Bill Graham recovers his name, Wolfgang Grajonca, and the music from the live shows he produced is set free for us all to hear at Wolfgang’s Vault. The concert recordings are streamed in a 128k radio-like format and are not yet available for download (I hear you’ll be able to purchase music sometime this summer. So far I’ve heard some very strong covers including Lighthouse’s take of the Byrds’ “Eight Miles High” (recorded in 1969) and the Staple Singers’ version of Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth” (1968) as well as early live versions of James Taylor’s “Fire and Rain” (1970) and Bruce Springstein’s “Blinded by the Light” (1973).
Like radio, you have to take it as it comes. No pause. No playback. All surprises. Just now hearing Cream doing “Sunsite of Your Love” (1968).
Damn! Just caught Grace Slick and the Great Society doing “White Rabbit” at the Fillmore in 1966 before she joined the Jefferson Airplane.

2 Responses to “Wolfgang’s Vault – Concerts come Live”
  1. michael says:

    trying to find the free song playlist….help

  2. Paul says:

    The entire list isn’t where I can find it either. The list called “In Rotation” on the Vault Radio page is as close as they come to a real play list. Also the “Recently Heard on Vault Radio” lists the last 8 or so songs played.

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