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Posted by bossman78 on 05 November 2012 - 04:51 PM
Backstage Auctions is known as a premiere Rock auction house and currently has a Rock & Pop Auction that features 1000+ unique lots, 40+ of which are specific to Bruce Springsteen! A direct link to the Springsteen catalog can be found here:
Thanks, and good luck!
Posted by aussieghost on 05 December 2012 - 09:52 AM
7 inch singles: hungry heart, fade away, my hometown, I'm Going Down, Glory Days, I'm On Fire, Born In The Usa (white label promo), Cover Me, Dancing In The Dark, Spare Parts, Tougher Than The Rest, Brilliant Disguise, Tunner Of Love.... all have picture sleeves.
the 3 Arthur Baker mixes- Cover Me, Born In The USA, Dancing In The Dark.
EP's- Born To Run Live, Spare Parts (2 versions, each has different photo), Tougher Than The Rest, and Fire.
Posted by kerosene on 03 December 2012 - 11:00 PM
After some deliberation I've decided to part with my collection of "Backstreets" magazine. Funny thing is they've been on a bookshelf without being looked at for ages, haven't even got around to reading the last few issues, but now I've decided to part with them I've gone all nostalgic for them ! However, the decision has been made and I hope that someone will be interested in having them.
I do not want to split so it is the whole set that's on offer.
Here's what I have :-
Backstreets Collection - Reprint of issues 1 - 9
Original issues 8 - 90 (Issues 11,12,13 are missing)
I've had a quick look through most of them and would say all are very good/ex condition or as you'd expect them through your letterbox. I've never had a thing for making notes so believe them all to be clean with no handwritting in them.
I would prefer not to post them (they weigh a lot !) and collection preferred (they are currently at my work office in Thurrock). If interested pm me with a reasonable offer (enough to buy me a couple of new cds perhaps) and hopefully we'll sort something out.
Posted by Brucefaninnyc on 27 January 2013 - 07:08 PM
Looking to Buy the following issues to compete my collection!
Posted by purtongas on 21 February 2012 - 08:01 PM
The ticket is at face value which is £79.50, I have it in hand, and I can either forward by registered post or can be collected from me on the day.
As the last time Abbey Road was opened to the public was 29 years ago, this may be the only chance we get before 2041!
PM me if interested...
As part of their 80th Anniversary celebrations, on 10th and 11th March Abbey Road Studios will be opening its doors to the public for a unique experience.
Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan - authors of the critically-acclaimed, definitive book `Recording The Beatles' will give an insightful and highly enjoyable presentation inside Studio Two. The lecture will be specifically created for this 80th anniversary event.
'Recording The Beatles' has won huge praise from Abbey Road alumni including Alan Parsons, Norman Smith, Ken Townsend and John Kurlander, whose engineering/production CVs count The Beatles, The Hollies, Pink Floyd, The Pretty Things and the Lord Of The Rings trilogy between them.
Kehew and Ryan's `80 Years of Recording at Abbey Road Studios' talk will explore the studio's decades of landmark recordings, celebrating the technology and sonic creativity that lead to epoch defining music from feted artists.
With over 20 years of research into EMI history, Ryan and Kehew have uncovered many secrets of the studios and have worked with Abbey Road Studios to preserve and illuminate the studios' immense history.
Much more than a mere talk, the presentation will cover the history of Abbey Road Studios with rare archive photos, film and audio from the various decades, showing changes to the studio and equipment. It will illustrate Abbey Road's long progression through all kinds of music, from classical to rock, and the methods used to record in each style/period.
Recordings covered will include Sir Edward Elgar, The Shadows, Peter Sellers, Helen Shapiro, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Hollies, The Zombies, the Swingin' Blue Jeans and Kate Bush. The magical film scores captured over the years including `Star Wars', `Harry Potter', `Lord of the Rings' and `The King's Speech' will also be explored.
Also on display will be original vintage equipment from Abbey Road's own history - unique items from the studios and archives, including the very instruments, microphones, and studio hardware used to create classic tracks. Visitors will be allowed early entrance with time to explore and take photographs in the famous Studio Two, where seminal acts like The Beatles, Oasis, The Hollies, The Shadows, Pink Floyd and Kate Bush recorded epoch-defining music. More recently, Elbow recorded their theme for the 2012 Olympics there and amazing artists like Ryan Adams, Laura Marling and Feist laid down performances for the worldwide `Live From Abbey Road' television show.
Brian Kehew, co-author of 'Recording The Beatles', is a record producer, engineer and musician. He has worked with The Who, Fiona Apple, Air, Rod Stewart, Talking Heads, Aretha Franklin, and Black Sabbath.
Kevin Ryan, co-author of `Recording the Beatles' is a Houston-based producer, arranger and composer. He is also a talented graphic designer and video/film artist.
Posted by SarahV on 02 August 2012 - 12:01 AM
The B Street Band - A Tribute to The Boss
Aboard The Star of Palm Beach
Posted by Reno on 29 August 2012 - 08:13 PM
I've decided to put my Springsteen vinyl and cd single collection up for sale. It's a good mix of rare and quite common 7", 12" cd3, cd5 and lp items. Amongst the rare items I can mention items like the Rosalita 7", If I should fall behind 7" and the Leap of Faith 12".
I also got 54 of the horrible looking (and sounding), but pretty hard to find, russian Budkon Flexi disc's if any would be interested.
I'll very willing to sell the items piece by piece, but would also love if someone could take it all off my hands. My plan is to put it up on ebay, but I feel like that I would give the ppl in here a chance to get a look at it first. Don't take too long, I'm in desperate need of the money, so Ebay is not too far away.
I got a few books, some Uncut Magazines and some Backstreet magazines as well if anyone would be interested.
Got some tour programs as well, including a 1999 tour program signed by all the guys and the first lady on their own page in the program.
Anyways drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you're interested or just curious. I'll send you a list (an excel file) for the vinyl and cd's. If you're interested in items other than the vinyl/cd's let me know, then I'll do a list especially for you:)
The price on the items will be fair and we'll figure it out together. Nothing is set in stone!
All the best
P.S. I'm located in Denmark.
Posted by jungleandy444 on 27 July 2012 - 11:38 PM
Hello , My sony japan mini cd born to run script cover is for sale , this was part of the legendary sony japan cube box . It is a promo sleeve only in mint
condition signed by Bruce . This is a seriously RARE item - $300 , I will also supply all information of the signing and supply pictures too .Thank You
The promise/darkness box signed by jon landau , little steven , garry tallent , also for sale - $80 . Never played , I will also supply all information of the signing
and supply pictures too , thank you
Posted by Pottergirl on 30 May 2011 - 09:52 PM
The story of Asbury Park and its musical heritage is well known and loved by many the world over. Visitors come from miles to see the spots described in famous song lyrics, such as the Stone Pony and the Palace Amusements building. Little do they know as they walk down Cookman Avenue they pass one of the best-kept secrets in Rock n Roll! Containing over 1000 never before seen images of musicians, hippies, riots, town life, and artwork it gives an in depth, up close and personal look at a community undergoing a musical renaissance while at the same time struggling for civil rights. Memories of musicians and locals provide a guide to this missing piece of rock history as you wander into the portal of The Upstage Club and Green Mermaid Cafe and experience this exciting long awaited release of the entire Tom Potter Collection.
Visit us on our Facebook page under For Music's Sake
Click here to get your copy!!
Posted by Brucefaninnyc on 09 February 2013 - 10:09 PM
I have the following DVD's I am looking to unload:
Jane Doe (With Teri Hatcher and Rob Lowe)
Beavis and Butt Head The Mike Judge Collection Vol. 1 (3 Disk Set)
You Don't Mess With The Zohan
Tomb Raider (Collectors Edition Blue Cover)
Avril Lavigne My World (Live 2 Disk DVD/CD Set)
I am open to selling both as a lot and individually. I am not looking to rake in the bucks here so I'm thinking maybe a few bucks each and shipping. Maybe $5 apiece (including shipping) if selling individually or $25 as a lot (with shipping). Or make an offer.
All are in Good condition.
I can email you pictures.
If your interested please PM me.
In addition i have 2 vinyl copies of Born In The USA and 1 Vinyl Tunnel Of Love (i don't remember where i got these and i have never had a record player so i can't say they sound good, but records appear in good shape. The first 3 individual purchases get a free record or a lot purchase gets both.
Posted by bo99yd on 23 June 2012 - 04:27 AM
Can anyone out there give a manhatten (soho to be precise) tourist advice about the best way to travel from here to Asbury park to see these guys? Google maps reckons 3 trains and two buses should do it in about 3 hours traveling time! We're not locals, on holiday from oz so.....is it possible to get a cab from Asbury park back to soho?
Aside from that, if there is anyone in the manhatten island area that is heading to see tramps like us that has two spare seats for friendly Australian tourists? We'd be more than happy to cover the gas bill....
Please pm me if you can help
Posted by Brucefaninnyc on 15 August 2012 - 01:43 AM
I have vinyl copies of The Rising, Tunnel Of Love, Greetings From Asbury Park and 2 Copies of Born In The U.S.A..
My old stereo had a turntable but my replacement one did not come with one, so these are not really of much use to me.
I bought the Rising vinyl new when it came out and listened to it once or twice before my stereo with a turntable broke, so as far as I know that one plays fine.
I was given the rest by a friend who knows I'm into Bruce, but as they were give to me after the stereo was replaced I have never been able to listen to them, so I can't vouch for there quality, although the records look to be in good condition.
I'm looking to get these to a good home where they may get some love. I'm really only looking for someone to cover shipping and perhaps a few bucks for the rising as I can pretty safely say that one works. As I can't vouch for the others and did not pay anything for those I would not look for anything for them except shipping with the rising.
The cardboard packaging is in good condition with some sign of age on Greetings, but they are all in decent shape, I have them in the closet, but I think Tunnel and at least 1 copy of USA has shrink wrap on them (just opened along the side to access the record).
If anyone is interested please pm me and we can work something out.
I also have 2 of those old peter pan star trek story records that were give to me as a kid, don't think I ever listened to them but if anyone wants them it should only be like $3-4 bucks to ship and there yours. I believe one is sealed and one is opened along the edge, but the cardboard sleeves are a bit bent. I can get them out and give more details if anyone is interested. Again, pm me and we can work something out.
Posted by bdussault1978 on 24 July 2012 - 02:45 AM
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Posted by Dancinginthedark89 on 20 March 2013 - 07:09 PM
Just wondering if any of you fancied purchasing these tickets as memorabilia from Bruces last tour! Manage to get them signed on the back! Any offers welcome as hoping to Buy another Bruce DVD on Blueray!