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A peek inside Wolfgang’s Vault

When Pigs Fly: This poster was designed by artist Randy Tuten for Pink Floyd’s May 9-10 shows in 1977 on their In the Flesh tour. The tour was to promote their album “Animals,” which included an inflatable pig on the album cover. The band actually flew a massive pig outside some of the venues on the tour. At Wolfgang’s Vault, 1st printing posters are $725, and 2nd printing posters are $48. Courtesy of Wolfgang's Vault.

Twelve years ago, Wolfgang’s Vault was born. A musical wayback web portal guaranteed to impress music fans of all tastes and sensibilities. Here’s a peek behind the ‘vault.’

Behind Who’s eyes

Pete Towshend and Roger Daltrey at the rehearsal studio with their musical director, Frank Simes. Photo courtesy of Frank Simes.

Musical Director Frank Simes is behind the scenes for now, but his superstar connections — such as The Who — promise to raise his personal profile quickly

Kickstarting the Luck of Eden Hall

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Though it’s only six months since Spin Cycle last delved into the world of the Luck of Eden Hall, that was then and this is now.  Six months, after all, is a long time when your band never stops moving, …

10 minutes with Robin Trower

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Trower is back with his latest effort, “Something’s About to Change” — a solid mixture of blues influences and his classic distorted Stratocaster guitar.