Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Bruce Mulle', Oct 20, 2017.
The Who - Face Dances. The plaque has come unglued...
Journey - Escape
I'm sure she said that to all the boys...She is (or was) a huge Baltimore Orioles fan and I took her to an Orioles-Red Sox game at Fenway, which was right behind the radio station.
That is very cool! Where's the 1st thread - I can't find it with the title.
I just wrote ''more''... because there gave been so many over the years.
George Harrison U.S. Dark Horse-WB. "Somewhere In England" original first proof slick.
Only four to five original examples are known to exist. c., 1981.
A much improved photo of the George Harrison "Somewhere In England" original proof slick.
A few of my favorite things.
Bob Dylan 1981 U.S. Tour promotional poster.
With the great "Trouble No More" Bootleg Series Vol. XIII coming soon.
I thought I would break this out... a real beauty, and not the venue specific
version as generally seen.
Also from 1981, was the superb release of Dylan's "Shot Of Love" LP.
After initial release, the album added the wonderful "The Groom's Still Waiting At The Alter".
Here is the original Columbia 10" acetate, pressed by Capitol Records .. dated 8/27/81 w/ cover.
A Holy Grail Piece...
Delbert McClinton 'Never Been Rocked Enough' dice, doesn't get much better than that!
A few more signatures from the German Blues Festival program - 1963
The one and only... Willie Dixon.
The Queen of Rockabilly ... Wanda Jackson.
Signed 1958 Capitol 8 x 10 promotional photo.
That is cool. I've never even heard of this existing. What's the story behind the design?
My avatar is from the Beatles live performance at Red Rocks. I know the photographer.
"From Bo Diddly the man"
Carl Perkins signed South FL. Fair ticket c., 1996.
Mr. Perkins bending down stage right after show, signing and happy as ever...
One for the road... SUN Memphis c., 2003
CASH .. a rare signed 8 x 10 as the man in white.
Paul McCartney signed promotional "Driving Rain" CD.
The crazy one... Buddy Rich. One of my favorite drummers ever.
A rare Liberty 12'' acetate from 1967 .. w/ Norwegian Wood.
Buddy Holly "The Buddy Holly Story" Coral promotional LP c., 1957
And such a sweet. warm, big-hearted man!
King Crimson very rare U.K. early 1971 Crimso Communications 12 page typed note.
This was sent to a fan in the States, hand signed by Pete Sinfield. Full info, and discography
to Lizard, and teaser info.
Separate names with a comma.