An ultra rare Allman Brothers Band backstage pass/button used at the legendary Summer Jam at Watkins Glen, the July 1973 rock festival at which The Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead and The Band played before an estimated 600,000 fans–at one point cited by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “Largest audience at a pop […]
A factory sealed early 1970’s copy of The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East on Capricorn/Warner Brothers Records (2CX 0131.) This is the earliest Warner Bros. pressing, which came out slightly a year or two after the Atlantic distributed version (which sells for $500 more for an unopened example like this.) In sealed, mint condition. […]
A sealed and mint first pressing of Eat A Peach, the classic double album by The Allman Brothers Band on Capricorn Records (2CP 0102). This is an original first pressing in beautiful condition with fully intact shrink wrap. As new.
A beautiful first printing concert poster advertising 1967 concerts by Eric Burdon and The Animals, Hour Glass (Duane and Gregg’s Allman’s band, before the Allman Brothers Band) and Mother Earth at San Francisco’s legendary Fillmore auditorium. This poster, number 89 in the Bill Graham poster series, features art by Bonnie MacLean (at the time Mrs. […]
Two unreleased and alternate album cover proofs for the Allman Brothers Band’s most beloved album, At Fillmore East, both signed by the album’s photographer and art director Jim Marshall. These proofs are for the outside and inside of the gatefold album cover, and both differ from the artwork on the released album. The front/back cover […]
A superb hand printed 8 ” x 10″ silver gelatin photograph of The Allman Brothers Band used as the cover of their landmark At Fillmore East album, by the legendary Jim Marshall. This is a handmade original print, not a mass produced photo. The print is in mint condition, with Marshall’s studio stamp label on […]
Pre-Allman Bros, great blues rock.
An original 5″ x 7″ Jim Marshall photograph of Allman Brothers Band guitarist Duane Allman, practicing in the bathroom of a San Francisco Holiday Inn in 1969 (The year the Allman’s debut album was released.) This is an original handprinted silver gelatin print, and it’s in spectacular mint condition, with Jim Marshall’s studio stamp on […]
A rare original concert program for the Grateful Dead’s concerts with special guests the Love and The Allman Brothers Band in February, 1970 at New York’s legendary Fillmore East. The Allmans’ at this point had only their self-titled debut album out, and it’s amazing to contemplate they were third on the bill behind Arthur Lee […]
A scarce 36 page program for the final shows at Bill Graham’s legendary Fillmore East, in June, 1971; starring the Allman Brothers Band, J. Geils Band, and blues giant Albert King. This deluxe program features a special gold cover, band photos and biographies, a message from Bill Graham, photos of every Fillmore East employee, a […]