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Pink Floyd / Jeff Beck / Blue Cheer – 1968 Pinnacle/Shrine L.A. Concert Poster, Signed by Jeff Beck

A first printing of John Van Hamersveld and Robert Fried’s classic poster announcing a July 1968 concert featuring Pink Floyd, Blue Cheer and Jeff Beck, at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, as part of the Pinnacle Concert Series.  This example has been signed by Jeff Beck. Reproduced as plate 3.76 in the definitive reference The Art […]

Dantalian’s Chariot / Jeff Beck Group / Ten Years After – 1967 UFO Roundhouse Concert Poster (Designed by Martin Sharp for Osiris)

A very rare psychedelic poster advertising two September, 1967 concerts presented by the UFO Club at London’s Roundhouse.  These shows featured Dantalian’s Chariot, The Social Deviants (later the Deviants), the Jeff Beck Group and Ten Years after, One of the most sought after of all British concert posters, this was designed by Australian pop artist […]

Jeff Beck – 1967 Handwritten Letter With Incredible Content, Mentioning Monterey Pop Festival, “Sgt. Peppers”

A handwritten letter from Jeff Beck to his Los Angeles friend, Darryl Stolper, reading in part: “How are you? At last I have a moment to write. I bet you thought I died! Well you could say I did. I’m really exhausted. The weather here is 75° in the daytime and I lost about 20 […]

The Yardbirds with Jeff Beck – Rare White Label Promo “Questa Volta” Sung in Italian 45

A VG(+)/VG+ white label promo copy of “Questa Volta/Pafff…Bum”, the 1966 Yardbirds single sung in Italian.  The Jeff Beck-era Yardbirds were convinced by manager Giorgio Gomelsky to record this for the 1966 San Remo International Pop Festival, and the single was only released in Italy, by Ricordi Records.  Rare in its own right, this is […]

Jeff Beck – UK 1st Press Mint “Beck-Ola” LP (-1/2 Stampers, 1 Play)

A UK Stereo first pressing of Beck-Ola/Cosa Nostra by the Jeff Beck Group on UK Columbia (this is the earliest label, there were no blue/black label copies.) The cover is in NM- condition with some very light aging to the back and two tiny dings to the left edge;  the disc is in mint condition […]

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 […]

Rolling Stone Magazine – Bound Volumes #1 – 7 (Issues #1 – 105)

A rare set of Rolling Stone magazine, issues #1 – 105, bound in a limited edition of seven volumes and gifted by Rolling Stone co-founder Jann Wenner to former Warner Bros. Records president Joe Smith.  Wenner and legendary San Francisco Chronicle music critic Ralph J. Gleason launched Rolling Stone with their debut issue on November […]

Jeff Beck – Handwritten And Signed 1967 Letter

An autographed letter from Jeff Beck to his Los Angeles friend Darryl Stolper, dated July 26, 1967; referencing a “misunderstanding” he’d had with girlfriend Mary Hughes. Stolper befriended Beck when the latter was in L.A. during a 1966 Yardbirds tour, and Stolper introduced Beck to Hughes (who became Beck’s girlfriend, and who Beck sang about […]

Jeff Beck – Handwritten & Signed 1967 Letter

A letter from Jeff Beck to his Los Angeles friend Darryl Stolper, the envelope postmarked 13 September 1967; thanking him for sending Beck the just-released debut album from Vanilla Fudge, telling Stolper to expect some albums Beck is sending including ‘Fresh Cream,’ letting him know that he and his band may be coming to play […]

Pink Floyd – Jeff Beck Group – Blue Cheer – 1968 Pinnacle L.A. Concert Poster

A classic psychedelic concert poster advertising two June 1968 shows by Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck Group and Blue Cheer at L.A.’s Shrine Auditorium. Dramatic artwork by Bob Fried and John Van Hamersveld have made this one of the most sought after Los Angeles 60’s concert posters, and this example is in beautiful near mint minus […]

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