Rolling Stones / Guns N’ Roses – LA Coliseum Boxing-Style Concert Poster, Signed by Slash and Duff

A rare boxing-style concert poster advertising an October, 1989 show at the Los Angeles Coliseum by the Rolling Stones, Guns N’ Roses, and Living Colour; signed by Slash and Duff McKagen.  This bill was so popular another three shows were added, yet this poster is very scarce.  The poster measures 14 1/2″ x 21 1/2, […]

Andy Warhol / Rolling Stones -Warhol Signed “Love You Live” LP

A first pressing copy of the Rolling Stones 1977 album Love You Live, boldly signed on the front by album cover designer Andy Warhol.  Mick Jagger chose Warhol to design the gatefold sleeve for the Stones double live album, and his artwork became one of the band’s most iconic album covers. Warhol signed this copy […]

Rolling Stones – 1965 Mick Jagger Snapshot and Autograph

An extraordinary snapshot of Mick Jagger, taken May 9, 1965, before the Rolling Stones concert at Chicago’s Arie Crown Theatre; and a page from an autograph book signed at the same time.  We acquired these from a fan who met the Stones before the show.  She was a member of Ed Pazdur’s Teen Club, an […]

Rolling Stones – Original 1972 American Tour Concert Poster (Framed)

A framed first printing concert poster advertising The Rolling Stones 1972 American Tour, with art by John Pasche. This is an original example of this often reprinted classic, as identified by the “John Pasche” and “Production by Chipmonck” credits in the bottom left corner, and “(c) Sunday Promotions Inc. 1972″ credit in the bottom right […]

The Beatles & Rolling Stones – Concert Program For One of a Very Few Shows With Both on the Same Bill

A rare program for the 1964-1965 New Music Express Poll Winners All-Star Concert, held April 11, 1965 at the Empire Pool, Wembley, London.  Remarkably, the Beatles and Stones only performed on the same bill a handfull of times. NME was one of the most important music papers in England, and both bands were in their […]

Rolling Stones – UK Stereo 1st Press “Aftermath” LP

A clean EX/EX+ to EX UK stereo first pressing of the Rolling Stones 1966 album Aftermath, on Decca (with the earliest open logo label.)  Aftermath was the Stones at their best; the first album with only original songs and no covers, including the classics “Mother’s Little Helper”, “Lady Jane”, “Under My Thumb”, and “Out of […]

Rolling Stones – Spanish 1st Pressing “Sticky Fingers” LP With Alternate Cover

A rare 1971 Spanish first pressing of The Rolling Stones masterpiece Sticky Fingers, with the Spanish-only album cover. While the rest of the world released Sticky Fingers in Andy Warhol’s famed cover featuring jeans, a zipper and underwear, censors in Spain under General Franco wouldn’t permit the cover to be used there. They also objected […]

Rolling Stones – 1978 “Some Girls” Boxing-Style Promo Poster

A scarce cardboard boxing-style promotional poster advertising the Rolling Stones 1978 album Some Girls, and featuring the withdrawn artwork with images of Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, Farrah Fawcett and others.  These were printed by Colby Posters of Los Angeles, and mostly posted on telephone poles around L.A.  This is in excellent condition, with creasing to […]

Rolling Stones – Group & Ian Stewart Signed Press Kit

A Some Girls press kit cover signed by all of the members of the Rolling Stones, including original keyboard player and longtime road manager Ian Stewart, and touring keyboardist and former Small Faces/Faces member Ian MacLagan. We acquired these from the late Art Collins, former head of Rolling Stones Records.  Collins accompanying letter of authenticity […]

Rolling Stones – “Tattoo You” RIAA Platinum Record Award (Floater Style)

An original floater-style RIAA platinum record award for the Rolling Stones 1981 album Tattoo You, presented to former Rolling Stones Records head Art Collins.  Tattoo You, released in August, 1981, was the Stones last #1 album, and featured the hit singles “Start Me Up” and “Waiting For a Friend.”  The album was certified platinum in […]

Mick Jagger – Manuscript of Unpublished Autobiography With Handwritten Notations

A possibly unique xerox typescript of two chapters from Mick Jagger’s unpublished 1984 autobiography, with handwritten notations. In a 2013 interview with Q magazine, Jagger said he refused to write a book. “No, I still won’t do it.  And I’ve been asked again recently.”  Recalling an earlier attempt, for which he was paid an advance […]

Brian Jones – Rolling Stones – Original Polaroid Photograph & Vintage Stones Photo

An original, unique 1968 Polaroid photograph of Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones with girlfriend Linda Keith, taken in the English countryside, most probably by Brian’s driver Tom Keylock,, along with a circa 1966 photo of the Stones on stage, with Brian in the center, playing harmonica. These photographs came from the personal collection of […]

Rolling Stones – “Exile On Main St.” 1972 German Promotional Poster

A rare 1972 Rolling Stones Records Germany promotional poster for the original release of Exile on Main St.  This classic, designed by Exile art director John Van Hamersveld, depicts 3 Ball Charlie, one of the freak show characters on the Exile album cover.  Machine folded, as originally sent out, in near mint condition with a […]

Rolling Stones – Unreleased 1978 Rehearsal / Songwriting Tape

An unreleased cassette tape of the Rolling Stones rehearsing and jamming in a studio, possibly during a songwriting session, with unknown and unreleased songs. We acquired this tape from the late Art Collins, who ran Rolling Stones Records at the time it was recorded.  The tape features the Stones jamming in the studio for 24 […]

Rolling Stones – Unreleased 1980 Recording Session Tape

An unreleased cassette tape of the Rolling Stones, recorded during sessions for their album Emotional Rescue. at Electric Lady Studios, New York, November 27 & 30 and December 2, 1980. We acquired this tape from the late Art Collins, who ran Rolling Stones Records at the time it was recorded.  The tape features two unreleased […]

Rolling Stones – Ron Wood’s Personal “Some Girls” Acetate

Ron Wood’s own acetate of the Stones’ “Some Girls” album, with slightly different versions of some songs, given by Wood to close friend Alan Pariser. Pariser was the original promoter of the Monterey Pop Festival, managed Delaney & Bonnie among others, and was a close associate of Ringo Starr, Ron Wood and many others (he […]