San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 9, 2008
Wolfgang's Vault, the world famous music archive website where live music lives, has just uncovered and released for free streaming a beautiful and timely recording of John Lennon at Madison Square Garden from August 1972.
About this previously unreleased concert recording:
After the dissolution of the Beatles, John Lennon continued to have an enormous impact on music, culture, and politics on a global scale. The year after he released the seminal "Imagine", his most commercially successful solo work, Lennon was entrenched in politics and battling for his green card with US Immigration. This recording from his performance at Madison Square Garden in 1972 captures the icon performing some of his best and more enduring material.
Lennon's real, honest and raw renditions of his classic music lyrics from "Come Together," "Give Peace A Chance," and "Imagine" are as stirring and relevant today as they were 36 years ago.
Eight other concerts were also released today exclusively on Wolfgang's Vaulta. New concerts are released every day. Updated listings of newly available free music releases are emailed weekly to Wolfgang's Vault fans.
About Wolfgang's Vault:
Wolfgang's Vault began in 2003 as the home of the Bill Graham Archives and has become the world's largest archive of concert recordings for streaming and download, and all related live music art including fine art rock posters, rock photos and vintage and retro apparel and rock memorabilia.