The Museum of Art, Music & Word (est. 2017)
Head Curator: Roberto Arredondo
The Rolling Stones ~ Sticky Fingers, 1971 original 1st press "working zipper" LP, $200 + S / H
1971 original 1st press Rolling Stones Records LP pressing #COC 59100, metal working zipper cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, wear on corners & edges, original printed credits inner sleeve VG+, creased, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. A solid Rock album! Andy Warhol was responsible for the zipper cover artwork, and NO, Mick Jagger was not the model used!
Cooder, Hopkins, Jagger, Wyman & Watts ~ Jamming with Edward!, 1972 original UK press LP, $50 + S / H
1972 original made in the UK Rolling Stones Records LP pressing #COC 39100, cover VG+(+), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, wear on corners & edges, 2 corners crushed, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent w the odd click or pop. 3 official Rolling Stones + 2 official Rolling Stones side-men jam for all they're worth!
THE ROLLING STONES ~ december's children, 1966 original Canada press London LP, $250 + S / H
1966 original made in Canada London Records LP pressing #PS 451, textured cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent with some clicks & pops in a couple of places. 1 "live cut" to close EACH side!
THE ROLLING STONES - 12 X 5, 1967 reissue London LP, $200 + S / H
1967 reissue (of 1964 material) London Records LP pressing #PS 402, cover M-, no seam or spine splits, NO ring-wear at all, neat round punch hole on top edge corner, original color printed London Records inner sleeve VG++, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Early Stones.
THE ROLLING STONES ~ FLOWERS, 1967 original London LP, $75 + S / H
1967 original London Records LP pressing #PS 509, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, vinyl VG, several scuffs, plays VG+ to Excellent, some clicks & pops here & there. Aaaah, Psychedelia... "Ruby Tuesday" & "Ride On, Baby"...
JOHN MAYALL & THE BLUES-BREAKERS ~ CRUSADE, 1968 original Japan 1st press London LP + lyrics, $500 + S / H
1968 original 1st press from Japan London Records LP pressing #SLC 221, sturdy cover M-, NO OBI Japanese strip (MISSING!), NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, some aging / small yellow spots on back cover, lyrics insert M-, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. Released in 1967, 2 years before Mick Taylor joined The Rolling Stones. He plays on this album as a member of The Bluesbreakers.
1973 original private pressing 2LP, Gatefold cover with inside flaps M-, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent with minimal background noise here & there. Not the best sound quality, but a rare "one off" concert by The Rolling Stones for the victims of the Nicaraguan earthquake which cracked buildings & minds on December 23, 1972. The concert was held at The Forum in Los Angeles, California, January 18, 1973. Probably our 3rd & last copy.
The Rolling Stones ~ Nicaraguan Benefit Concert, 1973 original 1st press 2LP, $500 + S / H
1973 original The Amazing Kornyfone Records Label LP pressing #TAKRL 1941, loose insert cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-corners, NO ring-wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays absolutely fabulous! In fact, according to the bootleggers book Hot Wacks XV / The Ultimate Volume (the 900+ page FAT one), this is "the greatest live Rolling Stones recording ever made!" Having heard it at least a dozen times all the way through, I cannot disagree. The boys (mach II, w Mick Taylor on lead guitar) are on fire! Superb sound quality, NO audience tape! Live Europe!