Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Rolling Stones, Frank Zappa, Wolf Alice, Pink Floyd, Miles Davis & More

…..premium grade rarities at eil Towers, including a mega-rare Japanese promo only Rolling Stones double CD, an Ultimate Queen ‘Gold’ boxset, the Japanese only vinyl release of Cat Steven’s OST to the superb Harold & Maude movie, a modern rarity in the shape of an on-line only Wolf Alice 12″ EP and Chvrches Red Vinyl 10″ EP, Miles Davis 1958 US Capitol original vinyl, a complete set of Japanese Frank Zappa CDs, Pink Floyd Animals Pink Vinyl and more….pheww..it’s been another busy week, here’s a few to whet the whistle, see them all here

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ROLLING STONES Steel Wheels Japan Tour: Rare 1990 Japanese 22-track promotional-only Double CD set, featuring some of the best tracks from their back catalogue, housed in a fat double case with a custom tongue logo picture sleeve with ‘Not ForSale’ and ‘1990 Feb.’ black text along with a barcode on the front, full track listing on the back along with the February tour dates listed along the bottom. This is the second rarest Stones CD in the world, of all the Japanese promotional CD’s created over the years this still remains the hardest to find & this example is in fantastic condition, more info here
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QUEEN Ultimate Queen: Official 1995 UK limited edition box set, featuring Twenty litho picture printed Gold CD albums, exclusive to this box set, all within deluxe glazed & numbered box with moving Freddiehologram on the front, along with a beautiful glossy gold 16 page booklet, and remains in the the original outer brown mailer card box individually numbered and printed with the Queen ‘crest’ logo. But that is not all, this example looks to have never been played with all the discs still sealed in thier shipping envelopes, along with the screw fixtures & fixing instruction sheet. A fantastic example, more info here
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MILES DAVIS Birth Of The Cool: Rare original 1956 UK 11-track mono vinyl LP on the turquoise Capitol label, with machine stamped ‘-1N’ matrices in the run-offs. Features early 1949 to early 1950 recording sessions that marked a turning point in jazz towards a more stylistic sound. Includes the masterful ‘Move’ & ‘Boplicity’. This particular copy was used for export; the laminated sleeve, with its scalloped flipbacks, has a Dutch ‘Phenix Verzameling’ shaped sticker on the back withthe Capitol label amongst its company logos. More info here

 

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