Special Items

Everything posted here originates from my personal collection. We're talking about the early 60's before the "British Invasion" - Little Eva caught my ear while riding in the back seat of Dad's Studebaker. I leaned forward… "You got to swing your hips now baby… Step up… Jump back… Well I think you've got the knack - whoa whoa… don't lose control… a little bit of rhythm and a lot of soul. So come on, come on do the locomotion with me." The next year I was instructed to read, write and discuss the lyrics of Simon & Garfunkel. My life has been about music and songwriting ever since. Songwriters, Singers, Bass, Drums, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Horns, Organ, Pedal Steel, Fiddle, Banjo, Mandolin, Accordion, Harmonica, Strings, Arranger, Conductor, Director, Engineer, Producer, Tube Amps, Feedback, Overdrive Compression, Analog, Digital, 4, 8, 16 Tracks…

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Festival, thru this page I will share my accumulated R&R ephemera. Newspapers, magazines, photos, ads, articles, books, vinyl, programs, t-shirts, posters, lobby cards, press releases, autographs, instruments, unique Woodstock memorabilia, individual artifacts and bonafide collectibles.



Woodstock Movie Soundtrack Album

A forgotten photographic gem can be found inside of the original Woodstock Movie soundtrack album, which opens into a stunning triptych "wide-angle" photo of the audience taken from the main stage by late rock & roll photographer Jim Marshall.

You will receive a three album set in an original, two fold, tri-panel cover, framed in flat black rounded metal, backed with foam core, under plexiglass. Wire and hook included.
12 1/2 X 37 3/4 inches

$50 including USA shipping


Album Cover Aerial View of Woodstock Festival Stage & Audience

Ravi Shankar was the first performer to release a recording of his festival performance (1970) and he had opted out of a contract with the film makers. The soft focus gatefold cover photo is a rare, personal favorite, taken by the member of another band shuttled by helicopter over the concert field and audience.

Framed in flat black rounded metal with foam core backing under plexiglass
12 1/2 X 25 1/4 inches

$50 including USA shipping