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new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: mnewman505 ()
Date: September 13, 2013 20:40

they keep adding shows every few months and on many they are too lazy to do the track breaks but these are superb mostly unedited off the soundboard..I pay $29.99/yr to listen to their entire vault, it's worth it in my eyes as they have tons of other major artists. i stream them while at work.

just listened to:

CNE Stadium, Toronto 9/3/89, never heard that one before, solid show.

full list of Stones shows here:

[www.concertvault.com]

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: rollmops ()
Date: September 13, 2013 21:02

I have been a user of the Wolfgang'sVault from the start. If I meet somebody new who loves rock and roll I always encourage the person to check out the Vault's; it is a treasure. It used to be free for streaming but now it's a small annual fee ($30). Really great.
Rock and roll,
Mops

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: lettingitbleed ()
Date: September 13, 2013 21:33

well....I too have been listening to the Vault for years. BUT I pay nothing for it!

I use the iphone/ipad app for it and happened to notice on the website that they planned to charge for it soon. So, when the next app update came through (ver 4.0) I did not update it. It still plays free! Though I am not getting new show updates, at least the Vault is there for free as long as I avoid updating the app.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: pmk251 ()
Date: September 13, 2013 22:50

In 1972 the band played at Winterland. I would be very surprised if those shows were NOT recorded by BG, but nothing has yet surfaced. I am still hoping.....

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: PhilipStaniforth ()
Date: September 13, 2013 23:15

This used to be free without having to register. Didn't realise they had changed it.thumbs down

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: September 13, 2013 23:48

That's the way Internet works first it's for free and if it gets too popular you'll have to pay for it

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Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: crumbling_mice ()
Date: September 13, 2013 23:52

SHouldn't have to pay anything for it, either to listen or download...unless they are passing on the profits to the artists.


Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: NoCode0680 ()
Date: September 14, 2013 00:06

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crumbling_mice
SHouldn't have to pay anything for it, either to listen or download...unless they are passing on the profits to the artists.

Well, the companies that released all those bootlegs over the years didn't either, but they didn't give them away. I don't know if that store at Wolfgang's Vault makes enough money to pay all their bills, I've been going there for years and haven't purchased a thing. Most people go there for the music, and I hate it that it's no longer free, but not surprised.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: mnewman505 ()
Date: September 14, 2013 00:18

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crumbling_mice
SHouldn't have to pay anything for it, either to listen or download...unless they are passing on the profits to the artists.
This is a fully legal and legit site, they are doing nothing shady here, this is part of the Bill Graham archive. If you listen to these you can tell they are the raw board tapes right from the BGP vault. They have many major artists on here. Plus paying $29.99 for unlimited high quality streaming for a year is hardly unreasonable given the wealth of content they offer. This isn't like walking into a used CD shop in 1995 and paying $40 bucks for one bootleg Stones show on CD. The hilarious thing is that they are so lazy now they just upload the entire reels or DATs they find in the vault as one giant file and ask the fans to send them the track listings.



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Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: Silver Dagger ()
Date: September 14, 2013 01:05

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PhilipStaniforth
This used to be free without having to register. Didn't realise they had changed it.thumbs down

His Majesty, is that you?

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: September 14, 2013 01:36

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Silver Dagger
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PhilipStaniforth
This used to be free without having to register. Didn't realise they had changed it.thumbs down

His Majesty, is that you?

No, I am still me. grinning smiley

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: MingSubu ()
Date: September 14, 2013 01:42

Sorry, was in the first post the whole time. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out



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Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: tornnfrayed ()
Date: September 14, 2013 06:35

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pmk251
In 1972 the band played at Winterland. I would be very surprised if those shows were NOT recorded by BG, but nothing has yet surfaced. I am still hoping.....

Really, I hear you. They were recorded and filmed for close circuit TV and over the years Graham would occasionally screen them for Winterland audiences waiting for other shows to start. That was the SOP with Winterland shows. Graham would always show old shows on the big screen as the audience filtered in and waited. But who knows where those Stones 72 shows are now and when, if ever, we will get to hear them.

You know when Wolfgang's vault started I was hopeful that we would get the Stones 72 shows. but I have pretty much given up now. Wolffangg's vault just seems to release the crappy shows that we have no interest in listeing to or that have already been releasesd in one form or another.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: September 14, 2013 16:18

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NICOS
That's the way Internet works first it's for free and if it gets too popular you'll have to pay for it


Thats the way heroin, cocaine and that damnable Nutella work too...

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: September 14, 2013 17:53

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Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: alimente ()
Date: September 14, 2013 22:53

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tornnfrayed
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pmk251
In 1972 the band played at Winterland. I would be very surprised if those shows were NOT recorded by BG, but nothing has yet surfaced. I am still hoping.....

Really, I hear you. They were recorded and filmed for close circuit TV and over the years Graham would occasionally screen them for Winterland audiences waiting for other shows to start. That was the SOP with Winterland shows. Graham would always show old shows on the big screen as the audience filtered in and waited. But who knows where those Stones 72 shows are now and when, if ever, we will get to hear them.

You know when Wolfgang's vault started I was hopeful that we would get the Stones 72 shows. but I have pretty much given up now. Wolffangg's vault just seems to release the crappy shows that we have no interest in listeing to or that have already been releasesd in one form or another.

There's some stuff that is obviously not in their hands or at least control. The Oakland 1969 2nd show soundboard for example - partly broadcasted, introduced by Bill Graham, even mentioning "...we recorded it on 8-track...", but just like Winterland, it hasn't shown up so far.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: tornnfrayed ()
Date: September 15, 2013 04:42

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alimente
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tornnfrayed
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pmk251
In 1972 the band played at Winterland. I would be very surprised if those shows were NOT recorded by BG, but nothing has yet surfaced. I am still hoping.....

Really, I hear you. They were recorded and filmed for close circuit TV and over the years Graham would occasionally screen them for Winterland audiences waiting for other shows to start. That was the SOP with Winterland shows. Graham would always show old shows on the big screen as the audience filtered in and waited. But who knows where those Stones 72 shows are now and when, if ever, we will get to hear them.

You know when Wolfgang's vault started I was hopeful that we would get the Stones 72 shows. but I have pretty much given up now. Wolffangg's vault just seems to release the crappy shows that we have no interest in listeing to or that have already been releasesd in one form or another.

There's some stuff that is obviously not in their hands or at least control. The Oakland 1969 2nd show soundboard for example - partly broadcasted, introduced by Bill Graham, even mentioning "...we recorded it on 8-track...", but just like Winterland, it hasn't shown up so far.



Yes, I wonder about the 69 shows as well, knowing the soundboard which is quite good. I imagine that the guy who bought the archives some years ago and who now runs Wolfgang's Vault probably has this stuff but the Stones won't allow him to release it.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: VideoJames ()
Date: September 15, 2013 09:39

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tornnfrayed
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alimente
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tornnfrayed
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pmk251
In 1972 the band played at Winterland. I would be very surprised if those shows were NOT recorded by BG, but nothing has yet surfaced. I am still hoping.....

Really, I hear you. They were recorded and filmed for close circuit TV and over the years Graham would occasionally screen them for Winterland audiences waiting for other shows to start. That was the SOP with Winterland shows. Graham would always show old shows on the big screen as the audience filtered in and waited. But who knows where those Stones 72 shows are now and when, if ever, we will get to hear them.

You know when Wolfgang's vault started I was hopeful that we would get the Stones 72 shows. but I have pretty much given up now. Wolffangg's vault just seems to release the crappy shows that we have no interest in listeing to or that have already been releasesd in one form or another.

There's some stuff that is obviously not in their hands or at least control. The Oakland 1969 2nd show soundboard for example - partly broadcasted, introduced by Bill Graham, even mentioning "...we recorded it on 8-track...", but just like Winterland, it hasn't shown up so far.



Yes, I wonder about the 69 shows as well, knowing the soundboard which is quite good. I imagine that the guy who bought the archives some years ago and who now runs Wolfgang's Vault probably has this stuff but the Stones won't allow him to release it.

Bill Graham not only tape (audio) recorded the 69 Show but he also video taped the show. As you know some of the audio from that show was bootleged. I tried to track the Video tape down, but what I was lead to believe from looking was the video was either lost in the big fire Graham had many years back (he lost lots & lots of stuff from that fire) or it was stolen. Ethan Russell's photo book has a photo of that show and you can see the video camera on stage video taping the show. As far as a 72 S.F. Board show goes, it was recorded "sound board" but only two or three songs ever surfaced "Soundboard" as far as I know. The rest probably exist but has yet to surface. But what I do know is there is lots of footage from the Stones 78 show from S.F. in the vaults, that has yet to come out, so who know when it will come out.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: tornnfrayed ()
Date: September 15, 2013 09:54

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VideoJames
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tornnfrayed
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alimente
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tornnfrayed
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pmk251
In 1972 the band played at Winterland. I would be very surprised if those shows were NOT recorded by BG, but nothing has yet surfaced. I am still hoping.....

Really, I hear you. They were recorded and filmed for close circuit TV and over the years Graham would occasionally screen them for Winterland audiences waiting for other shows to start. That was the SOP with Winterland shows. Graham would always show old shows on the big screen as the audience filtered in and waited. But who knows where those Stones 72 shows are now and when, if ever, we will get to hear them.

You know when Wolfgang's vault started I was hopeful that we would get the Stones 72 shows. but I have pretty much given up now. Wolffangg's vault just seems to release the crappy shows that we have no interest in listeing to or that have already been releasesd in one form or another.

There's some stuff that is obviously not in their hands or at least control. The Oakland 1969 2nd show soundboard for example - partly broadcasted, introduced by Bill Graham, even mentioning "...we recorded it on 8-track...", but just like Winterland, it hasn't shown up so far.



Yes, I wonder about the 69 shows as well, knowing the soundboard which is quite good. I imagine that the guy who bought the archives some years ago and who now runs Wolfgang's Vault probably has this stuff but the Stones won't allow him to release it.

Bill Graham not only tape (audio) recorded the 69 Show but he also video taped the show. As you know some of the audio from that show was bootleged. I tried to track the Video tape down, but what I was lead to believe from looking was the video was either lost in the big fire Graham had many years back (he lost lots & lots of stuff from that fire) or it was stolen. Ethan Russell's photo book has a photo of that show and you can see the video camera on stage video taping the show. As far as a 72 S.F. Board show goes, it was recorded "sound board" but only two or three songs ever surfaced "Soundboard" as far as I know. The rest probably exist but has yet to surface. But what I do know is there is lots of footage from the Stones 78 show from S.F. in the vaults, that has yet to come out, so who know when it will come out.

Those three songs from Winterland 72 that are supposedly soundboard are in fact not. You see them listed on boots occassionally but they are always the same songs from an audience tape of the show. The Winterland shows were also video-taped and I can remember at least one occasion when they were shown at Winterland prior to another show. This was back in the mid to late 70s.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: VideoJames ()
Date: September 15, 2013 10:22

"Those three songs from Winterland 72 that are supposedly soundboard are in fact not. You see them listed on boots occassionally but they are always the same songs from an audience tape of the show. The Winterland shows were also video-taped and I can remember at least one occasion when they were shown at Winterland prior to another show. This was back in the mid to late 70s".

tornnfrayed
I have some boot L.P.'s from the Winterland Show, that are "good" quality but definetly not "board".
But before any boots from that show ever came out I got a 'reel to reel' tape of only 2/3 songs from Winterland, I believe they were the last three songs of the set. Are those the ones you are speaking of?? The quality of those were definetly not from the audience, if they are, they used the best microphones ever. I will have to dig them up again and give them a listen, if I recall though there was no audience sounds during and in between the songs. I wonder what happened to the 72 Winterland videos, do you recall how many cameras they use for that show. How much of the video from the 72 Winterland show did they show when you saw it (1 song,5 songs the whole show?) Thanks for your reply

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: tornnfrayed ()
Date: September 15, 2013 15:16

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VideoJames
"Those three songs from Winterland 72 that are supposedly soundboard are in fact not. You see them listed on boots occassionally but they are always the same songs from an audience tape of the show. The Winterland shows were also video-taped and I can remember at least one occasion when they were shown at Winterland prior to another show. This was back in the mid to late 70s".

tornnfrayed
I have some boot L.P.'s from the Winterland Show, that are "good" quality but definetly not "board".
But before any boots from that show ever came out I got a 'reel to reel' tape of only 2/3 songs from Winterland, I believe they were the last three songs of the set. Are those the ones you are speaking of?? The quality of those were definetly not from the audience, if they are, they used the best microphones ever. I will have to dig them up again and give them a listen, if I recall though there was no audience sounds during and in between the songs. I wonder what happened to the 72 Winterland videos, do you recall how many cameras they use for that show. How much of the video from the 72 Winterland show did they show when you saw it (1 song,5 songs the whole show?) Thanks for your reply

Those were the songs, Rip This Joint, JJF and SFM. I think they were included on the IMP Winter Tour 73 CD and listed there as "soundboard" and they have been listed elsewhere as soundboard. I think unscrupulous bootleggers ( is that redundant ?) do it to sell more CDs. But they definitely are not soundboard sources. There is little crowd noise, you are right. But the music is clearly taped from the audience. And I have seen other references on IORR about those three Winterland songs and no one seems to think they are soundboard.

Regarding the video, I did not see it but I remember reading a review of a Winterland show sometime in the 1970s, in which it was specifically mentioned that the Stones Winterland show was screened before a concert. It may have been before the Stones played at the Cow Palace in 75. The Stones Cow Palace dates were first announced at a Lynard Skynard concert at Winterland in the spring of 75 so it may have been then. But I definitely remember the reference in the paper.

FYI, Graham used to have two cameras at Winterland. They were in front of the stage, one to each side. I think most, thought not all, shows were filmed, all in BW and not very good quality. When I think about it now, I can remember those guys climbing into their little chairs to begin filming before the show would begin. Here is a mention of the video system on a winterland website.
[www.thrasherswheat.org]

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: CousinC ()
Date: September 15, 2013 18:46

The quality of those B. Graham recordings mostly weren't very good. At least not in todays standards.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: ash ()
Date: September 15, 2013 21:39

I like WV but i wish they still did shows in FLAC. I also wish they were more forthcoming in giving details of the shows they do have so maybe we could request shows. Crosby era Byrds ? Buffalo Springfield ? Syd's Pink Floyd ? Stones ? Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac ?
They may or may not have no more,some or loads of the above. They do also ocassionally edit tapes for no apparent reason an example being Green Manalishi at the Cue Club by Peter Green's Mac (buy it and all other Green era shows).
On the plus side they do pay the artists and we get to hear some storming shows for what is a pretty reasonable price (although sadly now only in mp3).
I am not certain but i believe they are still in the process of transferring many old tapes which is time consuming and sometimes specialist work.
I give them 7.5/10 and my subscription money and look forward to some more great shows.
Finally, when i've had download problems they have addressed them courteously and swiftly.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: Mathijs ()
Date: September 23, 2013 23:04

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VideoJames
"Those three songs from Winterland 72 that are supposedly soundboard are in fact not. You see them listed on boots occassionally but they are always the same songs from an audience tape of the show. The Winterland shows were also video-taped and I can remember at least one occasion when they were shown at Winterland prior to another show. This was back in the mid to late 70s".

tornnfrayed
I have some boot L.P.'s from the Winterland Show, that are "good" quality but definetly not "board".
But before any boots from that show ever came out I got a 'reel to reel' tape of only 2/3 songs from Winterland, I believe they were the last three songs of the set. Are those the ones you are speaking of?? The quality of those were definetly not from the audience, if they are, they used the best microphones ever. I will have to dig them up again and give them a listen, if I recall though there was no audience sounds during and in between the songs. I wonder what happened to the 72 Winterland videos, do you recall how many cameras they use for that show. How much of the video from the 72 Winterland show did they show when you saw it (1 song,5 songs the whole show?) Thanks for your reply

The three closing Winterland tracks are available in SB, but I have yet to see any video of it. I guess it exists as footage was used for CS Blues.

Mathijs

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: barbabang ()
Date: September 23, 2013 23:41

Very nice WV add shows from their vault, but be careful, almost every stones show is too slow! Why is that not corrected in the proper speed? Can not understand that. Until then no sale for me.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: September 23, 2013 23:42

What I find puzzling is they have 89 and 94 shows in the vaults, that is shows that took place after Graham was kicked out of the Stones circus and replaced by Cohl.

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: barbabang ()
Date: September 23, 2013 23:46

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dcba
What I find puzzling is they have 89 and 94 shows in the vaults, that is shows that took place after Graham was kicked out of the Stones circus and replaced by Cohl.

Good point!

Also frustating that some shows are not complete or have songs patched in from other shows (without telling that) I think at least for one show from 1978 (don't know what show it was)

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: Mathijs ()
Date: September 23, 2013 23:55

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dcba
What I find puzzling is they have 89 and 94 shows in the vaults, that is shows that took place after Graham was kicked out of the Stones circus and replaced by Cohl.

Cause in '89 for parts of the tour Graham was still the promotor, and for the '94 tour Clear Channel was the promoter, who was the owner of Bill Graham Presents after Graham's death.

Mathijs

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: Title5Take1 ()
Date: September 24, 2013 01:19

Thanks for the link. In the Mick `82 interview he says he turned down movie roles he should have accepted because he was "too grand." I wonder what roles?

Re: new shows on Wolfgang's Vault
Posted by: Sighunt ()
Date: September 24, 2013 02:49

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mnewman505
they keep adding shows every few months and on many they are too lazy to do the track breaks but these are superb mostly unedited off the soundboard..I pay $29.99/yr to listen to their entire vault, it's worth it in my eyes as they have tons of other major artists. i stream them while at work.

just listened to:

CNE Stadium, Toronto 9/3/89, never heard that one before, solid show.

full list of Stones shows here:

[www.concertvault.com]

I'm very curious. Is this the same Toronto 89 soundboard show that has circulated for many years as incomplete? If it is, that was a pretty decent early show from the tour.

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