Beat Instrumental - dates from October 1966, with Spencer Davis Group on the front cover, original UK 1966 music magazine, features articles with Ringo Starr, Mick & Keith, Blues man Gary Davis, Music Fair 1966, Dave Dee, John Mayall, Jeff Beck and much much more, 40 pages of fab 60's music articles.
The Pretty Things & Billy Fury - Get Ready, Steady, Go-go-go!!, Great copy of this original UK 1965 tour programme, in EX+ condition, 16 pages, no rips, tears, or writting in this programme, so in EX condition. Billy Fury was the head lining act of this show, but it's the Pretty Things that stole the show. Also features The Zephyrs, Brian Poole, Dave Berry and others on the bill.
Billy Fury, Eden Kane - A Star Spangled Night, Great copy of this original UK 1961 tour programme, in EX+ condition, 16 pages, no rips, tears, or writting in this programme, so in EX condition. Also features The Allisons, Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers and others on the bill.
The Kinks - Full set of genuine 60's autographs of the band members, signed in nice large and very clear writing, reads 'Best Wishes To Bin From The Kinks' then signed by all four band members underneath, first names only, [Ray, Pete, Mick and Dave] as with most of the sets of autographs from The Kinks. You also have the added signature of The Hollies bass guitarist Eric Haydock's signature as well, on this large 280mm x 260mm card. Along with two used concert tickets [struck onto the card] from The Gaumont Theatre, Taunton, dates Thursday April 30th 1964, which is where these autographs were obtained. The card has a horizontal fold, about a quarter of the way up from the bottom, but still a very nice piece of rock history which would look great framed up with a classic 60's photo of the band.
Concert Flyer - The Gaumont, Taunton, England, Friday March 29th, 1963. Larry Parnes presents Your Lucky Stars featuring Joe Brown, Susan Maughan, The Tornados, Eden Kane, Jess Conrad, Shane Fenton, Rolf Harris, Peter Jay and The Jaywalkers plus others. The blue and pink flyer has the booking slip missing and sellotape stains in each corner, measures about 145mm x 195mm, a lot of the tape marks can be lost when framed.
The Kinks - Dave Davis - genuine signed 60's music paper ad signed by Dave in full. This black and white autographed page of Dave Davis is of a advert for his new single 'Hand My Hand', Dave has signed his full name in blue ink across his face, the ad measure about 175mm x 295mm and dates from 1969, ideal for framing.
King Crimson - In The Wake Of Poseidon. Original UK pressing, Island Records [ILPS 9127] Stereo 1969 - rare first UK pressing white 'i' on pink Island logo label. The record is in a good EX+ condition. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface, just a few light surface marks. The lightly textured labels are in NM- condition, clean and bright, pink in colour with the white 'i' Island logo. The textured gatefold sleeve is also in a good EX- condition, clean and bright, with no rips or writing, just showing a some wear on the corners and edges The inner stickered sleeve that forms the gatefold sleeve has been struck on upside down, hence the wrong way round, rare first press only sleeve. The is a first pressing, due to the light textured label and white 'i' logo on pink label and A1/B1 matrix numbers and E.J. Day sleeve and the incorrect upside down inner part of the gatefold sleeve.
Billy Eckstine - My Way. Original UK pressing, Tamla Motown Records [STML 11046] Stereo 1966 - rare stereo UK copy. The record is in NM- condition, only being played once or twice. Very clean and bright and has a good gloss to the playing surface. The labels are in NM- condition, clean and bright. The sleeve is also in a good EX+ condition, clean and bright, with no rips or writing, just showing a little wear on the flip overs on the reverse side.
Yvonne Harrison - The Chase/ Take My Hand, [Caltone Records 102] 1967, very rare single from this young lady, mid 60's rocksteady/ ska number. The record is in EX+ condition, having been played just a few times, full gloss and very bright and clean. The labels again are in EX+ condition, very clean and bright, does have two little scuffs on side A.
The Who - unused and possibly unissued Christmas card from Track Record, mid 70's. Looks to be a 'in-house' mock up of a Christmas card, which would have been sent out to friends, colleagues and the media. The card comprises of a double folded card about 275mm x 190mm, with an inner card of 115mm x 190mm housing a colour photo [not picture, an actual photo] of Pete and Keith in the back of a car. On the front fold is a rubber stamp logo of "The Who" with a draw in green and red holly leave and berries. On the reverse side, written in pencil in the top corner are the words 'M Shaw'. This item, along with some other items on our web site came from the estate of the late Mike Shaw, long time friend and work colleague of the band. This item is again a one off mock up of what we believe is an unused Christmas card.