What Beatles records are best-loved by collectors? It depends on who you ask. But if you let money do the talking from recent online auctions, we get an idea.
The Morrison Hotel Gallery is a backstage pass, of sorts, where fans can celebrate their favorite artists from The Beatles to The Who, and photographers serve as guides to rock and roll history.
The elusive nature of picture sleeves — which had limited press runs, were tacked to bedroom walls or thrown away by parents when their kids moved out of the house — has made the sleeves a hot property among collectors. In fact, many of the sleeves have become far more valuable than the discs they once held.
Henry Diltz photographed just about everybody who was anybody in the music scene of the late ’60s and ’70s. Here he shares his memories of working with The Stones.
Photographers Ethan Russell, Gered Mankowitz, Ken Regan, Terry O’Neill, Lynn Goldsmith and Bob Gruen recall working with the world’s greatest rock band.
Wondering what record shows are coming up? Check out listings for shows including the Glass City Record Show in Toledo, Ohio, and the Chicagoland Record Collector’s Show. This calendar was updated Jan. 2, 2013.
Some of classic rock’s most beloved album covers are getting another chance to be appreciated with the RedisCover Jigsaw Puzzles series, which features the unforgettable cover art from eight of rock’s classic albums.
George Harrison’s black leather jacket, worn on stage during numerous early 1960s Beatles appearances, earned top lot honors at Bonhams Entertainment auction.
The gypsy-style vest worn by iconic guitarist Jimi Hendrix sold for $30,000 to lead Heritage Auctions’ Entertainment and Music Memorabilia Signature Auction.
Learn some of the basic ins and outs of George Harrison’s handwriting during the Beatle years.