The Beatles...1963, UK concert program, silver cover, 1st Nov to 13th Dec Christmas Tour. The 16 page, 200m x 260mm concert program is in VG- condition, some of the silver 'foil' cover is coming off and a little creased, no writting in it and it's complete, support acts included Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers, Brook Bros., Frank Berry.
Big Beat Boys magazine with The Beatles and the other Beat Groups.... UK magazine dating from 1963, colour front page, packed with loads of Colour and B&W photos of British and American bands and artists, plus some great Guitar and Amp adverts, 48 pages complete with no rips or writting, and all in EX+ condition.
The Beatles and the Groups.... US magazine dating from January 1966, colour front page, packed with loads of B&W photos of British and American bands and artists, 68 pages complete with no rips or writting, and all in EX+ condition.
The Beatles 1963, Christmas Record, - Beatles Christmas Record, 1963 original fan club issue only, the fold out sleeve is in NM+ condition still very bright and clean, staples are clean and non rusty, with printed fan club newsletter #2 on the inside. The flexi record is also in NM+ condition, as is the label, but does have a very small 'glue' mark on the label. No rips/tears or writing or creases, c/w the original mailer, dated 24 Dec 1963. This is the rarest Beatles Fan Club record and sleeve to find, this one is all original and in super NM condition, we have never had such a great copy or seen such a good copy, even rarer to find one with it's original mailer. ********** SOLD **********
John Lennon & Yoko Ono/ Plastic Ono Band - Woman Is The Nigger Of The World/ Sister O Sister, [Apple Records 1848] US 1972 c/w picture sleeve. The record is in a EX- condition, very bright and clean and still with a good high gloss. The labels are in EX+ condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a picture sleeve, which is a good VG+, bottom of sleeve split slightly.
Paul McCartney/ Michael Jackson - The Girl Is Mine, [Epic Records ENR 03372] US 1982, One sided low budget release. The record is in a NM- condition, very bright and clean and still with a good high gloss. The labels are in NM- condition and are bright and clean with no writting on them. Housed in a company Low Budget Epic sleeve.
Paul McCartney & Wings - Official Wings 'Back To The Egg' Trading Cards
1979 Original cards, with B&W picture on the front of the band memeber and details on the reverse.
Full set of 5, all in NM condition.
Wings with Paul McCartney - 'Wings Over Europe' Concert Programme from 1972. 12 page gig programme in EX- condition [but does have a little bit of writting on the inside, just numbers indicating track listing of the concert], the size of the programme is about 210mm x 300mm, a hard to find McCartney programme.
Paul McCartney & Wings autographs, three signitures, Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney and Denny Laine. All signed on one piece of autograph book page in blue ink. The autographs were obtained at Hull University on the 11th February 1972, as part of Wings UK Tour of unannounced concerts at Universities around the the UK, the other two band members Denny Seiwell and Henry McCullough were not obtained by the original vendor as she did not reckonise them as 'band members'. The autograph page measures about 140mm x 100mm, and this page has been mounted along with two later 70's photos of the three band members, overall size of the mount is about 380mm x 310mm. The autographs are very clear and look great mounted with the photos, the mount is wrapped in a cellephane wrap for protection, which can be removed, hence the slighty poor quality of the images.
Quotes from Wikipedia
McCartney had formed Wings for the purpose of having a band to go on the road with, and he wasted no time in doing just that. During the waning years of The Beatles, notably during the Get Back sessions, he had suggested they return to live performances by showing up unannounced at pubs and playing for the patrons, but the idea was never seriously considered by the other Beatles. From 2 to 7 February 1972, Wings held rehearsals for the tour at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA). The rehearsals were filmed by Tyncho Films, and titled by McCartney as The ICA Rehearsal, and features footage of: "The Mess", "Wild Life", "Bip Bop", "Blue Moon of Kentucky", "Maybelline", "Seaside Woman", "My Love", "Give Ireland Back to the Irish" and "Lucille".
McCartney took the band on an impromptu tour of the United Kingdom's universities, showing up unannounced and performing for whoever happened to be on campus. The band's intended first stop on the tour, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, had no suitable venue, so the band moved on to the more receptive Nottingham. Admission to the first show which was held at 12 noon in the Portland Building Ballroom was GBP 0.40, proceeds being split up equally among the band members. At Hull, the word circulated fast, and a full hall of about 800 welcomed Wings at 50p per head.