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Cream, Dominos, Clapton Concerts Online At Concert Vault

Published // 20.Nov.06

Concert Vault is a new free webservice from California-based Wolfgang's Vault. Concert Vault provides online listening of vintage concerts from the audio archives of Bill Graham Presents, King Biscuit Flower Hour and Silver Eagle Cross Country. The website currently offers three hundred concerts recorded between 1965 and the late 1980s. Eric Clapton is represented in the Concert Vault by seven recordings made between 1968 and 1986.

The concerts offered are quite diverse. The list of performers is as varied as A Flock Of Seagulls, Edgar Winter's White Trash, Emmylou Harris, The Allman Brothers Band, Echo And The Bunnymen, Miles Davis Quintet, Chuck Berry, The Rolling Thunder Revue, Laura Nyro, The Clash, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Tom T. Hall, Natalie Cole, Motley Crue and The Who. Shows were recorded at venues like the Fillmore East and West, Winterland, The Bottom Line, Agora, My Father's Place, the Stone Pony and large arenas like Madison Square Garden, Philadelphia's Spectrum, the Boston Garden and the Los Angeles Forum.

Although these historic shows are not yet downloadable, the Concert Vault website indicates that this feature will become available in coming months. Also promised is video streaming of never-before-seen live performances from the thousands of concert videos in the company's archive. The site also offers a forum for fans to discuss these recordings.

Concert Vault currently features the following live performance recordings featuring Eric Clapton:
Cream: 4 October 1968 / Oakland Coliseum Arena
Cream: 19 October 1968 / Los Angeles Forum
Derek & The Dominos: 23 October 1970 (Late Show) / Fillmore East
Eric Clapton: 15 November 1976 / Dallas Convention Center
Eric Clapton: 12 February 1978 / Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Eric Clapton: 20 October 1986 / Richmond Coliseum

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