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

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  1. Maranatha5585

    Maranatha5585 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Humphrey Bogart .. the greatest of them all.
    "CASABLANCA" Warner Bros. Annv. promotional package.
    Dolley Wilson .. "As Time Goes By" .. c., 1973.

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    Casablanca .. "As Time Goes By" Warner Bros. 10'' acetate disc. c., late 1960's.
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    Humphrey Bogart ''The Two Mrs. Carrolls" Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
    Very rare promotional publicity interview 10" acetate .. c., 1947.
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  2. cmcintyre

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    I think it's a very special dedication to a very hardworking industry figure. In my mind, that was the only appropriate course of action.
     
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  3. Maranatha5585

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    The Beatles - "THE BEATLES AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL"
    U.S. Capitol Records 12" two-sided acetate lacquer.
    This disc is the last final acetate for the May, 1977 official release.

    Earlier in the thread, I posted my very early preliminary July 14, 1976 Sterling Sound acetate of H.B.
    That rare acetate had 6 songs that were completely different, never used, the running sequence was different, mix was different, song titles shortened, and there was extra unheard Lennon concert chatter...
    There was at least one other Capitol acetate that was cut between that very early disc and this
    final acetate as issued in May, 1977. I saw it and had a chance to acquire it, but opted for the rare
    Sterling 1976, and the final released Capitol issue.
     
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  4. Maranatha5585

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    The Beatles - "LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL"
    This is the final U.S. Capitol 12" two-sided acetate as released and issued on May 5, 1977.
    This exact final lacquer was cut by Wally Traugott on February 9, 1977, just three months
    prior to the U.S. release. Stereo, No cover, released in plain manila sleeve .. c., Feb, 1977.



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  5. Maranatha5585

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    The Beatles U.S. Capitol Records in-store promotional poster for the 1965 Christmas release
    of the great "Rubber Soul" LP. Classic Capitol hip mid-60's promo slogan...
    "Great For Giving! Or Just GROOVY listening!" Poster released for the December 5, 1965 Christmas season release. Measures 22'' x 34'' came machine folded from factory.
    This particular poster was from the personal collection of music critic Ralph J. Gleason, co-founder of Rolling Stone magazine with Jann Wenner, and a founder of the Monterey Jazz Festival.

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  6. Maranatha5585

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    Paul McCartney U.S. Sound Recorders Studio 12" two-sided acetate of "RAM" LP.
    Stereo .. c., 1971.

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  7. Partyslammer

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    A couple items signed by Stiv Bator.....

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    This is a laserdisc that Stiv (messily) signed "Jim Lives Stiv Bator" after we watched the movie at my place after a local Lords show in '86. He was a huge Jim Morrison fan and some of his ashes were scattered on Morrison's grave after he died in '90.

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  8. longdist01

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    came across this in '88 great period piece from 1970 Tour of States.

    Now lovingly cared for by an original follower of the band from '71 Tour
     
  9. nolazep

    nolazep I drink and I know things

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    Morbid Angel - Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
     
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    nolazep I drink and I know things

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    Napalm Death - Utopia Banished
     
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  11. Maranatha5585

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    Coolness.
     
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  13. Maranatha5585

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    Bob Dylan "Precious Angel" U.K. CBS one-sided 8" acetate.
    Stereo .. time listed as 4:20, commercial single is 4:12. c., 1979.

    In honor of Bob's monumental "Trouble No More" Bootleg Series XIII box set...

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    Pyral sleeve w/release date Aug 31, 1979.
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  14. Maranatha5585

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    Bob Dylan - "Slow Train Coming"
    U.S. / U.K. Columbia-CBS 12'' wlp Test Pressing LP set.
    w/label info sheet, white covers .. c., 1979.

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  15. Maranatha5585

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    Bob Dylan "SAVED" U.K. CBS 12" Test Pressing LP.
    Label sheet w cover .. c., 1980.
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  16. Maranatha5585

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    Ringo Starr "Back Off Boogaloo" U.K. Apple 7" acetate.
    c., 1972.

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  17. Maranatha5585

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    Bob Dylan - "Bob Dylan"
    U.S. Columbia 12'' promotional six-eye label .. mono LP.
    c., 1962.

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    Bob Dylan U.S. Columbia Stereo LP w/ first issue 'New Star' hype sticker.
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  18. Maranatha5585

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    Bob Dylan - "Bob Dylan"
    U.S. Columbia 12" commercial six-eye label .. Stereo LP.
    c., 1962.

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    The above Bob Dylan self-titled "six-eye" label albums are extremely RARE.
    Columbia Records had just signed young Dylan, and the record label was in
    the process of undergoing a major change in their label art work. The new
    singer just made the cut, having both Stereo and Mono copies of his debut
    record released with in a month or so of the change.
     
  19. Maranatha5585

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    Bob Dylan - "Nashville Skyline"
    MFSL RTI 2 - 424 A/B C/D 45 rpm Test Pressing LP's.
    c., 2013.

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    BOB DYLAN AND HIS BAND w/ Brian Setzer Orch.
    Hatch Show Print .. 30 Years After "Nashville Skyline" Concert.
    c., Feb 6, 1999 .. signed by designer.
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  20. Maranatha5585

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    The Beatles - "RARITIES" LP.
    U.S. Capitol Records LP album art work.
    Front/Back cover unfolded cardboard slick.
    Inside gatefold art work .. including 'butcher cover'
    photo with color tabs.
    c., 1980.

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  21. Maranatha5585

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    Paul McCartney - "McCartney"
    Turkey Apple 12" LP .. MOCT - 4
    Turkish Gramafone .. no gatefold.
    c., 1970.

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  22. thesisinbold

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  23. Maranatha5585

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  24. Maranatha5585

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    George Harrison - "Living In The Material World"
    U.S. Apple Records 12" two-sided test pressing LP.
    c., 1973.

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    Beautiful uncut Apple LP label sheet.
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  25. drbryant

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    How rare is the record with the stereo label as opposed to the jacket? I have one I bought a while ago in a used record store, but the jacket had been replaced with a reissue jacket (probably done by the store because the old one was in bad condition).
     
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