The Doors, Byrds, Jefferson Airplane – KFRC Fantasy Fair Concert Program (The world’s first rock festival)
A four page program for the June 10 & 11, 1967 KFRC Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival, considered to be the real start of the Bay Area’s “summer of love” and the world’s first rock …more
A very rare 1970 promotional Warner Bros. Records 45, with a radio spot advertising The Kinks album Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One and Van Morrison’s album His Band and the …more
An original photograph of Sting by famed fine-art photographer Duane Michaels, used on the cover of The Police’s album Synchronicity.
We acquired this from legendary record executive Jeff …more
A rare boxing-style concert poster advertising The Police’s September 1983 show (with Berlin, The Fixx and The Thompson Twins) at the Hollywood Park Racetrack, during their Syncrhonicity tour. We obtained this …more
A fully autographed copy of the rare 1988 promotional only Ramones 12″ EP featuring “I Wanna Be Sedated” (The Updated Sedated Radio Mix)/”I Wanna Be Sedated” (Ramones-On-45 Mega Mix!)/Indian Giver.
A scarce cardboard boxing-style promotional poster advertising the Rolling Stones 1978 album Some Girls, and featuring and featuring the withdrawn artwork with images of Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, …more
A deluxe, limited-edition copy of the acclaimed new book Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges/As Told By Iggy Pop, signed by Iggy Pop and author Jeff Gold.
Only 400 copies of the limited edition …more
A mid-1960’s Gordy Records promotional photograph of The Temptations, warmly inscribed and signed on the back by Melvin Franklin, David Ruffin and Otis Williams. Melvin Franklin writes “To Gloria, my early …more
A copy of The Who’s double CD Box Set, Join Together, autographed by Pete Townshend, Roger Daltry and the late great John Entwistle. Each has signed the booklet for the box set, boldly in silver paint …more
The original and probably banned artwork created for The Who’s album Direct Hits. Direct Hits was issued in the UK in October 1968, on Track Records. It was The Who’s first compilation album, …more
A rare cardboard boxing-style concert poster advertising The Who and The Clash’s October 29, 1982 show at the Los Angeles Coliseum. After this tour, The Who’s announced it was their final tour, and they didn’t …more
A very rare handbill from London’s legendary Marquee Club, advertising shows during February 1965 featuring The Who and The Yardbirds (with Eric Clapton) and others. The Marquee was “the” club in swinging …more
An ultra rare Tim Buckley collectible—a circa 1965 “lead sheet” with Buckley’s handwritten and signed lyrics for his song “No More”, as recorded by his band, The Bohemians. This song was part of their original …more
A rare original concert program for Traffic’s concerts with special guests Cat Stevens in November, 1970 at New York’s legendary Fillmore East. The program is 16 pages and includes band bios, photos, and great …more
A very rare promotional only multicolored splash vinyl copy of Remember the Oldies, the various artists R&B/Doo Wop album on Chess subsidiary Argo Records. This is the first example we’ve ever offered, and …more
A very rare Velvet Underground promotional sticker made by MGM Records to promote the band’s 1969 self-titled 3rd album. This comes from the collection of the Velvet’s late guitarist, Sterling Morrison. The …more
A beautiful original concert poster advertising a January, 1970 show by The Velvet Underground at The Paramount Theatre in Springfield, Mass. Designed by promoter Steve Nelson, this is one of the few Velvets …more
A scarce first edition hardbound copy of Andy Warhol’s Index (Book,) with the holographic cover and including a still-attached Velvet Underground record. Warhol’s 1967 Index (Book) was an adventurous and …more
An extremely rare original photograph of the Velvet Underground, circa 1968, probably at Andy Warhol’s Factory, and taken by Factory photographer Billy Name. This is a rare vintage print, with …more
A beautiful original photograph of The Velvet Underground with Nico, Andy Warhol, Mary Woronov and Gerard Malanga at Warhol’s Silver Factory in 1966, taken by longtime Warhol associate and Factory photographer …more
A beautiful limited-edition Serigraph (a fine-art silkscreen print) by Billy Name of The Velvet Underground with Nico, Andy Warhol, Mary Woronov and Gerard Malanga at Warhol’s Silver Factory in 1966.
A list of fifty folk and original songs, typed and hand-annotated by Woody Guthrie, presumably for a songbook. Woody lists 50 favorite songs from his repertoire, including virtually all his …more
A late 1960’s second pressing of the Yardbirds 1964 debut album, Five Live Yardbirds on Columbia. This was the band’s only album featuring Eric Clapton. This copy is in beautiful Near Mint/Near Mint …more
A very rare handbill from London’s legendary Marquee Club, advertising shows during March 1966 featuring The Yardbirds (with Jeff Beck), David Bowie & The Buzz, the Small Faces, the Spencer Davis Group (with …more