Ok the story goes…. Bruce made a surprise visit to the nuclear submarine HMS Victorious [stationed at HM Naval Base Clyde near Helensburgh in Scotland] by way of a special invitation from the vessel'sCaptain, Bruce a self-confessed fan of submarines, spent three days [27th-30th January 2012] experiencing first-hand what it was like to live and work on board. Whilst touring the vessel he signed autographs for the crew, one of the itemswas this unusual and unique piece. A plaque taken from torpedo tube number 6, Bruce has signed the back with the message 'Farewell cruel world' & 'Armageddin it.' plus dated '27-30 2012' all in black marker pen. This sure is a one-of-a-kind item, one not to missed and sure to be a highlight and talking point in any collection.
It's 1967, you're walking down Carnaby Street in your blue velvet trousers & you hear a strange song about somebody stealing washing echoing out of the nearest boutique. Upon investigation you discover the debut 7" ofa new band called 'The Pink Floyd' with Candy And A Current Bun on the b-side, tucked nicely into a die cut die-cut Columbia paper sleeve. This copy looks lovely with just a few light surface scuffs to prevent a mint grading. 'I'll never findone like this again', you think, so you buy it – I would too.
1968 UK 12-track stereo LP, featuring the classic tracks Purple Haze, Fire, Hey Joe, The Wind Cries Mary & more, front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve has creasing to the laminate yet the print on the back is still off-white & the spine perfectly legible. The previous owner has also stamped their name on the back. The vinyl reveals just a couple of light surface scuffs but these are not deep enough to affect play, otherwise an excellent copy!