Friday’s Top Three including REM and two stunning sets OF AUTOGRAPHS from ROLLING STONES & THE WHO…

The Music Of REM REM The Music Of REM: 1982-1988 & 1989-2000

Rare official US Warner 37-track 2 x CD-R acetate set featuring the best of REM from 1982 to 2000, includes 1,000,000, Radio Free Europe, The One I Love, Losing My Religion, Drive, Man On The Moon, Everybody Hurts, What's The Frequency Kenneth, At My Most Beautiful, The Great Beyond and many more. Custom stickered discs in a silm double jewel case with custom picture sleeve with separate tracklistings for each disc!.

ROLLING STONES Autographed Signature Book Autographed Signature Book

Unique Autograph book containing an almost complete set of Rolling Stones autographs minus only Bill Wyman, circa 1964. The autographes of the Stones are spread accross two pages of the book. Keith Richards has signed on the left hand side, while Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and the long departed Brian Jones have signed on the right hand side. The autographs are clear, unfaded, unhurried examples in ballpoint pen. The original owner of this wonderful keepsake wrote her name and address in the front based in Gravesend, Kent – just a few miles away from Dartford where Mick Jagger & Keith Richards famously grew up! This treasured book also contains a further 16 pages of autographs written in various types of pen with many different dedications and messages by the following bands; The Fortunes, The Mojos, Wayne Fontana, Lord Sutch, Paul & Barry Ryan, Herman's Hermits, The Hollies, The Joystrings, Millie Small [signed Millie], The Interns and The Embers! A fabulous item, discovered so near to Mick & Keith's hometown!.

The Who Rocks America Tour Programme THE WHO Rocks America Tour Programme – Autographed

1982 US Tour Programme presented by Schlitz, fully signed across the centre pages, fully legible in ball-point pen by John Entwhistle, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Kenney Jones and Tim Gormanwho played keyboards on the tour, with Roger Daltrey's signature written in blue biro over the shoulder of his silver suit jacket! The signatures are clearly presented on the centre-fold full colour band picture, the perfect place to have themin the programme. Titled 'The Who – Official Program' in digital style font across the picture sleeve cover the programme contains a superb pictorial chronology from the early years right up to the '82 tour and include some great pictures that also pay homage to late drummer Keith Moon. Also included is an introductory tour personnel page plus further montages featuring a cartoon strip, illustrations, press release portraits, adverts for 'Schlitz Brewery', 'It's Hard' and the 'Maximum R&B' biography. Contains a letter from the original vendor who acquired the signatures!.

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