Flying Burrito Brothers / Gram Parsons- Signed Limited Edition Photograph

A beautiful 17″ x 17″ limited edition photograph of The Flying Burrito Brothers (with Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman of The Byrds), titled and signed in pencil by legendary photographer Jim McCrary (1939-2002). McCrary has written along the bottom border “Burrito Bros. in A&M Photo Studio #3, 1/10, Jim McCrary, 1970”. This is a beautiful […]

Gram Parsons / Flying Burrito Brothers – Original 12″ x 18″ Jim McCrary Photograph

A beautiful original 12″ x 18″ photograph of Gram Parsons of the Flying Burrito Brothers, wearing his legendary custom suit made by Nudie’s Rodeo Tailors. This photograph was printed from the original photograph under the supervision of the photographer Jim McCrary (1939-2002). We obtained this directly from McCrary’s estate. McCrary, who at the time this […]

The Byrds – Unreleased Master Tape of “Change is Now” Alternate Version, Formerly Owned by David Crosby

An extraordinary Byrds collectible—a master tape of an alternate version of “Change Is Now’ with its original title, “Universal Decoder.”  “Change is Now” was eventually released on the 1968 album The Notorious Byrd Brothers. The origins of this extraordinary collectible are best explained by the included letter of authenticity from longtime Crosby, Stills, Nash & […]

Jimi Hendrix / The Who / Janis Joplin – Monterey Pop Festival Ticket Order Form/Handbill

A rare ticket order form/handbill for the June 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. Monterey Pop was arguably the most important rock festival ever–the seminal rock event of the “Summer of Love”. If you’ve seen the film, you know the story. Jimi Hendrix smashing and burning his guitar in his first US concert; The Who destroying their […]

The Doors, Byrds, Jefferson Airplane – KFRC Fantasy Fair Concert Program (The world’s first rock festival)

A four page program for the June 10 & 11, 1967 KFRC Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival, considered to be the real start of the Bay Area’s “summer of love” and the world’s first rock festival.  The concert, presented by San Francisco AM Radio station KFRC, was a benefit for the Hunter’s Point […]

The Byrds – Unreleased Alternate “Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde” LP Acetate

An ultra rare acetate containing a completely alternate version of The Byrds 1969 album Dr. Byrds & Mr Hyde, taken exclusively from the initial recording sessions at Columbia Studios in Nashville (and dated October 16, 1968, before the band began further sessions in Nashville on 10/28/68). This seven track version is noted in the album’s […]

John Van Hamersveld – Original ‘An American Music Show’ Poster Artwork / Janis Joplin, Mothers of Invention, The Byrds

John Van Hamersveld’s signed original artwork for his (and Bob Schnepf’s) classic poster advertising the September 1968 benefit concert “An American Music Show”.  This Pinnacle Productions show benefitted the Los Angeles Free Clinic.  Held at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Ca. this concert featured Big Brother & The Holding Company (with Janis Joplin), Frank Zappa […]

Woodstock – Original 1969 Concert Program (Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Janis Joplin, Grateful Dead, CSN, The Band, etc.)

A very rare original 58 page concert program from the 1969 Woodstock Festival. This beautiful program documents the most important and legendary rock festival ever. With full credits, essays, and individual pages dedicated to virtually every act on the bill, this extremely rare artifact beautifully captures “3 Days of Peace & Music,” as the concert […]

Monterey Pop Festival – Ultra Rare Backstage Pass (Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Grateful Dead, Buffalo Springfield and many more)

An extremely rare original backstage pass from the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival–one of only three we know to have survived.  This legendary three day festival featured the first US performance by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, the first West Coast show by The Who, and performances by the Grateful Dead, Simon & Garfunkel, The Byrds, Buffalo […]

The Byrds – Alternate “Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde” Acetate LP

A rare acetate of The Byrds 1969 album Dr. Byrds & Mr. Hyde, cut at Columbia Records’ Los Angeles recording studios.  This acetate, dated 12/23/68, has some different song titles and a different side-break from the final album, released in May, 1969.  “Child of the Universe” is titled here “Candy II”, “Candy” titled “Candy I”, […]

Gram Parsons / International Submarine Band – Original 1st Press “Safe At Home” LP

A near mint first pressing of Gram Parsons and the International Submarine Band’s sole album, Safe at Home, on LHI Records.  This example has the color label (as all authentic copies do), and the disc looks barely if at all played. The EX++ album cover has the lightest of wear.  This title has been extensively […]

The Byrds – Rare Village Gate 1966 Handbill (First NY Club Shows)

A very rare handbill advertising October, 1966 shows by The Byrds at New York’s Village Gate.  This was the band’s first club appearance in New York, and the Village Gate’s first booking of a rock band (they were primarily a jazz folk & blues club.) The Byrds had played New York only one time earlier, […]

The Byrds – Fully Signed Management Contract Exhibited at Grammy Museum

A historic 1967 management contract for The Byrds and The Jet Set, their previous incarnation. This 10 page document is signed by the original lineup–David Crosby, Jim McGuinn, Chris Hillman, Michael Clarke, and Gene Clark (who signs using his legal name Harold Clark.) This document unravels the Byrds and Jet Set’s original management contracts with […]

The Byrds – Autographs From 16 Magazine Archive / Original 5 Members

A very rare set of autographs of The Byrds, signed by the original lineup–Jim McGuinn, Gene Clarke, David Crosby, Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke. These were signed for 16 Magazine editor Gloria Stavers, who would have band sign on plain white sheets of paper so she could reproduce them in the magazine, sometimes over the […]

Crosby, Stills & Nash – Graham Nash Handwritten CSN Setlist

A setlist for a Crosby, Stills & Nash concert during their 1983 tour, handwritten by Graham Nash on the back of a xeroxed setlist for a different show.  We acquired this from CSN’s longtime road manager, Mac Holbert, who writes in his letter of authenticity that it likely dates from their Universal Amphitheatre (Los Angeles) […]

Monterey Pop Festival – 1967 Program With Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Grateful Dead

An original program sold at the legendary Monterey Pop Festival, Monterey Fairgrounds, June 16-18, 1967.  This perfect bound book is filled with full color ads, illustrations, photographs, and much editorial about the concert from the most important rock festival ever. Full pages are devoted to Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, Jefferson Airplane, The Who, Simon & […]