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Old 06-05-2009, 02:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What's your most treasured music memoribilia?

As the title says:

My most treasured piece of music memoribilia is a programme I got at Pete Townshend's Lifehouse performance at Sadler's Wells in London on February 25 and 26, 2000.
The important thing about the program is that I got it signed by John Entwistle who was enjoying a drink in the bar during the interval of the show.

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As the title says:

My most treasured piece of music memoribilia is programme I got at Pete Townshend's Lifehouse performane at Sadler's Wells in London on February 25 and 26, 2000.
The important thing about the program is that I got it signed by John Entwistle who was enjoying a drink in the bar during the interval of the show.


You are so lucky!

My most prized memorabilia is a picture of all four members of R.E.M., autographed. My dad met them some years ago (before Bill Berry left in 1997) and aquired their signatures.
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Nothing special. I have Kid A, brand new never been opened on vinyl. I don't want to subject it to my parents chainsaw of a record player.
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purchasing Radiohead on vinyl is the music equivalent of putting milk in a champagne bottle.
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purchasing Radiohead on vinyl is the music equivalent of putting milk in a champagne bottle.
It's delicious?
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it leaves a sour taste after a month of existence.
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Umm... an LP signed by John Coltrane? Yep, not kidding. My father found it in a used record store a while back, and apparently the clerk didn't notice it, because after some research it's defenitely his signature - and it's also stamped by someone "property of..." who, with the magic of Google, we were able top track down his son, so we assume that his father had been at a Coltrane performance, gotten it signed, and then perhaps when he died his son just sold all his LPs... but yes, it's defenitely the greatest thing in my entire house.
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I was gonna make a smart ass sour cream joke, but I decided against it.
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Ah, I got my Red Special replica signed by Brian May himself

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Ah, I got my Red Special replica signed by Brian May himself

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