Neil Young’s handwritten lyric manuscript for his song “Bad Fog of Loneliness”, which appears on his albums Live at Massey Hall 1971, Live at the Cellar Door, the box set Archives, Vol 1: 1963-1972, and his Red Rocks DVD. On the Massey Hall album Young introduces the song explaining “A while ago I was going […]
An ultra rare album cover proof for Neil Young’s 1970 second album, After The Gold Rush, signed by the album cover photographer Joel Bernstein. As described in the included letter of authenticity from longtime Neil Young associate Bernstein: “This letter is to authenticate an album cover proof for Neil Young’s 1970 album After the Gold […]
An original 1972 test pressing of Neil Young’s #1 album Harvest, owned by Young himself and given to a longtime associate. The provenance is best explained by the included letter of authenticity from Joel Bernstein: This letter is to authenticated a test pressing of Neil Young’s 1972 album Harvest. I was working with Neil at […]
A beautiful first printing concert poster advertising the Thanksgiving, 1976 farewell show by The Band, The Last Waltz. This historic concert, at San Francisco’s Winterland Auditorium, featured The Band’s invited guests, including Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Stephen Stills, Muddy Waters, Dr. John, Ringo Starr, Ronnie Hawkins, and Neil Diamond. […]
A beautiful mint condition first-printing poster advertising the San Francisco memorial concert for Bill Graham, on November 3, 1991. The show, titled “Laughter, Love & Music” featured performances by the Grateful Dead, David Crosby, Steven Stills, Graham Nash, Neil Young, Jackson Browne, Santana, Los Lobos, Robin Williams, Tracy Chapman, John Fogerty, and many more. 13 […]
We’re proud to offer here one of only two known examples of the album cover proof for Neil Young’s unreleased Give to The Wind (see more about this album below). The only other example to surface was offered on Ebay in 2005, and it’s believed it was purchased on behalf of Neil Young, for his […]
A beautiful and rare concert poster advertising two shows by the Velvet Underground, Sly & the Family Stone, the Butterfield Blues Band and The Rockets (pre-Crazy Horse) at the Shrine Exposition Hall in Los Angeles, June 12 &13, 1968. This poster, part of the Pinnacle Dance Concert series, was designed by Neon Park, and is […]
A factory sealed first pressing copy of the Woodstock soundtrack album, 3 LP’s, in virtually perfect condition, other than tiny dings to bottom corners. The only sealed copy we’ve had in decades. Rare and spectacular.
A rare original concert program for Crosby Stills Nash & Young’s concerts in June 1970 at New York’s legendary Fillmore East. These shows, just after the release of their Deja Vu album, were recorded and released as their double live album Four Way Street. The program is 24 pages and includes band bios, photos, and […]
Stephen Stills’ personal RIAA Gold Record award for Crosby Stills Nash & Young’s Greatest Hits album “So Far”, certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on September 19, 1974. This vintage “Floater” award was presented to Stills, then gifted by him to his business associate and friend Mitch Kemper; from whom we obtained […]
A truly unique Neil Young and Pearl Jam collectible–a one of a kind prototype hologram display made for their MIRROR BALL album. In 1995 Neil Young teamed with Pearl Jam and recorded the album “Mirror Ball” with Pearl Jam’s producer Brendan O’brien. Epic Records, Pearl Jam’s label, refused to let them be credited on the […]
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 […]
Italian private press with great custom color cover. Live at the Ippodrome Le Capannelle Sept 12 1982.
Some tiny bubbles in the vinyl.
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 […]