An original Rolling Stones recording session bill from Jimi Hendrix’s Electric Lady Studios for a November 19, 1979 overdubbing session. At this time the Stones were finishing up their album Emotional Rescue, and tracks that later appeared on Tattoo You. The artist is listed as ‘Rolling Stones’ and the producer as ‘Glimmer Twins’ (Mick Jagger […]
A beautiful Near Mint/Mint to Near Mint 1965 UK mono first pressing of The Rolling Stones No. 2, with the scarce paste-over album cover. No. 2 was first released in January 1965, with liner notes by Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham that proved controversial, reading in part ‘If you don’t have the bread, see that […]
A beautiful stereo 1969 UK second pressing of the Rolling Stones psychedelic masterpiece Their Satanic Majesties Request, with the famous lenticular 3-D album cover. The green label boxed Decca disc is in Mint to Near Mint condition, and looks as if it’s been played no more than a few times. The fully laminated gatefold sleeve […]
An as-new copy of the limited-edition Genesis Publications’ book I-Contact/The Rolling Stones Archive by Gered Mankowitz. This is #405 of 850 copies from this long sold-out Collector’s edition, and is hand signed by legendary rock photographer Gered Mankowitz. The massive, heavyweight book includes over 3000 images of the Stones taken between 1965 and 1968. A […]
A beautiful original concert poster advertising the Rolling Stones performance at the Frankfurt, Germany Festhalle on April 28, 1976. 23 1/2” x 33”, in excellent unfaded condition with tiny almost unnoticeable pinholes in each corner. With Recordmecca’s lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
A Rolling Stones 1978 Some Girls tour t-shirt from the collection of longtime Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman. Bill Wyman is legendary both as a musician and as a collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia. This shirt was sold by him at the Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive sale at Julien’s Auctions (if you haven’t […]
A rare UK test pressing of the Rolling Stones 1974 album It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll from the collection of longtime Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman, with his handwritten notations on the front cover. Bill Wyman is legendary both as a musician and as a collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia. This test pressing was sold by […]
A factory sealed copy of the Rolling Stones 1966 album Big Hits (High Tides and Green Grass) on London Records. This beautiful example is almost certainly a first pressing, sourced from a stash of vintage sealed records. The disc and cover are heavyweight, without a bar code or any other signs of modernity. In mint […]
A beautiful custom Australian gold record award for the Rolling Stones 1971 classic album Sticky Fingers, presented to guitarist Mick Taylor. This was part of Stones bassist Bill Wyman’s legendary Rolling Stones archive. Sticky Fingers was a #1 album around the world, including Australia. The Stones’ Australian label, WEA Records Pty. Limited. presented each band […]
Four likely unique test pressings used in the production of the Rolling Stones’ 1977 double album Love You Live, from the estate of the former president of Rolling Stones Records. Remarkably, one has music from a Small Faces reunion album pressed onto one side, and another disc “E.McGrath” is etched into the matrix! As the accompanying […]
A clean UK mono first pressing of the Rolling Stones 1968 classic Beggar’s Banquet, with red unboxed Decca labels. The lightly played disc grades NM/NM- and sounds great; the clean EX+ cover would grade NM without some lamination peeling and light wear at the spine. A clean copy of an essential 60s album.
A rare UK test pressing of the 1976 Rolling Stones album Black and Blue, from the collection of longtime Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman, with his handwritten album title on the front cover. Wyman is legendary both as a musician and as a collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia. This test pressing was sold by him in […]
A beautiful copy of Blinds & Shutters, the limited edition deluxe book of Michael Cooper’s photographs published by Genesis; this copy signed by John Mayall, Bill Wyman, Sgt. Peppers cover artists Peter Blake and Jann Haworth, legendary English Bridget Riley, and 5 others. This 1990 book chronicles the work of Michael Cooper (1941-1973), the legendary photographer […]
A rare UK test pressing of the Rolling Stones 1974 album It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll from the collection of longtime Stones’ bassist Bill Wyman, with his handwritten album title on the front cover. Bill Wyman is legendary both as a musician and as a collector of Rolling Stones memorabilia. This test pressing was sold […]
A custom Danish platinum record award for the Rolling Stones 1973 album Goat’s Head Soup, from Stones bassist Bill Wyman’s legendary Rolling Stones archive. Goat’s Head Soup was the Stones’ 11th British and 13th American album, and a #1 hit in the charts of both of those countries, as well as many others around the […]
A one-of-a-kind limited edition lithograph by Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood, picturing his Stones guitar partner Keith Richards. Numbered 1/1 and hand-signed in the lower right corner in pencil “Ronnie Wood,”this unique artwork came from the collection of a concert promoter friendly with the band. The lithograph measures 22 1/2″ x 28 3/4″ and is […]