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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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Bob Seger Smokes an O.P. on Today’s Vault

Smoking "other people's" cigarettes became known as "smokin' o.p's" back in the day.  Bob Seger simply changed it's meaning to other people's "songs" and put a big pack of lucky strikes on his album cover.

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Atlantic Records
Atlantic Records
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Graffiti At It’s Best – Zeppelin In The Vault

Winter 1975 comes to my mind when I think of Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti album.  That's when it came out, quenching everyone's thirst for new Zep, including mine, but it's also what I think of whe

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Polydor Records
Polydor Records
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Clapton & Allman – Classic Derek on Today’s Vault

Derek & the Dominos classic album Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs seems to always land on those "best album of all time" lists, and for good reason.  It probably is!  Especially when you consider it's historic significance.  It's when Clapton first met Duane Allman and invited him to the sessions, and it's when Clapton was stealing George Harrison's wife and writi

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Full Moon Records
Full Moon Records
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Serious Walsh – Seriously? The Confessor on Today’s Vault


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Joe Walsh has hardly been taken serious since he started his solo career back in the early 1970's.  So, when he makes very bad albums it can go unnoticed; almost as if to say, "Oh, that'

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Sony
Sony
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Bruce is Trapped – Today’s Vinyl Vault

The live Springsteen nugget on today's Vault was recorded in August, 1984, during the slam-bam "Born In The USA" tour.  Being the prolific song writer Springsteen is, covers are not usually part of his daily repertoire; when they are, they are good ones!  Trapped, which was used on the "We Are The World" compil

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EMI Records
EMI Records
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‘Voices’ From 1984 – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Russ Ballard is certainly no house-hold name but any singer/songwriter would LOVE to have his success.  You remember Argent with Hold Your Head Up?  That was Ballard singing and playing guitar, as a member of the band during it's successful period.  He wrote many songs for other art

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Elektra Records
Elektra Records
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Cruise The Crystal Ship – Classic Doors on The Vault

Only Jim Morrison could come with "Before you slip into unconsciousness, I'd like to have another kiss."  Innocent enough, maybe asking for a good night kiss.  But coming from him, it's mysterious or maybe even a little creepy.  Yes

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Reprise Records
Reprise Records
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A Red House Over In The Vault – Classic Jimi Today

Red House would be a top 5 fave on any blues rock guitarist list, I'm sure.  Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray, Jimi Hendrix, they all did it, to great effect.  Let's hear a rare radio spin of it via Jimi's ax today around 5:

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Epic Records
Epic Records
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Early Jeff Beck – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Jeff Beck's solo career finally got moving in 1968 with the release of Truth.  With his singer, an unknown future face Rod Stewart, another future face Ron Wood on bass and future everybody Nicky Hopkins on keys; a band could hardly go wrong.  And they didn't.  Le

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Capricorn Records
Capricorn Records
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Twofer Tuesday on The Vault – Twice The Allmans

Tipping our hats to the Allman Brothers today, literally; Duane AND Gregg.  That will take two tracks which we'll call a "twofer" and borrow a tired old cliche that rock radio used to do all day every Tuesday ad nauseum.  First up, a Duane Allman instrumental he wr

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Capitol Records
Capitol Records
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Heavy Music From Cobo – Live Bullet on The Vault

Who could forget the classic "Charlie Knows" bit from the live version of Heavy Music?  Certainly not anyone from around here!  The lengthy concert piece will be featured on today's Vinyl Vault in honor of Bob Seger's former drummer Charlie Allen Martin, who you can hear on the sing backs.  Not only could Charlie skin the drums, but was a great singer!  He sti

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MCA Records
MCA Records
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Time Out For Joe Walsh – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Lets travel to 1974 today when Joe Walsh was trying to top the career crowning The Smoker You Drink project just a year before.  So What was released that year and you can guess it wasn't quite the hit it's predecessor was.  Big enough though, it spawned a hit with Turn To Stone, a remake of his own Barnstorm track, and gave

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