Concert Vault

Vault Digging Radio Vol. 5

By: Concert Vault

22 songs / 1:49:17

  1. 1 Stevie Wonder / Superstition 04:23
  2. 2 Delaney & Bonnie / My Baby Specializes 06:25
  3. 3 Neil Young & Crazy Horse / Cowgirl In The Sand 14:14
  4. 4 T-Bone Burnett And Friends / Stage Banter (Van Dyke Parks) 00:10
  5. 5 T-Bone Burnett And Friends / Wings Of A Dove (Van Dyke Parks) 03:48
  6. 6 Journey & Friends / People Get Ready 03:07
  7. 7 Sister Rosetta Tharpe / Song Introduction 00:19
  8. 8 Sister Rosetta Tharpe / This Train Is Bound For Glory 05:14
  9. 9 Calexico / Alone Again Or 04:01
  10. 10 Sarah Vaughan with Dizzy Gillespie / Sometimes I'm Happy (Sometimes I'm Blue) 04:53
  11. 11 Bonnie Raitt / Angel From Montgomery 04:02
  12. 12 John Prine / How Lucky 04:19
  13. 13 Bela Fleck & The Flecktones / Sea Brazil 04:05
  14. 14 Jess Roden Band / Live, Love And Learn 04:05
  15. 15 Big Country / Harvest Home 04:09
  16. 16 Pearl Jam / Dissident 03:23
  17. 17 Lou Rawls / You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine 05:47
  18. 18 Gordon Lightfoot / Steel Rail Blues 03:10
  19. 19 The Modern Jazz Quartet / 'Round Midnight 04:02
  20. 20 Dolly Parton / I Will Always Love You 03:20
  21. 21 Mike and the Mechanics / Tempted 04:30
  22. 22 Quicksilver Messenger Service / 10 After 2 Jam 17:51
Description
As a way to enjoy the depth and breadth of the Wolfgang's Vault's audio library, we've dug through the archives to bring you another installment of genre-spanning tracks to dig on. You'll find soul-funk to groove to, jazz to chill to, gospel to move your soul, jams to melt your brain, and more. There are a few specific song notes below, but to sum it all up, we hope you find something new to love or something old to remember - Happy Vault Digging! 1) Stevie Wonder got people moving at John Lennon's One to One Concert (Madison Square Garden, 1972) and provides a locomotive start to this mix. 3) Remarkably, Neil Young and Danny Whitten's guitars remain mostly in tune during "Cowgirl in the Sand." 4-5) Van Dyke Parks performing a song that would eventually surface on "Orange Crate Art," a collaboration with Brian Wilson nearly 30 years after the "Smile" sessions. 6) This live-in-studio performance of a Curtis Mayfield classic features Gregg Rolie on piano accompanying Steve Perry (verse 1), and Stoneground's Annie Sampson (verse 2) and Jo Baker (verse 3). 9) Calexico's fantastic cover of a gem from Love's "Forever Changes." 10) Here's Sarah Vaughan and surprise guest Dizzy Gillespie having a great time at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall. 11-12) Back-to-back tunes written by John Prine. 12-13) Back-to-back tunes featuring Howard Levy on harmonica. 14) Jess Roden's concert snippet is one of the Vault's greatest buried treasures. 21) Included here as a small, belated tribute to Whitney Houston. 23) This improvised jam session occurred around 2 am, when Nicky Hopkins (keys), John Cipollina (guitar), David Frieberg (bass) and Greg Elmore (drums) came back out to play following their headlining set earlier in the evening.
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As a way to enjoy the depth and breadth of the Wolfgang's Vault's audio library, we've dug through the archives to bring you another installment of genre-spanning tracks to dig on. You'll find soul-funk to groove to, jazz to chill to, gospel to move your soul, jams to melt your brain, and more. There are a few specific song notes below, but to sum it all up, we hope you find something new to love or something old to remember - Happy Vault Digging!

1) Stevie Wonder got people moving at John Lennon's One to One Concert (Madison Square Garden, 1972) and provides a locomotive start to this mix.

3) Remarkably, Neil Young and Danny Whitten's guitars remain mostly in tune during "Cowgirl in the Sand."

4-5) Van Dyke Parks performing a song that would eventually surface on "Orange Crate Art," a collaboration with Brian Wilson nearly 30 years after the "Smile" sessions.

6) This live-in-studio performance of a Curtis Mayfield classic features Gregg Rolie on piano accompanying Steve Perry (verse 1), and Stoneground's Annie Sampson (verse 2) and Jo Baker (verse 3).

9) Calexico's fantastic cover of a gem from Love's "Forever Changes."

10) Here's Sarah Vaughan and surprise guest Dizzy Gillespie having a great time at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall.

11-12) Back-to-back tunes written by John Prine.

12-13) Back-to-back tunes featuring Howard Levy on harmonica.

14) Jess Roden's concert snippet is one of the Vault's greatest buried treasures.

21) Included here as a small, belated tribute to Whitney Houston.

23) This improvised jam session occurred around 2 am, when Nicky Hopkins (keys), John Cipollina (guitar), David Frieberg (bass) and Greg Elmore (drums) came back out to play following their headlining set earlier in the evening.