Rock & Roll

Rock & Roll

Rock & Roll

Overview
Count Basie, et al | A promotional poster for some of the greats of jazz

1 Count Basie, et al | A promotional poster for some of the greats of jazz

[Buddy Holly and] the Crickets | Gold record presented for "Oh, Boy!"

2 [Buddy Holly and] the Crickets | Gold record presented for "Oh, Boy!"

Buddy Holly and the Crickets | A signed promotional photograph

3 Buddy Holly and the Crickets | A signed promotional photograph

Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Luther Perkins | A signed record sleeve

4 Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, and Luther Perkins | A signed record sleeve

Elvis Presley | A signed travel bible

5 Elvis Presley | A signed travel bible

Frank Sinatra | A poster by LeRoy Neiman, signed by Ol' Blue Eyes

6 Frank Sinatra | A poster by LeRoy Neiman, signed by Ol' Blue Eyes

The Animals | A promotional concert poster

7 The Animals | A promotional concert poster

Atlanta International Pop Festival | A promotional poster for this significant event in rock history

8 Atlanta International Pop Festival | A promotional poster for this significant event in rock history

The Beatles | “Being A Short Diversion On The Dubious Origins Of Beatles”

9 The Beatles | “Being A Short Diversion On The Dubious Origins Of Beatles”

The Beatles | A signed copy of the first pressing of "Love Me Do"

10 The Beatles | A signed copy of the first pressing of "Love Me Do"

The Beatles | Parlophone publicity card, signed by all four Beatles

11 The Beatles | Parlophone publicity card, signed by all four Beatles

John Lennon | In His Own Write, an extraordinary association copy

12 John Lennon | In His Own Write, an extraordinary association copy

John Lennon | Original "Treasure Ivan" drawing

13 John Lennon | Original "Treasure Ivan" drawing

The Beatles | Gold record presented for "Can't Buy Me Love"

14 The Beatles | Gold record presented for "Can't Buy Me Love"

Ringo Starr | Plaque presented to Ringo in Brentwood, California, 24 August 1964

15 Ringo Starr | Plaque presented to Ringo in Brentwood, California, 24 August 1964

The Beatles | Gold record presented for "I Feel Fine"

17 The Beatles | Gold record presented for "I Feel Fine"

The Beatles | Gold record presented for "Help!"

18 The Beatles | Gold record presented for "Help!"

The Beatles | Proof for the "butcher cover" art, signed by three Beatles

19 The Beatles | Proof for the "butcher cover" art, signed by three Beatles

The Beatles | Gold record presented for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

20 The Beatles | Gold record presented for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

Ringo Starr | Ruffled red polka dot shirt, worn by Ringo circa 1968

21 Ringo Starr | Ruffled red polka dot shirt, worn by Ringo circa 1968

Paul McCartney | Autograph letter signed, critiquing song lyrics in his capacity as a producer for Apple Records

22 Paul McCartney | Autograph letter signed, critiquing song lyrics in his capacity as a producer for Apple Records

John Lennon and Yoko Ono | "U.S.A. Surpasses All the Genocide Records!" poster

23 John Lennon and Yoko Ono | "U.S.A. Surpasses All the Genocide Records!" poster

John Lennon and Yoko Ono | War Is Over! poster

24 John Lennon and Yoko Ono | War Is Over! poster

John Lennon | Original Torrie Zito arrangement for "Imagine"

25 John Lennon | Original Torrie Zito arrangement for "Imagine"

John Lennon | Gold record presented for "Walls and Bridges"

26 John Lennon | Gold record presented for "Walls and Bridges"

John Lennon | A group of photographs, with one captioned in his hand

27 John Lennon | A group of photographs, with one captioned in his hand

John Lennon | An original drawing, signed by Lennon and Yoko Ono

28 John Lennon | An original drawing, signed by Lennon and Yoko Ono

George Harrison “Got My Mind Set on You” signed & studio-used

29 George Harrison “Got My Mind Set on You” signed & studio-used

Ringo Starr | Stage-used drumhead

30 Ringo Starr | Stage-used drumhead

Paul McCartney | Höfner 500/1 Violin Bass, signed by McCartney

31 Paul McCartney | Höfner 500/1 Violin Bass, signed by McCartney

James Brown | A promotional poster for "A Show for the Entire Family"

32 James Brown | A promotional poster for "A Show for the Entire Family"

Bob Dylan | Suze Rotolo's promo copy of "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," with the poet's handwritten corrections

33 Bob Dylan | Suze Rotolo's promo copy of "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," with the poet's handwritten corrections

Bob Dylan | A signed copy of the "Blonde on Blonde" sleeve

34 Bob Dylan | A signed copy of the "Blonde on Blonde" sleeve

Bob Dylan — Jerry Schatzberg | An outtake photo from the "Blonde On Blonde" sessions

35 Bob Dylan — Jerry Schatzberg | An outtake photo from the "Blonde On Blonde" sessions

Bob Dylan | "All Along the Watchtower" in Dylan's own hand

36 Bob Dylan | "All Along the Watchtower" in Dylan's own hand

Grateful Dead | A signed copy of "Workingman's Dead"

37 Grateful Dead | A signed copy of "Workingman's Dead"

Grateful Dead | Vintage shirt featuring Jerry Garcia flexing

38 Grateful Dead | Vintage shirt featuring Jerry Garcia flexing

Grateful Dead | Shirt for their 15 April 1971 performance at Allegheny College

39 Grateful Dead | Shirt for their 15 April 1971 performance at Allegheny College

Grateful Dead | New Year's Eve 1976-77 concert shirt

40 Grateful Dead | New Year's Eve 1976-77 concert shirt

Grateful Dead | Spring 1977 tour shirt, with an original backstage pass

41 Grateful Dead | Spring 1977 tour shirt, with an original backstage pass

Jimi Hendrix | "Je L'aime" EP, signed on by Hendrix on his first tour

42 Jimi Hendrix | "Je L'aime" EP, signed on by Hendrix on his first tour

Jimi Hendrix | Pink boa worn by Hendrix on the cover of "Are you Experienced?" circa 1967

43 Jimi Hendrix | Pink boa worn by Hendrix on the cover of "Are you Experienced?" circa 1967

Jimi Hendrix | Promotional Lenticular for "Axis Bold as Love"

44 Jimi Hendrix | Promotional Lenticular for "Axis Bold as Love"

Jimi Hendrix | Talisman worn at the International Monterey Pop Festival

45 Jimi Hendrix | Talisman worn at the International Monterey Pop Festival

Jimi Hendrix | His working lyrics for "Straight Ahead"

46 Jimi Hendrix | His working lyrics for "Straight Ahead"

Brother and the Holding Company | Gold record presented by the RIAA for "Cheap Thrills"

47 Brother and the Holding Company | Gold record presented by the RIAA for "Cheap Thrills"

Janis Joplin | Stage-worn dress from the 1968 Newport Folk Festival, and other performances

48 Janis Joplin | Stage-worn dress from the 1968 Newport Folk Festival, and other performances

Janis Joplin | An inscribed copy of the only solo record released in Joplin's lifetime

49 Janis Joplin | An inscribed copy of the only solo record released in Joplin's lifetime