A beautiful copy of Blinds & Shutters, the deluxe limited edition book of Michael Cooper’s photographs published by Genesis; this copy signed by Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Graham Nash, John Mayall, Harry Nilsson, Sgt. Peppers cover artist Peter Blake, Beatles publicist Derek Taylor, writer Terry Southern and 5 others. This 1990 book extensively […]
An exceedingly rare concert poster for the 1967 British National Jazz & Blues Festival featuring what is arguably the greatest lineup ever at a UK festival. Performing over three days were many of the greatest British artists ever, including the first show ever by Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, the Small Faces, The Cream, The Jeff […]
A superb original UK pressing of Disraeli Gears, the second album from Cream, on Reaction Records. The disc is in Mint/Near Mint condition, with A1/B3 stampers, and only a single faint spindle trail on each label; it has probably been played no more than three or four times, and carefully at that. It has the […]
A superb original UK pressing of Fresh Cream, the debut album from Cream, on Reaction Records. The disc is in Mint/Near Mint condition, with A1/B1 stampers, and only a single faint spindle trail; it has probably been played no more than three or four times, and carefully at that. It has the smooth label variant, […]
An original first printing poster advertising a Bob Dylan concert with Eric Clapton and blues legends Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee on July 1, 1978 at the Nuremberg, Germany Zeppelin Field. This large poster measures 23 1/2″ x 33″ and is in mint condition.
An extremely rare original 1966 copy of Cream’s recording contract with manager Robert Stigwood. This would have come from either a band member or their management or legal representatives. This eight page recording agreement details the band’s (here called “The Cream”) record deal with the Robert Stigwood Organization. Stigwood was Cream’s manager; in the 1960’s […]
A stunning 1968 first printing concert poster for Traffic, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Crumbs at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles; artwork by John Van Hamersveld. This is one of our favorite psychedelic posters ever, with eye-popping artwork and unique type created by Van Hamersveld. Evidently Van Hamersveld stood on top of a table to […]
A rare set of Rolling Stone magazine, issues #1 – 105, bound in a limited edition of seven volumes and gifted by Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner to former Warner Bros. Records president Joe Smith. Wenner and legendary San Francisco Chronicle music critic Ralph J. Gleason launched Rolling Stone with their debut issue on November […]
A beautiful Eric Clapton signed promotional lithograph with artwork by Peter Blake, made by Reprise Records to promote Clapton’s 1991 live album “24 Nights.” Famed British pop artist Blake created many memorable album covers, most notably for The Beatles’ classic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Clapton has signed this boldly in black pen, dating […]
A very rare true UK first pressing of the self titled album by BLIND FAITH. The earliest pressings of this classic album had a single thickness front cover, i.e., the front cover was printed on a single sheet of card stock, the front picturing the girl, the back with the band photo and the word […]
A beautiful first (and only) printing of BG-79, the poster advertising Cream, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and South Side Sound System at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco in August, 1967; in virtually mint condition. Designed by Bonnie MacLean (Mrs. Bill Graham at the time), this is the original pre-concert printing, designated by Eric […]
Jack Bruce’s harmonica, used by him at the 2005 Cream reunion concerts at Royal Albert Hall; signed and authenticated by him. On May 2, 2005 the original members of Cream, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, reunited for their first concerts in 37 years; generating a huge amount of worldwide media attention, as well […]
Jack Bruce’s personal setlist for the 2005 Cream reunion concerts at London’s Royal Albert Hall, annotated and autographed by Bruce. On May 2, 2005 the original members of Cream, Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, reunited for their first concerts in 37 years; generating a huge amount of worldwide media attention, as well as […]
A mint condition copy of Cream’s “Hello Again On Tour” on Zap/World Records. This copy has fully intact shrink wrap and looks as if it’s been played no more than once. Recorded live in Amsterdam, 1967. Scarce and in beautiful condition.
A letter from Jeff Beck to his Los Angeles friend Darryl Stolper, the envelope postmarked 13 September 1967; thanking him for sending Beck the just-released debut album from Vanilla Fudge, telling Stolper to expect some albums Beck is sending including ‘Fresh Cream,’ letting him know that he and his band may be coming to play […]