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 clean white label promotional copy of Alice Cooper’s 1969 debut album, Pretties For You, on Straight Records.
The Near Mint disc looks barely played, with no spindle marks on the snow white …more
A rare original 1961 pressing of the Beach Boys debut single, ‘Surfin/Luau,’ on X Records. This is the second–and rarest– of three original pressings that pre-date their signing to Capitol …more
Bill Withers – Signed Recording Contract with Sussex Records, For Debut Album (with ‘Ain’t No Sunshine,’ ‘Grandma’s Hands’)
Bill Withers’ original recording contract with Sussex Records, initialed on each page and fully signed on the final page by Withers. One year after signing this historic agreement, Withers’ released his debut …more
A rare handwritten letter from Billie Holiday (1915-1959,) presumably to her third and last husband, Louie McKay, described by Wikipedia as a ‘mob enforcer.’ Holiday signs as ‘Lady Day,’ using the nickname …more
A original concert poster advertising ten German dates on Black Sabbath’s 1980 Heaven and Hell tour. By the time of these dates, Ronnie James Dio had replaced Ozzy Osbourne as the band’s …more
A rare concert poster from the spring 1976 leg of Bob Dylan’s legendary Rolling Thunder Review tour.
Two nearly identical versions of this poster were produced; this is identified as coming from the …more
A 1988 Columbia Records promotional poster advertising Bob Dylan’s current album Down in the Groove and his best selling catalog albums, with room at the bottom for concert venue information to be …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 rare original handbill advertising Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Revue’s November 21, 1975 show at the Boston Music Hall. Pictured and listed on the handbill are Dylan, Joan Baez, [Ramblin’] Jack Eliott, …more
Bob Dylan – 4 Dylan-Owned Alternate ‘Self Portrait’ LP Acetates, With His Handwritten Notation / Used During Album’s Production
Four one-sided 12” acetates of an alternate sequence of Bob Dylan’s 197o album Self Portrait, owned by Dylan and used by him during the making of the LP. The sequence on each of disc differs from the …more
Bob Dylan – Dylan-Owned Alternate Mix ‘Father of Night’ 10″ Acetate, Used During Production (Artist Owned)
A one-sided acetate of an alternate mix of Bob Dylan’s song “Father of Night,” previously owned by Dylan, and used by him during the making of his 1970 album New …more
A rare and highly sought-after concert poster advertising Bob Dylan and Joan Baez’s February-March 1965 US Tour, with Toulouse-Lautrec inspired artwork by Eric Von Schmidt.
This legendary and often …more
Bob Marley & The Wailers – Ultra Rare 1978 Island Records Die-Cut Record Store Display / Over 3′ Tall
An exceptionally rare die-cut, easel-backed record store display (or standee,) made in 1978 by Island Records to promote Bob Marley and the Wailers album catalog, and his newest album, …more
Bruce Springsteen – 1985 ‘Born In The USA’ Tour Munich Concert Poster / From His Sound Mixer’s Archive
A ‘Born In The USA’ tour concert poster from Springsteen’s June 18, 1985 show in Munich, Germany, from the collection of Bruce Jackson (1949-2011), Bruce Springsteen’s concert sound engineer from 1978 to …more
Buffalo Springfield – 1966 Engraved Invitation Announcing Debut Single ‘Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing’ (Neil Young, Stephen Stills)
An exceedingly rare engraved invitation announcing the August 1966 release of Buffalo Springfield’s debut single, ‘Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing,’ sent out by the group’s managers, Charlie Greene and Brian …more
From the collection of the late Bruce Jackson, sound engineer on Cat Stevens’ 1974 Australian Tour, an oversize concert poster advertising the tour’s four stops, along with a promotional button and sticker …more
A beautiful Near Mint-/Near Mint mono first pressing of Champion Jack Dupree’s 1961 album Champion of the Blues, on Atlantic. Barely played and as nice as you could hope to find.
A rare handbill advertising a May 1954 show by “Bird” Charlie Parker and His All Stars at New York’s Open Door, in Greenwich Village, just a year before the jazz legend’s tragic death.
This was part of …more
The signature of Bebop giant Charlie Parker on a page possibly clipped from an autograph book. Parker writes in black fountain pen “To Kay / Regards / Charlie Parker.” Parker died in 1955 and his autograph is …more
A 1968 promotional poster promoting Cream and their album Wheels of Fire, issued by Pasadena underground FM radio station KPPC.
KPPC was one of the top Los …more
The original photograph used to create the cover for the Crusaders 1979 smash album Street Life, signed and titled “Original Album Art” by photographer Jayme Odgers.
Street Life, the …more
A unique and previously undocumented master tape from the mixing session for David Bowie’s hit single “Golden Years,” containing thirteen partial and full mixes, all unreleased. Included is a professional …more
A February 1972 Royal Mail Telegram sent by RCA Records New York to David Bowie’s manager, Tony Defries, imploring DeFries to send the label new photographs of Bowie.
The telegram, dated February 7, 1972 …more
A perfect, factory sealed Paul Smith ‘Space’ Vinyl (splattered vinyl) 50th Anniversary Edition of David Bowie’s self-titled second album, aka ‘Space Oddity.’
English clothing designer Paul Smith …more
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
A near-perfect autographed, mono first pressing of The Everly Brothers’ 1961 album Both Sides of an Evening.
Both album cover and disc are in beautiful Near Mint condition, with the disc possibly …more
A very rare concert poster advertising The Aquae Sulis Incident, a May 1970 concert in Bath, England headlined by Fleetwood Mac. Conflicting online sources cite this as the last, or second to last show …more
Two extraordinary pieces of original album cover artwork used for Fleetwood Mac’s highly-acclaimed album Tusk, including “the floating collage,” which author Ryan Reid notes in his book Fleetwood …more
A small card stock concert poster advertising two June 1968 shows by Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, Chuck Berry and the Chambers Brothers at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, …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
Graham Nash – Handwritten, Signed ‘Our House’ Lyrics in His ‘Eye To Eye’ Photography Book (CSNY, The Hollies)
A first edition of Graham Nash’s stunning 2004 photography book Eye to Eye, in which he has handwritten the lyrics to his Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young classic “Our House,” signing them “Graham Nash …more
Gram Parsons – Original Photo Page From His Personal Scrapbook / Pictured in ‘The Early Years’ LP Booklet (Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers)
A page from Gram Parsons’ personal scrapbook with five original photo-booth photographs of a young Gram, and a drug-related cartoon, collaged onto a printed magazine page. This page is reproduced in the …more
A laminate backstage pass for the Grateful Dead’s October, 1980 shows at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. The Dead played Radio City from October 22-31, 1980; the last two concerts were filmed and released as …more
Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia-Owned ‘Skull & Roses’ Acetate LP / Perfect Provenance, 2 Letters of Authenticity (Artist Owned)
Jerry Garcia’s personal acetate of side 1/side 2 of the Grateful Dead’s 1971 self-titled double album, better known as Skull and …more
Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia-Owned ‘Skull & Roses’ Test Pressings / 2 LP’s, Alternate Coupling/ Perfect Provenance, 2 Letters of Authenticity (Artist Owned)
Jerry Garcia’s personal test pressings of the Grateful Dead’s 1971 self-titled double album, better known as Skull and Roses. These …more
A very clean copy of the highly collectible 1966 album The Acid Test, featuring Ken Kesey and the Grateful Dead.
Kesey has signed the front cover just to the left of his image, writing ‘My god …more
Howlin’ Wolf, Lightnin Hopkins, Sonny Boy Williamson, Etc. – 1964 UK ‘American Blues Festival’ Handbill
An original handbill advertising the 1964 American Negro Blues Festival’s stop at Fairfield Hall, England.
Headlining this almost too-good-to-be-true lineup are Howlin’ Wolf, Sonny Boy Williamson, …more
A concert poster advertising The James Brown Revue’s April 1986 show at the Syria Mosque in Pittsburgh.
Proclaiming ‘Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag’, the bold design features The Godfather in action. In Very …more
Janis Joplin / Big Brother & The Holding Company – 1966 ‘Zenefit’ Concert Contract / Avalon Ballroom
A contract for a Big Brother and the Holding Company (with Janis Joplin) show on November 13, 1966 at the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco. This was the famous Zenefit benefit show for the San Francisco Zen …more
A handwritten postcard sent by Jeff Beck to his Los Angeles friend, Darryl Stolper, along with musical notations for a Muddy Waters song Beck was teaching Stolper, and a card with Beck’s London and Kent …more
Jerry Garcia’s personal test pressing of his 1982 solo album Run For the Roses. This test pressing was sold by Garcia’s widow, Deborah Koons Garcia, at a Bonhams auction of Garcia’s personal …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
An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of The Doors’ Jim Morrison at The Roundhouse in London, September 1968, taken by legendary photographer Ethan Russell. This was the Doors only UK appearance in 1968 and was …more
Jim Morrison & Michael McClure – Unpublished ‘Saint Nicholas’ Screenplay, From Danny Sugerman Collection
One of only three known copies of the unpublished Jim Morrison/Michael McClure film script Saint Nicholas (with Morrison writing as ‘James Douglas Morrison,’ the name he used with his privately printed …more
An original RIAA Gold Record Award for Jimi Hendrix’s Rainbow Bridge, presented Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold, a former Executive Vice President/General Manager of Warner …more
A 1968 promotional poster advertising Pasadena FM radio station KPPC, picturing The Jimi Hendrix Experience.
KPPC was one of the top Los Angeles-area underground radio stations in the 1960s, and in …more
Jimi Hendrix – 1969 ‘Band of Gypsys’ Fillmore East Ticket Stub & Concert Program / Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band
A concert program and ticket stub for Jimi Hendrix’s legendary Band of Gypsys shows, at New York’s Fillmore East on December 31, 1969, and January 1, 1970.
Hendrix and his new group played two shows each …more
A rare Warner Bros/Reprise records promotional long sleeve T Shirt, issued to promote the 1975 Jimi Hendrix album Crash Landing. This came from the collection of a …more
A 20 page program from the first ever tour by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, opening for The Walker Bros on their April 1967 UK Tour.
Also on the bill were Cat Stevens, Engelbert Humperdinck, and a number …more
A beautiful 1969 stereo pressing of The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s debut album, Are You Experienced, on German Polydor.
This third pressing is virtually identical to the first German pressing, and …more
Jimi Hendrix / Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett – Near Mint Orig. 1967 Saville Theatre Concert Poster / Hapshash & The Coloured Coat Artwork
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 …more
A beautiful mint condition concert poster advertising the Berlin Super Concert 70, featuring the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Ten Years After, Procol Harum, Cold Blood and Cat Mother (who’s debut album was produced …more
A rare issue of Mojo Navigator, Vol 2, No 2, dated August 1967.
Mojo Navigator was arguably the first rock fanzine; begun in 1966 by David Harris and Greg Shaw, it chronicled the San Francisco/Bay Area …more