Boo! I hope I didn’t scare you.
Anyways, it’s Friday and that means it’s also Halloween weekend. So here’s a quick post full of sweet treats (minus the tricks.) So let’s dig into these free live concert downloads featuring Moogfest, a World Series Playlist and a spooky Sound Opinions.
Wolfgang’s Vault Celebrates Moogfest and Brian Ferry
This weekend in Asheville, NC Moogfest 2010 is celebrating bands and musicians who have used Moog synthesizers to rock the stage and record iconic albums in the last 30 years. The Moogfest bill includes Devo, Octopus Project, MGMT and many more.
And to join in the Moogfest celebration, our sponsors Wolfgang’s Vault are featuring the work of Brian Ferry of Roxy Music on the WGV blog.
Wolfgang’s Vault Public Playlist: The Fall Classic in Concert
If you’re a baseball fan like me, then you’ll want to check out WGV’s World Series Playlist that’s full of Fall Classic-ready live tracks. There’s also some Halloween goodies lurking on the Public Playlist too. You can listen to one track above of Jimi Hendrix’s “Wild Thing,” that was the rousing theme song for Rick Vaughn in Major League, then get the rest of the lineup here.
What’s Else Is Going On In the Concert Vault?
As always, if you’re look for new and classic concerts to enjoy, you can check out WGV’s concert vault here, plus get your daily live concert fix $4 deals on full concert downloads that are served up everyday too.
If you’re wondering, the downloads can be transferred to your iPod, burned to a CD or whatever you wish. And all of the downloads are available in both high-quality 256k mp3 and lossless CD-quality FLAC format. And if you’re looking to go mobile, go check out the WGV iPhone app.
Sound Opinions Halloween Special
Tonight on Sound Opinions they’ll being down a special Halloween episode of scary songs picked by Greg Kot and Jim Derogatis. I wonder if it’ll be as bloody good at the Slayer episode.
Download What You Missed
In case you’ve missed them, here’s some more free downloads that we’ve featured previously on Live Fix.
Interview with Ursula of Chicago Hauntings and more scary shows coming up…
That’s all for now. We hope you have a great weekend of shows. And we hope there all scary good and not scary bad. However they turn out we’d love to hear about your concert adventures. Drop us a comment and let us know how the shows turn out.