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Grateful Dead – 1967 Mono Gold Label 1st Pressing Debut LP / Near Mint

A beautiful 1967 mono first pressing of the Grateful Dead’s self-titled debut album on Warner Bros, with the earliest gold labels. This psychedelic classic is rarely found in mono or with the scarce gold labels.  Finding one with a near mint cover and disc is near impossible.  The cover here has the lightest of wear, […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Superb 1967 Mint, Unused Foil Concert Poster / Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Byrds, Etc.

A very rare original concert poster advertising the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival, in unused mint condition. ‘Monterey Pop’ was arguably the most important music festival ever, featuring the first US appearance of Jimi Hendrix, as well as Janis Joplin with Big Brother, the Grateful Dead, Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, and […]

Jimi Hendrix – 1969 ‘Band of Gypsys’ Fillmore East Ticket Stub & Concert Program / Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band

A concert program and ticket stub for Jimi Hendrix’s legendary Band of Gypsys shows, at New York’s Fillmore East on December 31, 1969, and January 1, 1970. Hendrix and his new group played two shows each night; this ticket stub is for the New Year’s Eve show, which began at 10:30 PM on December 31st. […]

Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia-Owned ‘Skull & Roses’ Acetate LP / Perfect Provenance, 2 Letters of Authenticity (Artist Owned)

Jerry Garcia’s personal acetate of side 1/side 2 of the Grateful Dead’s 1971 self-titled double album, better known as Skull and Roses.  This acetate was sold by Garcia’s widow, Deborah Koons Garcia, at a Bonhams auction of Garcia’s personal property. Wikipedia notes the album, “Although published without a title, it is generally known by the […]

Grateful Dead – Ken Kesey Signed & Inscribed 1966 ‘Acid Test’ Private Press LP

A very clean copy of the highly collectible 1966 album The Acid Test, featuring Ken Kesey and the Grateful Dead. Kesey has signed the front cover just to the left of his image, writing ‘My god look it’s Ken Kesey,’ with the end of the ‘y’ forming an arrow pointing to his face.  The psychedelic […]

Grateful Dead – Original Pressing of 1966 Debut 45 “Don’t Ease Me In/Stealin'”

A first pressing of The Grateful Dead’s ultra-rare debut single, “Don’t Ease Me In/Stealin,’” released in 1966 on the short lived Bay Area independent label, Scorpio Records. Though excellent bootlegs exist of this record, this is a genuine first pressing, with matte red labels (those on the bootleg are glossy) and “Commercial Recorders Inc.” etched […]

Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia-Owned ‘Skull & Roses’ Test Pressings / 2 LP’s, Alternate Coupling/ Perfect Provenance, 2 Letters of Authenticity (Artist Owned)

Jerry Garcia’s personal test pressings of the Grateful Dead’s 1971 self-titled double album, better known as Skull and Roses.  These test pressings, with an unreleased alternate coupling, were sold by Garcia’s widow, Deborah Koons Garcia, at a Bonhams auction of Garcia’s personal property. Wikipedia notes the album, “Although published without a title, it is generally […]

Grateful Dead / Ken Kesey – Rare 1966 Promotional Poster for ‘The Acid Test’ Private Press LP

A very rare promotional poster advertising the highly collectible 1966 album The Acid Test, featuring Ken Kesey and the Grateful Dead. The first recording session at the Bay Area studio Sound City was an in-studio Acid Test featuring Ken Kesey, the Grateful Dead, and members of the Merry Pranksters.  Sound City issued the results as […]

Grateful Dead – 1980 Radio City Music Hall Laminate Backstage Pass (From ‘Dead Ahead’ Shows)

A laminate backstage pass for the Grateful Dead’s October, 1980 shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.  The Dead played Radio City from October 22-31, 1980; the last two concerts were filmed and released as the concert video Dead Ahead (photo of poster for these shows included for reference only.) This pass is from […]

Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia’s Personal Backstage Pass For 15th Anniversary Warfield Concerts & Grateful Dead Business Card

Jerry Garcia’s personal laminate backstage pass for the Grateful Dead’s 15th Anniversary Shows at San Francisco’s Warfield Theatre, given by Garcia to the band’s publicist. To mark the Dead’s 15th anniversary as a band, the group played a fifteen night stint at the Warfield.  As explained in the accompanying letter of authenticity: During 1979 and […]

Grateful Dead – 1979-1980 Tour Laminate Backstage Pass For “Hieronymus Bosch”

A laminate all access backstage pass for the Grateful Dead’s Tour 1979-1980, made out to the name of 15th Century Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch (see explanation below.) This pass is from the collection of the Grateful Dead’s former publicist, who notes in her accompanying letter of authenticity While working for Ren Grevatt Associates, the boutique […]

Woodstock Festival – Original Large Poster Signed by Promoter Michael Lang, From His Personal Collection

A beautiful original large-size concert poster advertising the Woodstock Festival of Music and Art/An Aquarian Exposition (popularly known as “Woodstock”,) held August 15, 16 and 17, 1969 in White Lake, New York.  We obtained this poster directly from Woodstock promoter Michael Lang, who signed it at our request in the lower left corner.  Lang’s accompanying […]

Woodstock Festival – Original Large Poster Signed by Promoter Michael Lang, From His Personal Collection

A beautiful original large-size concert poster advertising the Woodstock Festival of Music and Art/An Aquarian Exposition (popularly known as “Woodstock”,) held August 15, 16 and 17, 1969 in White Lake, New York.  We obtained this poster directly from Woodstock promoter Michael Lang, who signed it at our request in the lower left corner.  Lang’s accompanying […]

Grateful Dead – 4 Master Tapes From ‘Dark Star’ Mixing Session / Nearly 2 Hours of Alternate Mixes

Four 10” audio tapes, comprising the ‘live’ mixing session for the Grateful Dead’s 1968 single “Dark Star/Born Cross-Eyed.” These remarkable and previously undocumented tapes contain nearly two hours of alternate versions of both songs. In the pre-digital era, songs were mixed ‘live’—an engineer played back the multi-track master tape, and the artist and/or producer adjusted […]

Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, The Band, Traffic, Etc. – 1970 Trans Continental Pop Festival Concert Poster (AKA Festival Express)

An original concert poster advertising the Trans Continental Pop Festival’s two June 1970 dates at the CNE Grandstand in Toronto, Canada.  Performers included the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, The Band, Traffic, Ten Years Aftere, Delaney & Bonnie, Mountain and Buddy Guy. From Wikipedia: The Trans Continental Pop Festival was staged in three Canadian cities: Toronto, […]

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