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Tim Buckley – Signed Lyric Manuscript For “I’ve Played That Game Before”

Tim Buckley’s handwritten and signed lead sheet (see below) for his song “I’ve Played That Game Before.” Buckley recorded “I’ve Played That Game Before” with his group The Bohemians, as part of a 1965 demo tape. An acetate of that demo was given to Elektra Records president Jac Holzman, who recognized Buckley’s unique talent, and […]

Tim Buckley – Signed 1969 Personal Check, Also Signed By Manager Herb Cohen

An authentic, signed check for an advance paid to legendary singer-songwriter Tim Buckley, dated August 8, 1969–three months before the release of his groundbreaking Blue Afternoon album. The check is made out to Buckley and endorsed by him in blue ballpoint pen on the back.  It is drawn on his personal account shared with his accountant, Neil […]

Frank Zappa & Mothers of Invention, Tim Buckley – Near Mint BG-97 FILLMORE Poster From Ralph J. Gleason Collection

A beautiful first printing of BG-97 OP-2, the Fillmore poster for The Mothers of Invention, Tim Buckley and the Chambers Brothers, with artwork by the great Stanley Mouse.   This poster is in near mint condition, with only some aging to the back, barely visible on the right front edge—the photos here accurately depict this […]

Tim Buckley – Handwritten and Signed Lyric from 1965 “No More”

An ultra rare Tim Buckley collectible—a circa 1965 “lead sheet” with Buckley’s handwritten and signed lyrics for his song “No More”, as recorded by his band, The Bohemians. This song was part of their original demo tape, recorded in November 1965 in an Anaheim studio. The Bohemians demo, including “No More”, was released in 2011 […]

The Doors & Tim Buckley – 1967 SUNY Stony Brook Concert Program

A rare concert program for The Doors and Tim Buckley, September 23, 1967 at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. The four page program includes photos and credits, surreal notes by future rock critics R. (Richard) Meltzer and Sandy Pearlman (credited as Applejack Meltzer and Memphis Sam Pearlman,) and an ad for […]

Tim Buckley – Signed 1967 Concert Contract (Opening For Jimi Hendrix)

A contract for Tim Buckley’s August 19, 1967 show at the Earl Warren Showgrounds in Santa Barbara, CA, signed by Buckley, his booking agent and promoter.  This was a historic show for Buckley, opening for Moby Grape and the Jimi Hendrix Experience,  the month his arguably greatest album, “Goodbye and Hello,” was released.  The autographed […]