Latest Autographed rarities, including U.K., Black Tusk, Yes & more

To own a piece of our musical and cultural history and actually hold the book that Lennon held is for many collectors the Holy Grail and the missing piece to their collection. Here at eil.com we pride ourselves on being able to find the finest signed collectables available.

From The Beatles to Hendrix, Madonna, The Rolling Stones, U2 and Queen we have an amazing selection of 100% fully authenticated signed album sleeves, posters, books, photographs and even clothing, all of which come complete with a certificate of authenticity. So whether it’s a gift for a friend or simply to indulge yourself we have something for everyone in our specialist Autograph collectors store.

U.K. U.K. – Autographed 1978 UK 6-track white label vinyl LP test pressing, the self-titled debut album by the progressive rock supergroup featuring members of Yes, King Crimson, Roxy Music, & Soft Machine – Eddie Jobson, John Wetton, Allan Holdsworth & Bill Bruford. The plain white label is stamped ‘U.K. Side One’, and within a matching stamped plain card sleeve. The sleeve displays some minor wear whilst the vinyl looks barely played. This example has been boldly signed by Bill Bruford on the front in a black pen in the top left corner. A nice example and the first we have ever seen.

FORMERLY OF BUCKS FIZZ Paradise Regained Tour – Official 2015 UK 8.5″ x 11.5″ tour programme issued during their Paradise Regained tour which saw Mike, Cheryl & Jay joined by Bobby McVay. Including individual member profiles, a centre spread ‘Alice In Wonderland’ style group photo and a montage of the group both on & off stage. Despite a little shelfwear to the edges, the first inside page has been FULLY AUTOGRAPHED by the four-piece in black marker pen and remains in excellent condition.

STEVE HOWE Beginnings – Autographed 1975 UK 9-track vinyl LP, the debut solo album by the Yes & Asia guitarist, featuring fellow Yes members Alan White & Patrick Moraz, along with past member & King Crimson regular Bill Bruford on drums, Roger Dean designed gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve displays only light wear to the edges & the vinyl remains Excellent with only light signs of play. This example has been bodly signed on the front of the sleeve by Steve Howe in a blue point pen.

BLACK TUSK Taste The Sin – Autographed rare 2010 US 11-track vinyl LP, with picture sleeve, Limited to just 100 copies on clear vinyl, not available to the public and given to Relapse records staff, band members, and those close to the label. To add to that,this copy has been signed on the rear of the sleeve by James May, Jonathan Athon, and Andrew Fidler. This is the second album from the Savannah sludge band, featuring impeccable artwork from John Dyer Baizley of Baroness. Both the sleeve and vinyl are in spectacular, near ‘as new’ condition. Incredibly hard to find, and the first copy we have ever seen here.

ALAN WHITE Ramshackled – Autographed 1976 UK 9-track vinyl LP from the Yes drummer, his one solo album now worthy of re-investigation, complete with illustrated inner, matching picture label & lyric insert, textured and embossed picture sleeve. The sleeve shows some wear & discolouration due to being mostly white, and the vinyl shows light signs of play. This example has been boldly signed on the front by Alan in blue point pen.

YES The Ladder – Autographed 1999 UK Limited Collectors Edition 11-track double vinyl LP, pressed on 180gm Heavyweight Vinyl, individually numbered & exclusive gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve displays only light wear and the vinyl looks barely played. This has been fully signed by the album line-up of Jon Anderson, Steve Howe, Billy Sherwood, Chris Squire, Alan White and Igor Khoroshev across the front all in black ball point pen. Stunning and ideal for framing. Limited to only 2500 copies.

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