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JIMI HENDRIX – Vinyl Record Album Cover Gallery


Some of the more rare Jimi Hendrix album covers.

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Picture Discs and Colored Vinyl Records


Dude! Care Bears Vinyl?

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Elvis Presley - Moody Blue Vinyl LP

Elvis Presley – Moody Blue Vinyl LP

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Erno Rapee's Orchestra, Save the Last Dance for Me

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Picture Disc)

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Picture Disc)

Buddy Holly Vinyl Picture Disc

Buddy Holly Vinyl Picture Disc

 

 

Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan Publish Music Magazine


Broadside was an influential early music magazine put together with a typewriter and mimeographed.
Pete Seeger
and Bob Dylan were among a small group of publisher/writer/editors of “Broadside”: The National Topical Song Magazine during the 1960’s in New York.

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Broadside Magazine – Publishes Bob Dylan – 1964

“Let It Bleed” – The Rolling Stones Vinyl LP Record


Fake “Introducing The Beatles” Vinyl Lp Record – VJLP 1062


Elvis Presley 1972 Tour Portfolios – Las Vegas Hilton


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Rare Bob Dylan Bootleg Vinyl Record – “Great White Wonder”


The exterior album sleeve looks a lot like The Beatles “White Album” cover. However, “Great White Wonder” is another type of musical animal.  A rare double LP album in a plain white sleeve with no markings but a title stamped to the upper right hand album cover, is one of the most famous bootlegs of all timeThis is the first bootleg ever to be produced in the rock-and-roll era. “Great White Wonder” was originally released in the United States in July 1969.  Tracks came from Dylan’s and The Band‘s legendary Basement Tapes sessions, recorded in the cellar of The Band’s upstate New York home, while others were supposedly taped in Minneapolis on December 22, 1961. The recording was never approved by Dylan or his record company. It’s easy to overlook this plain looking album while digging through record bins, but if you find it, you own a rare gem.

Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan Publish Music Magazine