Picture discs, box sets, colored vinyl, 7-, 10- and 12-inch records: There’s something for just about any music collector debuting on Back To Black Friday.
A variety of independent record shops will be hosting special Back to Black Friday events and offering limited-pressing releases starting Nov. 29, 2013.
The photo was intended to be used on the cover Rolling Stone to promote the couple’s “Double Fantasy” album. Instead, it appeared after Lennon’s death.
A limited-edition print showing a nude John Lennon embracing a clothed Yoko Ono that was taken hours before Lennon’s death is one of the lots featured in Sotheby’s upcoming Photographs auction. The photograph by Annie Leibovitz, was meant to be used to promote the couple’s “Double Fantasy” album.
Starting with tracks recorded for Bob Dylan’s 1962 eponymous debut on Columbia, the set features his full official discography, including 35 studio albums.
Here are some of the many new vinyl records, CDs, Blu-rays, DVDs and music-related books. Featured artists include Aerosmith, Corey Taylor, Star & Dagger and Bee Gees.
Even rock stars have first drafts. Before KISS wrapped “Rock and Roll All Nite,” the band tested the waters with an alternate take preserved on an acetate.
If you’ve ever wished you could’ve been inside the studio with a creative pop-music genius, has Backstage Auctions got a deal for you: eight original 7-inch reels containing various Todd Rundgren and Utopia recordings.
If you love music-related memorabilia, including concert posters, Elvis items and Fab Four and rock concert posters, you owe it to yourself to check out the latest Serious Toyz auction, which closes May 30, 2013.
Just 19 master tracks survive from Elvis Presley’s Sun Studio days in 1954 and 1955. But that’s enough to fill a CD and more than enough to secure his legend.