Stanley Mouse – 1967 Signed Drawing On “Human Be-In / Gathering Of The Tribes” Poster, Signed by Allen Ginsberg

An original drawing by the legendary Stanley Mouse, on the back of a first printing poster for A Gathering of The Tribes for a Human Be-In.  Mouse has drawn a large and very ornate, almost unreadable FUCK YOU, and below, very clearly, Souvenier of Haight Ashbury (misspelled,) signing it in pencil Mouse (c) 1967 with […]

Woodstock – Original 1969 Press Pass

An extremely rare Press Pass for the 1969 Woodstock Festival (short for the Woodstock Music & Art Fair – An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace and Music.)  The story of the Woodstock Festival and the artists who performed is familiar to any fan of 60’s rock– the rain, the mud, the crowd of 500,000 […]

Woodstock Festival – Original Backstage Pass and Business Card

A rare backstage pass and business card for the 1969 Woodstock Festival (short for the Woodstock Music & Art Fair – An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace and Music.)  The story of the Woodstock Festival and the artists who performed is familiar to any fan of 60’s rock– the rain, the mud, the crowd […]

Allman Brothers Band – Grateful Dead – Fillmore East Concert Program

A rare original concert program for the Grateful Dead’s concerts with special guests the Love and The Allman Brothers Band in February, 1970 at New York’s legendary Fillmore East.  The Allmans’ at this point had only their self-titled debut album out, and it’s amazing to contemplate they were third on the bill behind Arthur Lee […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Original Concert Poster – Jimi Hendrix, Grateful Dead, Etc.

An original concert poster from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival.  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, Otis Redding and so many more.  This is […]

Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia – Original Jim Marshall Woodstock Photograph

A superb hand printed 8″ x 10″ silver gelatin photograph of the Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia by the legendary Jim Marshall.  Taken backstage at the August, 1969 Woodstock Festival, this shows Garcia at ease, posing for his friend Marshall while playing guitar.  The print is in mint condition, with Marshall’s studio stamp the note “Jerry […]

Grateful Dead – Don’t Ease Me In Scorpio 45 Reissue

A rare mid-1970’s unauthorized exact reproduction of the Grateful Dead’s ultra rare debut single, “Don’t Ease Me In/Stealin” on Scorpio. An authentic first pressing in Mint/Near Mint condition, as this is, would be worth $4000. today; here’s an opportunity to get an exact copy for far less (this repro is so similar to the first […]

Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys – Grateful Dead – Band of Gypsys Fillmore East Program

A program for the legendary Jimi Hendrix/Band of Gypsys concerts at New York’s Fillmore East on New Years Eve 1969/70, at which the Hendrix album of the same name was recorded; and shows by the Grateful Dead, Lighthouse and Cold Blood on January 2 & 3, 1970. This great 28 page program features band photos […]

Grateful Dead – Pigpen – Jim Marshall Vintage Pigpen Photograph

A vintage Jim Marshall photograph of Grateful Dead vocalist and keyboardist Pigpen (Ron McKernan) astride his motorcycle, circa 1967. This 8′ x 10′ print has legendary photographer Marshall’s studio stamp on the reverse (1831 Union St, San Francisco) as well as some publication notes. Vintage Marshall prints are scarce indeed, and this one is a […]

Grateful Dead – 1967 Warner Bros. Records Promo Poster

A very rare promotional poster for The Grateful Dead made by Warner Bros. circa the release of their March 1967 debut album. This 22′ x 28′ poster is printed on thin stock, and is in overall near excellent condition, with staple holes in the four corners, some tape pulls on the back, and some light […]

Grateful Dead – 1978 Egypt Tour Program

A true Grateful Dead rarity–a concert program (in Arabic and English) for the Dead’s three night engagement at the Gizah, Egypt Sound and Light Theatre, on September 14, 15 and 16, 1978. We had never seen one of these before, and obtained this from a UK writer who accompanied the band on their journey to […]

Grateful Dead – 1969 Concert Tour Poster

A very rare Warner Bros. tour poster advertising 1969’s album by the Grateful Dead “Live/Dead.” This was the Dead’s first live album; legendary rock critic Robert Christgau wrote that parts of the album contained “the finest rock improvisation ever recorded.” Measuring 15 1/2″ x 29 1/2″, this is a “tour blank” with a space at […]

Grateful Dead – Quicksilver – Big Brother – Love – BG-14 First Print Fillmore Poster

A beautiful Excellent condition first printing of BG-14, the poster advertising a series of concerts with the Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Great Society (with Grace Slick, before she joined the Jefferson Airplane,) Charlatans, Love and Sopwith Camel at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco. This has got to […]

Grateful Dead – Jon Hendricks – Fire In The City 1967 Single

A scarce promo copy of Jon Hendricks 1967 single “Fire In The City/Sons and Daughters,” on which he is backed by the Grateful Dead. Recorded in March 1967 for the soundtrack to the documentary film “Fire In The City.” Hendricks, the noted vocalist from Jazz vocal trio Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross personally confirmed to Recordmecca’s […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Notes For The Friendly Media Press Handout

From the collection of the late Ralph J. Gleason, here is a 3 page handout from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, titled “Notes for the Friendly Media.” Written by Beatles press agent Derek Taylor, who ran the press relations at Monterey Pop, these instructions were given to reporters, and contains all the do’s and dont’s […]