Tuesday’s Top Items! Including A Madonna Slipmat, The Smiths’ on 12″, Buckingham Nicks Original 1973 Vinyl, Thundering Vibrations With Sir Coxson Sound And A Rare Jean Michel Jarre Tour Book!

Madonna-Music---slipmat-169834 MADONNA Music

Scarce 2000 US promotional-only black & white turntable slipmat, produced to promote the 'Music' album, with a nice 'Rodeo' Music logo.



The-Smiths-William---Billie-89824 THE SMITHS William It Was Really Nothing

1987 UK second issue 3-track 12" vinyl single, also including How Soon Is Now? & Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want, Billie Whitelaw image picture sleeve with light blue die cut inner.



Buckingham-Nicks-Buckingham-Nicks-366374 BUCKINGHAM NICKS Buckingham Nicks

Original 1973 US Polydor label 8-track vinyl LP, housed in a pasted gatefold picture sleeve with lyrics printed inside. The sleeve shows just some light shelfwear with no deletion cuts or holes and the vinyl isin near MINT condition – a great copy!



SIR COXSON SOUND King Of The Dubb Rock

Scarce original 1975 UK 10-track LP on the Safari label, arranged and produced by Lloyd Coxson, who was a founder and father figure of sound systems throughout the UK. Fantastic picture sleeve design. The sleeve shows minimal wear and the vinyl looks barely played. UK dub vibes!


Jean-Michel-Jarre-Europe-In-Concert-215524 JEAN MICHEL JARRE Europe In Concert

Factory sealed 1994 French Le Moniteur 80-page 14" x 10" softback book featuring lots of stunning pictures from Jean Michel's stage shows throughout Europe with French text. Includes 8-page English and Spanish translation insert, in superb dust cover + belly band. This tour book is still in its original, unopened factory shrink and as such is in pristine condition!

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