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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
Bob Marley and the Wailers Oakland Auditorium 11/30/1979

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
Treasure Bottom Line 12/12/1977
The Rowan Brothers Fillmore West 7/2/1971
Tom Robinson Band Bottom Line 6/15/1978
Honeymoon Suite Marquee Club 3/13/1986

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
White Denim Daytrotter Studio 4/25/2008
Fleet Foxes Studio Paradiso 4/17/2008
Jolie Holland Daytrotter Studio 4/16/2007
Lightspeed Champion Big Orange Studios 5/1/2008
Deer Tick Daytrotter Studio 3/28/2008
Au Revoir Simone Daytrotter Studio 11/9/2007
Mason Proper Daytrotter Studio 3/21/2008
Peter and The Wolf Daytrotter Studio 4/4/2008

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 1:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Classic Wednesday Concerts
The Rolling Stones Capital Centre 12/9/1981
Jefferson Airplane Matrix 2/1/1968
John Hiatt Wolfgang’s 2/22/1985
Robert Palmer Ritz 6/25/1983
Mike and the Mechanics Tower Theater 6/19/1986
The Flock Warehouse 1/31/1970
Paco de Lucia Warfield Theatre 12/6/1980
Gary Morris South Florida Fair 2/1/1984
Benny Mardones Bottom Line 8/3/1978
John Parr Baltimore 4/16/1985

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2008 4:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Classic Wednesday Concerts
Aretha Franklin Fillmore West 3/5/1971
Jethro Tull Tower Theater 11/25/1987
Grateful Dead Berkeley Community Theatre 8/14/1971
Rod Stewart Anaheim Arena 8/18/1977
Mahavishnu Orchestra University of Wisconsin 3/21/1973
Chris Deburgh Edmonton 8/4/1984
Karla Bonoff Bottom Line 10/5/1977
Jonathan Edwards Bottom Line 4/8/1977
The Good Rats Bottom Line 4/1/1978
Willie and the Poor Boys Unknown 3/20/1985

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 9:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

It's time once again for the newsletter that cleans the Concert Vault's closet of musically amorphous, inconspicuous, and overlooked concerts that have been waiting to see the light of day.

Our Buried Treasure this week is the Latin leaning, Bach-inspired Procol Harum, getting their rocks off with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl in 1973, playing everything but their classic hit, "A Whiter Shade Of Pale." Oh well, it's still very cool for a band with an organ.

You won't believe what we've found in the Vault's depths this week. With a predisposition for an awkward haircut, a plaid suit and a voice to make everyone cringe, yup; Tiny Tim at the Fillmore is gonna make you feel all flowery.

Monday we look to our Midwest compatriots at Daytrotter, who are building a John Peel-like ubiquity for today's bands. There are some gems in this week's group, so do yourself a favor and start with The Botticellis, move on to The Teeth and top it off with some Delta Spirit.

Kisses - your Friday newsletter installment.



This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
Procol Harum Hollywood Bowl 09/21/1973

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
Katrina and the Waves 9:30 Club 5/16/1985
Tiny Tim Fillmore Auditorium 5/9/1968
Valerie Carter Sebring International Raceway 4/8/1977
Benny Mardones Bottom Line 8/3/1978

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
Tapes 'n Tapes Daytrotter Studio 4/7/2008
Tim Fite Big Orange Studios 5/5/2008
The Teeth Daytrotter Studio 4/11/2008
Jeffrey Lewis and the Jitters Studio Paradiso 5/8/2008
Delta Spirit Daytrotter Studio 4/14/2008
Botticellis Studio Paradiso 4/24/2008
Peter Moren Big Orange Studios 4/15/2008
Snowblink Studio Paradiso 3/27/2008

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

It's that time again. This weekend we get thematic with a focus on New York-area bands.

Who better to lead off than the big, bad Boss himself, BRUUUUUUCE! This is one of the concerts that makes us here at the Vault get wobbly in the knees, as Bruce was still relatively unknown at the time of this Berkeley show. Attention all of you Asbury Park-Jersey shore beach bums - this concert puts the hot in Nathan's dogs.

For another band who takes tri-state, east coast-aggressive-stereotype-posturing to a new level, but with minimal memorable value, check out the Good Rats at the Bottom Line in 1978.

And to complete the trifecta, on Monday turn up the 'loudest band in New York', as A Place to Bury Strangers shreds eardrums in San Francisco at last February's Noise Pop festival.

Yes, we like the current stuff just as much as the old stuff.

Sincerely - your Vault Archivists



This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
Bruce Springsteen Berkeley Community Theatre 3/2/1973

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
Simple Minds Newcastle, England 2/24/1985
The Good Rats Bottom Line 4/1/1978
Mink DeVille Bottom Line 7/1/1977
Jonathan Edwards Bottom Line 4/8/1977

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
A Place to Bury Strangers Bottom of the Hill 2/29/2008
The Walkmen Daytrotter Studio 3/24/2008
The Dodos Cafe Du Nord 2/28/2008
Kelley Stoltz Independent 2/28/2008
Port O'Brien Studio Paradiso 4/3/2008
Backyard Tire Fire Daytrotter Studio 3/26/2008
Christopher Denny Daytrotter Studio 4/9/2008
Fog Daytrotter Studio 4/16/2008

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 9:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wolfgang’s Vault Newsletter

Featured on June 25, 2008
Roger Daltrey
Tower Theater (Philadelphia, PA) 12/5/1985
Listen to the Who frontman rock Philly’s Tower Theater in December of ’85.
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See Roger Daltrey items at the Vault Store
Crawdaddy!
Tune into a special double issue with extra fun features including an interview with Dylan’s old girlfriend, a summer reading list, and more content than ever before. Enjoy!
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!

Classic Wednesday Concerts
Roger Daltrey Tower Theater 12/5/1985
Grateful Dead Zenith 10/27/1990
Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton Palladium 3/4/1977
Linda Ronstadt Universal Amphitheatre 11/3/1976
Dwight Yoakam Will Rogers Coliseum 1/1/1987
Manassas Winterland 10/7/1973
Utopia Agora Ballroom 11/3/1981
Earth Quake Winterland 12/6/1975
J.F. Murphy & Salt Capitol Theatre 3/16/1971
Country Joe McDonald Parr Meadows 9/7/1979

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 9:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

H-e-l-l-o newsletter reading people. One of the most lauded concerts in the Vault gets its due as the Buried Treasure this week. That's right, it's the LSD-pastoral-hog loving, quintessentially British band Pink Floyd's seizure inducing set from the Fillmore in 1971.

Who fans, go listen to Roger Daltrey chat about his 1985 solo tour. We've posted pre-show interviews recorded before his Philadelphia (just posted Wednesday) and Boston shows. We hope you enjoy our favorite game of connecting the musical dots as much as we do.

If you're not familiar with Death Cab for Cutie yet, then you should be. We're adding their exclusive pre-album-release Daytrotter session from April. Educate yourself and listen to it, then go buy the album.

B-sides that (I'm pun-crazy!), check out a couple obscurities from rock stardom's near misses by Nazareth and the Tom Robinson band.

Until next week - Your Vault Archivists

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
Pink Floyd Fillmore West 4/29/1970

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
Grateful Dead Zenith 10/28/1990
Nazareth Rainbow Theatre 3/7/1977
Sal Valentino Band Winterland 10/7/1973
Tom Robinson Band Bottom Line 6/16/1978
Roger Daltrey Philadelphia Interview 12/5/1985
Roger Daltrey Boston Interview 12/8/1985

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
Death Cab For Cutie Daytrotter Studio 4/28/2008
The Mountain Goats Bimbo's 365 2/29/2008
Holy F---- Bottom of the Hill 2/29/2008
Cursive Great American Music Hall 2/29/2008
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Daytrotter Studio 3/31/2008
Kristin Hersh Studio Paradiso 4/1/2008
Beatbeat Whisper Studio Paradiso 4/10/2008
Bryan Scary and the Shredding Tears Daytrotter Studio 4/2/2008

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wolfgang’s Vault Newsletter

4th of July Concerts! To commemorate Independence Day in the United States we’re putting all of this week’s concerts out today. Most of them were recorded on or near July 4th, and there are some great ones here. Fire up the barbecue and enjoy the long weekend. Cheers!

Featured on July 1, 2008
Paul McCartney
RFK Stadium (Washington, DC) 7/4/1990
Ring in the 4th of July with a set full of Beatles tunes recorded in America’s capital.
Play this concert in Concert Vault
See Paul McCartney items at the Vault Store
Crawdaddy!
Tune into a special double issue with extra fun features including a summer reading list, an interview with Dylan’s old girlfriend, and more content than ever before. Enjoy!
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!

This Week’s Classic Concerts
Paul McCartney RFK Stadium 7/4/1990
Paul McCartney Interview 8/24/1989
Lynyrd Skynyrd Oakland Coliseum Stadium 7/2/1977
Grateful Dead Fillmore West 7/2/1971
Stephen Stills Auditorium Theatre 7/2/1974
Journey Palladium 5/28/1978
Joan Baez Cumberland County Civic Center 7/3/1982
The Pointer Sisters Charlevoix 7/5/1985
Twisted Sister Fountain Casino 7/3/1983
Mahavishnu Orchestra University of Wisconsin 3/20/1973
Judas Priest Kiel Auditorium 5/23/1986
Krokus My Father’s Place 5/17/1982
Mary McCaslin & Jim Ringer Bottom Line 8/12/1977
Rick Roberts Performance Center 3/11/1974

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Featured on July 9, 2008
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Winterland (San Francisco, CA) 3/7/1976
Tune into a set of Lynyrd Skynyrd favorites captured at Winterland back in ’76.
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See Lynyrd Skynyrd items at the Vault Store
Crawdaddy!
Featuring a highly amusing read about one man’s search for a hidden soundtrack to Star Wars, this week’s issue will keep you entertained for days.
Read this issue of Crawdaddy!

Classic Wednesday Concerts
Lynyrd Skynyrd Winterland 3/7/1976
Jefferson Airplane Winterland 9/30/1966
McGuinn, Clark & Hillman Capitol Theatre 4/29/1973
Style Council Savoy 5/11/1984
Kingfish Winterland 2/7/1976
Greg Kihn Band Savoy 4/26/1981
John Sebastian Parr Meadows 9/7/1979
The Babys Bottom Line 3/23/1979
Del Fuegos Papagalio 4/17/1986
NRBQ Bottom Line 8/24/1978

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 13, 2008 5:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
The Police Zellerbach Hall 3/4/1979

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
Earth, Wind & Fire St. Louis Arena 8/10/1974
Thompson Twins Landmark Theatre 3/16/1983
Greg Kihn Band Savoy 4/26/1981
NRBQ Bottom Line 8/24/1978
The Police Interview 10/18/1982

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
Holy F--- Studio Paradiso 5/6/2008
Mika Miko Rickshaw Stop 2/26/2008
Grand Archives Independent 2/28/2008
Murder Mystery Daytrotter Studio 5/2/2008
Voxhaul Broadcast Mezzanine 2/28/2008
Sam Owens Daytrotter Studio 5/9/2008
Grayskul Daytrotter Studio 5/7/2008
The Gunshy Daytrotter Studio 4/30/2008

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 17, 2008 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jethro Tull Hammersmith Odeon 9/9/1984
Joe Cocker Tower Theater 5/1/1976
Santana Sunrise Music Theatre 11/26/1988
Grateful Dead Warehouse 2/1/1970
Styx Winterland 1/28/1978
The Tubes Winterland 12/31/1975
Hothouse Flowers Beacon Theatre 11/2/1988
Jean-Luc Ponty Tower Theater 10/21/1978
Leon Redbone Camden County College 5/13/1976
Golden Earring Winterland 4/25/1975


Wow! Shocked
I think I was AT that Tubes concert!
I know I saw them on New Years Eve, at Winterland one of those years!
yeah, god, that had to be the one
lemme check it out and google something about it, just to be sure
I remember they also had eddie money
and The Flourescent Leach and Eddie
which was the two singers who were in frank zappa's band when they did JUST ANOTHER BAND FROM LA

and before THAT they were the main singers for THE TURTLES

(Tricia Nixon's favorite band
who played at her wedding) Shocked Laughing

mark kaylin and howard volman
or mark volman and howard kaylin Rolling Eyes
i always get their last names mixed up Laughing

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

YUP! Shocked Razz Cool
http://www.sugarmegs.org/billgrahm.txt
found this in some list of bill graham shows:
12/31/75 Winterland
Tubes
Flo & Eddie
Eddie Money


they were called FLO AND EDDIE for short Laughing

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

ok
looked it up
it was Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan
THR TURTLES' biggest hit was HAPPY TOGETHER, in the mid-sixties
and the mothers of invention did a version of it
on JUST ANOTHER BAND FROM L.A.
when they were in that band Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

This weekend's Buried Treasure features Big Country, laying a proper Scottish siege on the city of Philadelphia in 1986. The boys from Dunfermline take no prisoners on this night.

We've properly balanced the remaining portions of your weekend new releases diet. Late shows / second sets from the Dead, Santana and Jean-Luc Ponty are here, and for dessert we present a short set from the Boomtown Rats.

Monday come back in to check out some great new sets, including a Daytrotter session from the currently much-hyped Ting Tings and a typically over-the-top show from crazy-eyed Monotonix, one of today's best live bands.

As always, your friendly Vault Archivists

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
Big Country Tower Theater 8/26/1986

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
Santana Sunrise Music Theatre 11/26/1988
Grateful Dead Warehouse 1/31/1970
Boomtown Rats Roxy 5/25/1980
Jean-Luc Ponty Tower Theater 10/21/1978

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
The Mountain Goats Bottom of the Hill 3/2/2008
The Ting Tings Big Orange Studios 5/13/2008
Times New Viking Daytrotter Studio 5/16/2008
Monotonix Bimbo's 365 3/1/2008
Quasi Studio Paradiso 4/29/2008
Minipop Bottom of the Hill 2/27/2008
Castanets Daytrotter Studio 5/14/2008
Mariee Sioux Daytrotter Studio 5/15/2008

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 10:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stevie Ray Vaughan Spectrum 8/17/1984
Alice Cooper Los Angeles Forum 7/27/1975
Link Wray Bottom Line 8/14/1977
Muddy Waters Blues Band Fillmore Auditorium 11/5/1966
The Neville Brothers Warfield Theatre 2/27/1989
Ambrosia Civic Auditorium 11/21/1978
It’s a Beautiful Day Fillmore Auditorium 6/20/1968
Kim Carnes Savoy 8/25/1981
Poco Fairleigh Dickinson University 5/1/1973
The Divinyls Tower Theater 1/22/1986

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 10:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Weekend in the Concert Vault

Most of you know that the foundation of our massive, butt-kickingly awesome collection of concerts is the archive of San Francisco Bay Area legend Bill Graham. This weekend, for no other reason than because we can, we feel like offering up a San Francisco theme.

As certain as a summer in San Francisco is more like a winter, Sly & the Family Stone bring it with a guaranteed energy and funk tightness as today’s Buried Treasure.

We wish It's a Beautiful Day actually meant sunshine in the City, but don't let that stop you from hearing the band corral their disparate influences at the Fillmore Auditorium in 1968. This concert tips its hat to the cultural and historical relevance of 1960s San Francisco.

A pop culture figure on a return to in-vogue status, a good-ole-SF boy capable of balancing his love for golf, drugs and Hollywood cameos equally, yes... you've been waiting for it, go Back to the Future as Huey Lewis waxes rhapsodic on success in a 1984 interview.

Great things are not accomplished by those who yield to trends, fads and popular opinion. Whoever said that was a freaking genius! The point is that the music scene in the Bay Area is still happening, exemplified by the unique sound of The Dodos. Go listen for yourself . . .

With a little love from Baghdad by the Bay,

The Friday Newsletter

This Weekend’s Buried Treasure
Sly & the Family Stone Fillmore East 10/5/1968

This Weekend’s B-Side Concerts
It's a Beautiful Day Fillmore Auditorium 5/23/1968
Huey Lewis Interview 9/17/1984
Link Wray Bottom Line 8/15/1977
Ashford and Simpson Bottom Line 2/26/1977
Commander Cody Calderone Concert Hall 8/13/1977

Upcoming Indie Monday Concerts
Islands Daytrotter Studio 5/19/2008
The Dodos Cafe Du Nord 2/28/2008
White Denim Bottom of the Hill 2/29/2008
Working for a Nuclear Free City Mezzanine 2/29/2008
Grand Archives Daytrotter Studio 5/22/2008
Mason Jennings Daytrotter Studio 5/20/2008
Julianna Barwick Daytrotter Studio 5/22/2008
A.A. Bondy Daytrotter Studio 5/21/2008

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2008 10:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Classic Wednesday Concerts
The Ramones Oakland Auditorium 10/27/1979
Rod Stewart Bellevue 12/6/1978
The Kinks University of Virginia 11/4/1972
Jefferson Airplane Winterland 10/26/1969
The New Riders of the Purple Sage Fillmore East 4/28/1971
Grateful Dead Fillmore East 4/25/1971
Jesse Colin Young Franklin Pierce College 4/29/1973
Missing Persons Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre 3/17/1985
America Universal Amphitheatre 7/3/1978
Jonathan Edwards Bottom Line 5/24/1978

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