Prepare for a spot of time travel with this incredible collection of rare Beatles Memorabilia from a long time collector, which include several highly sought after US collectors items, a Beatles paper dress, Brian Epstein’s autograph, a first edition copy of Lennon’s Spaniard In The Works and a real Shea Stadium ticket, all of which will be hitting our website over the next few days. Keep your eyes peeled for them as prices range between the very affordable to the investment grade item, so there will be something for everybody. Want a Beatle haired Paul Remco doll to complete your set ? We have one.
There are some unique items too, like a Beatles scrapbook full of period clippings and neat annotations by a devoted fan and flat tin plate proofs for the Margo of Mayfair Talc tin artwork that came from the factory and have been stored pristine ever since. Here’s a few to whet your Beatles appetite, to see more click here
Now in its tenth year, RSD 2017 promises to be something special with over 500 limited edition release, here’s a link so you can see them all. Here at eil.com we will endeavour to source what we can from this years releases in case you miss out, in the meantime […read more…]
Noel Gallagher has dismissed the current resurgence in vinyl’s popularity, suggesting that the revival will come to an end by 2020. In January, vinyl sales in the UK topped 1.3 million for the first time since 1995, while Gallagher’s recent album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ has been named the best-selling vinyl album […read more…]
Just in at 991.com is this rather tasty selection of rare vinyl from legendary progressive-freak out label Vertigo. Launched in 1969 as a subsidiary of Philips/Phonogram, Vertigo Records was the brainchild of Phonogram Records Creative Director Olav Wyper, the intention was to compete with the other major labels progressive imprints; EMI […read more…]