The Who – Pete Townshend’s Personal Demo Acetate For “Run Run Run”

An extraordinary Who collectible–a never bootlegged original 1965 acetate of Pete Townshend’s demo of “Run Run Run,” later recorded for The Who’s second album, A Quick One (released in the U.S. as Happy Jack. This unreleased mid-60′s demo features Townshend singing and playing guitar, bass, drums; and was made to teach The Who this song. […]

The Who – Pete Townshend’s Own “I Can See For Miles” Demo Acetate

An extraordinary Who collectible–an original 1965 acetate of Pete Townshend’s demo of “I Can See For Miles.”  This  mid-60′s demo features Townshend singing and playing guitar, bass, drums; and was made to teach The Who this song.  This was Townshend’s personal acetate, which he gave circa 1967 to Sandy Darlington, an American friend/musician/music critic then […]

The Who – Signed 1969 “Tommy” Concert Program

A fully signed program for The Who’s December 1969 five-date UK Tour, during which they performed their new rock opera Tommy.  This rare program has been signed by Roger Daltrey (signing “Cheers, Roger Daltrey” on the front cover,) Pete Townshend & John Entwhistle (on the inside front cover) and Keith Moon (on the first page.) […]

The Who – Original Banned ‘Direct Hits’ Album Cover Artwork

The original and probably banned artwork created for The Who’s album Direct Hits.  Direct Hits was issued in the UK in October 1968, on Track Records.  It was The Who’s first compilation album, and featured singles, B-Sides and rare tracks.  Noted UK music journalist Jon Savage has suggested that it was a stopgap album, intended […]

The High Numbers (The Who) – Zoot Suit/I’m The Face UK Promotional 45 with Clipping

An extremely rare promotional first pressing of The High Numbers UK 45  Zoot Suit/I’m The Face, on UK Fontana, and a clipping from Record Mirror noting the single’s release.  Soon after releasing this single, The High Numbers changed their name to The Who–and the rest is history.  This is one of the rarest and most […]

The Who – Original 1979 UK Quad “The Kids Are Alright” Movie Poster

A beautiful British Quad (30″ x 40″) film poster advertising the original 1979 release of Jeff Stein’s classic film about The Who, “The Kids Are Alright.”  This impressive poster is in near mint condition and machine folded, as it was originally sent out.  In the lower right hand corner is a small and probably easily […]

Woodstock – Sealed 1st Pressing 3LP Soundtrack on Cotillion

A factory sealed first pressing copy of the Woodstock soundtrack album, 3 LP’s, in virtually perfect condition, other than tiny dings to bottom corners. The only sealed copy we’ve had in decades.  Rare and spectacular.

The Who – Huge 1973 “Fallout Shelter’ Tour Poster Signed By Designer

A huge (and rare !) poster advertising The Who’s 1973 North American “Fallout Shelter” Tour, promoting their newly released Quadrophenia album. The poster measures 36″ x 55″ and is signed on the back by the the designer, David King. We acquired this poster directly from King, the legendary UK art director who’s work includes classic […]

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 & […]

The Who – Jim Marshall Signed 16″ x 20″ Color Photographic Print

A spectacular 16″ x 20″ color photograph of The Who, by legendary rock photographer Jim Marshall. Marshall shot the band on assignment for Teen Set magazine, in front of their motel in the Tenderloin in San Francisco, in June 1967 (while they were in the bay area for the Monterey Pop Festival.) The image measures […]

The Who, George Harrison, Monty Python – Autographed “The Who By Numbers” LP

A very unusual Who/Beatles/Monty Python collectible–a copy of the LP The Who By Numbers signed by nine different musicians and comedians. The album’s front cover is signed by Pete Townshend, John Entwhistle and Kenny Jones of The Who; the back is signed by George Harrison (who signed his first name, 4″ long), John Cleese, Michael […]

The Who – 1966 Autographed Fan Club Postcard

A fan club postcard picturing The Who, hand signed by Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Keith Moon and John  Entwhistle circa 1966.  The band has signed their first names only, each using a different pen and signing over their respective image.  The signatures are bold and contrast excellent.  The back lists two addresses for The Who […]

The Who – Pete Townshend Personal 1965 Unreleased Acetate

An extraordinary Who collectible–a never bootlegged original 1965 acetate of Pete Townshend’s demo of “Do The Strip,” an unreleased song written for The Who’s debut album, “My Generation.” This unreleased mid-60’s demo features Townshend singing and playing guitar, bass, drums; and was made to teach The Who this song. The Who On Record: A Critical […]

The Who – 1979 French “The Kids Are Alright” Movie Poster

A  striking poster advertising the 1979 French release of The Who film “The Kids Are Alright.”  This bold poster measures 15 1/2″ x 21 1/4″ and is in near excellent condition; there are 8 flattened vertical machine folds and one horizontal machine fold down the middle (it would have been sent folded.)  Two small pinholes […]

The Who & The Yardbirds (with Eric Clapton) – 1965 Marquee Club Handbill

A very rare handbill from London’s legendary Marquee Club, advertising shows during February 1965 featuring The Who and The Yardbirds (with Eric Clapton) and others.  The Marquee was “the” club in swinging London, and this handbill illustrates why–a Tuesday night residency featuring “Maximum R&B” with The Who and The Boys, two shows by The Yardbirds […]

The Who – 1968 Pinnacle Concert Poster with Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac

A beautiful first printing of Victor Moscoso’s classic poster for The Who, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac and The Crazy World of Arthur Brown at LA’s Shrine Auditorium, on June 28 & 29, 1968, as part of the Pinnacle Concert Series. This first and only printing measures 21.5″ X 17.5″ and is in Excellent condition, with […]