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MCA Records
MCA Records
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Who Fans – All This Week On The Vinyl Vault

I'll have seldom heard Who gems all this week on The Vinyl Vault to celebrate the coming of the film "Quadrophenia - Can You See The Real Me?" to the Oxford 7 on July 24th.  It's a one time showing so

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Palladium/Reprise
Palladium/Reprise
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A Seger Rarity – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Bob Seger's Turn The Page doesn't usually come to mind when talking Seger rarities.  It's one of his biggest and most loved hits, if not thee biggest.  But that immortal live version was honed from an original studio version, which hasn't been available commercially for years and yea

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Reprise Records
Reprise Records
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Neil Young Keeps On Rockin’ – Today’s Vault

Neil Young's big comeback album "Freedom" in 1989 gets a spin today.  The single Rockin' In The Free World was huge, coming after a decade of career misfires and lawsuits, it was great to see this old work horse get back in the spotlight.  Plus this album may have brought in a whole new musical genre, Grunge.  Le

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Elektra Records
Elektra Records
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Serious Doors – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Doors fans can't miss today's Vinyl Vault, one of the moodiest and strangest fan faves ever, The End, ran in it's entirety.  Hardly radio fare with it's hypnotizing effect and long length, some good reasons why it's hardly ever on commercial stations.  But the Vinyl Vault can break a rule or two, right?  If Fra

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Island Records
Island Records
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A Welcomed Traffic Jam – Today’s Vinyl Vault

Steve Winwood just put Traffic back together in 1971 after a brief hiatus that included some solo work and Blind Faith, projects that gave him a renewed fresh creative boost for his old work horse of a band.  The new Traffic music was much more mature and defined, with less emphasis on the jazzy feel and more on a progressive direction.  Released at the tail end of that year, the Low Spark of High-Heeled

Warner Brothers Records
Warner Brothers Records
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Sabbath Fans – Ronnie On Today’s Vinyl Vault

The best Ronnie James Dio era Black Sabbath album is without a doubt Heaven And Hell from 1980.  It was the first time Ozzy Osbourne wasn't involved in a Sabbath project and Dio's presence brought much change to the band and it's sound.  This album was a huge hit with both fans and critics, and cont

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Warner Brothers Records
Warner Brothers Records
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Rarely Heard Alice Cooper – Today’s Vinyl Vault

One of my favorite Alice Cooper albums will always be Killer, from 1971.  The band had cut its chops with super producer Bob Ezrin the previous year with Love It To Death, so this was the obvious next step ... progressive rock.  I think they pulled it

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MCA records
MCA records
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Raising Hell On Today’s Vault

 

Trooper was a Juno Award winning Canadian act that enjoyed much success there during the late 1970's and early 1980's.  Signed and produced by Randy Bachman during the hit years, they managed only on

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Columbia Records
Columbia Records
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Back When Chicago Rocked – Today’s Vinyl Vault

If you can, forget about the milky pop direction that Chicago took during the 1970's and concentrate on their first few years together, 1968-1970.  Those were the formative years when the band was ex

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Elektra Records
Elektra Records
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Lovely Song For Mom – Queen on The Vault

The rarely heard Queen rocker Tie Your Mother Down is the Vault track today, by request.  With all due respect to mothers everywhere, it's a tongue-in-cheek thing, says writer Brian May.  "It was meant as a joke."  Freddie, ye

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MCA Records
MCA Records
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Cool Who – Into Quadrophenia on Today’s Vault

Classic Who today from an album thought of, at first, as another "rock opera."  It actually wasn't, nor was Tommy, but collections of songs that were related to the same stories.  Wouldn't "Concept" albums would be a better description?  Anyway, they ar

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Atlantic Records
Atlantic Records
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Wooden Ships Sail Today’s Vinyl Vault

Back to the summer of 1969 and an album considered by many classic rock fans as one of the best ever recorded, the first Crosby, Stills & Nash set.  Not only did it introduce these three immense talents to the world, but helped change the landscape of music i

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