Wow Tim that’s an awesome piece !!!!
congrats.how would u display this one being Malcolm signed on the cover?
The 1st Photo of the Album opened up, I guess. Showing both the front and back.
Very nice tim.
I like it alot Todor,congrats!!
Thank you, Paul! Do you have any Deep Purple pieces?
Not at the moment but I’d love a nice machine head signed album!!
Depends when or where you see him. If the place has more then 2 people with Deep Purple stuff waiting he will refuse
I only tried him once, back in 2005 when he toured the States with Blackmore's Night. He used a side exit after the show and I never saw him or Candice. But I will definitely try him again if he is back on tour.
From my friends at Tracks!
Paul McCartney 1963 Autographed Scrapbook Page (UK)
A piece of a page that has been taken from a scrapbook which has been signed by Paul McCartney in blue ballpoint pen. Paul has added the inscription ‘lots of love’ above his name and he has added three kiss symbols ‘xxx’ below it. The signature was obtained in the Liverpool area in early 1963. The paper measures 11.5cm x 21.5cm (4.5 inches x 8.4 inches). tape stain in various places. The condition is very good minus.
I hope to one day frame it with this that I previously bought (if I ever find a suitable 1963 Lennon)
An original concert programme from the Chris Montez and Tommy Roe tour which also featured The Beatles. The programme has been signed in a blue pen on the reverse by George Harrison and Ringo Starr. George has added ‘To Josephine Love From’ and ‘xxx’ before and after his signature. The signatures were obtained in Birmingham on the 10th March 1963. It comes with a detailed letter from the original recipient detailing how the signatures were obtained. The programme measures 20cm x 26cm (8 inches x 10.25 inches)
The 10th of March 1963 was the second date of The Beatles' UK tour with Tommy Roe and Chris Montez and took them to the Hippodrome Theatre in Birmingham.
Although The Beatles hadn't been placed on the top of the bill prior to the tour, the audience reaction after the first night in London ensured that the group closed the show on this and all subsequent tour dates.
The Beatles performed a six-song setlist throughout this tour: Love Me Do, Misery, A Taste Of Honey, Do You Want To Know A Secret, Please Please Me and I Saw Her Standing There.
Great early signature Adam!