the Hill 03.02.2007
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Featured This Week
Yes
Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum (New Haven, CT) 12/10/1974
Tune into pioneering prog-rockers Yes and this set of favorites from 1974.
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Crawdaddy!
Crawdaddy! celebrates the one-year anniversary of the rebirth with a commemorative issue — and now invites you to read the original 19 issues online!
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!

This Week’s Classic Wednesday Concerts

Yes Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum 12/10/1974
Mahavishnu Orchestra Kenyon College 02/16/1973
B.B. King Bottom Line 06/21/1978
Toots & the Maytals Winterland 11/15/1975
Al Jarreau Great American Music Hall 06/24/1977
Carl Perkins Lone Star Cafe 05/17/1983
George Thorogood Springfield Civic Center 03/16/1988
Livingston Taylor Paradise 01/07/1979
Johnny Winter San Diego 03/30/1974
James Cotton Blues Band Winterland 06/15/1973

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 12:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

It's Friday! Just in time for your weekend repose, we're putting out concerts to connect the dots to Wednesday's releases.

To answer the bluesy harp wail of James Cotton, we're adding Elvin Bishop and his swamp-slime guitar from the same night at Winterland in 1973. Dickey Betts shows his signature sound from a 1986 show in Nashville. One more from our favorite prog-fathers, The Mahavishnu Orchestra for a download. AND, we've got another rager from the Dirty Dozen Brass Band tearing the roof off in Japan three years ago in aught five. Go and listen to these heavies work it, impressive. Oh, and the B.B. King concert is no slacker either, that dude is for real!

Those of you with a musically adventurous soul should return Monday to check out a Daytrotter session from The Dodos, one of the more unique artists out there today.

We'll see ya next week with another installment of your Friday musical sauce. Cheers!

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure

Leon Russell Fillmore East 11/20/1970

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts

Dickey Betts Hermitage Landing 5/24/1986
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band Taku Taku 2/24/2005
B.B. King Bottom Line 6/21/1978
Elvin Bishop Winterland 6/15/1973
Mahavishnu Orchestra Le Grand Theatre de Quebec 1/24/1973

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts

The Dodos Daytrotter Studio 8/23/2007
French Kicks Slim's 3/1/2007
Menomena Daytrotter Studio 8/20/2007
Seawolf Independent 3/3/2007
So Many Dynamos Great American Music Hall 3/2/2007
The Headlights Daytrotter Studio 1/17/2007
Yeasayer Daytrotter Studio 9/3/2007
Casiotone For The Painfully Alone Daytrotter Studio 5/14/2006

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Featured This Week
Steppenwolf
Fillmore West (San Francisco, CA) 8/28/1968
Steppenwolf played the Fillmore West the summer “Born to Be Wild” was released.
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This Week's Classic Wednesday Concerts

Steppenwolf Fillmore West 8/28/1968
Grateful Dead Fillmore East 4/26/1971
Lou Reed Oval Hall 9/29/1973
Carl Perkins Lone Star Cafe 5/17/1983
Jesse Winchester Bottom Line 5/1/1977
Modern English Ritz 3/14/1984
Scandal Agora Ballroom 7/15/1983
Simple Minds Irvington, NJ 5/27/1984
The Babys Agora Ballroom 7/9/1979

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PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2008 9:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

We're back with your weekend supply of Concert Vault goodness. Relax, listen, and be merry!

To kick off this Memorial Day weekend we could think of no Buried Treasure better than this 4th of July Creedence Clearwater Revival show. This is raw and raucous rock at its finest as Fogerty leads the boys through a roaring set. If the weather's hot, queue up the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to cool down. Or continue our exploration of Lou Reed's 1973 tour and listen to the boys rip it up in Newcastle.

Speaking of ripping it up, you've gotta smile listening to Rick Springfield blast through "Jessie's Girl." This could be the #1 show in the Vault in terms of female pre-teen audience screaming. Then bring it back to reality with Jesse Winchester's late show at the Bottom Line, tasty stuff.

And during your cookout on Monday throw on one of our Indie Monday releases. We suggest Grand Ole Party or Dirty Projectors - you'll love 'em.

All of us at the Vault wish you and yours a wonderful long weekend. Cheers!

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure

Creedence Clearwater Reviva Fillmore West 7/4/1971

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts

Preservation Hall Jazz Band Fillmore West 9/1/1968
Lou Reed City Hall 9/30/1973
Jesse Winchester Bottom Line 5/1/1977
Rick Springfield Prairie Capital Convention Center 9/3/1983

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts

Dirty Projectors Daytrotter Studio 10/26/2007
Autolux Independent 3/2/2007
Grand Ole Party Daytrotter Studio 1/28/2008
Damien Jurado Independent 2/28/2007
The Spinto Band Rickshaw Stop 3/3/2007
White Williams Daytrotter Studio 12/10/2007
Frog Eyes Daytrotter Studio 6/25/2006

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PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2008 10:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Week at Wolfgang’s Vault

Featured This Week
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA) 2/4/1968
Jimi in all his guitar god glory took to the Fillmore in 1968 for another historic concert.
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Crawdaddy!
To celebrate the lovely spring time weather, this issue of Crawdaddy! is heavy on the folk scene, both past and present.
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!

This Week’s Classic Wednesday Concerts

Jimi Hendrix Experience Fillmore Auditorium 2/4/1968
The Sons of Champlin Winterland 10/4/1975
Muddy Waters Winterland 9/30/1966
Judas Priest Kansas City 5/22/1986
The Hooters Tower Theater 10/31/1985
B.B. King Bottom Line 6/22/1978
Joan Armatrading Hammersmith Odeon 11/1/1977
Black Oak Arkansas Winterland 3/30/1974
The Oak Ridge Boys Reunion Arena 7/21/1983
Be Bop Deluxe Oxford New Theatre 3/19/1978



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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2008 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

The weekend is upon us once again. What better way to kick it off than some Buried Treasure from AC/DC - let this one rip and rip it loud!

We are very excited to make the Preservation Hall Jazz Band's Tanglewood show available for download. Also this weekend, enjoy some Michael McDonald-era Doobie Brothers, or get down with B.B. King in a great 1978 show at the Bottom Line. Or if you want to put some spandex on and bang your head a little, check out Axe. Whew!

Don't forget to have your Monday morning coffee with some tasty indie treats. Check out the Daytrotter session from Mates of State, a very cool keyboards and percussion duo with some great songs.

From us to you - Cheers!

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure

AC/DC Towson State College 10/16/1979

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts

Preservation Hall Jazz Band Tanglewood 7/21/1970
The Doobie Brothers Oakland Coliseum Arena 12/28/1978
B.B. King Bottom Line 6/22/1978
Axe Agora Ballroom 8/21/1982

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts

Mates of State Daytrotter Studio 12/18/2006
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Daytrotter Studio 3/23/2006
White Rabbits Daytrotter Studio 7/16/2007
Evangelicals Daytrotter Studio 3/8/2007
Two Gallants Daytrotter Studio 7/23/2006
Tilly and The Wall Daytrotter Studio 4/2/2007
Midlake Bottom of the Hill 3/4/2007
Malajube Independent 3/2/2007

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Wolfgang’s Vault Newsletter

Announcement

Wolfgang’s Vault is pleased to announce a major agreement with Universal Music Group. Soon, we expect to make many more recordings by great UMG artists from the Bill Graham, King Biscuit and other catalogs available for download. We will continue to stream for free thousands of recordings from all types of artists.

Featured on June 4, 2008
Van Morrison
Fillmore West (San Francisco, CA) 4/26/1970
On the heels of Moondance, Van Morrison took his blue-eyed soul to the Fillmore West.
Play this concert in Concert Vault
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Crawdaddy!
With a feature story on alt-country rockers the Drive-By Truckers, this week’s issue is a well-rounded exploration of all things rock.
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!

Classic Wednesday Concerts
Van Morrison Fillmore West 4/26/1970
Ozzy Osbourne Kansas City 4/28/1986
Billy Idol Poplar Creek 6/1/1984
Robert Cray Oakland Coliseum Arena 4/11/1987
Greg Kihn Band Trocadero 4/22/1986
Mahavishnu Orchestra Bowdoin College 10/25/1973
Treasure Bottom Line 12/12/1977
Joan Armatrading Odeon 11/17/1977
Scandal Detroit 10/22/1984
Honeymoon Suite Pittsburgh 8/30/1984


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