Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac -1968 UK Concert Poster / Circa 1st LP / also John Mayall, Duster Bennett

A rare window-card type concert poster advertising a show by Fleetwood Mac featuring Peter Green, with Duster Bennett, at the Town Hall, Torquay [England], on July 26, 1968.   Also advertised is an upcoming show by John Mayall. This show took place just five months after Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac released their first, self-titled, album.  As […]

Otis Spann & Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac – UK 1st Press ‘Biggest Thing Since Colossus’ LP / Blue Horizon

A clean UK first pressing of Otis Spann’s 1969 album with Fleetwood Mac The Biggest Thing Since Colossus, on Blue Horizon records. Wikipedia notes ‘Spann had been involved [with Fleetwood Mac’s] recording of the Blues Jam at Chess album, and a rapport had been struck between Spann and the British band, which led to their […]

Fleetwood Mac – Unique Unlimited Backstage Pass in Fire Extinguisher Box / From Former Warner Bros. Chairman

A hard plastic Fleetwood Mac “Unlimited Access” backstage pass, housed in a custom made plexi-glass case that reads “Fire Extinguisher: In Case of Fire Break Glass,” from the collection of Russ Thyret, former Chairman of Warner Bros. Records, and a close associate of the band. We’re guessing this was something Fleetwood Mac made in extremely small numbers […]

Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green, Chuck Berry – 1968 Shrine LA Small Concert Poster

A small card stock concert poster advertising two June 1968 shows by Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, Chuck Berry and the Chambers Brothers at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, as part of the legendary Pinnacle concert series.  Very evocative artwork by John Van Hamersveld. In very good to near excellent condition with some sun […]

The Who – 1968 Pinnacle Concert Poster with Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, Crazy World of Arthur Brown / Custom Framed

A first and only printing of Victor Moscoso’s classic poster advertising a show by The Who, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown at Los Angeles’s Shrine Auditorium, on June 28 & 29, 1968, as part of the Pinnacle Concert Series. The Who were touring in support of their masterpiece The […]

Fleetwood Mac – Aquae Sulis Incident Festival Poster (Likely Peter Green’s Final Show)

A very rare concert poster advertising The Aquae Sulis Incident, a May 1970 concert in Bath, England headlined by Fleetwood Mac.  Conflicting online sources cite this as the last, or second to last show Peter Green played before leaving the band he founded. Aquae Sulis refers to the ancient Roman city of Bath, known for […]

Fleetwood Mac – ‘Greatest Hits’ RIAA Platinum Record Award Presented to Warner Bros Chairman

An RIAA Platinum Record Award for Fleetwood Mac album Greatest Hits. This award was presented to Russ Thyret (1944-2021), the former Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Records. Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold is a former Executive Vice President/General Manager of Warner Bros. who worked closely with Thyret, and obtained this directly from Thyret’s estate. This award was originally framed in one of […]

Byrds / Fleetwood Mac / Velvet Underground / Muddy Waters – 1968 Kinetic Theatre Chicago Handbill

A handbill advertising a 1968 Electric New Year’s Eve All Night Gala at Chicago’s Kinetic Theatre, featuring The Byrds, Muddy Waters and Fleetwood Mac (with Peter Green.)  At the bottom there is a listing of upcoming shows by Albert King, the Velvet Underground with Spirit (Jan 24/25 1969,) Tim Hardin, Jeff Beck and 10 Years […]

Fleetwood Mac – Original 1979 Band Portrait Used In Los Angeles Times ‘Tusk’ Review

An original, extremely detailed pen and ink portrait of Fleetwood Mac, created by artist Nancy Onhanian for use in the Los Angeles Times’ October 14, 1979 review of the band’s new album Tusk.  Included is the actual front page of the Times’ Calendar section, with this portrait.  This extraordinary portrait must have taken many hours […]

Fleetwood Mac – 4 x Platinum RIAA Record Award for ‘The Dance’ / To Warner Bros Senior VP

An original RIAA Quadruple (4x) Platinum Record Award for Fleetwood Mac’s The Dance, also commemorating the platinum sales of the music video from this album, presented to a former senior Vice President of the group’s record label, Warner Bros. Records.  Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold is a former executive vice president of Warner Bros, and obtained this from a former […]

Fleetwood Mac – Ultra Rare 1977 Warner Brothers ‘Rumours’ Promo Belt Buckle & Button

An extremely rare Fleetwood Mac belt buckle produced by their record label Warner Bros. Records to promote their 1977 album ‘Rumours’, with a similar era vintage Warner Bros Fleetwood Mac promotional button. These both come from the collection of Russ Thyret (1944-2021), the former Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Records, and a close associate […]

Fleetwood Mac – Sealed “Fleetwood Mac” Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs Original Master Recording LP (MFSL)

A beautiful sealed mint condition copy of Fleetwood Mac’s self titled album issued by Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs.  The loose wrap baggie is fully intact, with the Limited Edition sticker on front, and Original Master Recordings flyer sealed inside.  From the collection of a longtime Warner Bros. employee who worked with the band.

Fleetwood Mac – Original “Tusk” Album Cover Artwork

Two extraordinary pieces of original album cover artwork used for Fleetwood Mac’s highly-acclaimed album Tusk, including “the floating collage,” which author Ryan Reid notes in his book Fleetwood Mac FAQ “remains Tusk’s true visual centerpiece.” Created by acclaimed artist/photographer/graphic designer Jayme Odgers, these stunning photographic collages are the result of five separate photo sessions, and […]

Fleetwood Mac – Sealed “The Alternate Tusk” 2 LPs, Signed by Album Cover Photographer Jayme Odgers

A sealed copy of the 2016 Record Store Day limited double album The Alternate Tusk, signed on the front cover by album cover photographer Jayme Odgers.  We obtained this directly from Odgers, and at our request, he peeled back the shrink wrap on the lower right hand corner and signed the album cover.  In near […]

Fleetwood Mac – ‘Tusk’ 1979 RIAA Platinum Record Award To Former Warner Bros Chairman

An original 1979 RIAA Platinum Record Award for Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk, presented to Russ Thyret (1944-2021), former Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Records, and a close friend of the band. Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold is a former Executive Vice President of Warner Bros who worked closely with Thyret, and obtained this directly from his estate. The […]

Fleetwood Mac – Sealed ‘Rumours’ Special Silver Stamped Edition / One of 250 Made For Warner Bros. Employees

A factory sealed, mint condition example of the ultra rare 1977 commemorative silver stamped edition of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors.  Only 250 of these LP’s were made, for distribution to Warner Bros. Records employees, in recognition of the role they played in making this album one of the biggest selling records of all time. Recordmecca’s Jeff […]