Along with bring you the best rare and collectable vinyl, we also pride ourselves on finding a wide selection of music memorabilia. From something as simple as books and t-shirts, to weird and wonderful promotional items from around the world. Below are a few of our current highlights, and you can see our full collection on eil.com.
ERIC CLAPTON Japan Tour 2001 – Black Envelope (Sealed 2001 Japanese 36-page glossy colour tour programme featuring interviews, tour dates, band member profiles, fold-out family tree, discography plus many candid, concert and publicity photos with all textin Japanese and a superb glossy picture cover. This copy comes housed in the original black ‘Eric Clapton Japan Tour 2001’ embossed protective card envelope. This example remains factory sealed with the ‘Today’s Show at… Aichi Gymnasium November.24’ sticker on the front).
RINGO STARR AND HIS ALL STARR BAND Japan Tour 2019 (A pair of official Japanese 7″ x 10″ handbill flyers issued to promote some dates on the Japanese leg on his ’14th All Starr Band’ in March 2019 including his concerts at Fukuoka Sunpalace [27th] and Hiroshima’s Ueno Gakuen Hall [29th] alongside his band consisting of Warren Ham, Gregg Role, Steve Lukather, Hamish Stuart, Colin Hay and Gregg Bissonette. Both handbills display the same image of Ringo with individual images of his ‘All Star Band’ and venue / date information printed below!).
PHIL LYNOTT’S GRAND SLAM Grand Slam (Extremely rare Autographed circa 1984 UK 6″ x 4″ black & white postcard, produced to promote the band which was formed in 1984 as the brainchild of ex-Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott, featuring a fantastic image of the five band members with the band name logo at the top, manufactured by Walkerprint and has the ‘Grandslam Management’ address on the back. This has been fully signed by Phil Lynott, Laurence Archer, Mark Stanway, Robbie Brennanand Doish Nagle all in black ball point pen. The signatures were acquired at one of the shows, apart from some light signs of age and just a few light creases, this is amazing and would look fantastic framed & displayed. The first one we’ve seen and very unlikely to see again anytime soon as they did very little in terms of output!).
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