European private press, custom cover. Live 1/10/69.
Picture disc, Boston Tea Party 3/15/69 “Guitar Amptape”. Vocals almost unheard except for “Jesus” mic must have been in front of guitar amp but very interesting stuff– almost like listening to backing tracks.
Private press, custom cover. Live at the Valleydale Ballroom in Columbus, OH Nov 4th 1966.
Private press with custom color cover. 2XLP’s of live tracks.
A rare signed and inscribed sheet of paper autographed by Nico in 1979 (4 1/4″ x 7″), and a handbill for Nico’s 1977 appearance at San Francisco’s Mabuhay Gardens. Nico hadn’t played live in many years when she played Mabuhay and a limited number of other shows; two years later she played Los Angeles’ Whiskey-A-Go-Go, […]
Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison’s Varsity Track “Certificate of Award” presented to him in 1958-1959 by the Levittown (New York) Division Avenue High School. Who knew that in addition to being a legendary guitarist Morrison was an athelete of note ? We obtained this from the late Morrison’s widow, Martha Morrison; it was part […]
Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison’s personal copy of the bootleg album “Velvet Underground 1966.” The late, great Morrison famously collected Velvets memorabilia and records, and this was part of his collection. It’s in NM/EX condition, with full shrink wrap. Included is a signed letter of provenance from Sterling Morrison’s widow, Martha Morrision, stating in part […]
An extremely rare handbill for a 1968 Velvet Underground show and “the unveiling of the new album–White Light/White Heat with Andy Warhol, movies and dance.” This was the launch party for the Velvets 2nd album at the Aardvark Cinematheque in Chicago, taking place the week the album was released. This handbill comes from the collection […]
An extremely rare alternate one-sided handbill for The Velvet Underground at the Fillmore Auditorium in 1966. While Fillmore poster collectors know and love the classic BG-8 handbill, this alternate handbill with a review of the Velvets from the Los Angeles Times is very little known, and was just recently added to Eric King’s comprehensive guide […]
A rare handbill advertising a series of March, 1969 shows at the Boston Tea Party by the Velvet Underground and Wilkinson’s Tricycle. This handbill is from the collection of the Velvets’ late, great guitarist, Sterling Morrison, who famously collected Velvets memorabilia while on tour. It measures 8 1/2″ x 11″ and is in very good […]
A signed, limited edition silkscreen of John Van Hamersveld’s classic Velvet Underground concert poster. Van Hamersveld originally created this artwork in 1968 for a poster to advertise a concert by the Velvet Underground and Chambers Brothers at LA’s Shrine Auditorium. In the 1980’s he produced a signed, numbered limited edition of this artwork with LA […]
An original Velvet Underground set list in Sterling Morrison’s hand, from a show at the Quiet Knight in Chicago, sometime between January 15-21, 1970 (written on the back of a form from a long defunct Chicago accounting firm.) Only a handful of Velvet Underground set lists have survived, all of which were preserved by the […]
A previously unknown and undocumented 1970 Velvet Underground concert poster from the Unicorn club in Boston. This poster comes from the collection of the late, great Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison; we obtained it directly from Morrison’s widow, Martha, who has written a letter of authenticity stating that it was part of her husband’s collection. […]
A custom framed original handbill from the Velvet Underground’s October, 1969 series of shows at the Vulcan Gas Company in Austin, Texas. The bold artwork for this handbill shows a velvet lined coffin, underground—quite literal. In mint condition, this measures 8 1/2″ x 10 3/4″ and is framed to 11 7/8′ x 14 3/8′. Frame […]
An original Max’s Kansas City “charge record” signed by the late Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison (who also wrote his name and address at top.) Sterling and the Velvets were frequent customers at Max’s, where the band played their last series of concerts with Lou Reed in September 1970 (their “Live At Max’s Kansas City” […]
A very rare Velvet Underground promotional sticker made by MGM Records to promote the band’s 1969 self-titled 3rd album. This comes from the collection of the Velvet’s late guitarist, Sterling Morrison. The sticker measures 1 1/2″ x 10″ and is in mint condition, with the backing fully intact. Prior to the recent discovery of a […]