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Blues Folk Festival poster
One of two records called BRUM BEAT released in 1964.
Melody Maker (1969) - The Blues still dominated the front pages up until the late 60's.
Led Zeppelin flyer from a gig at Birmingham Town Hall on Friday 13th of June, 1969. The other bands on that night were Liverpool Scene & Blodwyn Pig.
The Levi Set Blues Group Band business card (1965-67). The band were managed by Norman Hood who would later go on to be involved with Judas Priest as well as other bands.
The Kinks ' You Really Got Me' 7" single (1964). Credited by many as being one of the first 'heavy metal' songs.
Rhythm & Blues All Stars LP (1966)
The Electric Guitar Amplifier Handbook by Jack Darr (1966)
Bootleg Album Cover - Zeppelin Live at Blueberry Hill
Mothers t shirt
Photographs of Harry Barber (1964 & 1966)
Mothers Posters (1969-1970) - a selection of 5 posters.
The Plaza at Old Hill flyer (1965)
Brownie & Sonny LP (1965).
Original Laney purchase ledger (approx 1968-69)
Roosevelt Sykes 7 inch EP (1963)
Taste poster from Mothers Vibration Society
Various Birmingham blues band business cards.
Mothers membership card (1968)
Champion Jack Dupree on stage at Henry's Blues House, upstairs at The Crown, Hill Street, Birmingham.
Photographs from Henry’s Blueshouse (1968-72)
An actual membership card, not a scan.