Tuesday’s Top Items! Including An Uber Rare 7″ DIY Single From The Evening Outs, A Led Zepplin ’79 Knebworth Tour Programme, A Christmas Fan-Club Only Pearl Jam 10″ And An Intriguing Psych Gem From Rockin Foo!

The-Evening-Outs-Channel-549687THE EVENING OUTS Channel

Scarce 1980 UK 2-track 7" vinyl single from the legendary punk outfit The Desperate Bicycles under the moniker of The Evening Outs. Providing yet more DIY goodness and flying the flag for independent music on their own label, Refill Records, backed with Stammer. Fantastic hand-stamped label on only one side, in the spirit of independence, a picture sleeve was never issued. The vinyl shows negligible signs of play and is therefore nearer to Mint than a Polo!

 

Led-Zeppelin-At-Knebworth-1979-80553LED ZEPPELIN At Knebworth 1979

Original 1979 official UK 28-page programme for the concerts held at Knebworth House on the 4th and 11th of August 1979, with photographs and biographies of all the artists featured on the bill including Fairport Convention, Todd Rundgren And Utopia, Southside Johnny and Chas And Dave. The front cover shows few signs of age with minimal wear, but is completely free from rips or tears – a great copy!

 

 

Pearl-Jam-PJ03XMAS-301800PEARL JAM Reach Down

Rare 2003 US Christmas fan-club only 2-track 10" vinyl single featuring Reach Down [penned by Chris Cornell] and I Believe In Miracles [co-written by Dee Dee Ramone] recorded live at the Santa Barbara Bowl on 28th October 2003, housed in a custom picture sleeve.

 

 

Rockin-Foo-Rockin-Foo-549661ROCKIN FOO Rockin Foo

German EMI Stateside label 11-track stereo vinyl LP issue of the 1969 Hobbit Records album release, with A1/B1 matrices, featuring the single 'Rochester River'. Lead by main-man Wayne Erwin [known in the trade for playing guitar on The Monkees' debut album] and cited as a long lost psych-rock release, the album is perhaps more atypical of the rock produced by L.A. based bands of the era. This hard to find edition comes housed in a fully laminated picture sleeve with punch-hole in the top opening edgecorner, featuring artwork designed by 'Hartmann'. The sleeve is showing minor areas of laminate creasing to the edges with a trace of ringwear and is overall in nice shape whilst the near mint vinyl within looks barely played – a great copy of a scarce Californian-rock collectable!

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