A beautiful signed first pressing of Ben E. King’s’ 1964 UK Atlantic Records EP “What Now My …more
A stereo first pressing of Bob Dylan’s 1962 debut album, with the ‘six-eye’ Columbia label. Dylan’s first album sold very poorly on release, particularly in Stereo, which was at that time only appealed to the …more
An archivally framed 12” acetate of an unreleased sequence for Side 2 of Bob Dylan’s album Self Portrait, previously owned by Dylan and used during the making of that 1970 album. The label of the …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
International Submarine Band / Gram Parsons – 1966 Mint Picture Sleeve Promo 45 “The Russians Are Coming!”
An impossibly rare, mint condition original picture sleeve copy of the International Submarine Band (with Gram Parsons) debut single, “The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming/Truck Driving Man” on Ascot …more
Jerry Garcia – Garcia’s Personal Acetate of His 1974 Second Solo Album, “Garcia” aka “Compliments” (Grateful Dead)
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
Jimi Hendrix – 1-Sided Test Pressing from “Electric Ladyland” Deluxe Edition 50th Anniversary Box Set
A Mint condition one-sided test pressing used to put together The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s Electric Ladyland Deluxe Edition 50th Anniversary box set. This …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
An impossibly rare UK first pressing of Jimi Hendrix’s second single, “Purple Haze/51st Anniversary”, boldly signed on the label by Hendrix.
“Purple Haze” was the first record released on Track, the label …more
Jimi Hendrix Experience – 1967 French Barclay Records Test Pressing 45 “Burning of The Midnight Lamp”
An impossibly rare 1967 French Barclay Records test pressing of The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s single “Burning of the Midnight Lamp/The Stars That Play With Laughing Sam’s Dice”. The custom Barclay labels have …more
An EX/NM to EX+ first pressing of Jody Grind’s psychedelic/prog masterpiece, “One Step On” on UK Transatlantic. This 1969 classic features the great Tim Hinkley on Hammond B-3, playing some fantastic originals …more
A beautiful autographed UK first pressing of Joe Tex’s 1965 album The New Boss on Atlantic …more
Joy Division – Original “An Ideal For Living” 7″ Enigma EP, From Manager Rob Gretton’s Collection (signed by Peter Hook 4 months before release)
An original first pressing of Joy Division’s debut EP, An Ideal For Living, from the collection of Joy Division/New Order manager Rob Gretton (1953-1999). While this EP doesn’t have the usual printed …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
A 1948 Aristocrat Records 78 of Muddy Waters’ debut under his own name, “I Can”t Be Satisfied/I Feel Like Going Home”, signed boldly by the blues giant.
In 1941, folklorist Alan Lomax recorded Waters at …more
A copy of Muddy Waters’ 1973 album Can’t Get No Grindin’, boldly signed by the blues giant (“To Jay, Muddy Waters”) on the front cover.
The cover is in Excellent condition, with a small scuff …more
A copy of the 1960 album Muddy Waters Sings Big Bill, signed by the blues giant in black ballpoint pen boldly on the back cover.
The album cover is in EX condition, with two light horizontal …more
A 1964 UK first pressing of the album Apollo Saturday Night, signed boldly “Respect, Otis Redding” by the soul giant. Redding’s signature is in blue ballpoint pen, directly above his …more
A mono first pressing of Otis Redding’s 1966 Stax album The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul, signed by the soul giant boldly on the back cover. Redding died tragically in 1967, only 26 old, making his …more
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Prince – Previously Unknown 1987 Original Canadian “Black Album” LP / The Only Known Copy In Existence
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A rare UK first pressing of Robert Johnson 1936-1937, issued as part of Phillips Records Classic Jazz Masters series in 1962. This was the first Robert Johnson album issued in the UK, and was …more
A rare 1970 Italian first pressing of Stevie Wonder’s album My Cherie Amour, with a unique cover and 2 songs sung in Italian!
During the second half of the 1960’s, artists including The Rolling …more
The Beatles – Promotional Black & Gold Parlophone “Please Please Me” LP, Hand Annotated by John Lennon (Beatles Press Office Copy, With Historic Story, Near Mint, 1G/1R Stampers)
A historic promotional first pressing of The Beatles Please Please Me LP, hand annotated by John Lennon. This was the Beatles press office copy, and has a remarkable history. One of the first …more
A beautiful NM-/EX+ UK 1964 first pressing of The Beatles masterpiece, A Hard Day’s Night, on UK Parlophone. This is the earliest pressing, on yellow & black labels with thick type and “The Parlophone Co. …more
The Beatles / Rolling Stones – Bill Wyman’s Mono 1st Pressing of “The White Album” With His Signed Letter of Authenticity (Non-EMI Labels)
A UK Mono first pressing of The Beatles self-titled 1968 album, aka the White Album, from the personal record collection of Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones.
Recordmecca’s Jeff Gold acquired this …more
The Grateful Dead – 1969 Japanese Picture Sleeve 45 “Good Morning, Little School Girl/The Golden Road”
An extremely clean example of the Grateful Dead’s 1969 Japanese single “Good Morning, Little School Girl/The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion” with fold-open picture sleeve/lyric insert. The single grades NM …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
A clean EX+/NM- to EX++ UK first pressing of The Move’s 1968 self-titled debut album, on Regal Zonophone. The fully laminated flipback cover has a few edge lamination creases and a light crease to the bottom …more
A beautiful NM/NM UK 2nd pressing of the Rolling Stones self-titled debut album with the Unboxed Red Decca label. Non-grooved label variation with correct titled of “I Need You Baby” and correct version of “Tell …more
A fully autographed UK first pressing 45 of The Stranglers Nuclear Device (The Wizard Of Aus) w/ Yellowcake UF6 on UA 1979. The sleeve is signed on the …more