Various Artists...Live Aid...13th July 1985, UK Official program, artists inc. Bowie, McCartney, Quo, Queen, Elton, U2, The Who plus many many others. The 164 page, 210m x 290mm concert program is in EX+ condition, no writting in it and it's complete.
David Bowie - Sound and Vision [Prlophone Records] 7" Picture Disc, 2017 release, 40th Anniversary edition. The picture disc record is in a Mint, unplayed and sealed condition, comes complete with stickered PVC sleeve.
David Bowie - Be My Wife/ Speed Of Life, 1977 Spainish pressed 7" single, [RCA Records PB 1017] c/w rare Spainish only sleeve. The record is in a good NM- condition, it is still very bright and clean with a good gloss, no skips or jumps, play back is excellent. The orange RCA labels are in a NM condition, housed in a rare Spainish only sleeve, which again is in NM condition.
David Bowie - A flyer from Wembley, London dated May 1987 with a guide to forth coming events, featuring Bowie on the front. This 4 page foldout leaflet with B&W pictures features forth coming gigs by the likes of Bowie, Beach Boys, Neil Young, Genesis, Duran Duran plus sporting fixtures like the FA Cup final [Spurs V Coventry] and many other gigs and events. In NM- condition.
T Rex [Marc Bolan] - Hot Love/ Woodland Rock/ The King Of The Mountain Coneth, very rare original 1971 multi coloured 7" single from Greece, on the purple Columbia label SCMG 483. This is one of the rarest Marc Bolan/ T Rex singles ever, as you can see from the scan, it was pressed on a very limited multi-coloured vinyl release. The multi-coloured vinyl is much better when held up to the light, than what is reproduced via the scanner. The vinyl is only in good condition, it does play, with some back ground noise, no skips or jumps, but it does have some nasty scratches and marks and also a small 'nick' although not major, but bad enough to feel, but as I say, the 7" single does play though on both sides and is very rare, the olny copy we have had in 30+ years. The labels are very bright and clean. This is more than a filler in to a collection, as it is difficult to find another one. In mint condition it would be worth £6-800.