- 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
The 20th Anniversary of Rock'n'Roll [RCA APL1-1229] US issue, 1976, both record and sleeve in EX- condition.
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.
The Small Faces - From The Beginning, Rare and Original UK Red Unboxed Decca, [LK 4879] mono 1967 release. The record is in a great EX- condition, still full gloss and very clean and bright, just one or two light marks, but nothing major. The red unboxed Decca labels are very bright and clean, with just a few signs of spindle wear. Comes within its original inner sleeve, the cover sleeve is in a stunning NM- condition, the colours are very bright and clean, just a little wear on the opening, but very light, best sleeve for this album we have ever seen or had.
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.
The Who's John Entwistle's Rigor Motis Set In [Track Records 2406 106] 1973, gatefold sleeve which is in EX- condition, the record is also in EX- condition with just one or two very light marks, the labels are in EX+ condition, and the record comes c/w with its inner sleeve.
The Who - Live At Leeds, [Track Records 2406 001] 1970, matrix numbers A1/B1, 1st pressing with the black 'stamped' writting on the front of the gatefold sleeve. The record is in VG+ condition, with a few very light marks, but nothing nasty. The labels are blue on white and are in NM condition, both the record and the labels are bright and clean. The gatefold sleeve is a little worn to the spine edge, and a little discoloured around the edges with age, [as they all do,with this type of brown card sleeve]. The insert are in EX+ condition, all 12 inserts are included, this also includes the very rare 1st press poster 'Tuesday At The Marquee' - This is the rare 1st press of this classic album.
Magic Bus [Decca Records DL 75064], Stereo, US release, Black label with rainbow coloured strip across centre of label, both labels and records in NM- condition, sleeve is also in NM condition, with no ring wear. Very small'clip of sleeve'bottom right hand corner, import tax clip.
Magic Bus/ My Generation [Track Records by MCA MCA2-4068], US 1970's release, 2 LP set held in a gatefold sleeve, both labels and records in NM condition, sleeve in NM- condition, slight ring wear on front and back.