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"TO A LONGTIME FRIEND—BOB DYLAN 6-28-06"

LANDY, Elliott. Dylan in Woodstock. Surrey, 2000.

Number 1612 of only 1750 copies signed by famed Woodstock and rock musician photographer Elliott Landy, this copy with additional bold inscription by Bob Dylan in gold marker. Lavishly illustrated with more than 180 color and black-and-white photos, both iconic and candid, mostly of Dylan and The Band. $7800.

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"THE MOST STUPENDOUS ROCK AND ROLL PICTURE BOOK EVER"

(COOPER, Michael) (WYMAN, Bill) (HOCKNEY, David) (BLAKE, Peter) ROYLANCE, Brian, editor. Blinds & Shutters. (Guildford), 1990.

Signed limited first edition of this electrifying tribute to photographer Michael Cooper, number 3497 of 5000 copies, with over 600 images (in color and black-and-white) of the Beatles and Rolling Stones, along with numerous celebrities, writers, painters and musicians, this copy signed on a tipped-in leaf (as issued) by Bill Wyman, David Hockney, Kenneth Anger, Graham Nash, Peter Blake, who co-created the Sgt. Pepper album design, and five others contributors. $3500.

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SIGNED BY ERIC CLAPTON AND ARTIST PETER BLAKE

(CLAPTON, Eric) (HARRISON, George) BLAKE, Peter; TAYLOR, Derek. 24 Nights. Guildford, England, 1991.

Signed limited first edition of a lavish production issued to commemorate Eric Clapton's record 24-night performance at the Royal Albert Hall in 1991, number 1049 of 3500 copies signed on the limitation page by Clapton (dated "91") and illustrator Blake. Includes a folio-size scrapbook illustrated with numerous photographs and collages (most full-page and in color), and drawings by Blake—best known for his sleeve design for the Beatles' album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band—a companion volume of commentary by Derek Taylor, as well as two audio compact discs featuring Clapton and his band playing live at the Royal Albert Hall in London in 1991. $2000.

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TWO SEMINAL HARDCOVER FIRST EDITIONS IN PAUL OLIVER'S ICONIC "BLUES PAPERBACKS" SERIES—FIRST PRINTINGS OF OLSSON'S MEMPHIS BLUES (1970) & EVANS' TOMMY JOHNSON (1971)

OLIVER, Paul (series editor), et al. Blues Paperbacks. London, 1970-71. Two volumes.

First editions—desirable hardcover issues—of two core works of Paul Oliver's critically-prized series on the origins and influence of the Blues—Bengt Olsson's Memphis Blues and Jug Bands (1970), and David Evan's Tommy Johnson (1971) each richly illustrated. Though referred to as the "Blues Paperbacks" series, these first printings are in original boards and dust jackets. $750.

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