Rolling Stones – Vintage 8″x10″ Photograph by “Popsie”

A rare 1966 vintage photograph of the Rolling Stones by William ‘Popsie’ Randolph. This is an original hand-printed photograph, made from the original negative and printed near the time the photograph was taken.  As a “vintage print”, it is much more collectible and valuable than a recent print.  Popsie’s stamped photo credit stamp is on the […]

Rolling Stones – Likely Unique ‘Work-In-Progress’ Acetate of ‘Some Girls’ LP, with Alternate Song, 4 Different Versions

A likely unique ‘work in progress’ acetate of the Rolling Stones Some Girls album, including a song ultimately pulled from the album, and different versions of four of the lp’s best known songs.  This ultra rarity was obtained from the estate of Earl McGrath, former president of Rolling Stones Records. This acetate has a completely […]

Rolling Stones – Alternate ‘Emotional Rescue’ LP Acetate From Collection of Rolling Stones Records President500

An alternate acetate of the Rolling Stones Emotional Rescue album, from the estate of Earl McGrath, ex-president of Rolling Stones Records.   This acetate has a more than one minute longer version of “Dance (Pt. 1)” and a slightly longer version of “Where the Boys Go”.   There are likely differences in the final mix and […]

Rolling Stones – “Miss You” (Single Version) 12″ Acetate

A 12″ one-sided acetate of the Rolling Stones worldwide hit single “Miss You,” from the estate of the former president of Rolling Stones Records. As the accompanying letter of authenticity from author Joe Hagan explains, in part, This acetate was part of a collection belonging to the late Earl McGrath, vice president of Atlantic Records, […]

Rolling Stones – “Before They Make Me Run” 12″ Single Acetate, From Earl McGrath Collection (President of Rolling Stones Records)

A 12″ one-sided acetate of the Rolling Stones song “Before They Make Me Run,” from the estate of the former president of Rolling Stones Records. As the accompanying letter of authenticity from author Joe Hagan explains, in part, This acetate was part of a collection belonging to the late Earl McGrath, vice president of Atlantic […]

Rolling Stones – Signed ‘Voodoo Lounge’ Concert Program, Autographed for Bob Dylan’s Cousin! (With Roger Epperson COA)

A Rolling Stones VoodooLounge 1994/1995 concert tour program, signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Mick Taylor for Bob Dylan’s cousin (with an extraordinary accompanying story).  As the accompanying letter of authenticity from Robert Hocking, owner of the late lamented Dylan-themed restaurant Zimmy’s, in Dylan’s home town explains: This 1994 Rolling Stones Voodoo […]

Rolling Stones – 1973 Michael Putland Live Photograph, From Wembley Concert

A superb vintage photograph of The Rolling Stones live at Wembley Empire Pool, London, in September 1973 during their Goat’s Head Soup UK Tour, by legendary English photographer Michael Putland. This beautiful vintage print was made near the time the photograph was taken, and as such is worth far more than a recent print.  It measures […]

Rolling Stones – “Exile” Limited Edition Genesis Book, Signed by Photographer Dominique Tarlé

A beautiful example of Dominique Tarle’s long-out-of-print Rolling Stones book Exile, published in a limited edition of only 2000 by Genesis Publications.  Exile documents the Stones recording their most acclaimed album, Exile on Main Street, at Villa Nellcote in France during the summer of 1971. Photographer Tarle’s was a guest of Keith Richards and Anita […]

Rolling Stones – 1964 UK Debut LP, Unboxed Decca, Possibly Unplayed, Full Shrink, 2A/4A

An absolutely stunning UK mono first pressing of the Rolling Stones’ 1964 self titled debut album on Decca, with red ‘unboxed’ deep groove labels. This is the correct first pressing with the 4:06 version of “Tell Me”, released slightly after a version mistakenly pressed with a 2:52 demo version.  The disc is absolutely beautiful with no sign of having been […]

The Rolling Stones – Mint 1967 Stereo UK 1st Pressing “Their Satanic Majesties Request” LP

A beautiful 1967 UK Stereo first pressing of the Rolling Stones’ Their Satanic Majesties Request on Decca Records, with the green “open” logo label.  The laminated 3-D lenticular sleeve is in superb Near Mint condition, with some barely noticeable age staining to the very top of the 3-D panel. The disc is in Near Mint condition and we’d […]

Mick Jagger – Original 1969 Photograph By Cecil Beaton, With Studio Stamp (Rolling Stones)

A rare original photograph of Mick Jagger by legendary English photographer Cecil Beaton, taken in November of 1969 and printed from the original negative in 1974. As a vintage print it this is much more collectable and valuable than a recent print. Beaton’s studio stamp is on the back of the photo.  9″ x 10 […]

The Beatles, Rolling Stones – Limited Edition “Blinds & Shutters” Signed Photography Book (Signed by Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Graham Nash & 11 More)

A beautiful copy of Blinds & Shutters, the deluxe limited edition book of Michael Cooper’s photographs published by Genesis; this copy signed by Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Graham Nash, John Mayall, Harry Nilsson, Sgt. Peppers cover artist Peter Blake, Beatles publicist Derek Taylor, writer Terry Southern and 5 others. This 1990 book extensively […]

Rolling Stones – 1966 “Behind The Buttons” Gered Mankowitz Outtake Photograph

A classic photograph of The Rolling Stones early in the morning on Primrose Hill, London in 1966, by legendary music photographer Gered Mankowitz.  This is an outtake from the session that produced the classic album cover for The Stones’ Between the Buttons. This beautiful print measures 8 1/2″ x 10 1/2″ and is in mint […]

Rolling Stones – Album Cover Proofs for Banned “Beggar’s Banquet” Toilet Album Cover (from Art Director Tom Wilkes’ Archive)

Possibly unique album cover proofs of the banned original album cover artwork for Beggar’s Banquet, the Rolling Stones 1968 masterpiece.  These front and back cover proofs came from the portfolio of legendary art director Tom Wilkes, who with writer Michael Vosse, photographer Barry Feinstein, and Keith Richards and Mick Jagger created the artwork. Wilkes, Vosse […]

Rolling Stones – Original 1971 Tongue Logo Proof / Single Sleeve Artwork

A rare original printer’s proof for the Rolling Stones “Tongue Logo” single sleeve, which debuted on the “Brown Sugar” 45 in 1991.  Designed by John Pasche, the Stones classic logo was used on countless Stones records and merchandising pieces. This proof measures 14 3/4″ x 22″ and has the original printer’s registration bars on the […]

Rolling Stones – Original 1971 UK Tour Poster

An original first printing  concert poster advertising the Rolling Stones 1971 UK Tour, with art by John Pasche.  This tour was also known as the “Farewell to England” tour, as the Stones were in the process of moving to France to avoid heavy taxation in England.  This tour took place one month before the release […]

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