…more monster rarities through the eil Towers doors this week include two (quite possibly) unique pieces of Smiths artwork, they are original Rough Trade era artwork boards for a Queen Is Dead Melody Maker/Flyposter and a proposed cover for the Last Night I Dreamt Somebody Loved Me, offering a unique insight into the artistic process, for a band synonymous with sleeve imagery to see the art as works in progress like this is incredible, also look out for a handful of very hard-to-find Rolling Stones nineties/noughties vinyl, if jazz/jazz rock is your thing we have a whole host of rare British jazz plus a very rare Ian Carr LP on the always collectable Vertigo label, if that’s not enough look out for rare Japanese vinyl issues, new release limited edition box sets from Metallica and, as they say, much, much more….see them all here
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The joy of purchasing a record with a beautifully designed sleeve. The care and attention placed on removing said record from its protective case. The satisfaction of placing a needle on a record and hearing that first crackling sound. These were all the wonderful things about vinyl that we experienced […]
This issue includes: Record Store Day: Behind the vinyl celebration and our guide to the best ever releases The Trip – Soho: We explore the capital of vinyl shopping Interview – Phil Swern: We meet the man with a million records The Essential Pink Floyd: The complete guide to collecting […]
With rumours constantly flying that legendary prog rock band, Genesis, would one day reform, the flames have once again been stoked thanks to none other founding member, Tony Banks. “We see each other all the time and get on well”, Banks indicated to Louisville’s 91.9 WFPK, before hinting at a reunion. “We […]