More .. Signed Photos, LP's, PS's, Promo's, Memorabilia, Empherea, Etc.

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Bruce Mulle', Oct 20, 2017.

  1. Skokiaan

    Skokiaan Forum Resident

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    This literally just arrived...Esperanza Spalding's new album Exposure, signed before it was shrink wrapped. Limited to 7,777 records and CDs. No digital or streaming release.

    The strip in the middle is a piece of her handwritten notes from the recording sessions. She conceived, wrote and recorded this album live on Facebook in 77 hours.

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  2. Boo Rad

    Boo Rad Gives a flip about your political views

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    Back in the early 80's I bought a book with the addresses for various celebrities (or at least the addresses of their secretaries or publicists). The first person I wrote to was Macca. Almost a year after writing to him (I had forgotten about it by that point) I got this in the mail. It was a fantastic surprise. No idea to this day if he signed it or if it was somebody who worked for him but I like to think Paul actually inked this picture.



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  3. teag

    teag Forum Resident

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    Ha ha! A bit off topic.

    BTW, Nice decision at the end of the game yesterday! At least you can use the towel to cry into!!
     
  4. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    ha ha funny... not crying dude.
    It ain't over till it's over... I've been covering the Steelers since my thread started this season. I happen to enjoy Boston as a city a great deal, but with
    football .. that's a different story. Best to let this go. Period.
     
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  5. Skokiaan

    Skokiaan Forum Resident

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    This is the first I've heard that. I definitely don't look like a middle aged Brian Wilson today...

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  6. Skokiaan

    Skokiaan Forum Resident

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    I had this one. (Maybe I still do). I collected all-things Wilbury back then.
     
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  7. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Boo, rest assured... it's good!
    Ya did well my friend.
     
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  8. Boo Rad

    Boo Rad Gives a flip about your political views

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    Thanks, Bruce! That's good to hear. Going to hand it down to my daughters one day.
     
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  9. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Welcome Boo Rad, happy to give good news!
    The double lined "P" had me for a minute, but I actually have one close to it myself on the promo "Driving Rain" media CD's he signed. It's very nice and on a great photo too. The double ''P'' you see now and then... Enjoy! :righton:

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  10. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    W.S. "Fluke" Holland - Drummer man
    Signed color 8 x 10 photo of the seasoned rock'n'roller.
    Fluke was Carl Perkins drummer, then later became CASH's
    only drummer he ever had. He was there on drums for the
    Million Dollar Quartet that day at Sun .. Toured with Jerry Lee
    Lewis, Roy Orbison and more. At 87 years young, and 63 years
    playing rockabilly, country and rock and roll... W.S tells how he
    got his nickname "Fluke". He said everything he ever did turned
    out as a fluke. CASH called him the father of the drums decades
    ago .. he is still playing today.
    c., current photo.

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  11. oboogie

    oboogie Forum Resident

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    Seriously wow!
     
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  12. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Hey Boo,
    May I suggest something... try: www.imgur.com for your free photo hosting.
    It's 100% better, and No B.S. - many of us have had to switch, they try to ask
    for $400. to save and keep your library .. so photophuckem and get out asap
    is my advice. Simple and easy... and free. PM me if you want to...
    Bruce
     
  13. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Paul McCartney - "The Family Way"
    U.S. London Records 12" Stereo LP.
    This is the first time any Beatle ventured out on his own.
    Paul scored his first film soundtrack with the George Martin Orchestra.
    c., 1966 /1967.


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  14. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    TRAVELING WILBURYS - "Volume One"
    U.S. Wilbury / Warner Bros. Records 12" LP.
    Rare BMG Record Club only issue in sw ..
    c., 1988.


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  15. Skokiaan

    Skokiaan Forum Resident

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    This I know I still have, still sealed.
     
  16. I'll see your stereo copy and raise you .........with a promo......mono. :winkgrin:

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  17. Nice. I have an original Vol. 3 still sealed. Great albums, both.
     
  18. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Nice... I sold my mono promo back in 1974 to my friend up the street.
    The same week I had found the sealed Stereo in the racks under soundtracks
    at my local Gimbels Dept. Store.
     
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  19. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    TRAVELING WILBURYS - "Vol. 3"
    U.S. Wilbury / Warner Bros. Records 12'' LP.
    Sealed Columbia House Record Club only issue.
    c., 1990.

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  20. Bruce Mulle'

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    George Harrison - "Best Of Dark Horse 1976 ~ 1989"
    U.S. Dark Horse / Warner Bros. Records 12'' LP.
    Sealed Columbia House Record Club only issue.
    c., 1989.

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  21. Bruce Mulle'

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    The Beatles ~ Apple USB
    Stereo .. c., 2009
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  22. Bruce Mulle'

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    Re: Pete Sinfield and McDonald And Giles...
    As mentioned above, this is the one solo album... from Pete Sinfield.
    If you are a fan of early KCrimson words, then this is for you. The LP also
    includes a who's who of Crimson alumni. The best.

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    My apologies to Ian McDonald for butchering your name above..
    This "McDonald And Giles" LP was recorded in 1970 following the break up of the King Crimson debut ITCOTCK. Brilliant.

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  23. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    CBS Records - The Pitman Plant 1960 ~ 1980
    "The Pitman Family of Music .. Our First 20 Years"
    U.S. CBS / Columbia Records Promotional In-House 12" LP.
    Given to CBS-Pitman employees celebrating the 20th anniversary.
    The 15 page booklet survives .. Rare in excellent condition.
    c., 1980.

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  24. Bruce Mulle'

    Bruce Mulle' Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    "Rock The Casbah..."

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    For The Quarrymen/Beatles before there was The Cavern Club, there was the Casbah Coffee Club. Owned and operated by Mona Best in the basement off their home at
    8 Haymans Green, Liverpool. The Quarrymen opened the club the summer of 1959.
    The casbah was pretty much an instant hit, and hosted may of the great Mersey groups.

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    The place was not quite ready for the big opening, and Mono Best, Pete's Mom enlisted the John, Paul, George and even Cynthia to do some last minute painting... This ceiling still stands as it did when Paul laid down the lines in 1959.

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  25. Bruce Mulle'

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    John Lennon's ceiling painting remains visible to this day ..
    He seems to have chosen an odd pattern of "Lucy In The Sky" like shapes,
    and in another area he is shooting for the stars.

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    John & Paul perform for small intimate group.. including Cynthia on the left.


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