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New York Dolls, Creem Magazine ad for their second and posthumous album “Too Much Too Soon”, 1973 Rock Posters, Concert Posters, Music Posters, Band Posters, Rock Music, My Music, Music Stuff, Johnny Thunders, The Cramps

Old-school ads for albums from The Clash, Buzzcocks, Blondie, T.Rex, The Jam and more

Promo ad for Blondie’s ‘Plastic Letters,’ 1978. This might even be an in-store stand-up, hard to tell If you are of a certain age, you will remember what it was like to get pretty much all your rock and roll knowledge from magazines. If you wanted to become a part of the The Cramps Fan Club (and who didn’t), you filled out a request from a magazine or perhaps signed up for the band’s “mailing list” at a live show. If there was a new record on the way, you probably saw it on the pages of…

UK poster for ENO (Alphons Sinniger, UK, Designer: Blue Egg Poster source: Posteritati One of almost 500 superb new acquisitions this month at Posteritati. Steve Reich, Concert Posters, Film Posters, Pop Posters, Band Posters, Glam Rock, Portsmouth, All The Young Dudes, Roxy Music

Watch ‘Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth’ a terrific doc on Eno’s early years

Appropriating its title from Nicolas Roeg’s mid-‘70s masterpiece starring David Bowie, Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth, 1971-1977, directed by Ed Haynes, also unmistakably asserts that the high points of Eno’s career fell within the stated years. So that includes the first two Roxy Music albums, Eno’s first five solo albums (Here Come the Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), Another Green World, Discreet Music, and Before and After Science), his early work with Robert Fripp…

Old-school ads for albums from The Clash, Buzzcocks, Blondie, T.Rex, The Jam and The Style Council, Paul Weller, The Cramps, Rock News, New Wave, British Rock, Concert Posters, Music Posters, Rock Posters

Old-school ads for albums from The Clash, Buzzcocks, Blondie, T.Rex, The Jam and more

Promo ad for Blondie’s ‘Plastic Letters,’ 1978. This might even be an in-store stand-up, hard to tell If you are of a certain age, you will remember what it was like to get pretty much all your rock and roll knowledge from magazines. If you wanted to become a part of the The Cramps Fan Club (and who didn’t), you filled out a request from a magazine or perhaps signed up for the band’s “mailing list” at a live show. If there was a new record on the way, you probably saw it on the pages of…

Andy Warhol Screen Test of Lou Reed Screen Test, Idole, Found Art, Post Punk, Andy Warhol, Rock And Roll, Pop Art, Velvet, Musica

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An ad from Billboard Magazine for the 1974 live album from Lou Reed, Rock 'n' Roll Animal The Velvet Underground, Rca Records, Vinyl Records, Billboard Magazine, Academy Of Music, Dangerous Minds, Rock Posters, Music Posters, Rockn Roll

Old-school ads for albums from The Clash, Buzzcocks, Blondie, T.Rex, The Jam and more

Promo ad for Blondie’s ‘Plastic Letters,’ 1978. This might even be an in-store stand-up, hard to tell If you are of a certain age, you will remember what it was like to get pretty much all your rock and roll knowledge from magazines. If you wanted to become a part of the The Cramps Fan Club (and who didn’t), you filled out a request from a magazine or perhaps signed up for the band’s “mailing list” at a live show. If there was a new record on the way, you probably saw it on the pages of…

Publicidad de Iggy Pop y los Stooges [Bomp - 1978 - Issue March Iggy And The Stooges, Mick Ronson, New Flyer, Rock Posters, Music Posters, Dangerous Minds, Iggy Pop, Pop Heroes, British Rock

Old-school ads for albums from The Clash, Buzzcocks, Blondie, T.Rex, The Jam and more

Promo ad for Blondie’s ‘Plastic Letters,’ 1978. This might even be an in-store stand-up, hard to tell If you are of a certain age, you will remember what it was like to get pretty much all your rock and roll knowledge from magazines. If you wanted to become a part of the The Cramps Fan Club (and who didn’t), you filled out a request from a magazine or perhaps signed up for the band’s “mailing list” at a live show. If there was a new record on the way, you probably saw it on the pages of…

Watch ‘Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth’ a terrific doc on Eno’s early years Coldplay, Another Green World, Les Claypool, Roxy Music, Star David, Orson Welles, Instant Video, Music Albums, Documentary Film

Watch ‘Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth’ a terrific doc on Eno’s early years

Appropriating its title from Nicolas Roeg’s mid-‘70s masterpiece starring David Bowie, Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth, 1971-1977, directed by Ed Haynes, also unmistakably asserts that the high points of Eno’s career fell within the stated years. So that includes the first two Roxy Music albums, Eno’s first five solo albums (Here Come the Warm Jets, Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy), Another Green World, Discreet Music, and Before and After Science), his early work with Robert Fripp…