The Museum of Art, Music & Word (est. 2017)
Head Curator: Roberto Arredondo
The Texas International Pop Festival 1969 Vol. 1, 2004 original Deep In The Heart of Texas Records 3CDr Limited Edition / Not For Sale
2004 original Deep In The Heart of Texas Records #049 3CDr Limited Editon pressing, #1 of only 7 copies made, front cover, back cover & 3 discs M-, NO marks on discs, play excellent. All tracks recorded live at The Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30 - September 1, 1969. The crowd size was about 150,000 at its peak over the 3 days, it was very, very hot! There was another Pop Festival in New Orleans on the SAME weekend, so probably, a lot of the Houston people went to that one, which had sets by The Grateful Dead & The Jefferson Airplane (both didn't play Texas Pop).
2004 original Deep In The Heart of Texas Records #050 6CDr Limited Editon pressing, #1 of only 7 copies made, front cover, back cover & 6 discs M-, NO marks on discs, play excellent. All tracks (except 1) recorded live at The Texas International Pop Festival, Lewisville, Texas, August 30 - September 1, 1969. Amazing soundboard quality! Interestingly, Led Zeppelin started their 3rd USA Tour at The 1st Atlanta Pop Festival, and ended it here, at Texas Pop 1969.
The Texas International Pop Festival 1969 Vol. 2, 2004 original Deep In The Heart of Texas Records 6CDr Limited Edition / Not For Sale
The Texas International Pop Festival 1969, reissue copy of original film shot in 1969, Not For Sale
A copy made by John the III (out of Maryland) and given to me about the 1969 rock festival held near Ft. Worth, Texas. Someone should "re-store" this historic film about rock & roll coming to Texas in a big way! This film, which is originally titled "Got No Shoes, Got No Blues", has 7 bands announced / credited at the beginning (Canned Heat, Delaney & Bonnie, The Incredible String Band, B. B. King, Sly & The Family Stone, Spirit, Johnny Winter) that Do Not Appear in the film (at least the copy I have), maybe there is a longer version out there? The narration on the film while the camera is rolling is so hilarious, about hippies in general, rock music & the pop festival events of those times, that you'll fall down laughing!! Honest.
1983 original Potato Satellite Records LP pressing #PS2-500 on cover (PS2-1000 on labels, weird, huh?), cover VG+, top seam taped all the way, shelf wear, NO cut-out markings, cover strong and sturdy like Japanese covers, 4-page insert M-, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. A wonderful album, with little known musicians. I would place this next to Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks" & "Veedon Fleece", or Hardin & Russell's "Ring of Bone" or "Wax Museum" it's that good! We also have a "perfect copy", M- both cover & record for $200. Specify which copy you want, or maybe both, that's fine too!
Various Artists ~ Texas Summer Nights, 1983 original Potato Satellite LP + 4-page insert, $75 + S / H
1981 original KOKE Records Limited Edition LP pressing, cover VG++, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, very slight ring-wear, some shelf wear, original printed inner sleeve with each band bio notes M-, NO seams busted, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent. All 13 tracks recorded live April 25 & 26, 1981 at KOKE 1981 Country Showdown, Fiesta Gardens, Austin, Texas. Most of the bands are little know, except for Michael Ballew who starts off the album, and T. Gozney Thornton who ends it. The actual copy you see (VG++ cover) is $25, we have a 100% Still Sealed / MINT, NO cut-out markings copy for $75.