A spectacular 16″ x 20″ production photograph of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Ringo Star and the back of an interviewer, taken during the filming of A Hard Day’s Night, and printed from the original …more
The Byrds – Unreleased Master Tape of “Change is Now” Alternate Version, Formerly Owned by David Crosby
An extraordinary Byrds collectible—a master tape of an alternate version of “Change Is Now’ with its original title, “Universal Decoder.” “Change is Now” was eventually released on the 1968 album The …more
A rare vintage photograph of The Damned’s Captain Sensible and Rat Scabies, by Adrian Boot. This is an original hand-printed photograph, made from the original negative and printed near the time the …more
A superb set of four 11″ x 14″ photograph of The Doors, shot in New York City in 1967 by the photographer most clearly associated with their record covers, Joel Brodsky. Brodsky photographed The Doors for nine …more
An original 11″ x 14″ photograph of Doors frontman Jim Morrison of The Doors, circa 1969, by celebrated photographer Edmund Teske. This is a hand printed photograph made from the original negative, measures 11″ …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
A very scarce Near Mint-/Near Mint- French 1st pressing of Jimi Hendrix’s masterpiece, the double album Electric Ladyland. Hendrix’s French label, Barclay, created their own album covers for Hendrix’s …more
A beautiful UK pressing of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s double album masterpiece, “Electric Ladyland”. This is the 1970’s Polydor pressing, with the controversial nude album cover.
The laminated …more
A beautiful 1970’s Italian copy of the Jimi Hendrix Experience’s double album masterpiece Electric Ladyland, on Polydor Records. This is a second pressing as distinguished by the S.I.A.E. publishing …more
An original photograph of Sting by famed fine-art photographer Duane Michaels, used on the cover of The Police’s album Synchronicity.
We acquired this from legendary record executive Jeff …more
A rare boxing-style concert poster advertising The Police’s September 1983 show (with Berlin, The Fixx and The Thompson Twins) at the Hollywood Park Racetrack, during their Syncrhonicity tour. We obtained this …more
A beautiful 1967 UK Stereo first pressing of the Rolling Stones’ Their Satanic Majesties Request …more
A scarce cardboard boxing-style promotional poster advertising the Rolling Stones 1978 album Some Girls, and featuring and featuring the withdrawn artwork with images of Marilyn Monroe, Lucille Ball, …more
A copy of the SOLD OUT deluxe, limited-edition of the acclaimed book Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges/As Told By Iggy Pop, signed by Iggy Pop and author Jeff Gold.
Only 400 copies of the …more
A mid-1960’s Gordy Records promotional photograph of The Temptations, warmly inscribed and signed on the back by Melvin Franklin, David Ruffin and Otis Williams. Melvin Franklin writes “To Gloria, my early …more
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, …more
A set of five promotional album cover slicks for albums by The Who, sent out by Decca Records in 1970 for display in record stores.
These original 12″ x 12″ vintage slicks include the covers of The …more
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 …more
The Who, Cream – 1967 Concert Program For 1st U.S. Shows /Murray The K Show, also featuring Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Simon & Garfunkel, Young Rascals, Wilson Pickett, Phil Ochs, Etc.
A scarce program for Murray The K’s Music in the Fifth Dimension, a 9 day series of shows in March 1967 which were the first ever US shows played by both The Who and Cream.
Murray the K was a …more
A VG(+)/VG+ white label promo copy of “Questa Volta/Pafff…Bum”, the 1966 Yardbirds single sung in Italian. The Jeff Beck-era Yardbirds were convinced by manager Giorgio Gomelsky to record this for the 1966 …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 …more
A beautiful UK Stereo first pressing of Traffic’s Mr. Fantasy on Island Records; this is the …more
A beautiful Near Mint-/Near Mint UK first pressing of Traffic’s 1969 LP Last Exit on Island Records with Pink Eye textured labels. The sleeve is in NM- condition minor wear along the top and bottom edges and …more
A beautiful Near Mint/Mint to NM UK first pressing of Traffic’s self-titled second album, on Island Records, with the earliest textured …more
A rare original concert program for Traffic’s concerts with special guests Cat Stevens in November, 1970 at New York’s legendary Fillmore East. The program is 16 pages and includes band bios, photos, and great …more
A vintage photograph of Bono in the 1980’s, by British photographer Steve Rapport. This 8″ x 10″ print has Rapport’s studio label on the back, and handwritten title and negative number. As a vintage print, it …more
Van Der Graaf Generator – UK 1st Pressing “Pawn Hearts” With Pink Scroll Charisma Label, Insert, in Mint Condition
A beautiful NM–/Mint to NM UK first pressing of Van Der Graaf Generator’s Pawn Hearts on Charisma Records, with the earliest pink …more
Van Morrison – Master Tape of Unreleased 1975 Studio Album (9 Completely Uncirculated Studio Tracks)
An impossibly rare master tape of rough-mixes for Van Morrison’s legendary unreleased 1975 studio album. In the 42 years since these recordings were made, no copies have surfaced and the music remains …more
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 …more
A beautiful original concert poster advertising a January, 1970 show by The Velvet Underground at The Paramount Theatre in Springfield, Mass. Designed by promoter Steve Nelson, this is one of the few Velvets …more
A scarce first edition hardbound copy of Andy Warhol’s Index (Book,) with the holographic cover and including a still-attached Velvet Underground record. Warhol’s 1967 Index (Book) was an adventurous and …more
An extremely rare original photograph of the Velvet Underground, circa 1968, probably at Andy Warhol’s Factory, and taken by Factory photographer Billy Name. This is a rare vintage print, with …more
A beautiful original photograph of The Velvet Underground with Nico, Andy Warhol, Mary Woronov and Gerard Malanga at Warhol’s Silver Factory in 1966, taken by longtime Warhol associate and Factory photographer …more
A list of fifty folk and original songs, typed and hand-annotated by Woody Guthrie, presumably for a songbook. Woody lists 50 favorite songs from his repertoire, including virtually all his …more
A very rare handbill from London’s legendary Marquee Club, advertising shows during March 1966 featuring The Yardbirds (with Jeff Beck), David Bowie & The Buzz, the Small Faces, the Spencer Davis Group (with …more