Something for the weekend – Frank Zappa, Porcupine Tree & Woodstock

FRANK ZAPPA Collection Of Publicity Photographs 519464

Rare collection of different original and authentic US 10" x 8" black & white publicity photograph stills, from Zappa's esteemed, most creative period dating between 1966 & 1974. Featuring great images of Frank & The Mothers Of Invention, ranging from serious press release style photos to amsuing group shots, issued to promote different releases through Verve, Discreet and Bizarre Reprise record labels, the older photos having no recordlabel details. Stunning set and must have for any fan! – see additional info for details on members appearing in the photos



2011 Dutch limited edition 4-LP vinyl set – Porcupine Tree concluded 18 months of touring 'Fear Of A Blank Planet' with a short European tour in October 2008. Both shows at the 013 in Tilburg were filmed and highlights were released as the acclaimed 'Anesthetize' film on DVD and Blu-Ray in May 2010. The soundtrack was previously only available on CD in the long sold out deluxe book edition of Anesthetize, and like that edition the vinyl set includesa bonus track 'Prodigal' that is not featured in the film, making a total of 2 hours 15 minutes of music across 8 sides of glorious vinyl! Thanks to Tonefloat these fantastic recordings are now available as part of this lavish 20-track four disc set with each disc in separate picture sleeves, and housed in a deluxe hardback box, complete with 12" x 12" picture booklet *** This release is strictly limited to 3000 copies only!*** 553640

WOODSTOCK 3 Days Of Peace & Music

One of the most astonishing & delightful items to ever pass through my hands & difficult to describe in a way to do it true justice, but here goes … In 1969 the world witnessed an event that, for a short period of time, seemed to display a new hope to a younger generation raised on the horrors of Korea, Vietnam & the Cuban missile crisis. That was the three day event held at Max Yasgur's dairy farm in Bethel, New York, between August 15th & 18th that year entitled 'The Woodstock Music And Art Fair'. Events at the festival have been documented at great length, the film & soundtrack have been released, so that part is well known. What is less well known is that the organisers produced a fifty four page programme for the event, lovingly crafted in detail & printed on high quality paper stock. What we have here is one of those programmes that, apart from some incredibly minor rubbing to the front & back cover & a little rust staining at the staples, is in astonishing near 'as new' condition. This is NOT a repro, but a 1969 original & the first one that we have ever seen!)
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