Top 10 Collectible Vinyl, CDs, Merchandise and Music Memorabilia added this week

…big hitters at eil towers this week, include a seldom seen 1st press from Humble Pie from 1970, more UK top notch British vinyl rarities from Manfred Mann’s Chapter III sought after prog-jazz Vertigo Swirl LP, plus the Rolling Stones ‘Satanic Majesties Request’ with that all important 3D sleeve, an Australian 1st press of John Mayall’s ‘Bare Wires’ on Decca, also look out for fully autograhed Kiss LPs, Oasis autographs and more…Here’s a few highlights, for full Top 10 click here

HUMBLE PIE Humble Pie: Rare 1970 first UK issue 8-track stereo vinyl LP on the tan A&M label with A1/B1 matrices, featuring the gentle Earth & Water Song [by Peter Frampton] buttressed between the ultra heavy numbers, One Eyed Trouser Snake Rumba &a blinding cover of Willie Dixon’s I’m Ready, textured gatefold picture sleeve with magnificent artwork illustrations front & back. The sleeve has some edge & corner wear with some little signs of age showing to the mostly white front, whilst the vinyl has very little signs of play, the labels have a couple of light spindle marks to show that it has actually seen a turntable. A really stunning copy, more info here
MANFRED MANN CHAPTER THREE Volume 2: Rare 1970 first UK issue 7-track LP on the large Vertigo ‘swirl’ label, loaded with Prog-Funk grooves & Jazzy textures, housed in a fantastic Keef designed matt gatefold sleeve complete with the original die-cut swirl inner. More info here
ROLLING STONES Their Satanic Majesties Request: 1968 UK 10-track stereo vinyl LP, a second issue on the green unboxed Decca label with small ‘Bill Wyman’ text & ‘side 1’ & ‘speed 33 1/3’ to the left-hand side. This label can be found on non-grooved pressings, housed in the 3D lenticular/diffraction grating laminated gatefold picture sleeve complete with original flame red inner, more info here
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