- Them - Them [Decca Records, DFE 8612] 1965, EP, c/w picture sleeve, unboxed Decca label 60's Pop, Beat, Rock, Psyche
- Electronic - Electronic [Factory Records, Fact 290] 1991, album, c/w picture sleeve and inner, mint/ unplayed 80's / 90's / 00's
- Oasis - Turn Up The Sun [Big Brother RKID 31TP] 2005, 12" one sided promo, mint/ unplayed 80's / 90's / 00's
- Colosseum - Those Who Are About To Die Salute You, Morituri Te Salutant, from 1969 on Fontana Records STL.5510, original UK Stereo release 60's Pop, Beat, Rock, Psyche
- Arthur Smith & Jinder in Whimple Victory Hall - Sunday 7th July 2013 On A Whim Promotions
Concert Memorabilia (99)
Original concert poster for Argent, for the Tuesday 9th September 1975, with Dirty Tricks as the support band. Playing at The Johnson Hall, Yeovil, Somerset. Overall in EX+ condition. Size 30" x 20"
A very large original concert poster from 1979 featuring Rod Argent & Friends, inc. Genesis Phil Collins. Performing two shows at The Venue in London. The poster measures about 1,000mm x 750mm, and is in EX+ condition, and is ready for mounting/ framing. Please note that the attached image of the concert poster is one taken of the poster in a clear polythene protective covering, which can be removed.
Original colour concert poster for Ashton, Gardner & Dyke from January 29th 1972, at the University Union, Oxford Road, Manchester. In very good condition, a little edge wear but no rips or tears, would look great when mounting and framed, over all size is 20 inches by 30 inches.
Various cymbals, sticks, bass skins etc, which all can be traced back to Simon Kirk and Bad Company. For more details of equipment that we have please email your requests. [All the other drum equipment is now sold]
The Beatles Christmas Show, Gaumont, Bradford, England. 21st December 1964, 2nd performance at 8.40pm. Ticket is in EX condition, just showing a little aged, has rubber stamp mark from the theatre on it.
Stunning copy of this tour programme from Paul McCartney and Wings 1975 tour. The 6 page fold-out programme is in NM- condition.
Original gig poster from 17th March 1977, Birmingham Odeon, no rips or tears. But does have some creases at the top third, from left to right, half way across, otherwise EX. Mounted in black mount.
Black/White & Grey concert poster for a gig at Loughborough University on the Friday 21st November 1969. With Zoot Money and Hard Meat as the support arts, excellent and stunning poster, great iconic looking poster. Framed [silver coloured metal frame] and glazed ready to hang. The poster does have'Don Not Remove'written in two places, otherwise in EX+ condition. Size 19" x 30" mounted in frame
Joe Brown's stage worn and used leather guitar strap from the mid sixties, and it is also signed by Joe [etched with a pen knife then over written with a pen]. This stage used guitar strap of Joe's was given to one of the support bands guitarists as a sorveinir of the show from about 1963 in South West of England, upon which he asked Joe to sign it, which he did, first using a pocket pen knife to etch his name in to the leather strap, then over wite his name on it. Over all condition is excellent, and the length is about 119cm [47 inchs] long, this is a very rare concert used item from the hey day of the beat era of the 60's.
Original concert poster for the Friday 8th August 1969 at the Town Hall, Torquay, Devon. Mounted ready for framing, mount size 580mm x 840mm
Eric Clapton 'One More Time' concert award, 1993. plaque reading "To *****, The Blues Eric Clapton & his Band, One More Time, Royal Albert Hall 1993 20th February - 7th March, 12 sold out shows. The plaque was given to EC's management company's assistant. Full Provenance, size about 320mm x 300mm
Eric Clapton'One More Time'Tour itinerary and access all areas pass, for the The Blues Eric Clapton & his Band, One More Time, Royal Albert Hall 1993 20th February - 7th March. The itinerary and pass was those of EC's management company's assistant. Full Provenance, itinerary has the full 15 pages with no rips or pages missing.
B&W German concert poster, late 70's, for the forth coming gig by The Diesel Band, which featured Bernie Marsdon [ex-UFO], Charlie McCracken [ex-Rory Gallaher Band], Ray Minhinnitt [ex-Frankie Miller Band] and John Coghlan [Status Quo] Size 34" x 24" mounted in frame, ready to hang.
Tour used drum stick, still has the yellow tape which he has wrap's around them still in place for extra grip. Length 405mm, Stagg, 5AN American hickory drumstick, good condition, a little drum wear and tip missing.
A drum stick from Status Quo's drummer Jeff Rich, the 'Premier Rock CC hickory stick is unused, and has Jeff name and band name [JEFF RICH STATUS QUO] printed on it. The drum stick has come directly from Jeff.
A drum stick from The Style Council's drummer Steve White, the 'Shaw' stick is unused, and has the bands name [THE STYLE COUNCIL] printed on it. The drum stick has come directly from Steve.
Tour used drum stick, with Kenny’s name printed on it. He would have used these in the early 80's, more than likely on the '82 tour. Length 410mm, Shaw model '1A' drum stick, great condition.
An original concert poster from the Woolwich Polytechnic February 27th 1970 featuring John Dummer Blues Band, Heavy Jelly, plus others. In EX- condition, does have a little water damage to the top left hand side [but would not show when mounted], size is about 510mm x 760mm and is ready for mounting and framing. Please note that the attached image of the concert poster is one taken of the poster in a clear polythene protective covering, which can be removed.
The Eagles' guitarist Joe Walsh did a small house gig in Londons Oxford Street in HMV a few years back, these are the B&W Promo photo and his guitar pick used at that gig. The B&W photo is 200mm x 250mm [8" x 10"] and the pick is a Jim Dunlop, both in excellent condition.
Original concert poster for East Of Eden, supported by Galliard and Quadrill, dating from Friday 25th June 1971 at Slough Community Centre. Complete, but does have some sellotape marks in all the corners, but most of this could be hiden with a good mount before framing. Over all size is 750mm x 510mm, nice and colourful, good original period piece, in a overall VG condition.
Great film poster for the film 'Stardust' from the mid 70's, starring David Essex, Adam Faith and Larry Hagman. The poster is in excellent condition and with no rips or tears.
A pair of Every Brothers Tour passes for UK Tour 1995 [Access All Areas] and the other for the European Tour 1993 [VIP Guest], conditions EX+
A 1963 flyer/ handbill, which mentions Johnny Kidd and The Pirates and also Mike Berry, the flyer been stuck into a scrap book, but is complete, measures 130mm x 200mm in size, a little tatty around the edges. Also comes c/w a clipped signiture of Mike Berry.
A original flyer/ handbill from the Colston Hall, Bristol, England, dated Tuesday 23rd March 1965. This was the first Tamla-Motown UK tour and headlined by The Supremes, and supporyed by Martha & The Vandellas, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Earl Van Dyke Six, plus special guest Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames. The tour was a flop, in some Theatres only a handful of ticket were sold, in one case only 16 people attended a show. Georgie Fame was drafted in to help push the tour and sell tickets and give a 'name' to a almost unknown named tour, seems very strange now. The flyer measures about 135mm x 230mm [5 1/4" x 9"] in size, does have a couple of light creases and a hole, middle top, and the booking slip has been carefully cut off the bottom, and the bottom right hand corner has been torn off, [see photo] but the over all condition is very good for this very rare 45+ year old flyer.
Original concert poster for the Thursday 16th July 1964 at The Queens Hall, Barnstaple, Devon. Mounted ready for framing, mount size 550mm x 760mm
Odeon Theatre, Leeds. 1st October 1964, EX+ condition. [ticket stub only]
Great copy of this 1963 tour programme, in EX+ condition, no rips or tears, date & town written on front, otherwise in EX condition.
Original flyer/ hand bill for the first record release from The Gamblers [pre- Billy Fury's Backing Band]. Issued on or around 15th November 1963 in the Newcastle area. Condition is fair, has been folded and creased and a little tatty around the edges, size 122mm x 190mm
Original gig poster from Friday 15th June 1962, Castles Ballroom, Annfield Plain [Newcastle?], complete, has been stored folded, so heavy creases, and has print marks on reverse, but still would look fab mounted and framed. Must be the only one in existence, came from Tony Damond's widow. Size about 510mm x 730mm [One other from 1963 is also available, and in a similar condition, size about 520mm x 750mm]
Genesis concert pass/ ticket for Knebworth 2nd August 1992 concert, VIP enclosure, condition EX+
Gerry Marsden's [Gerry and The Pacemakers] stage worn and used leather guitar strap from the early sixties, and it is also signed by Gerry [etched into the leather with a pen ]. This white leather stage used guitar strap of Gerry's was given to one of the support bands guitarists as a sorveinir of the show from about 1964 in South West of England, upon which, he asked Gerry to sign it, which he did, using a pen Gerry heavily etched his name in to the leather strap. Over all condition of the white leather is excellent, but it is showing a few signs of age, and the length is about 114cm [44 inchs] long, this is a very rare concert used item from the hey day of the Merseybeat era of the 60's.
Bass Drum skin, this original and one off hand printed bass drum skin from the 60's band'The Gods'. It is totally original and genuine and has come from the bands original drummer. The Gods, opened for Cream in the 60's, band members included Mick Taylor [Rolling Stones + others].
A great colour concert poster for the Incredible String Band for Wednesday 13th October 1971 at the Guildhall, Portsmouth. Framed [silver coloured metal frame] and glazed ready to hang. The poster is in EX+ condition. Size 21" x 31" mounted in frame
Stage worn top from the early to mid 70's. This fabulous top was worn by one of the Jackson 5 when performing with the rest of the group on stage. With the International Costume Co. Hollywood, Calif. label still on the inside collar and with Tito's name written in the tag. This bright green, front lace up top is of a medium size, it's in a bright green colour and studded with diamante' jewels.
Stage worn jacket from the early to mid 70's. This fab jacket was worn by Jermaine Jackson when performing with The Jackson 5. With International Costume Co. Hollywood, Calif. label, faintly inscribed Jermaine. The jacket is in a bright yellow, and the right sleeve is in orange and with a floral embroidery and rhinestones, zip front and large collars.
Crew only tour shirt, these short sleeve Hawaiian style shirts were used and given to the crew members only on the Michael Jackson World Tour 1988, This is an unworn, medium size shirt, very colourful and with the words 'You rock, we Roll' printed on it.
Stage worn top from the early to mid 70's. This fabulous top was worn by one of the Jackson 5 when performing with the rest of the group on stage. With the International Costume Co. Hollywood, Calif. label, still on the inside collar but group members name has faded away . This 'cowboy' style top is very small [could well have been Micheal's], it's in a turquoise with pink strip sleeves and cream tassels, studded with diamante' jewels.
Stage worn top from the early to mid 70's. This fabulous top was worn by one of the Jackson 5 when performing with the rest of the group on stage. With the International Costume Co. Hollywood, Calif. label still on the inside collar, but the group members name has faded away. This 'clown' style top is of a medium size, it's in a cream colour with very long ruffle type sleeves, studded with loads of diamante' jewels.
Excellent copy of this 1979 tour programme, in EX+ condition. Support arts inc. The New Barbarians [Ronnie Wood & Keith Richards], Fairport Convention, Chas & Dave plus others.
Original gig poster from 11th/ 12th August 1979, Knebworth, no rips or tears. But does have a lot of creases all around the edges and some across the poster where it has been rolled and lightly folded, otherwise VG+. Size of poster is 620mm x 430mm.
Original 1969 concert poster for The Move, supported by The Gods, Edgar Broughton Band, Element of Time, Old Joe, Principal Edwards Magic Theatre and The Looking Glass, compare was John Peel. All staged at the County Ground Stadium, Exeter, Devon on Friday 15th August 1969,'Exeter Pop & Blues Festival'. The poster is in excellent condition, a light fold down the middle, but still a very nice piece. Size is about 1,000mm x 760mm
Original 1969 concert poster for The Move, supported by The Gods, Edgar Broughton Band, Element of Time, and The Looking Glass, compare was John Peel. All staged at the County Ground Stadium, Exeter, Devon on Friday 15th August 1969. The poster is in near mint condition, has always been rolled, a very nice piece, ideal for framing. Size is about 490mm x 350mm
Original 1968 concert poster featuring two concerts, the first by The Move on Tuesday 13th August, suuported by a 'Kinky Fashion Show' by Jailbird Boutique. The second concert is by The Nice on Saturday 17th August, supported by The Biltz and The Mood. Both shows were held at Middle Earth, Town Hall, Torquay, Devon. The poster is in near mint condition, has always been rolled, at present it has been mounted ready for framing and is housed in a clear protective wrap, which can be removed, it's just for protection, has the poor qty photo. The mount size is about 580 mm x 840 mm.
Excellent copy of this 'Comic Programme' from the 1974 tour, in EX- condition. Comic strip action, which includes a pencil type drawing of the band by Gerald Scarfe
The second all Elvis souvenir photo album was sold at concerts in late 1956 and early 1957. The one that we have for sale dates from the 2nd April 1957 and was purchased at he Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada, [as inscribed very neatly on the inside cover]. This show was one of only three that Elvis preformed out side of the US in his entire career, and all three were in Canada in the 50's. It is said that Col. Parker sold these photo albums during the show by himself. It features two great colour pictures of Elvis on the front and back covers and 13 B&W photos in side. Most of the photos come from Elvis' first movie 'Love Me Tender'. Also included is a brief bio with vital statistic, the magazine measure 215mm [8 1/4"] x 275mm [11"]. It was printed by the Marshall & Bruce Co. in Nashville, Tenn. and has copyright by Elvis Presley Enterprises. A very rare item, and over 54 years old, and still in tact and complete, in EX+ condition.
Original flyer/ hand bill from The ABC, Plymouth, Thursday 19th November, 1964. Two shows that night, complete with booking slip, in EX+ condition, no creases or tears, but does have a small sellotape mark at the middle top. Flyer size about 13x 29cm, mounted in cream colour mount overall size about 21x 36cm
The Rolling Stones - Keith Richards, personally worn and owned by Keith, a colourful cotton braid. It was given by Keith personally to the previous vendor, when she had a chance meeting with Keith outside his house ‘Redlands’ in West Whittering, West Sussex in 1996. Keith has been seen wearing these types of braids for many years, and as seen in the attached photos you can see Keith wearing very similar styles to this one. These, or any other personal items of Keith’s very rarely come on to the open market. This item came to us mounted with a magazine picture and framed, along with a collection of vinyl records, which we purchased from the previous vendor in 2013, we have re-mounted and re-framed this item. The braid measures about 29.5cm [over all] x 1.5cm [at the widest part], and is made of cotton.
NME Poll Winners Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London. 12th May 1968, NM condition
A pair of Sex Pistols Tour passes, one for UK Tour, Anarchy In The UK Tour [Roadie] and the other for the US Tour, Anarchy In The US Tour [Personnel], [I don't believe these to be genuine], conditions EX+
Original flyer/ hand bill from The Odeon, Leeds, Friday 19th March, 1964. Two shows that night, complete with booking slip, in mint condition, no creases or tears.
Bass Drum skin, this is an original 22" bass drum skin from the band 'Shed Seven'. It is totally original and genuine and has come from one of the bands roadies. It has split from the top of the skin down to the top of the 'O' open hole. But please remember this skin has been around a lot and has been used at many gigs and photo sessions etc.
Sam and Dave, Arthur Conley, Percy Sledge, plus Little Charles and Linda Carr. Programme is in excellent condition, but does have a piece of sellotape of the back cover, no creases.
Spooky Tooth concert poster with Frumpy Gravinkel as the support band. This original German colour poster dates from Sunday 26th November 1970 and is in EX condition with no rips or tears, but does have four pin holes, one in each corner, one or two of the holes are a bit torn. Has been folded in half at some stage, so there is a crease though the middle running left to right, but now and has been stored rolled. The poster measures about 590mm x 840mm, idea for framing.
Status Quo concert ticket, for the 'Farewell London Concert' at Selhurst Park on Saturday 14th July 1984. The ticket is complete and with out any rips or tears, and is unused. This ticket along with some other concert items belonged and came from Quo's founder member and bass player Alan Lancaster. This item will come with a 'copy' of a letter that Alan signed giving it a full provenance.
Status Quo concert poster/flyer, for the Volkshaus in Zurich on Saturday 2nd August 1973. The poster is complete and with out any rips or tears, but does have a crease 40mm from the top, left to right about, over all size is about 160mm x 335mm. On the reverse side, they is an advert for the release of their 'Piledriver' album It has been signed by Rick Parfitt, Francis Rossi & Alan Lancaster. This poster, along with some other concert items belonged and came from Quo's founder member and bass player Alan Lancaster. This item will come with a 'copy' of a letter that Alan signed giving it a full provenance.
'The Status Quo' contracts, dating from 1968. One for a gig on 28th March 1968, the other for 25th October 1968. Both for one night performances at the California Ballroom, Dunstaple. These are original contracts, and have been mounted with a colour picture from around 1968. Full Provenance, overall size about 255mm x 530mm, contract size about 200mm x 330mm each
Original concert poster for the Friday 10th December 1972 at The Marquee, Town Hall, Torquay, Devon. Centre crease, otherwise EX condition. Mounted ready for framing, mount size 580mm x 730mm.
This is the leopard skin style top hat that Lord Sutch would wear at his political rallies and public events. The hat is in excellent condition, and still has the round label stuck to the front saying'Vote Lord Sutch'
A fully signed crash ride cymbal from the 60's legends The Swinging Blue Jeans. The cymbal was owned and concert used many time by the bands drummer Phil Thompson, it has also been signed by original members Les Braid and Ray Ennis and long time member and ex- Remo Four member Colin Manley. This is a very nice one off item and idea for mounting on the wall.
A very rare and original unused concert poster from the 1960's for The Symbols, great colourful images, in EX+ condition, does have a light fold across the middle. The size of the poster is about 510mm x 900mm, and is ready for mounting and framing. Please note that the attached image of the concert poster is one taken of the poster in a clear polythene protective covering, which can be removed.
Original concert poster for their Kings of Rhythm Tour of 1971, more than likely a European tour poster. NM condition. Mounted ready for framing, mount size 690mm x 945mm
An original and unused concert poster from the late 1960's featuring The Vibrations. In EX+ condition, size is about 510mm x 760mm and is ready for mounting and framing. Please note that the attached image of the concert poster is one taken of the poster in a clear polythene protective covering, which can be removed.
Flight Case, black in colour, with The Who & the number'33' stencilled on the box. Kenny Jones used this flight box on tours with The Who, to house drums and other drum equipment. I believe it was certainly used on the 1982 tour, can be vilified.
A boxed pair of John's'Celebrity Dr. Martin Shoes', UK size 9, black, with zebra skin effect fronts, stunning. Still in their original box, very little wear if any. Full history on request, originally brought via a London auction house when some of the late John Entwistle's estate was sold off.
A set of four unused door signs, to indicate who was to use certain rooms/ areas and who had excess in to them. From the Who’s 1982 UK tour, wording on signs; Private, Crew, Tune-up, and Office. Sizes of each card are 11" x 8.5"
Original Frank Zappa and The Mothers concert poster from Frankfurt, Germany, dated 28th November 1971, These posters were sent over from Germany to advertise the ill fated '71 Rainbow Theatre concert, when Frank was thrown from the stage. Because the show sold out well in advance the poster was never used. Size about 600mm x 840mm, in EX condition, has been machine folded, now kept rolled, slight tear in fold at the top and bottom middle, but only about 15mm. Very rare poster.