James Brown – 1970’s Stage Worn Jumpsuit and Vest

A custom made jumpsuit and rhinestone studded vest, owned and worn on stage by the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, during the 1970’s.  The green jumpsuit has a silver embroidered front with zipper closure.  The long green vest has a silver embroidered collar, black lining and rhinestone accents. This outfit, a pair of Brown’s boots […]

James Brown – Very Rare 1967 Paris Olympia Concert Poster

An extremely rare concert poster advertising a series of shows by James Brown at the Paris Olympia in September and October 1967.  These legendary shows came at Brown’s peak; during 1966 and 1967 Brown released some of his highest charting singles including “Ain’t That a Groove”, “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World”, “Don’t Be a […]

James Brown – 1st Pressing “Live at The Apollo” Mono LP With Shrink Wrap

A beautiful Near Mint/Near Mint- mono first pressing of James Brown’s legendary 1963 album Live at The Apollo, on King Records.  This copy, with the large King logo on the labels, looks barely played–perhaps two or three times at most.  About 95% of the original shrink wrap is intact (there is a small bit missing […]

James Brown – Sealed Original “I Can’t Stand It When Yoku Touch Me” King LP

A sealed first pressing of James Brown’s 1968 album I Can’t Stand It When You Touch Me on King. This has the custom back cover which identifies it as a first pressing, and it is as beautiful as you could  hope to see–perfect square corners, factory shrink wrap fully intact; just a minor crease to […]

James Brown/Sid Nathan – Record Distributor Meeting LP

Sid Nathan, legendary founder/owner of King Records (and the man who found James Brown) made a tape in the late 50’s to be played for his distributors around the country, sharing his wit and wisdom about the record business in his extremely eccentric and idiosyncratic way. Tom Noonan, the late record business legend and former […]