Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Huge jazz collection just in – look out for killer rare British jazz vinyl, Blue Note originals and much more….

…..we’ve just bought a killer collection of rare jazz – obtained from the private collection of an ex-employee of the legendary London jazz record shop ‘Dobells’. We are currently working through the collection but eagle-eyed jazzers in the office have spied a whole run of rare British jazz from John […read more…]

Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Get More ‘BANG’ for your ‘BUCK’ with our Weekly Top 3 ‘Affordable Rare Vinyl Records & Memorabilia’

Here at 991.com we realise not everyone’s pockets are sooo deep they can stump up the readies for that uber-collectable slab of vinyl, CD boxset, vintage memorabilia etc etc….with that in mind we’ve put together this new weekly ‘Top 3’ of some of the more affordable collectables that pass through the […read more…]

Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Your Weekly Best Of Premium Collectables including Led Zeppelin vintage poster, Buzzcocks, Beatles, Vertigo Swirls & More

…top notch rarities at 991.com this week include an incredible, vintage Led Zeppelin poster, a handwritten Morrissey set list written by the great man himself, a highly sought after Beatles Xmas Fan Club LP, an always collectable Vertigo Swirl from Dr Strangely Strange, more vintage poster bizniss with the Buzzcocks, […read more…]

Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Dick’s Picks: Vivian Stanshall ‘Men Opening Umbrellas Ahead’ – One-of-a-kind withdrawn ’70s LP from the former Bonzo’s mainman….

Dick’s Picks: Wonderful slice of mid-’70s eccentricity (it’s Vivian Stanshall, whaddya’ expect?) from the ‘ginger geezer’ himself….. VIVIAN STANSHALL For those not familiar with the self-styled ‘ginger geezer’ here’s a bluffers guide to…born in 1943, grew up in Essex, went to Walthamstow College Of Art along with fellow alumni Ian Dury […read more…]

Rare & Vintage Vinyl & CDs

Dick’s Picks: ‘Movin’ Away’ rare UK Northern Soul 7″ vinyl single from comedian Kenny Lynch!

Dick’s Picks: Hard-to-find, rousing soul ’45 from UK all-round entertainer Kenny Lynch (yes, Jimmy Tarbuck’s mate!) Kenny Lynch Kenny…where do we start? Lynch grew up in Stepney, East London as one of 13 children; his sister Gladys (stage name Maxine Daniels) was also a jazz singer of some note. After leaving school at […read more…]