San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 4, 2008
1968, known as The Year That Changed The World, is celebrated in sight and sound on Wolfgang's Vault on its 40th anniversary in the website "where live music lives."
The world famous Concert Vault is filled with concert recordings that can be streamed free, including:
B.B. King at The Fillmore Auditorium, June 6, 1968
Big Brother and The Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin at The Fillmore Auditorium, June 16, 1968,
Cream at The Oakland Coliseum, October 4, 19068
Gordon Lightfoot at the Fillmore West, October 5, 1968
Sly & The Family Stone at the Fillmore East, October 4, 1968
The Who at The Fillmore East, April 6, 1968
Like these, visitors to Wolfgang's Vault can hear over 1,000 concerts at no charge with minimal registration, and listen while browsing thousands of historic images, including the iconic Rick Griffin Flying Eyeball Poster of 1968 created to promote Jimi Hendrix Experience shows. While its imagery and depth of meaning and message are often debated, the importance of the famous "Flying Eyeball" as the seminal work of western US psychedelic art is unrefuted, and is currently celebrating its own 40 years of history.
Enter "1968" within the site search of Wolfgang's Vault today, and you will find a virtual time capsule with photographs of a young George Harrison taken by Baron Wolman alongside a photo of Janis Joplin taken by Jim Marshall, and a campaign photo of Robert F. Kennedy taken in San Francisco's Union Square by photographer Gene Anthony. These and hundreds of others rock posters, t-shirts, photos and memorabilia items give you a snapshot of 1968. Take a moment to relive 1968 inside Wolfgang's Vault today.