Rolling Stones – “Love You Live” LP Signed by Stones and Andy Warhol with Extensive Photo Documentation

We’re proud to offer what is likely the ultimate signed Rolling Stones album; a copy of their 1977 Love You Live signed boldly by all of the Rolling Stones and cover artist Andy Warhol, with extensive photo documentation of the signing. We acquired this directly from the late great Art Collins, former head of Rolling […]

Rolling Stones – Unreleased 1977 “Some Girls” Rehearsal And Demo Tape

An unreleased cassette tape of the Rolling Stones rehearsing on November 15, 1977 (possibly at Pathe Marconi Studios in Paris) and on side two Keith Richards and Ron Wood demos recorded on the same date. We acquired this from the late Art Collins, who ran Rolling Stones Records.  Art had this in his collection for […]

Rolling Stones – 1974 New York Premiere Poster & Ticket “Ladies & Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones”

A beautiful poster and unused ticket for the April 1974 premiere of the concert film “Ladies and Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones.”  This film captured the Stones at their live peak, during their 1972 North American Tour to support the newly released “Exile on Main Street” (four shows were filmed in Fort Worth and Houston, Texas.)This […]

The Rolling Stones – ’65 67 and 82″ Limited Edition Gerard Mankowitz Signed Book

A beautiful copy of the limited edition of Gered Mankowitz’s box set “The Stones 65 67 and 82.” This is signed by Mankowitz and numbered #970 of 1000. The beautiful orange clamshell box contains two books–a hardbound one of Mankowitz’s legendary photographs of the Stones in 1965 and 1967 (he did the Stones album cover […]

Rolling Stones – Bob Gruen Signed Limited Edition “Crossfire Hurricane” Genesis Publications Book

A vintage autographed first printing of Glen Matlock’s 1990 autobiography I WAS A TEENAGE SEX PISTOL, inscribed with a great message including a pun on “Anarchy in the UK.” The inscription reads “To Gerry, you’ll probably bump into a few of these people in smart L.A. Bars now. “Anarchy in Beverly Hills” doesn’t have quite […]

The Rolling Stones – White Label Promo “England’s Newest Hit Makers” LP & Photo

An extremely rare white label promotional copy of the Rolling Stones’ 1964 US debut album, England’s Newest Hitmakers on London Records (with the scarce “Full color photo.”)  The earliest copies of the first few US Rolling Stones albums featured US printed covers containing UK pressed discs, with the highly collectible ffrr labels.  This is one […]

The Rolling Stones – Rare Andy Warhol Designed Poster From “Love You Live” Release Party

A huge Rolling Stones poster designed by Andy Warhol and printed exclusively for use at the Rolling Stones “Love You Live” launch party, thrown by the band at the New York club Trax on September 27, 1977. Warhol created the album cover artwork for “Love You Live” and designed this poster for use at the […]

The Rolling Stones – Unkown Matrix LP Test Pressing “It’s Only Rock And Roll”

From the collection of a former Atlantic Records employee, an ultra rare test pressing (with unknown matrix number) of the Rolling Stones album IT’S ONLY ROCK & ROLL The matrixes are (side one) STRS-743197-A KENDUN with the inscription PR and a tiny “B” and (side two ) KENDUN STRS-743198-A with the inscription PR and a […]

Rolling Stones – Original “Black and Blue” Album Cover Artwork by Hiro

We’re proud to offer one of the finest Rolling Stones items in existence–the original album cover artwork for the Stones 1976 album Black and Blue.   This is the actual photograph used to produce the album cover, taken by the legendary Japanese fashion photographer Hiro. As former Atlantic Records Vice President/Creative Director, Graphics Bob Defrin explains […]

Rolling Stone Magazine – Bound Volumes #1 – 7 (Issues #1 – 105)

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 […]

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