A copy of the long-ago SOLD OUT deluxe, limited-edition of the acclaimed book Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges/As Told By Iggy Pop, signed by Iggy Pop and author Jeff Gold. This is one of only 250 copies printed with a special Gold Metallic cover. Only 400 copies of the limited edition version were […]
A rare and wonderful concert poster advertising a July 1971 show featuring The Stooges, the GTO’s and the Cockettes at Hollywood Palladium. Billed appropriately as Hollywood Babylon, this concert was to feature three of the most outrageous acts of the era: The Stooges, who’s Iggy Pop occupies the central image, Frank Zappa proteges The GTO’s […]
A hand printed black and white photograph of Iggy Pop, signed and dated on the back by legendary photographer Mick Rock. This same image appears in color on the front cover of The Stooges Raw Power album. Rock has dated this print 1995, indicating when it was printed. 8 x 10, in mint condition. Mick […]
A UK copy of Iggy Pop’s 1981 solo album Party, signed by Pop to his then manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005), also longtime manager of The Doors. Pop has signed “Hi Danny, Iggy Pop Wuz Here” adding a scribbled drawing. We obtained this directly from Sugarman’s widow, Fawn Hall, and the extraordinary provenance will be noted in our […]
A rare original contract signed by Stooges guitarist James Williamson for the band’s historic performance on March 27, 1973 at Detroit’s Ford Auditorium. This hometown concert was the first US show by the Stooges’ Raw Power lineup (and only their second ever,) and served as the launch for their legendary third album. The contract, dated […]
An original Mick Rock black and white print of the photograph of Iggy Pop that appears on the back cover of The Stooges Raw Power album in color. This print is signed on the back by Mick Rock and dated 1995, indicating when this particular print was made. 7″ X 9.3″ in mint condition.
A rare 1977 RCA Records promotional poster advertising Iggy Pop’s album The Idiot. In near mint condition, with some minor handling. 22 1/2″ x 22 1/2″.
A rare Iggy Pop “head shop” poster reproducing a famous mid-70’s centerfold from Creem Magazine. This poster has text at the bottom, with a 1978 copyright notice, “Licensed through Dan Sugarman” (Pop’s then manager), and distribution credit from One Stop Posters of Los Angeles. In excellent condition with some minor handling from having been rolled; […]
A stunning concert poster advertising the 1981 Virginia Commonwealth University Halloween Dance, headlined by Iggy Pop. The striking artwork, with Iggy’s glowing orange eyes, is by Bob Lewis. Printed on card stock, in near mint condition. 16.5″ x 20.7″
An impossibly rare original contract signed by Stooges guitarist James Williamson for the band’s historic performance on March 27, 1973 at Detroit’s Ford Auditorium, along with a vintage photograph of Iggy Pop performing at the show. This hometown concert was the first US show by the Stooges’ Raw Power lineup (and only their second ever), […]
A rare circa 1986 A&M Records publicity photograph of Iggy Pop, autographed boldly by the punk legend. Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold wrote the book Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges/As Told By Iggy Pop, and his signed letter of authenticity/lifetime guarantee is included. Near Mint condition, signature in blue pen, 8″ x 10″.
A rare black and white photograph of Iggy Pop taken by Mick Rock and used in color as the front cover of Iggy & The Stooges’ Raw Power. This is an original hand-printed black and white version of this iconic photograph, made from the original negative and printed in 1995. Mick Rock has signed and […]
An original 7″ x 9″ photograph of Iggy Pop in 1972, wearing his iconic leopard jacket, by legendary English photographer Mick Rock. A color version of this photograph was used on the back of Iggy and The Stooges album Raw Power. This print is signed on the back by Mick Rock, and dated 1995, the […]
A beautiful near mint original printing of Gary Grimshaw’s classic poster advertising a show by Blood Sweat & Tears with the Psychedelic Stooges (aka The Stooges) as the third on the bill openers. This was The Stooges second ever concert, and this poster is the first poster ever to mention their name–their one earlier gig […]
A spectacular live photograph of Iggy Pop, by legendary photographer Mick Rock, measuring 20″ x 24″. This image was shot at The Stooges only UK date during their first incarnation, at the King’s Cross Cinema on July 15, 1972. The Stooges were in London to record their third album, Raw Power, and Mick Rock’s photos […]
An original Wine Menu from the legendary NYC club Max’s Kansas City, famously a home away from home for Andy Warhol and his crowd, the place where David Bowie met Iggy Pop, where Debbie Harry of Blondie worked as a waitress, and where many legendary bands played including the Velvet Underground, Ramones, Bruce Springsteen, Bob […]