- 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
Rhythm and Blues with Chuck Berry, original EP on the London Records RE-U 1053 label, Tri-Centre, purple and silver, very rare 1957 issue, the record and labels are in NM condition, the picture sleeve is in EX condition with a little wear on the opening and a name lightly written on the top edge of the rear sleeve.
Gary U.S. Bonds -School Is Out/ One Million Tears, original US 7" single, release on Legrand Records 1009 in 1961. The record is in EX+ condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the maroon & silver [large hole centre] Legrand labels are in NM condition, very clean with no rip's etc. Housed in an original picture sleeve, which is in EX+ condition.
Pat's Big Hits (Vol 2) (London HA-D 2098) Ex-/ Ex
A 60's signed piece of card from the great Joe Brown, the card and signiture has been clipped and only measures 65mm x 50mm in size.
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.
Jerry Butler, 'He Will Break Your Heart/ Thanks To You' original Top Rank Records Jar-53, company sleeve 1960, this rare record is in NM condition as are the labels and sleeve.
Original Sun Sound of Johnny Cash [London HA-s 8220] mono 1964 original issue. The record of this rare issue is in NM- condition and the sleeve is also in NM- condition.
The Genius Hits The Road (HMV Clp 1387) Vg-/ Ex
Coast Along with The Coasters (London Atlantic HAK 8033) 1962 condition of sleeve EX- and record NM
Eddie Cochran -C'mon Everybody, original UK 7" Tri-Centre EP release on London Records RE-U 1214 in 1959. The record is in EX+ condition, full gloss, very bright and clean, the maroon & silver London labels are in NM- condition, very clean with no rip's etc.The orange picture sleeve is in a good EX-, the only thing that lets it down is the side opening which is a little ragged, due to storage, otherwise very bright and clean both back and front.