For decades Bob Dylan’s performance in Manchester was incorrectly labeled, The Royal Albert Hall Concert. Now, for the first time, the REAL Royal Albert Hall concert, originally recorded for a live album by CBS Records, is finally being released as a standalone 2-CD set, titled The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert. This show is also included in the 1966 Live Recordings box set.
If that, or the 36CD boxset, hasn’t sated your Dylan appetite then take a peek at our current ‘Top 3 Dylan Rarities’ currently in stock. To see our full range of Bob Dylan goodies be sure to visit the Bob Dylan Collectors Store at eil.com.
Japanese author lets you inside his 10,000-record vinyl collection. As far as work spaces go, you can’t get more inspirational than a wall of 10,000 records. A jazz aficionado with a weakness for record collecting, famously reclusive writer Haruki Murakami has opened up his study for inspection, sharing an interactive […]
THE JAM Strange Town / Collecting Butterflies A reasonably difficult to find whimsy from the past here, one of the few Jam acetates to reach the outside world. Seven inches of beauty, this double sided high quality metal based methyl cellulose lacquer acetate features the band at their peak. A […]
Wow… A Saucerful Of Secrets – Export This is the extremely rare 1968 UK first export release of the 7-track stereo LP on the Odeon label, UK printed front laminated flipback picture sleeve. This copy remains in EX-/EX condition and is far better than usually found PSCX6258 – click here […]