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    Isle of discombobulation Joe 90's Avatar
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    Iconic Music posters

    Apologies for the size as my computer has died.

    I've been researching iconic music posters and thought it a good idea for a thread!
    Post up yours, they well make it to the Chitty hall of fame and music room.
    Here's some I'm getting printed...
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    Over to our esteemed members..
    Shalom

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    Best show I ever saw.



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    ^I've caught the movie several times. You probably saw them in San Fran. Robbie Robertson is pretty much royalty in the music scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by russellsimpson View Post
    Robbie Robertson is pretty much royalty
    ...so, hinting he's a queen then...

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    I've got these two on my wall.

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    ^ was that when he came over for a nose job?

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    I remember it was on my birthday.

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    i have been a collector of original concert posters from the 60's and 70's for many years.

    here are some.












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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    so, hinting he's a queen then...
    Hadn't crossed my mind. Is he?

    Now that you mention it......

    Very attractive collection taxi.

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    Nice posters...
    A few I like..




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    Cannot leave out the Beatles eh.
    Best album , well after the White Album.


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    Are you into punk, Joe? Found these you may like.




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    Just saw a poster for Henry Rollins playing Bangkok on 21st October.

    Not iconic, mind, so just posting the info for anyone unfortunate to live in the henhole.

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    I have seen most of the shows that tax posted up. Great living in the bay area from the late sixties through most of the 70's.

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    I saw this (or versions of) on a few people's walls over the years
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    ^ A mate has a tattoo of Che Guevara but with the Stone's mouth. Actually looks pretty good. Not that we told him that of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    I have seen most of the shows that tax posted up. Great living in the bay area from the late sixties through most of the 70's.
    those were the days ao, i was in london then and there was a good concert scene there too. tickets were affordable, none of the reseller extortion that seems normal these days and the atmosphere inside the venues was free and easy. and if the concert was sold out, it was usually a simple matter of bunging the geezer on the fire exit a couple of quid to gain entry. yes, those were the days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    those were the days ao, i was in london then and there was a good concert scene there too. tickets were affordable, none of the reseller extortion that seems normal these days and the atmosphere inside the venues was free and easy. and if the concert was sold out, it was usually a simple matter of bunging the geezer on the fire exit a couple of quid to gain entry. yes, those were the days.
    Indeed those were the days. The one you have of the Dead with the Sons of Champlain is bring back great memories. At the Avalon, I was old enough to drive so across the Golden Gate bridge we went. I am pretty sure it would have been about $3.50 which was a premium price back then. But you knew the Dead would play 3 hours so all was cool. The Sons were from Marin county and featured Bill Champlain, who went on to play a long while with Chicago. The Golden Gate bridge links Marin and the northern counties like Napa and Sonoma to San Francisco.

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