Rolling Stones – 1971 Sticky Fingers Promotional Poster

A beautiful mint condition, unused Rolling Stones Records 1971 promotional poster for the Stones classic album STICKY FINGERS. Machine folded, as these were originally sent out, this is printed on textured paper, with the Rolling Stones tongue logo in the bottom right corner. The nicest copy we’ve ever had the good fortune to offer; 23″ […]

Rolling Stones – On Tour 1973 & 1975 2 LP Set

A mint condition copy of the double LP “Keith Richard and his Rolling Stones: On Tour 1973 & 1975” on Wizardo Records. The tracks here are mostly live recordings from the Stones 1973 European tour, with 3 from 1975 “media” appearances and one rare studio track. This copy has fully intact shrink wrap and looks […]

Rolling Stones – Splatter Vinyl 1975 Tour of the Americas Part One LP

A beautiful,  splattered vinyl copy of The Rolling Stones “1975 Tour of the Americas Part One” on Idle Mind Records (here jokingly noted as “Mick Lip Records”). This rare blue/black/green/white vinyl LP is in NM/EX condition; one side is superb, the other has a needle mark that makes barely audible clicks, which the music masks […]

Rolling Stones – Splatter Vinyl 1975 Tour of the Americas Part Two LP

A beautiful, possibly unplayed splattered vinyl copy of The Rolling Stones “1975 Tour of the Americas Part Two” on Idle Mind Records (here jokingly noted as “Charlie Lip Records”). This rare red/black/white/yellow vinyl LP is in perfect mint condition, with no sign of ever having been played–fully intact shrink wrap, not even a single spindle […]

Rolling Stones – Splatter Vinyl Bring It Back Alive LP

A beautiful, possibly unplayed splattered vinyl copy of The Rolling Stones “Bring It Back Alive” on Idle Mind Records. This rare blue/black/white/red/yellow vinyl LP is in perfect mint condition, with no sign of ever having been played–fully intact shrink wrap, not even a single spindle mark–just stunning. Recorded live in Charlotte, North Carolina, on their […]

Rolling Stones – Keith Richard – Owned & Worn Silk Scarf

A large black and white linen scarf with Skull motif, owned and worn on stage by Keith Richard of the Rolling Stones. Keith gave this scarf and a number of other personal items to his longtime bodyguard, personal assistant and friend Joe Seabrook. After Seabrook died in 2000, his wife Anne sold this and a […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Notes For The Friendly Media Press Handout

From the collection of the late Ralph J. Gleason, here is a 3 page handout from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, titled “Notes for the Friendly Media.” Written by Beatles press agent Derek Taylor, who ran the press relations at Monterey Pop, these instructions were given to reporters, and contains all the do’s and dont’s […]

Rolling Stones – 1964 London Records Press Bio/Flyer

A 1964 London Records press biography/flyer with an ad for the Stones 2nd US single, “Not Fade Away.” This is the only copy of this rare flyer we’ve ever seen; one one side is a reprint of an article from “Fab” magazine and the ad for “Not Fade Away,” and on the reverse is press […]

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