Daily Herald, November 6, 2005
For music fans, this site is really rockin'
Wolfgang's Vault harks back to an era where love, lunch and music were supposed to be free. But if you are looking for souvenirs of the golden days of rock 'n' roll, they're going to cost you.
Wolfgang's Vault features rock promoter Bill Graham's archives and claims to be one of the largest collections in the world. Wolfgang Grajonca was Graham's name when he fled Nazi Germany.
While browsing through wolfgangsvault.com will make any child of the '60s or neighboring decades salivate, many of the prices are only for the most successful graduates of that era.
For example, a 1970 Jim Marshall print of Miles Davis at the Isle of Wight Festival is $7,500.
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