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Greg Kihn - The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em) - 7/6/1981 - unknown (Official)
 
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Greg Kihn - The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em) Recorded Live: 7/6/1981 - unknown - , More Greg Kihn at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 1355841 Rock on MV
Link Wray - Rumble - 11/19/1974 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Link Wray - Rumble Recorded Live: 11/19/1974 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Link Wray at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 388500 Rock on MV
J. Geils Band - Whammer Jammer - 11/5/1977 - Winterland (Official)
 
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J. Geils Band - Whammer Jammer Recorded Live: 11/5/1977 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More J. Geils Band at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 124763 Rock on MV
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Stray Cat Strut - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Stray Cat Strut Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 213636 Rock on MV
Sisters Of Glory - Walk Around Heaven All Day (Thelma Houston) - 8/14/1994 - Woodstock 94 (Official)
 
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Sisters Of Glory - Walk Around Heaven All Day (Thelma Houston) Recorded Live: 8/14/1994 - Woodstock 94 - Saugerties, NY More Sisters Of Glory at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Thelma Houston - vocals Mavis Staples - vocals CeCe Peniston - vocals Phoebe Snow - vocals Lois Walden - vocals & narration Summary: This is 5 worldclass singers focusing exclusively on gospel music. They are Thelma Houston, Mavis Staples, Phoebe Snow, CeCe Peniston and Lois Walden. Turns out they released one album around this time and that was it (and the album did not have Mavis Staples in the group).
Views: 36119 Rock on MV
Styx - Lady - 1/28/1978 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Styx - Lady Recorded Live: 1/28/1978 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Styx at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: James "J.Y." Young - vocals, guitar Tommy Shaw - vocals, guitar Chuck Panozzo - bass guitar Dennis de Young - vocals, keyboards John Panozzo - drums Summary: Just compare Styx's "Suite Madame Blue" with Led Zeppelin's "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" and it will become clear to any doubters why Styx was able to find a very happy home at AOR radio stations between 1971 and the late-1980s. This show, taken from the Bill Graham archives, shows them near their commercial peak after the release of the initial A&M releases Equinox, Crystal Ball, and The Grand Illusion. The group emerged from a popular Chicago club act, the Tradewinds, that featured brothers John and Chuck Panozzo (on bass and drums) and vocalist/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung. Eventually the Tradewinds broke up, and the Panozzos and DeYoung formed Styx with guitarists JY Young and John Curulewski. The group signed with an RCA label offshoot, Wooden Nickel Records, and became a regional sensation, fueled by the rock ballad, "Lady." After four albums with that label, they moved to A&M. John Curulewski left after the first release, Equinox, and was replaced by the excellent vocalist and guitarist, Tommy Shaw. With the power of the A&M publicity and radio staff behind them, and with a roster of commercially appealing songs such as "The Grand Illusion," "Lorelei," "Fooling Yourself (Palm Of Your Hands)," "Suite Madame Blue," "Crystal Ball," "Light Up," and "Come Sail Away" (all featured here at this Winterland show), Styx soon became one of the most popular FM rock bands in America. Eventually the members of the band began to fight amongst themselves, led by Shaw (who felt the band needed to be positioned in a more hard rock vein) and DeYoung (who envisioned a more theatrical and Broadway-driven format.) After this tour, their albums, arguably, became more and more contrived. Eventually Styx split in 1984. Shaw formed Damn Yankees with Ted Nugent, and DeYoung launched a solo career that was only moderately successful at best. The band reunited in the 1990s, but without John Panozzo, who had died from alcohol related issues. The reunion was a surprise success but eventually the rift between Shaw and DeYoung resurfaced. When DeYoung took a leave to recuperate from an eye ailment, the band regrouped with a new singer. DeYoung tried to sue, and in 2001 the two parties settled. Shaw and Young now front a newer version of Styx (Chuck Panozzo left after contracting AIDS). De Young, after getting his Broadway fix out with a failed album of classics from the Great White Way, tours as "the former vocalist of Styx."
Views: 174044 Rock on MV
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Rock This Town - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Rock This Town Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 236905 Rock on MV
Joe Cocker - You Are So Beautiful - 8/13/1994 - Woodstock 94 (Official)
 
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Joe Cocker - You Are So Beautiful Recorded Live: 8/13/1994 - Woodstock 94 - Saugerties, NY More Joe Cocker at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 89908 Rock on MV
Styx - Crystal Ball - 1/28/1978 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Styx - Crystal Ball Recorded Live: 1/28/1978 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Styx at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: James "J.Y." Young - vocals, guitar Tommy Shaw - vocals, guitar Chuck Panozzo - bass guitar Dennis de Young - vocals, keyboards John Panozzo - drums Summary: Just compare Styx's "Suite Madame Blue" with Led Zeppelin's "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" and it will become clear to any doubters why Styx was able to find a very happy home at AOR radio stations between 1971 and the late-1980s. This show, taken from the Bill Graham archives, shows them near their commercial peak after the release of the initial A&M releases Equinox, Crystal Ball, and The Grand Illusion. The group emerged from a popular Chicago club act, the Tradewinds, that featured brothers John and Chuck Panozzo (on bass and drums) and vocalist/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung. Eventually the Tradewinds broke up, and the Panozzos and DeYoung formed Styx with guitarists JY Young and John Curulewski. The group signed with an RCA label offshoot, Wooden Nickel Records, and became a regional sensation, fueled by the rock ballad, "Lady." After four albums with that label, they moved to A&M. John Curulewski left after the first release, Equinox, and was replaced by the excellent vocalist and guitarist, Tommy Shaw. With the power of the A&M publicity and radio staff behind them, and with a roster of commercially appealing songs such as "The Grand Illusion," "Lorelei," "Fooling Yourself (Palm Of Your Hands)," "Suite Madame Blue," "Crystal Ball," "Light Up," and "Come Sail Away" (all featured here at this Winterland show), Styx soon became one of the most popular FM rock bands in America. Eventually the members of the band began to fight amongst themselves, led by Shaw (who felt the band needed to be positioned in a more hard rock vein) and DeYoung (who envisioned a more theatrical and Broadway-driven format.) After this tour, their albums, arguably, became more and more contrived. Eventually Styx split in 1984. Shaw formed Damn Yankees with Ted Nugent, and DeYoung launched a solo career that was only moderately successful at best. The band reunited in the 1990s, but without John Panozzo, who had died from alcohol related issues. The reunion was a surprise success but eventually the rift between Shaw and DeYoung resurfaced. When DeYoung took a leave to recuperate from an eye ailment, the band regrouped with a new singer. DeYoung tried to sue, and in 2001 the two parties settled. Shaw and Young now front a newer version of Styx (Chuck Panozzo left after contracting AIDS). De Young, after getting his Broadway fix out with a failed album of classics from the Great White Way, tours as "the former vocalist of Styx."
Views: 171723 Rock on MV
Styx - Suite Madame Blue - 4/2/1976 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Styx - Suite Madame Blue Recorded Live: 4/2/1976 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Styx at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: James "J.Y." Young - vocals, guitar Tommy Shaw - vocals, guitar Chuck Panozzo - bass guitar Dennis de Young - vocals, keyboards John Panozzo - drums Summary: In their first San Francisco appearance, Styx lights up a hot set culled from their first A&M release, Equinox, and peppered by entries from their Wooden Nickel days. Guitarist John Curulewski left the band after the release of Equinox at the tail-end of 1975, and was quickly replaced for promotional-touring duties by Tommy Shaw. Shaw's influence as a hit-maker would become apparent with the release of "Mademoiselle," a Top-40 hit that was his recorded vocal debut, and released in October of 1976 on the Crystal Ball LP. (Apparently none of Crystal Ball had been conceived of at the time of this recording, as the LP is absent from this show.) Shaw is introduced on the second song of the set, "22 Years" (an old Curulewski song, incidentally), with the encouragement: "Tommy! Some rock and roll for San Francisco." And between his guitar work and high-pitched voice, Shaw makes his presence felt. The synth keys become a fixture on "Lorelei," from the Equinox record. At the end of that number, 6:20 into the track, de Young can be heard muttering curses at his keyboard, as the instrument is just as integral to the following "You Need Love," from Styx II. Five of the eight songs contained in this set are culled from Equinox. Only the aforementioned "You Need Love" and "22 Years," as well as "Lady" appeared on the earlier Wooden Nickel Records releases. But "Lady" was especially important to Styx's career. It had been recorded for Styx II, and was a favorite on their local Chicago circuit, but it incidentally led to their deal with A&M, and became a national hit when it was re-released two albums after its original date. Styx has just broken into the mainstream at the time of this recording, and apparently giving the full country their first go-around. You can hear the well-seasoned, yet still commercially young, band enjoying themselves, as they elicit many whoops and hollers throughout the show.
Views: 349820 Rock on MV
Styx - Man In The Wilderness - 1/28/1978 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Styx - Man In The Wilderness Recorded Live: 1/28/1978 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Styx at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: James "J.Y." Young - vocals, guitar Tommy Shaw - vocals, guitar Chuck Panozzo - bass guitar Dennis de Young - vocals, keyboards John Panozzo - drums Summary: Just compare Styx's "Suite Madame Blue" with Led Zeppelin's "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" and it will become clear to any doubters why Styx was able to find a very happy home at AOR radio stations between 1971 and the late-1980s. This show, taken from the Bill Graham archives, shows them near their commercial peak after the release of the initial A&M releases Equinox, Crystal Ball, and The Grand Illusion. The group emerged from a popular Chicago club act, the Tradewinds, that featured brothers John and Chuck Panozzo (on bass and drums) and vocalist/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung. Eventually the Tradewinds broke up, and the Panozzos and DeYoung formed Styx with guitarists JY Young and John Curulewski. The group signed with an RCA label offshoot, Wooden Nickel Records, and became a regional sensation, fueled by the rock ballad, "Lady." After four albums with that label, they moved to A&M. John Curulewski left after the first release, Equinox, and was replaced by the excellent vocalist and guitarist, Tommy Shaw. With the power of the A&M publicity and radio staff behind them, and with a roster of commercially appealing songs such as "The Grand Illusion," "Lorelei," "Fooling Yourself (Palm Of Your Hands)," "Suite Madame Blue," "Crystal Ball," "Light Up," and "Come Sail Away" (all featured here at this Winterland show), Styx soon became one of the most popular FM rock bands in America. Eventually the members of the band began to fight amongst themselves, led by Shaw (who felt the band needed to be positioned in a more hard rock vein) and DeYoung (who envisioned a more theatrical and Broadway-driven format.) After this tour, their albums, arguably, became more and more contrived. Eventually Styx split in 1984. Shaw formed Damn Yankees with Ted Nugent, and DeYoung launched a solo career that was only moderately successful at best. The band reunited in the 1990s, but without John Panozzo, who had died from alcohol related issues. The reunion was a surprise success but eventually the rift between Shaw and DeYoung resurfaced. When DeYoung took a leave to recuperate from an eye ailment, the band regrouped with a new singer. DeYoung tried to sue, and in 2001 the two parties settled. Shaw and Young now front a newer version of Styx (Chuck Panozzo left after contracting AIDS). De Young, after getting his Broadway fix out with a failed album of classics from the Great White Way, tours as "the former vocalist of Styx."
Views: 127614 Rock on MV
Eddie Money - I Think I'm In Love - 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre (Official)
 
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Eddie Money - I Think I'm In Love Recorded Live: 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre - San Francisco, CA More Eddie Money at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 46034 Rock on MV
Outlaws - Hurry Sundown - 2/3/1979 - unknown (Official)
 
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Outlaws - Hurry Sundown Recorded Live: 2/3/1979 - unknown - , More Outlaws at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 53126 Rock on MV
Eddie Money - Shakin' - 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre (Official)
 
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Eddie Money - Shakin' Recorded Live: 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre - San Francisco, CA More Eddie Money at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 72749 Rock on MV
Eddie Money - Trinidad - 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre (Official)
 
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Eddie Money - Trinidad Recorded Live: 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre - San Francisco, CA More Eddie Money at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 23283 Rock on MV
Outlaws - There Goes Another Love Song - 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Outlaws - There Goes Another Love Song Recorded Live: 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Outlaws at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 92574 Rock on MV
Molly Hatchet - Bounty Hunter - 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Molly Hatchet - Bounty Hunter Recorded Live: 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Molly Hatchet at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 40725 Rock on MV
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Sleepwalk - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Sleepwalk Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 186926 Rock on MV
Molly Hatchet - Gator Country - 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Molly Hatchet - Gator Country Recorded Live: 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Molly Hatchet at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 69350 Rock on MV
J. Geils Band - Must Of Got Lost - 11/5/1977 - Winterland (Official)
 
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J. Geils Band - Must Of Got Lost Recorded Live: 11/5/1977 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More J. Geils Band at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 286677 Rock on MV
Jethro Tull - Clasp - 10/28/1984 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Jethro Tull - Clasp Recorded Live: 10/28/1984 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Jethro Tull at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 13682 Rock on MV
Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien - 5/27/1989 - Oakland Coliseum Stadium (Official)
 
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Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien Recorded Live: 5/27/1989 - Oakland Coliseum Stadium - Oakland, CA More Joe Satriani at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 122771 Rock on MV
Joe Cocker - You Are So Beautiful - 8/20/1983 - Loreley Amphitheatre (Official)
 
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Joe Cocker - You Are So Beautiful Recorded Live: 8/20/1983 - Loreley Amphitheatre - St. Goarshausen, More Joe Cocker at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 117502 Rock on MV
Jethro Tull - Nothing is Easy - 7/7/1970 - Tanglewood (Official)
 
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Jethro Tull - Nothing is Easy Recorded Live: 7/7/1970 - Tanglewood - Lenox, MA More Jethro Tull at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Ian Anderson: vocals, acoustic guitar, flute Martin Barre: electric guitar John Evan: piano, organ Glenn Cornick: bass Clive Bunker: drums
Views: 59595 Rock on MV
Molly Hatchet - Dreams I'll Never See - 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Molly Hatchet - Dreams I'll Never See Recorded Live: 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Molly Hatchet at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 161420 Rock on MV
Greg Kihn Band - The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em) - 8/1/1984 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Greg Kihn Band - The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em) Recorded Live: 8/1/1984 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Greg Kihn Band at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 185415 Rock on MV
Sha Na Na - Goodnight Sweetheart - 4/21/1973 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Sha Na Na - Goodnight Sweetheart Recorded Live: 4/21/1973 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Sha Na Na at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Jon "Bowser" Bauman - vocals, keyboards Alan Cooper - vocals Robert Leonard - vocals Donald "Donnie" York - vocals Richard Joffe - vocals Scott Powell - vocals Frederick "Denny" Greene - vocals Scott Simon - vocals, piano Johnny Contardo - vocals, keyboards, drums Leonard "Lennie" Baker - sax Chris Donald - lead guitar Elliot Cahn - rhythm guitar Bruce Clarke - bass John "Jocko" Marcinello - drums Summary: Named after the refrain of the 1950's hit "Get A Job" by the Silhouettes, Sha Na Na was formed by Columbia University students in 1969 at the height of the hippie counterculture. Wearing gold lame outfits and greased up hairdos, they perfected a song and dance repertoire of classic 1950s doo-wop and seminal rock 'n' roll. As the second to last performers (prior to Jimi Hendrix) at the legendary Woodstock Festival in 1969, they gained national attention for their wild stage show, which balanced humor with a dead-on tribute to rock 'n' roll's golden era. This led to extensive touring, often performing at the Fillmores and opening for many of the best contemporary bands of the day. This 1973 Winterland headlining performance captures the band near the peak of their onstage power, topping a bill that also featured Stoneground and the Persuasions. The group's enthusiasm for the material and the high energy pacing of their performance is undeniable. One need not be a fan of 1950s rock 'n' roll to appreciate it, as the energy and exuberance of their live shows comes through loud and clear. Much of the material performed this night was included on the groups first several albums. Elliot Cahn's live arrangements are reverential to the originals, with a strong focus on the vocal arrangements. The musicians provide a high-energy backdrop on the rockers and lay back on the slower numbers, allowing the vocals to shine on such over-the-top numbers as "Tell Laura I Love Her." Additional highlights include two of the group's signature songs, "Get a Job" and "Goodnight Sweetheart," as well as the irresistibly fun "Summertime, Summertime," and a remarkably beautiful reading of "Chances Are." Also featuring some of the most influential songs of the 1950s, like the opener "Rock Around The Clock" and "Jailhouse Rock," this is early rock 'n' roll sing-a-long dance music at its finest and it is no wonder the band was greeted with approval from both young and old alike. For younger listeners, not only were all the songs undeniably catchy and fun to sing, but they also provided musical insight into the lives of their parents. For the parents, Sha Na Na was a welcome return to simpler times, when these songs were the soundtrack to the dances and sock hops of their youth in the 1950s and early 1960s. Although Sha Na Na became increasingly campy as the 1970s rolled on, at the time of this Winterland performance, they were still clearly championing the songs first and foremost. Most of these songs will be familiar to anyone who grew up in the 1960s or '70s as the vast majority of them continued receiving radio play well into the 1970s and appeared in countless 1950s nostalgia oriented programs, such as "Happy Days." Sha Na Na certainly deserves credit for helping to spark the 1950s nostalgia craze, inspiring the Broadway musical Grease and the movie of the same name (in which they appeared as Johnny Casino & the Gamblers.) In 1977, the group landed their own TV show deal, which had a successful six year run, featuring guests as diverse as Chubby Checker, James Brown and the Ramones, all of whom appreciated Sha Na Na's enthusiasm and humor and relished joining them in paying homage to the past. Sha Na Na had one straightforward message, which has endured to the present day-rock 'n' roll is here to stay.
Views: 216617 Rock on MV
Sammy Hagar - Love Walks In - 11/6/1993 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Official)
 
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Sammy Hagar - Love Walks In Recorded Live: 11/6/1993 - Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA More Sammy Hagar at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 115946 Rock on MV
The Wilson Sisters - The Battle of Evermore - 11/6/1993 - Shoreline Amphitheatre (Official)
 
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The Wilson Sisters - The Battle of Evermore Recorded Live: 11/6/1993 - Shoreline Amphitheatre - Mountain View, CA More The Wilson Sisters at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 55627 Rock on MV
Ambrosia - Holding On To Yesterday - 12/4/1976 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Ambrosia - Holding On To Yesterday Recorded Live: 12/4/1976 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Ambrosia at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 336131 Rock on MV
Outlaws - Green Grass And High Tides - 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Outlaws - Green Grass And High Tides Recorded Live: 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Outlaws at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 1453201 Rock on MV
Eddie Money - No Control - 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre (Official)
 
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Eddie Money - No Control Recorded Live: 8/16/1982 - Kabuki Theatre - San Francisco, CA More Eddie Money at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 10601 Rock on MV
King Crimson - Easy Money - 6/25/1973 - Wollman Memorial Rink (Official)
 
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King Crimson - Easy Money Recorded Live: 6/25/1973 - Wollman Memorial Skating Rink - New York, NY More King Crimson at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Robert Fripp - guitar John Wetton - bass guitar, vocals David Cross - violin, mellotron Bill Bruford - drums, percussion
Views: 325422 Rock on MV
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Malaguena / Brand New Cadillac - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Malaguena / Brand New Cadillac Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 103497 Rock on MV
Gamma - Voyager - 11/30/1980 - Curtis Hixon Hall (Official)
 
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Gamma - Voyager Recorded Live: 11/30/1980 - Curtis Hixon Hall - Tampa, FL More Gamma at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Ronnie Montrose - guitar Davey Pattison - vocals Denny Carmassi - drums Glen Letsch - bass Jim Alcivar - keys
Views: 32309 Rock on MV
Paul Rogers - Bad Company - 8/14/1994 - Woodstock 94 (Official)
 
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Paul Rogers - Bad Company Recorded Live: 8/14/1994 - Woodstock 94 - Saugerties, NY More Paul Rogers at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 170369 Rock on MV
John Fogerty - Rock And Roll Girls - 11/26/1989 - Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium (Official)
 
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John Fogerty - Rock And Roll Girls Recorded Live: 11/26/1989 - Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium - Oakland, CA More John Fogerty at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: John Fogerty - guitar and lead vocals Randy Jackson - bass, vocals Danny Kortchmar - guitar Steve Jordan - drums, vocals Guest: Bonnie Raitt - vocals on "Proud Mary"
Views: 107324 Rock on MV
Renaissance - Can You Understand - 5/21/1976 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Renaissance - Can You Understand Recorded Live: 5/21/1976 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Renaissance at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Annie Haslam - lead vocals, tambourine Jon Camp - bass, vocals Michael Dunford - guitar, vocals John Tout - piano, keyboards Terence Sullivan - drums, percussion
Views: 43455 Rock on MV
Player - Baby Come Back - 10/8/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Player - Baby Come Back Recorded Live: 10/8/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Player at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 426720 Rock on MV
Brian Setzer Orchestra - Rumble In Brighton - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Rumble In Brighton Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 30749 Rock on MV
Styx - Come Sail Away - 1/28/1978 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Styx - Come Sail Away Recorded Live: 1/28/1978 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Styx at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: James "J.Y." Young - vocals, guitar Tommy Shaw - vocals, guitar Chuck Panozzo - bass guitar Dennis de Young - vocals, keyboards John Panozzo - drums Summary: Just compare Styx's "Suite Madame Blue" with Led Zeppelin's "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" and it will become clear to any doubters why Styx was able to find a very happy home at AOR radio stations between 1971 and the late-1980s. This show, taken from the Bill Graham archives, shows them near their commercial peak after the release of the initial A&M releases Equinox, Crystal Ball, and The Grand Illusion. The group emerged from a popular Chicago club act, the Tradewinds, that featured brothers John and Chuck Panozzo (on bass and drums) and vocalist/keyboardist Dennis DeYoung. Eventually the Tradewinds broke up, and the Panozzos and DeYoung formed Styx with guitarists JY Young and John Curulewski. The group signed with an RCA label offshoot, Wooden Nickel Records, and became a regional sensation, fueled by the rock ballad, "Lady." After four albums with that label, they moved to A&M. John Curulewski left after the first release, Equinox, and was replaced by the excellent vocalist and guitarist, Tommy Shaw. With the power of the A&M publicity and radio staff behind them, and with a roster of commercially appealing songs such as "The Grand Illusion," "Lorelei," "Fooling Yourself (Palm Of Your Hands)," "Suite Madame Blue," "Crystal Ball," "Light Up," and "Come Sail Away" (all featured here at this Winterland show), Styx soon became one of the most popular FM rock bands in America. Eventually the members of the band began to fight amongst themselves, led by Shaw (who felt the band needed to be positioned in a more hard rock vein) and DeYoung (who envisioned a more theatrical and Broadway-driven format.) After this tour, their albums, arguably, became more and more contrived. Eventually Styx split in 1984. Shaw formed Damn Yankees with Ted Nugent, and DeYoung launched a solo career that was only moderately successful at best. The band reunited in the 1990s, but without John Panozzo, who had died from alcohol related issues. The reunion was a surprise success but eventually the rift between Shaw and DeYoung resurfaced. When DeYoung took a leave to recuperate from an eye ailment, the band regrouped with a new singer. DeYoung tried to sue, and in 2001 the two parties settled. Shaw and Young now front a newer version of Styx (Chuck Panozzo left after contracting AIDS). De Young, after getting his Broadway fix out with a failed album of classics from the Great White Way, tours as "the former vocalist of Styx."
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J. Geils Band - Homework - 11/5/1977 - Winterland (Official)
 
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J. Geils Band - Homework Recorded Live: 11/5/1977 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More J. Geils Band at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Jump, Jive An' Wail - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Jump, Jive An' Wail Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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Chuck Berry - My Ding-A-Ling - 11/2/1972 - Hofstra University (Official)
 
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Chuck Berry - My Ding-A-Ling Recorded Live: 11/2/1972 - Hofstra University - Hempstead, NY More Chuck Berry at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Hawii 5-0 - 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage (Official)
 
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Brian Setzer Orchestra - Hawii 5-0 Recorded Live: 7/25/1999 - Woodstock 99 East Stage - Rome, NY More Brian Setzer Orchestra at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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Cruzados - Flor De Mal - 4/11/1986 - Ritz (Official)
 
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Cruzados - Flor De Mal Recorded Live: 4/11/1986 - Ritz - New York, NY More Cruzados at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
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Sammy Hagar - Rock Candy - 5/19/1978 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Sammy Hagar - Rock Candy Recorded Live: 5/19/1978 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Sammy Hagar at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Bill Church - bass Alan Fitzgerald - keyboards Sammy Hagar - vocals Jimmy Lyon - guitar (guest on 12-13) Eddie Money - horns, vocals (guest on 12-13) Gary Pihl - guitar Chuck Ruff - drums Neal Schon - guitar (guest on 11-13) Summary: This headlining gig by Sammy Hagar comes a few years after concluding his tenure in Montrose. At the end of a tour opening for Alvin Lee and Ten Years Later, the "Red Rocker" got to headline this Winterland gig, which was the Tenth Anniversary celebration of KSJO, the San Jose-based FM radio station that, at that time, had a hard rock format. A native West Coaster (he was born in Monterey), he seems genuinely excited to be playing to such a large crowd: "This is the loudest goddam audience I ever heard in my life!" he exclaims at one point. An epic opening jam showcases the group's live chops before launching into "Red," a signature Hagar cut, and a set of rousing, beer-fueled rockers with a couple of ballads (namely, "Free Money" and "Little Star"). "Bad Motor Scooter," a song that Hagar wrote while frontman for Montrose in the early '70s, is the 17-minute centerpiece of the show, featuring ample guitar and keyboard solos, as well as spoken words of encouragement to his audience to get excited. Excited they would be: This show featured some famous guests, one of whom had never played with Hagar before. For "Rock Candy", guitarist Neal Schon of Journey came to the stage, and laid down fiery leads for the set's final three tracks. Although this was their first show together, Hagar and Schon would later collaborate as part of the short-lived HSAS (Hagar Schon Aaronson Shrieve, which also featured bassist Kenny Aaronson and drummer Michael Shrieve). Then, for "Gimme Some Lovin,'" Eddie Money and his guitarist, Jimmy Lyon, joined Hagar's ensemble onstage, bringing affairs to a whole new level. This show was also the second-ever performance of "Free Money" following their show shortly prior at the Concord Pavilion. Hagar points out in the introduction to "I've Done Everything for You" that he was releasing a live album that had recently been recorded at Winterland, All Night Long, which would come out later that year. He would become a bigger star in the years to come, scoring a major solo hit in 1984 with "I Can't Drive 55" and taking over as the singer in Van Halen following David Lee Roth's departure in 1985. Although it's doubtful that a song like "Cruisin' and Boozin'" could ever be a hit today, Hagar continues to play sold-out shows with the Waboritas, and runs a successful tequila brand and restaurant chain, Cabo Wabo.
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Outlaws - You Are The Show - 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre (Official)
 
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Outlaws - You Are The Show Recorded Live: 11/10/1978 - Capitol Theatre - Passaic, NJ More Outlaws at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 10585 Rock on MV
Sha Na Na - Get A Job - 4/21/1973 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Sha Na Na - Get A Job Recorded Live: 4/21/1973 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Sha Na Na at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Personnel: Jon "Bowser" Bauman - vocals, keyboards Alan Cooper - vocals Robert Leonard - vocals Donald "Donnie" York - vocals Richard Joffe - vocals Scott Powell - vocals Frederick "Denny" Greene - vocals Scott Simon - vocals, piano Johnny Contardo - vocals, keyboards, drums Leonard "Lennie" Baker - sax Chris Donald - lead guitar Elliot Cahn - rhythm guitar Bruce Clarke - bass John "Jocko" Marcinello - drums Summary: Named after the refrain of the 1950's hit "Get A Job" by the Silhouettes, Sha Na Na was formed by Columbia University students in 1969 at the height of the hippie counterculture. Wearing gold lame outfits and greased up hairdos, they perfected a song and dance repertoire of classic 1950s doo-wop and seminal rock 'n' roll. As the second to last performers (prior to Jimi Hendrix) at the legendary Woodstock Festival in 1969, they gained national attention for their wild stage show, which balanced humor with a dead-on tribute to rock 'n' roll's golden era. This led to extensive touring, often performing at the Fillmores and opening for many of the best contemporary bands of the day. This 1973 Winterland headlining performance captures the band near the peak of their onstage power, topping a bill that also featured Stoneground and the Persuasions. The group's enthusiasm for the material and the high energy pacing of their performance is undeniable. One need not be a fan of 1950s rock 'n' roll to appreciate it, as the energy and exuberance of their live shows comes through loud and clear. Much of the material performed this night was included on the groups first several albums. Elliot Cahn's live arrangements are reverential to the originals, with a strong focus on the vocal arrangements. The musicians provide a high-energy backdrop on the rockers and lay back on the slower numbers, allowing the vocals to shine on such over-the-top numbers as "Tell Laura I Love Her." Additional highlights include two of the group's signature songs, "Get a Job" and "Goodnight Sweetheart," as well as the irresistibly fun "Summertime, Summertime," and a remarkably beautiful reading of "Chances Are." Also featuring some of the most influential songs of the 1950s, like the opener "Rock Around The Clock" and "Jailhouse Rock," this is early rock 'n' roll sing-a-long dance music at its finest and it is no wonder the band was greeted with approval from both young and old alike. For younger listeners, not only were all the songs undeniably catchy and fun to sing, but they also provided musical insight into the lives of their parents. For the parents, Sha Na Na was a welcome return to simpler times, when these songs were the soundtrack to the dances and sock hops of their youth in the 1950s and early 1960s. Although Sha Na Na became increasingly campy as the 1970s rolled on, at the time of this Winterland performance, they were still clearly championing the songs first and foremost. Most of these songs will be familiar to anyone who grew up in the 1960s or '70s as the vast majority of them continued receiving radio play well into the 1970s and appeared in countless 1950s nostalgia oriented programs, such as "Happy Days." Sha Na Na certainly deserves credit for helping to spark the 1950s nostalgia craze, inspiring the Broadway musical Grease and the movie of the same name (in which they appeared as Johnny Casino & the Gamblers.) In 1977, the group landed their own TV show deal, which had a successful six year run, featuring guests as diverse as Chubby Checker, James Brown and the Ramones, all of whom appreciated Sha Na Na's enthusiasm and humor and relished joining them in paying homage to the past. Sha Na Na had one straightforward message, which has endured to the present day-rock 'n' roll is here to stay.
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Link Wray - Rawhide - 11/19/1974 - Winterland (Official)
 
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Link Wray - Rawhide Recorded Live: 11/19/1974 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA More Link Wray at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault on YouTube: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF
Views: 11518 Rock on MV