A beautiful white label promotional copy of David Bowie’s album The Man Who Sold The World, on US Mercury Records, boldly signed by Bowie with his full name circa 1970. Promotional copies of The Man Who Sold The World are rare indeed, and this one, in Near Mint condition throughout, would be highly collectible even […]
A previously undocumented David Bowie interview tape, recorded on October 11, 1969. Part of a radio documentary on Swinging London, Belgian journalist Ward Bogaert spoke to Bowie about the phenomenon of Arts Labs, and his developing career. This captures Bowie at the moment his song “Space Oddity” was becoming his first hit. Two days before […]
A classic 5″ x 7″ black and white photograph of David Bowie, signed during the year of his peak popularity ‘Bowie 83.’ This has been authenticated by music autograph expert, whose signed letter of authenticity is included. As noted in a second letter of authenticity, ‘My late wife Gloria Johnson was music director at KGON […]
Rick Wright of Pink Floyd and his wife Millie’s tickets to the eleventh annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s induction dinner, held at New York’s Waldorf Astoria hotel on January 17, 1987. Than evening Pink Floyd were inducted into the Rock Hall, alongside fellow artists David Bowie, the Velvet Underground, Jefferson Airplane, Little Willie […]
A barely played UK first pressing of David Bowie’s 1972 masterpiece The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, on RCA Records. As a first pressing, there is no mention of Bowie’s management company Mainman on the sleeve or disc, which credits the publishing to Titanic Music/Chrysalis Music, with the additional […]
A beautiful German RCA 12″ Super-Sound-Single of David Bowie’s ‘Heroes,’ boldly signed on the front cover by Bowie. This 12″ features Bowie singing ‘Heroes’ in English and German on the A-Side, with an English and French version on the B-Side. The vinyl is in Mint condition. Bowie has signed the Near Mint cover in black […]
A mint, fresh first printing concert poster advertising David Bowie and the unbilled Spiders From Mars at San Francisco’s Winterland, on October 27, as part of his Ziggy Stardust Tour. Opening acts were Sylvester and His Hot Band and Phlorescent Leech and Eddie; artwork by Randy Tuten. In our opinion, this was Bowie at his […]
A unique and previously undocumented master tape from the mixing session for David Bowie’s hit single “Golden Years,” containing thirteen partial and full mixes, all unreleased. Included is a professional digital transfer of the tape. This 10 1/2″ reel-to-reel tape, from New York’s Hit Factory Studios, is dated October 4, 1975, and lists the artist […]
A February 1972 Royal Mail Telegram sent by RCA Records New York to David Bowie’s manager, Tony Defries, imploring DeFries to send the label new photographs of Bowie. The telegram, dated February 7, 1972 and addressed to Defries at the Gem Group (prior to the formation of MainMan), came at a critical juncture in Bowie’s […]
A large ticket stub from David Bowie’s June 16, 1974 concert at Toronto’s O’Keefe Centre, during his Diamond Dogs tour. The ticket stub, for a great seat in the center of second row, measures 3 3/4″ x 1 3/4″ and is in excellent condition, with a barely noticeable vertical soft crease.
An original David Bowie autographed “With Compliments” card from his Isolar Production company. Bowie signed a number of these cards for a BMG Music senior executive in 1993, and they were sent out with copies of his “Black Tie/White Noise” album. The BMG executive kept some extra cards that weren’t sent out, and we obtained […]
A David Bowie-signed letter to his lawyer, Stan Diamond, regarding an agreement with production company Trident Records, and a file copy of a related royalty agreement. Bowie signs the letter, dated April 10, 1980 using his legal name, D.R. Jones (Bowie was born David Robert Jones on January 8, 1947). The typed and hand-signed letter […]
A sheet of six promotional stickers advertising David Bowie’s 1973 album of British Rock covers, Pin Ups. These sheets of peel-off stickers were sent to record stores and press and radio as a promotional item. This example is in mint condition, ready to be framed. 11″ x 8 1/2″.
A stunning original photograph of David Bowie in 1972, during his Ziggy Stardust prime, by Mick Rock, the photographer most closely associated with him. This print was made from the original negative, and has Mick Rock’s studio label on the back and his handwritten copyright dates, first 1972, the year the image was made, and […]
An impossibly rare set of David Bowie and the Spiders From Mars autographs on five petty cash receipts (for cash advanced to them by management). The individual receipts are signed by David Bowie and Spiders From Mars members Mick Ronson (guitar,) Trevor Boulder (bass,) and Woody Woodmansey (drums.) Also included is a receipt signed by […]
A rare photograph of David Bowie in his first band, The Konrads, taken in February 1963. Bowie (right), using the stage name David Jay in the band, was initially the group’s saxophonist, but took over as lead singer when the band’s frontman cut his foot on broken glass at a pub gig. From Wikipedia: In […]