Just when you think you have finished a collection of an artist, something else appears seemingly out of nowhere and it may have been something you didn’t know you needed or even existed. It could be some bizarre promotional item, tour programme, some merchandise that was only given to crew working a tour or a shop display that survived all these years. We have you covered when it comes to memorabilia and have plenty of stock for you to find the right item you are looking for.
The highlights below are just the start when it comes to the memorabilia we have on hand and ready to ship to you, and you can browse that full range at eil.com
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Backstreets (1985-1990 US collection of SIXTY-NINE issues of this fantastic magazine, featuring a run of Vol 3 nos 2&3, Vol 4 1-4, numbers 17 to 25, 27 to 29, 31 to 63, 66 to 76, 78 to 85 and 88 to 90, a treasure trove of interviews, articles, photographs and much more, all printed on high-quality glossy paper with colour pictures. An instant collection!).
VARIOUS Suffolk & Good Festival ’93 (Rare 1993 UK 26-page festival programme for the charity event to celebrate the Twenty Fith Anniversary of The Strawbs, who headlined the event. Also performing were Bridget St John, Bert Jansch, John Martyn and Roy Harper. Featuring pages dedicated to each artist, and printed in black & white. This example remains in a fantastic condition with only light signs of wear or age, and includes an insert for John Martyn and Camping ticket! But hold on, we have not finished yet. This amazing item has been dedicated to Mike & signed by Roy Harper, John Martyn, Bert Jansch, Christine Collister, Barb Jungr, Helen Watson and Bridget St John, all in a blue or black ball point pen on a page by their own section. A stunning item, with both John & Bert now no longer with us).
JOY DIVISION An Ideal For Living (Rare original UK 24″ x 17″ promotional poster issued to publicise the Anonymous Records 12″ EP released in September 1978. Printed on matt paper stock and not to be confused with subsequent repro’s, this original print remains in outstanding condition. The single was self-released in 1978 and was the first recording as ‘Joy Division’, shortly after changing their name from ‘Warsaw’ – It is an incredible artefact and comes beautifully preserved!).
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