CLASSIC ORIGINAL ROCK AND POP POSTERS

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thumbnail link to original 1973 Rolling Stones Cardiff and Pembroke Castles concert promo poster

THE ROLLING STONES, CARDIFF AND PEMBROKE CASTLES, 1973

Original concert poster 20"x30".
Art by Kate Burness.

Original concert poster for the Stones' cancelled dates at the two castles. Scarce: only merchandise versions or out-and-out repros normally surface.

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thumbnail link to original 1984 Digbeth Civic Hall flyer The Pogues

THE POGUES - DIGBETH CIVIC HALL, 8 December 1984

Original concert flyer, 6"x8".

Rare flyer for an early Pogues gig in Birmingham (reverse has dates for obscure, massive mullet-sporting band The Burning). The Pogues had released their glorious debut album 'Red Roses For Me' -a true shot in the arm at a time when the old mainstream was taking back control - in October. The band's gigs at this time were a riotous delight.

£200.00 conservation framed.


original concerts flyer 1981 The Clash at Bonds International Casino

THE CLASH WILL PLAY! - BONDS CASINO 1981

Original concert flyer, 8½"x 15" and political campaign sheet.

Promoting the 'Sandinista' album, the Bonds Casino dates in New York City were the Clash's only U.S. concerts that year, and huge demand (with fans sleeping out in Times Square to obtain tickets) resulted in the original 8 nights being extended to 17. As before, the band made heroic efforts to promote some of their favourite artists as support acts on different nights, including Lee 'Scratch' Perry, The Fall, The Slits, the Dead Kennedys, the Sugarhill Gang, Bad Brains, and Grandmaster Flash and Furious Five.
Sold with a related political flyer that was likely handed out at the concerts.

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original green version 24 x 24 inches CBS UK promo poster, The Clash London Calling

THE CLASH - LONDON CALLING, 1979

Original UK CBS promo poster, 24"x 24".
Design by Ray Lowry.
Photography by Penny Smith.

Original UK first release poster, with the 'Two for a Fiver' tag.

Penny Smith had spotted Paul Simonon's growing frustration with the Palladium's audience that night and her attention enabled to her - whilst backing away! - to shoot the exact moment when the bass guitar came smashing down, capturing one of rock history's best images.
All original UK posters on the album are scarce and highly sought after.

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thumbnail link to original The Who Who Are You original record store card display

THE WHO - WHO ARE YOU, 1978

Original in-store card display, 42"x42".
Photography by Terry O'Neill.
Design by Bill Smith.

These impressive display pieces were produced for America's largest record stores and are rare survivals today. This example was fitted with metal ring holes at the top to hang from a wall.
Moon's expanding waistline led to Terry O'Neill's suggestion to turn the chair backwards. It was to prove a prophetic moment.

£600.00 conservation framed.


thumbnail link to original Roxy Music For Your Pleasure promo poster, white background version

ROXY MUSIC - FOR YOUR PLEASURE, 1973

Original Island Records promo poster, 17"x29".
Photography Karl Stoeker.
Art Direction Nicholas De Ville.

Do the Strand! - Brian Eno era Roxy material is scarce indeed, and this is only the second example of this poster we've ever sourced (the last example well over 10 years ago).
The poster closely follows the LP's inner gatefold spread, only with different band poses. De Ville and Stoeker were core members of the outstanding early Roxy design team.

£625.00 linen backed and conservation framed.


thumbnail link to original The Who 1974 Charlton F.C. concert poster

THE WHO - SUMMER OF '74, CHARLTON F.C.

Original concert promo poster, 30"x40".

Very scarce original poster for The Who's first Charlton Football Club stadium show, with a notably strong roster of supporting artists: Dave Mason (listed on the poster) and The Sweet were originally slated to appear but cancelled, being replaced by Maggie Bell and Montrose.

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thumbnail link to original 1967 Milton Glaser Bob Dylan poster

MILTON GLASER - BOB DYLAN, 1967

Original poster, 22"x33".
Art by Milton Glaser.

Famous artwork by one of New York's greatest designers. Glaser created, amongst other classics, the I ♥ New York and the long-running DC Comics 'bullet' logos.
Beware later printings, which can be mistaken for the original.

£350.00 linen backed and conservation framed.


 original 1981 U.S. promo poster Kraftwerk Computer World

KRAFTWERK - COMPUTER WORLD, 1981

Original Warner Bros. Records promo poster, 24"x24".
Design by Emil Schult. Photography by Günter Fröhling.

The last chapter in Kraftwerk's sequence of truly groundbreaking albums, 'Computer World' had a seminal impact on U.S. Electro, Hip Hop and Detroit Techno.

£385.00 conservation framed.


original 1981 Chrysalis promo poster

SPANDAU BALLET - JOURNEYS TO GLORY, 1981

Original Chrysalis U.S. promo poster, 24";x24"
Photograph by Graham Smith.

£180.00


original 1972 Rolling Stones Exile on Main Street UK promo poster

THE ROLLING STONES - EXILE ON MAIN STREET, 1972

Original Rolling Stones Records UK promo poster, 23"¼x17¼"
Layout by John Van Hamersveld, design by Norman Seiff, photography by Robert Frank.

The poster image is an enlarged detail from the album cover, itself a detail of an outtake shot from photographer Robert Frank's 1958 travelogue masterpiece 'The Americans'. Frank came across the collage of carnival performer photographs most probably at Hubert’s Museum and Flea Circus in New York City. The performer, whose career may well have extended from the 30s to the the 50s, was known as 'Three Ball Charlie'.

See Keith and Charlie Watts backstage on the 'Exile' tour wearing t-shirts with the image.

Original posters on 'Exile..' are rare.

£1600.00 linen backed and conservation framed.


thumbnail link to original 1977 Stiff Records promo poster Elvis Costello My Aim is True

ELVIS COSTELLO - MY AIM IS TRUE, 1977

Original STIFF Records promo poster, 20"x30".
Photography by Keith Morris.

The cover shot on Costello's first album, the pose, jacket and glasses of a twisted Buddy Holly, had an immediate impact and established one of the most distinctive identities of the time.
'Alison', from the album, was an instant classic.

£350.00

original 1984 Talk Talk It's My Life in-store standee

STIFF LITTLE FINGERS - HEMEL HEMPSTEAD PAVILION, 1980

Original concert poster, 20"x30"

SLF - touring in support of their second album 'Nobody's Heroes' - performed at the Pavilion on Thursday 20th of March.

£250.00


original 1984 Talk Talk It's My Life in-store standee

TALK TALK - IT'S MY LIFE, 1984

Original in-store display card, 13"x19½"

£250.00 custom framed.


thumbnail link to original American Recordings poster Johnny Cash Unchained

JOHNNY CASH - UNCHAINED, 1998

Special American Recordings promo poster, 11"x17".
Photo by Jim Marshall.

The poster that sent the country music establishment an unambiguous message after 'Unchained' won a Grammy unsupported by radio. The famous photograph was taken by Jim Marshall at the 1969 San Quentin gig. This poster is scarce.

£350.00 custom framed.


original 1967 Martin Sharp poster Legalise Cannabis

MARTIN SHARP - LEGALISE CANNABIS, THE PUTTING TOGETHER OF THE HEADS, 1967

Original Big O Posters metal foil poster, 20"x30"

The very first run of this poster to promote the event was stolen lock stock and barrel and sent to the U.S. for sale, leaving printer Peter Ledeboer and Martin Sharp to put togther an emergency run on higher quality metal foil. This in turn became the very first Big O poster - BO1.
Martin Sharp in an interview stated that the figures were sourced from a pre-photographic era edition of National Geographic.

Excellent condition.

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original Chrysalis poster Jethro Tull Living in the Past

JETHRO TULL - LIVING IN THE PAST, 1969

Original Chrysalis Records promo poster, 16"x36".
Artwork by CCS Advertising Associates.

£350.00


original press photo Chrissie Hynde The Pretenders

CHRISSIE HYNDE, THE PRETENDERS, c.1981

Original London Features International press photo, 6"x8".

Original photographer's credit stamp on reverse.

£155.00 conservation framed.


original Grace Jones Island Records Nightclubbing smaller album promo poster

GRACE JONES - NIGHTCLUBBING, 1981

Original Island Records promo poster, 16½"x24¼".
Design by Jean Paul Goude.

Very scarce alternate smaller format Island Records promo poster. Genuine original material on 'Nightclubbing' is highly sought after and hard to find.

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original 1981 O.M.D poster

ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE DARK - O.M.D., 1981

Original Dindisc, Virgin Records and Epic U.S. promo poster, 12½"x16¾".
Grafica Industria: design by Ben Kelly and Peter Saville, photography Trevor Key.

This U.S. compilation brought together tracks from the band's first two albums from the year before. It's easily confused with the 1981 UK re-release of the first album, both having near identical artwork. Note the punctuated spelling of OMD.
Though most famously associated with Factory Records and the Manchester scene, with no regular income stream from the label Peter Saville had moved to London in 1979 to become art director at Virgin Record's semi-independent label Dindisc, that had signed OMD from Factory. Saville had designed the sleeve for their Factory single 'Electricity' and Dindisc founder Carol Wilson was keen to continue the connection.
Early OMD material is very hard to find.

£350.00 conservation framed.


original Virgin promo banner poster Sex Pistols Pretty Vacant

SEX PISTOLS - PRETTY VACANT, 1977

Original Virgin Records promo poster, 27¼"x7½".

Who came up with the original 'Nowhere' and 'Boredom' buses? Jamie Reid says it was he in 1972; Berkeley, CA, Situationist group Point-Blank! say it was they in 1973. Either way, this crisply printed in-store banner is uncommon and one of Reid's best designs for the band.

£750.00 conservation framed.


original Island promo poster for Bob Marley Rastaman Vibration

BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS - RASTAMAN VIBRATION, 1976

Original Arista Records promo poster, 12"x35¾".
Design and graphics by Neville Garrick.

Rare Island Records U.S. promotional poster. The album was a major success in the U.S. and - along with the accompanying tour - was instrumental in Marley's unprecedented rise to global superstardom.
The original black and white portrait shot of Marley adapted for the sleeve cover was taken by Neville Garrick in the yard at Marley's house at 56 Hope Road in Kingston.

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original Rolling Stones 1973 European tour Cologne/Köln concert promo poster

THE ROLLING STONES, EUROPEAN TOUR 1973 - KÖLN CONCERTS

Original tour poster, 23⅜"x33".
Designed by John Pasche (misspelled 'Kasche'). Photography by David Thorpe.

Hard-to-find original poster for The Stones' two shows at Cologne's Sportshalle on 4th September 1973.
The band were at a live performing peak: official photographer at the time Michael Putland remembered "They were always incredible, but there was something about the band's energy on this tour.."

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original Rolling Stones 1973 European tour promo poster

THE ROLLING STONES - EUROPEAN TOUR, 1973

Original tour poster, 23½"x33".
Designed by John Pasche. Photography by David Thorpe.

John Pasche has said that after the 1930's inspirations behind his previous Stones tour posters, he was looking to do something with a Rene Magritte influence in a photographic style.
The tour began immediately after the release of 'Goat's Head Soup'.

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original B52s promo poster for album The B52s

MARTIN SHARP - BOB DYLAN, BLOWING IN THE MIND, 1967

Original Big O Posters Inc poster, 20"x30".
Artwork by Martin Sharp and Eija Vehka Aho.

Martin Sharp: "I adored the song 'Mister Tambourine Man'. In London I had a wonderful printer, Peter Ledeboer, who was printing OZ. He loved the idea of doing posters; he was a great publisher for me. And I really loved the effects of foil, so we printed on foil stock." (in 'Electrical Banana: Masters of Psychedelic Art', Norman Hathaway and Dan Nadel.)

The artist gave credit to his Finnish girlfriend, with whom he lived at the Pheasantry in Chelsea: "I can remember my dear friend Eija Vehka Aho creating all the beautiful circles that make up Bob Dylan’s hair and which contribute so much to the work." (in 'Australian art in the National Gallery of Australia', Anne Gray.) Vehka Aho recalled creating the circles with a pair of compasses.

Martin Sharp adapted the image of Dylan from a 1965 Daniel Kramer photograph of Dylan on stage prior to his August 28 performance at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, New York.

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original Rolling Stones promo poster Undercover

THE ROLLING STONES - UNDERCOVER, 1983

Original Rolling Stones Records promo poster, 20"x30".
Art direction by Peter Corriston, art by Hubert Kretzschmar.

The last of Corriston's four-in-a-row sleeves (three with Kretzschmar) for the band in the dynamic period kicked off by the recording of 'Some Girls'.
This is a harder to find poster for the album.

£175.00.


original US card in-store promo poster, The Jam Setting Sons

THE JAM - SETTING SONS, 1979

Original Polydor US in-store card promo display, 12"x12".
Design by Bill Smith.
Photography by Andrew Douglas.

The photograph is of Benjamin Clemens' 1919 bronze cast sculpture 'The St John's Ambulance Bearers'. The image relates to the album's planned concept of three childhood friends reunited after war.

Original promo material for the album rarely surfaces.

£250.00 conservation framed.


original 1995 large 40 by 60 inch pre-release promo poster for Paul Weller, Stanley Road

PAUL WELLER - STANLEY ROAD, 1995

Original pre-release promo poster, 40"x60".
Artwork and collage by Peter Blake, cover design Simon Halfon.

Peter Blake's painting of a young Paul Weller with a photo of his older self, surrounded by images from childhood, Mod talismans, poetry and art.

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thumbnail link to original 1991 Yes, Yes Years Atlantic promo poster

YES - YES YEARS, 1991

Original Atlantic Records promo poster, 24"x35".
Art by Roger Dean.

Special double-sided promo poster (the Yes logo is on the reverse) for the band's 1991 mega-compilation. The stunning artwork by Roger Dean, 'Yellow City', is rated by many as his finest ever.

£120.00.


thumbnail link to original 1972 Roger Dean signed promo poster Osibisa

ROGER DEAN - OSIBISA, 1972.

Original Big O poster, 16"x33".

Dean's first album cover was for Gun in 1968, but it was 1971's Osibisa lp cover that brought him to prominence. Later that year he began his epochal collaboration with Yes.
Signed by Roger Dean.

£285.00.


original 1975 Arista Records Patti Smith Horses promo poster

PATTI SMITH - HORSES, 1975

Original Arista Records promo poster, 24"x34".
Photograph by Robert Mapplethorpe.

£850.00 conservation framed.


 original Rolling Stones card stock promo posters Peter Corriston Tattoo You Keith and Mick

THE ROLLING STONES, TATTOO YOU, 1981

Two original Rolling Stones Records promo posters, each 12 ¼"x12 ¼".
Design by Peter Corriston, Photographs by Hubert Kretzschmar, Paintings by Christian Piper.

Peter Corriston also designed the superb sleeves for 'Some Girls' (again with Hubert Kretzschmar) and Led Zeppelin's 'Physical Graffiti'.

These are the superior card stock printings.

£250.00 conservation framed.


 original 1991 Clash on Broadway card srock promo poster pair

THE CLASH - CLASH ON BROADWAY, 1991

Two original card stock Epic/Legacy Records promo posters, each 12 ¼"x12 ¼".
Design by Josh Cheuse. Photography (band) Penny Smith, (Broadway) Bob Gruen.

Great design for the well received 64 track box set compilation. 'Clash on Broadway' strongly reaffirmed the band's impact and legacy after the unsatisfactory coda of 'Cut the Crap' only a few years previously.

£180.00 conservation framed.


 original 1986 press photograph Wham! at Brixton Academy 24 June 1986

WHAM! - BRIXTON ACADEMY, 24 June 1986

Original press photograph 10"x8".
Full press details (curiously with two incorrect dates) on reverse.

Original photograph from Wham!'s warm up gig at Brixton Academy before their farewell show at Wembley Stadium four days later.

£185.00 conservation framed.


 original 1986 press photograph Wham! farewell concert Wembley Stadium 28 June 1986

WHAM! - FAREWELL CONCERT, WEMBLEY STADIUM 28 June 1986

Original press photograph 10"x8".
Full press details on reverse.

Original photograph from Wham!'s farewell concert at Wembley Stadium.

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 original 1987 press photograph Wham! Aids Day Benefit concert Wembley Arena 1 April 1987

WHAM! - AIDS DAY BENEFIT, WEMBLEY ARENA 1 April 1987

Original press photograph 10"x8".
Full press details on reverse.

George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley reunited in spirited fashion for the International Aids Day Benefit Concert in support of The Terrence Higgins Trust the year after Wham! broke up, performing 'Everything She Wants'. This shot shows the moment - clearly visible on the video of the event - when George called Andrew on stage.

£185.00 conservation framed.


 original Rolling Stones poster It's Only Rock'n'Roll

THE ROLLING STONES - IT'S ONLY ROCK'N ROLL, 1974

Original Rolling Stones Records promo poster, 23 ½"x16½".
Art by Philip Castle.

The album cover painting was created by Belgian artist Guy Peellaert but the actual promotional material artwork – featuring a much more striking image interpreting the lyrics “If I could stick my pen in my heart and spill it all over the stage” - was created by British Pop Artist Philip Castle in a style that could sync with Peellaert’s artwork.
Amongst many other commissions, Philip Castle created the famous poster artwork for 'A Clockwork Orange' and 'Full Metal Jacket' for Stanley Kubrick. He also created the ‘teardrop’ on David Bowie’s shoulder on Brian Duffy’s album cover photograph for ‘Diamond Dogs’.

This poster is hard to come by.

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 original Rolling Stones Stone Age LP proof

THE ROLLING STONES - STONE AGE, 1971

London Records sleeve proof, 24½"x13½"

Rare original 1971 sleeve proof, on the London label for release in Japan. Although later compilations outside of the band's control were of low quality, 'Stone Age' put together an interesting selection of more obscure or not previously released sides from the band's 64-66 archive.

£485.00 conservation framed.


 original U.S. London Calling The Clash poster

THE CLASH - LONDON CALLING, 1979

Original Epic Records promo poster, 42"x44".

The superb original U.S. poster, a Warhol-inspired take on the famous LP cover. Pennie Smith's shot of Paul Simonon smashing his bass was captured at New York City's Palladium (Smith needed persuading that the shot was acceptable). Ray Lowry's lettering invoked Elvis's debut LP. The ambitious double album threw down the gauntlet to the heavyweights of the past, Dylan, The Beatles, The Stones.

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 original poster Dark Side of the Moon

PINK FLOYD - DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, 1973

Original Harvest/Capitol promo poster, 36"x24".
Design and photography: Hipgnosis. Illustration: George Hardie for Hipgnosis.

Original in-store promo poster, illustrating the band's previous lp releases. The origin of probably the most famous album sleeve of all time stems from the band's desire to avoid another photographic image in favour of a simpler graphic. Hipgnosis's Aubrey Powell found inspiration in a prism image in a 1950's French book of early colour photography. This is the only original 1973 poster design for the album we've yet encountered.

£485.00 conservation framed.


original poster Dark Side of the Moon

SEX PISTOLS - FUCK FOREVER, 1986

Original Hamiltons exhibition poster, design by Jamie Reid.
26"x38.5".

The very scarce Fuck Forever poster was first printed for an exhibition of Jamie's work in 1986 at Hamiltons Gallery, 13 Carlos Place, London W1.
On the back is artwork and text in black & white by Jon Savage & Jon Wozencroft, with illustrations of Jamie's work and his influences.
The original artwork was made in 1978 as a prop for 'The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle' film.

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original my Jamaican Guy original Island poster

GRACE JONES - MY JAMAICAN GUY, 1983

Original Island promo poster, 60"x40".
Design by Jean-Paul Goude.

V. scarce large format poster (note: this format of poster was intended for flyposting, so record companies ensured their details were left off).

Jean-Paul Goude: Would you agree that you have always had a problem with authority?
Grace Jones: Yes, definitely.... And I think that is what contributed to my masculinization. I deliberately challenged men's roles. In fact, I survived by taking on both roles.

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original Grace Jones Island poster Nightclubbing

GRACE JONES - NIGHTCLUBBING, 1981

Original Island Records promo poster, 36"x24".
Design by Jean Paul Goude.

Probably the single most famous image of Grace Jones, Jean Paul Goude's 1981 'Blue-black in black on brown' created as oil paint on cut up photo.
Jean Paul Goude: "Grace was very open. We worked together to create this intimidating character. I mean, she's naturally intimidating anyway...I tried to emphasize that body shape through a sort of minimalist German expressionism, with its games of shadows and its angular shapes."

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original Grace Jones Island poster Island Life

GRACE JONES - ISLAND LIFE, 1985

Original Island Records promo poster, 24"x24".
Design and photography by Jean Paul Goude.

Jean Paul Goude's amazing image was a brilliant illusion. The convincing yet impossible pose was created in 1978 by photographing Grace in a variety of poses, some supported by clear acrylic boxes, and then reassembling the cut-up Ektachrome transparencies: see original here.

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original Grace Jones Island poster Slave to the Rhythm

GRACE JONES - SLAVE TO THE RHYTHM, 1985

Original Island/Manhattan promo poster, 36"x24".
Design by Jean Paul Goude.

Initially an NY disco diva, with designer and partner Jean-Paul Goude Grace Jones created a radical androgynous new image and musical metamorphosis, one of the most memorable of the era.
Goude can be seen creating the bold cut-up image at the beginning of the video for the single. Goude had employed a similar approach for the sleeve for Cristina's 1984 album ‘Sleep It Off’. See the original cut-up.

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original 1981 promo poster Grace Jones One Man Show

GRACE JONES - ONE MAN SHOW, 1981

Original promo poster, 39"x28".
Design by Jean-Paul Goude.

One Man Show was the name both of Grace Jones' performances at London's Drury Lane Theatre and New York's Savoy Theater in 1981 and of the video released the following year. This poster was created in formats for both.

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original Rolling Stones 1970 European Tour poster

THE ROLLING STONES - EUROPEAN TOUR, 1970

Original promo poster, 33"x24".
Art by John Pasche.

John Pasche not only designed the band's classic tour posters of the early 70's, but also created the 'lips' logo in 1971 for the Stones' own label. His work is among the very best of the era.
Beware: Repros are very common on this poster.

£685.00 conservation mounted and framed.


thumbnail link to original Blondie poster Eat to the Beat

BLONDIE - EAT TO THE BEAT, 1979

Original Chrysalis card stock promo poster, 12"x12".
Photograph by Norman Seeff.

The band's second UK no.1 album in succession, from which three classic singles 'Dreaming', 'Union City Blue' and 'Atomic' were drawn.
The cover shot - well printed on this poster - was by master photographer Norman Seeff, whose prolific credits include The Rolling Stone's for 'Exile On Main Street'.

£145.00 conservation framed.


original EMI promo poster Sex Pistols Anarchy in the UK

SEX PISTOLS - ANARCHY IN THE UK, 1976

Original EMI promo poster, 38 ¼" x 27 ¾".
Artwork by Jamie Reid.

Original poster for The Pistols' incendiary debut single. EMI withdrew the single after the Bill Grundy 'Today' show debacle, contributing to the poster's rarity.

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original Virgin promo poster Sex Pistols God save The Queen

SEX PISTOLS - GOD SAVE THE QUEEN, 1976

Original Virgin promo poster, 39" x 27 ¼".
Artwork by Jamie Reid.

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thumbnail link to original Genesis Selling England By The Pound Charisma/Atlantic promo sticker

GENESIS - SELLING ENGLAND BY THE POUND, 1973

Original Charisma/Atlantic promo sticker, 20" x 4 1/4".

Unusual artefact in original unused condition.

£165.00 conservation framed.


 original US Style Council My Ever Changing Moods card in-store promo poster

THE STYLE COUNCIL - MY EVER CHANGING MOODS, 1984

Original US in-store card promo display, 12¼"x12¼".
Design by Paul Weller, Simon Halfon.
Photography by Peter Anderson.

Peter Anderson moved from Scotland to London in 1980 and soon secured regular work for the NME, where he met Paul Weller to shoot the paper's Avengers pastiche 1982 Christmas cover. Both valued a degree of sponteneity and humour, and Weller commissioned Anderson for a photo shoot in February in France - a chilly Boulogne convincingly passing for springtime Paris.

£145.00 conservation framed.


Oasis, original 1994 Matthew Lewis photograph, 20x24 inch silver gelatin print, limited edition of 50.

MATTHEW LEWIS - OASIS, 1994

Silver gelatin print, limited edition of 50, 20"x24".

Shot for i-D magazine when the band were still unsigned. The Gallaghers already commanded the camera with a studied attitude. Liam was curt; Noel offered to carry his bags.

£695.00 conservation framed.


thumbnail link to original 1979 Adrian Boot photo Jimmy Page

ADRIAN BOOT - JIMMY PAGE, 1979

Original vintage photo, 8"x10".

Scarce original Adrian Boot photograph, full photographer's details on reverse. Jimmy Page at Swansong Records office in King's Road in July, interviewed by Melody Maker and the NME in the run up to Led Zeppelin's famous return to the UK stage at Knebworth the following month.

£165.00 conservation framed.


thumbnail link to original 1970 MAC Elton John promo poster Tumbleweed Connection

ELTON JOHN - TUMBLEWEED CONNECTION, 1970

Original UNI/MAC promo poster, 30"x20".
Design and artwork by David Larkham.

Scarce original poster for one of the real highpoints of Elton and Bernie Taupin's classic early period. The western theme of the lyrics carried over to the lp and poster designs. Card stock.

£385.00 conservation framed.


thumbnail link to original Genesis Selling England By The Pound Charisma/Atlantic promo sticker

SHIRLEY BASSEY - Alhambra Theatre Bradford, October 13th 1958

Original playbill poster, 15"x10".

Delightful early theatrical appearance poster, on card stock.
The American press accolade "The most sensational singer of our time" reflects Shirley Bassey's recording with influential Columbia producer Mitch Miller (of Frank Sinatra fame), which led to her Las Vegas debut later the same year.

£275.00 conservation framed.

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