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Fleetwood Mac – Original Album Cover Photograph/Artwork for “Heroes Are Hard To Find” by Herbie Worthington III

The original photograph used on the cover of Fleetwood Mac’s 1974 album Heroes Are Hard To Find, taken by the late Herbie Worthington III. This large mounted print came from Worthington’s estate, and is almost certainly the actual print used by the Warner Bros. Records art department to create the album cover. Measuring 15 ½” […]

Fleetwood Mac – Stevie Nicks’ Stage-Used, Full Band Signed Tambourine With Authentication

A Stevie Nicks stage-used tambourine signed by the complete classic lineup of Fleetwood Mac during their 1997 “The Dance” tour.  This tambourine was played by Nicks during Fleetwood Mac’s October 9, 1997 concert at the Fargo, N.D. Fargodome, and signed after the concert by Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, and […]

Pink Floyd, Cream, Small Faces, The Move, Fleetwood Mac – 1967 UK National Jazz & Blues Festival Concert Poster

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 […]

Fleetwood Mac – Signed, Stevie Nicks Stage-Used Tambourine From “The Dance” Tour with full provenance

A Stevie Nicks stage-used tambourine signed by the complete classic lineup of Fleetwood Mac during their “The Dance” tour in 1997.  We obtained this rarity from former Warner Bros. Records vice president Larry Butler.  His accompanying letter of authenticity details the provenance of this rare artifact, and notes, in part, “From 1979 to 2001, I […]

Run-DMC/Sting/Stevie Nicks – Signed Keith Haring “Very Special Christmas” Silkscreen Print

An original silkscreen print by the late Keith Haring, signed by Run-DMC, Stevie Nicks, Sting, Bryan Adams and record producer Jimmy Iovine.   Keith Haring created this artwork in 1987 for the cover of the multi-million selling album A Very Special Christmas, which raised funds for the Special Olympics. Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold was an art […]

Traffic – Saville Theatre Hapshash Poster w/ Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac

A rare poster advertising the first ever concert by TRAFFIC on Septermber 24, 1967 at London’s Saville Theatre (owned by Beatles manager Brian Epstein) and upcoming concerts by John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers (featuring Mick Taylor) and Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac (only 5 weeks after their live debut.) The artwork is by the legendary Hapshash and the […]

The Who – 1968 Pinnacle Concert Poster with Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac

A beautiful first printing of Victor Moscoso’s classic poster for The Who, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown at LA’s Shrine Auditorium, on June 28 & 29, 1968, as part of the Pinnacle Concert Series. This first and only printing measures 21.5″ X 17.5″ and is in Excellent condition, with […]

Peter Green & Fleetwood Mac – Signed 1978 “The Apostle” 45

A UK copy of “The Apostle/Tribal Dance” by British Blues guitar great Peter Green, signed by Green on the sleeve in blue ballpoint.  The 45 is in NM- condition.  Green autographs from this are are rare indeed, as he was a virtual recluse after leaving Fleetwood Mac.  With Recordmecca’s lifetime guarantee of authenticity.

The Police, Ramones, Fleetwood Mac – 1982 Us Festival Oversize Boxing-Style Concert Poster

A huge (nearly 4′ tall) Boxing-Style concert poster for the legendary US Festival– Sept 3rd-5th 1982 at Glen Helen Regional Park. This has one of the most eclectic and star filled lineups over 3 days of any festival ever. The artists include The Police, The Grateful Dead, The Ramones, Fleetwood Mac, Talking Heads, The B-52’s, […]

Fleetwood Mac – Huge 1970 German Concert Poster By Gunther Kieser

A huge subway-sized concert poster advertising a January, 1970 concert by Fleetwood Mac at the Munich, Germany Deutsches Museum.   Fleewood Mac founder and legendary guitarist Peter Green left the band soon after this show, as a result of a strange encounter that took place while the band was in Munich for this concert.  Green […]

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