Tuesday’s Top Items! Includes A Must-Have Gordon Smith 1968 Original, A Stunning Mylene Farmer Tour Programme, U2’s ‘Please’ On Vinyl And A Japanese Queen; Digitally Remastered To Treat Your Ears!

Gordon-Smith-Long-Overdue-545411 GORDON SMITH Long Overdue

Rare debut 1968 UK 14-track stereo LP on Blue Horizon. John Peel once described Gordon as one of 'the foremost white blues guitarist in the world', guest starring stable mates Fleetwood Mac as backing band; Peter Green- harmonica John McVie – bass & Mick Fleetwood – drums. The front laminated picture sleeve shows minimal wear, and apart from one cosmetic blemish visible on the second side which is inaudible, the vinyl looks near mint.


Mylene-Farmer-Tour-1996-292148 MYLENE FARMER Tour 1996

Scarce 1996 French 20"x6" card tour programme with fold-out inner pages featuring some stunning sexy photo's of Mylene together with lyrics & information – a lovely item!



U2 Please

Rare 1997 UK Island silver injection label jukebox 2-track 7" vinyl single, also includes Where The Streets Have No Name. A scarce item to find especially as no commercial 7" single was released and is issued with a unique 'JB' catalogue number.


Queen-Greatest-Hits-229403 QUEEN Greatest Hits

Original 1988 Japanese EMI issue 17-track digitally remastered compilation CD album featuring the classic tracks Bohemian Rhapsody, Killer Queen, We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions. Includes Japanese lyric sheet, picture sleeve and original obi-strip!

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