A rare–and stunning–1977 cardboard boxing-style concert poster advertising shows by blues giant Muddy Waters at the Roxy in Hollywood, California. The poster measures 14″ x 22″ and is in excellent condition, with small staple holes in the four corners, and a small crease to the top right corner. Printed by Colby Posters in Los Angeles, […]
A barely played mono 1966 first pressing of Muddy Waters’ underrated classic album Muddy, Brass & The Blues on Chess. The NM/EX+ disc shows no signs of having been played, with no spindle marks on either label; there are some inaudible pressing marks on one side, however the album plays perfectly throughout. The cover is […]
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 […]
A copy of the Pye Records blues compilation album The Blues Volume 2, from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. This album features nine artists, seven of whom were covered by the Stones, and/or performed with them, including Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, Little Walter and Bo Diddley. […]
A 1958 Chess Records black label first pressing of The Best of Muddy Waters. Rarely found this clean, both cover and disc grade EX+. The cover has fully intact spines and no wear to speak of, with only a crease to the laminated front slick above Muddy’s ear. The thick vinyl disc is very clean […]
A copy of Muddy Waters and Howlin Wolf’s 1974 album London Revisited, boldly signed by the Muddy Waters on the front cover “To Jay, Muddy Waters”. The cover and discs are both in Excellent condition. With Recordmecca’s written lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
A UK first pressing of The Blues of Otis Spann (with Muddy Waters) from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. This classic blues album features Waters performing on guitar as “Brother” alongside his legendary pianist, Otis Spann, and Waters band members Ransom Knowling (bass) and Little Willie Smith (drums). Waters was one […]
A first pressing black label copy of Muddy Waters at Newport, from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. Waters was one of the Rolling Stones greatest influences, and this exact album is pictured on page 203 of Wyman’s book Bill Wyman’s Blues Odyssey (see photos for illustration only.) Bill Wyman is legendary […]
A mid-60s copy of Muddy Waters album Folk Singer, from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. This album has Wyman’s handwritten notations on the back cover, and is pictured multiple times in Wyman’s book Bill Wyman’s Blues Odyssey. Bill Wyman is legendary as a musician, a blues historian, an author and for […]
A circa 1955 souvenir photograph of two couples at Chicago’s New 708 Club. Many clubs during the 1940s and 50s had in-house photographers who would photograph patrons, develop them on-site, and make them available to patrons before the end of the evening for a dollar, an inexpensive souvenir of a night out. The photograph is […]
A 20 page program for the 1964 UK concert tour A Blues and Gospel Caravan, autographed on the back cover by Muddy Waters, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Cousin Joe Pleasant, Brownie McGhee, and Muddy Waters’ bassist Ransom Knowling and drummer Willie Smith. Particularly rare is the autograph of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a 2018 inductee to the […]
A 1948 Aristocrat Records 78 of Muddy Waters’ debut under his own name, “I Can”t Be Satisfied/I Feel Like Going Home”, signed boldly by the blues giant. In 1941, folklorist Alan Lomax recorded Waters at his home in Stovall, Mississippi, resulting in a single 78 issued under his real name, McKinley Morganfield, by the Library […]
A copy of Muddy Waters’ 1973 album Can’t Get No Grindin’, boldly signed by the blues giant (“To Jay, Muddy Waters”) on the front cover. The cover is in Excellent condition, with a small scuff below Waters’ nose, and a clipped top right corner. The disc is in Near Mint condition. With Recordmecca’s written lifetime […]
A copy of the 1960 album Muddy Waters Sings Big Bill, signed by the blues giant in black ballpoint pen boldly on the back cover. The album cover is in EX condition, with two light horizontal indentations across the front cover, just below Muddy Waters’ name, perhaps an artifact from the album cover’s manufacture. Waters […]
A rare concert poster advertising a September, 1980 performance by blues giant Muddy Waters at Seattle’s Showbox Theatre. Printed on thin stock, the poster is in excellent condition with just some very minor handling. 13 7/8″ x 19 3/4″.
A concert poster advertising the 5th Annual Paris Jazz Festival, featuring Muddy Waters, Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Horace Silver, Art Blakey, Gary Burton, Max Roach, Elvin Jones, Sonny Murray, Joe Simon, Gary Burton and others. 17 3/4″ x 23 1/2″, in excellent condition, with some nicks to the edges but otherwise beautiful. The only example […]