Wolfgang's Vault, the ultimate live music archive of concert recordings of rock, jazz, country, blues, indie with free streaming has just released a series of Muddy Waters
shows for download.
To hear those shows got to Muddy Waters at Wolfgang's Vault
Available Muddy Waters concerts include:
- Three shows at The Fillmore 1966
- The Muddy Waters Blues Band at The Bottom Line, NY 1978
From the concert summary:
One of the most impressive and influential steps that Bill Graham took early in his career was to invite blues and rock & roll pioneers - such as Muddy Waters, James Cotton and Chuck Berry - to perform alongside up and coming, widely popular rock groups. The bold move helped not only to rejuvenate the careers of these landmark (and often unacknowledged) artists, but also exposed younger audiences and artists to their musical forbears often to profound effects.
The week prior to this run, Graham had promoted his first run ever at the new, larger Winterland venue with a bill featuring Jefferson Airplane, Paul Butterfield Blues Band and for the first time, Muddy Waters. This experimental decision was so well received that he booked the same lineup for another three-day run, beginning on this night, September 30, 1966.
About Wolfgang's Vault:
Wolfgang's Vault is the exclusive destination online for live music from a dozen different archives, including The Bill Graham Archives, the King Biscuit Flower Hour, and the Record Plant. Within the Concert Vault you will find thousands of carefully restored, legendary concert recordings of both the past and present to stream for free, with hundreds available for download. Concert Vault is also available as a free app on iPhone.
Not only a place to hear live music, we encourage you to peruse Wolfgang's Vault to view and purchase the greatest collection of concert posters, rock photography, vintage t-shirts, retro t-shirts, and a treasure trove of extraordinary concert related memorabilia.
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