A scarce cardboard boxing-style poster advertising a limited early 1980’s re-release of George A. Romero’s classic film Dawn of the Dead. Printed by Colby Posters of Los Angeles, these were posted …more
An original handbill for a June 24, 1973 concert by Al Green and The Chi-Lites at the Boston Music Hall. This was classic era Al Green, coming only two months after the release of his album Call Me, …more
A rare handbill advertising the ‘Grand Opening’ of the Lake Berryessa Bowl, in Winters California, listing a number of upcoming shows by groups including one featuring The Spiders, at just about the time they …more
Big in Japan / Manicured Noise – Rare 1978 ‘Who is Durutti Column’ Factory Club Handbill / From Tony Wilson Collection / Pre-Factory Records
A very rare handbill advertising Big in Japan and Manicured Noise at Manchester’s Factory Club, on May 26, 1978; from the archive of Factory Records co-founder Tony Wilson.
This show was promoted by ‘The …more
Birdland – 1950’s Jazz Club Handbill / Brochure (Miles Davis / Duke Ellington / Charlie Parker / Count Basie)
A rare 1950’s brochure advertising the legendary New York jazz club Birdland, named after Charlie Parker, who played there along with virtually every major jazz musician of the era. The cover lists …more
A rare single-sided Bob Dylan promotional album, issued in 1967 by music publishing company Warner Bros 7 Arts Music Inc.
Between 1962 and 1964, Dylan cut demos of a number of his songs for his music …more
An extremely rare and highly desirable concert poster advertising Bob Dylan’s November 27, 1964 performance at San Francisco’s Masonic Temple–his first ever San Francisco concert.
This show took place at …more
A stunning one-sheet poster for the original 1967 release of D.A. Pennebaker’s celebrated Bob Dylan documentary, Don’t Look Back.
Filmed during Dylan’s 1965 UK tour, Don’t Look Back …more
The autograph of Bebop giant Charlie Parker. The signature, in pencil, is on a 5″ x 47 5/8″ page torn from a lined paper book (the tear is along the left edge, far from the signature and easily matted out when …more
A scarce cardboard boxing-style concert poster advertising David Bowie’s August, 1983 shows at the Los Angeles Forum, during his “Let’s Dance” tour. Printed by Colby Posters of Los Angeles, these were posted on …more
David Bowie – Signed “With Compliments” Card” With Roger Epperson Authentication, Lifetime Guarantee
An original David Bowie autographed “With Compliments” card from his Isolar Production company. Bowie signed a number of these cards for a BMG Music senior executive in 1993, and they were sent out with copies …more
An impossibly rare concert poster advertising David Bowie and the Spiders From Mars’ November 4, 1972 show at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix Arizona. This was Bowie’s 12th-ever show played in the United …more
David Bowie & Spiders From Mars – 5 Autographed Petty Cash Receipts and Vintage Promotional Photograph
A Martin D1 acoustic guitar owned and played by British folk giant Davy Graham.
Graham’s 2008 obituary in The Wire noted “As a singer and arranger Davy Graham revolutionized guitar playing in the …more
A program for a 1957 concert by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra at Marquette High School in Milwaukee, Wisc., signed by Ellington on the front cover. Inside is a program of songs, listing soloists and …more
Durutti Column & Cabaret Voltaire – 1978 Factory Club Handbill, From Tony Wilson Archive (Factory Records)
A very rare handbill advertising The Durutti Column and Cabaret Voltaire at Manchester’s Factory Club, on June 2, 1978; from the archive of Factory Records co-founder Tony Wilson.
This show was promoted …more
A 1965 UK first pressing of The Best of Elmore James on Sue Records, from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. This album has Wyman’s handwritten date notations on the back …more
Elvis Presley – 1972 Signed Las Vegas Hilton Table Card, with Roger Epperson Authentication, Lifetime Guarantee
A table card from the Las Vegas Hilton International Hotel showroom, signed on the back “To Maggie, Elvis Presley.”
As explained in the lengthy accompanying letter from the original recipient, she was one …more
An original 1979 RIAA Platinum Record Award for Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk, presented to Russ Thyret (1944-2021), former Chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Records, and a close friend …more
Fleetwood Mac – Sealed ‘Rumours’ Special Silver Stamped Edition / One of 250 Made For Warner Bros. Employees
A factory sealed, mint condition example of the ultra rare 1977 commemorative silver stamped edition of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors. Only 250 of these LP’s were made, for distribution to Warner Bros. …more
Frank Zappa – 1970 “Intercontinental Absurdities” Employment Contract, signed by Frank & Gail Zappa + Legal Documents Contract
A fascinating four page Employment Contract, dated August 1970, whereby Frank Zappa’s corporation, Intercontinental Absurdities, hires Zappa to provide services for the company, with two related legal …more
A framed T-Shirt from Frank Zappa’s 1984 Them or Us Tour, boldly signed by Zappa above his photograph (the signature measures 9 1/2″ across). This is by far the largest and boldest Zappa autograph …more
A NM/NM German first pressing of The Mothers of Invention’s 1972 compilation album Pregnant, on Metro/MGM Records. This compilation of the Mothers’ best Verve material is packaged in a laminated sleeve …more
An unplayed factory sealed copy of the first printing of Mo’s Songs, the 1994 6-CD promotional only tribute to former Warner Bros. Records chairman Mo Ostin, featuring George Harrison’s otherwise …more
A scarce 1972 promotional poster issued by Warner Bros. Records for the Grateful Dead’s triple live album Europe ’72.
Artists Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelly created the album cover artwork, with …more
Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia-Owned ‘Europe ’72’ Test Pressings / 3 LP’s, With Perfect Provenance, 2 Letters of Authenticity (Artist Owned)
Jerry Garcia’s personal test pressings of the Grateful Dead’s 1972 live triple album, Europe ’72. These test pressings were sold by Garcia’s widow, Deborah Koons Garcia, at a Bonhams auction of Garcia’s …more
Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia-Owned Skull & Roses’ Acetates / 2 LP’s, With Perfect Provenance, 2 Letters of Authenticity (Artist Owned)
Jerry Garcia’s personal acetates of the Grateful Dead’s 1971 self-titled double album, better known as Skull and Roses. These acetates were sold by Garcia’s widow, …more
A rare Husker Du setlist, handwritten by Bob Mould, and a 1983 In The East concert tour poster.
The setlist, from an unknown 1983 show, includes songs primarily from Land Speed Record …more
A UK copy of Iggy Pop’s 1981 solo album Party, signed by Pop to his then manager Danny Sugerman (1954-2005), also longtime manager of The Doors.
Pop has signed “Hi Danny, Iggy Pop Wuz Here” …more
A spectacular live photograph of Iggy Pop, by legendary photographer Mick Rock, measuring 20″ x 24″. This image was shot at The Stooges only UK date during their first …more
James Brown – Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones) Owned ‘Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag’ 1st Press LP (Artist Owned)
A first pressing of James Brown’s album Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag, from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman. This album has Wyman’s written notations on the back …more
An impossibly rare 10″ promotional ‘Salesman’s Record’ issued in Fall 1967 by Levi Strauss & Co. with nine psychedelic radio spots advertising Levi’s by the Jefferson Airplane, Sopwith Camel and West Coast …more
Jerry Garcia – Garcia-Owned Acetate of His 1974 Second Solo Album, “Garcia” aka “Compliments” (Grateful Dead) (Artist Owned)
Jerry Garcia’s personal acetate of his 1974 second solo Album, Garcia (aka Complements). We acquired this acetate at a Bonham’s auction of Jerry Garcia’s personal property, consigned by his …more
A beautiful signed first pressing of Jerry Lee Lewis’ 1962 UK London American Records EP “No. 5″. …more
Jim Morrison – 1971 “Paris Journal” Manuscript / Notebook, With Letters of Authenticity from The Doors management, Roger Epperson
SOLD: Jim Morrison’s legendary Paris Journal, possibly the last major work he completed before his death in Paris on July 3, 1971. The green composition notebook has “Paris Journal” written on the cover …more
An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of Doors frontman Jim Morrison performing live with The Doors at Hunter College in New York, in 1968, by legendary photographer Elliott Landy. This is a hand printed photograph, …more
Two beautiful Mint condition test pressings, comprising The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s double album masterpiece Electric Ladyland, as …more
Jimi Hendrix – 2 LP Test Pressings ‘Live at the Hollywood Bowl ’68’ From ‘Electric Ladyland 50th Anniversary’ Box Set
Two beautiful Mint condition test pressings of The Jimi Hendrix …more
A clean 1959 first pressing of Jimmy Reed’s second album, Rockin’ With Reed, with Vee Jay’s maroon deep groove labels. The disc grades NM-/EX, and the cover VG++, with some light wear and dings to the …more
Joe Jackson – 1982 Limited-Edition ‘Night and Day’ Promotional Lithograph, Signed by Artist Philip Burke
A limited-edition promotional lithograph of Joe Jackson, from the cover of his bestselling 1982 album Night and Day, signed by artist Philip Burke.
Burke created the iconic Night and Day …more
An extraordinary concert poster advertising a November 1962 show by John Coltrane and his Group at Theaterkasse Collien in Hamburg, Germany.
Coltrane was in his prime during this period, touring with his …more
An original program and handout from John Coltrane’s funeral service, held on July 21, 1967 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in New York City, four days after the jazz giant’s tragic passing.
The program, …more
A spectacular 16″ x 20″ production photograph of John Lennon taken during the filming of A Hard Day’s Night, printed from the original negative. Posing with Lennon are two actresses who appear in the …more
A spectacular 16″ x 20″ production photograph of John Lennon in a train car, taken during the filming of A Hard Day’s Night, and printed from the original negative.
The photograph was almost …more
Joni Mitchell – Mint White Label Promo ‘Ladies of the Canyon’ LP / Looks Unplayed/ Title Sticker, Full Shrink
A beautiful NM/Mint white label promo of Joni Mitchell’s 1970 third album, Ladies of the Canyon, on Reprise.
The disc shows no sign of wear, with no spindle marks, and may be unplayed. The …more
A Joni Mitchell signed lithograph of her self-portrait, with then-husband Larry Klein. This portrait is reproduced in the inner gate-fold of Mitchell’s 1982 album Wild Things Run Free (on which Klein …more
A scarce UK Joy Division promotional poster advertising the 1988 compilation album Substance, designed by Peter Saville.
In overall …more
A large and extremely rare UK promotional poster for the 1979 release of Joy Division’s debut album Unknown …more
An extremely rare handbill advertising Joy Division’s first performance at Manchester’s Factory Club, on June 9, 1978; from the archive of Factory Records co-founder Tony Wilson.
This show, Joy Division’s …more
An extraordinarily rare handwritten manuscript for Leonard Cohen’s poem Calm, Alone, The Cedar Guitar, sent by Cohen to his editor at Viking Books, Corleis ‘Cork’ Smith. This poem appears on page 228 …more
A first pressing of the 1964 Lightnin’ Hopkins album Live at the Bird Lounge on the Guest Star label, from the legendary collection of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman.
Bill Wyman is legendary …more
Two Little Feat die cut promotional stickers in the shape of feet, made by Warner Bros. Records in …more
Lou Reed & Mick Rock – Signed Limited Edition Genesis Publications Book “Transformer” (One of a small number signed by Reed) / Velvet Underground
A mint, unused example of the Genesis Publications book Transformer, hand signed by Lou Reed and photographer Mick Rock.
Transformer, a collaboration between Reed and Rock, was published …more
An incredibly rare set of 2 Miles Davis ‘Columbia Records Studios’ acetate LP’s, with nearly 40 minutes of unreleased music. These were used to compile Directions, the 1981 double album of previously …more
Mitch Mitchell – Famous Granny Takes a Trip “Map Jacket” Worn With Jimi Hendrix Experience, Museum Exhibited
Mitch Mitchell’s legendary “map jacket”, owned and worn extensively by the Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer during his time with Hendrix.
Made by celebrated London clothier …more
An extremely rare 1968 concert poster advertising two shows featuring Frank Zappa and the The Mothers of Invention, the Charlie Musselwhite Blues Band and Sweetwater, at L.A.’s Shrine Exposition Hall. These …more
A 1958 Chess Records black label first pressing of The Best of Muddy Waters.
Rarely found this clean, both cover and disc grade EX+. The cover has fully intact spines and no wear to speak of, …more