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A special offer for Record Store Day

Background - The Temple of Wax We introduced our new Temple of Wax service to immortalise your favourite record, in the form [...]

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The Sgt Pepper photo-session by Jean-Marie Perier

In February 1967, legendary French photographer Jean-Marie Perier found himself camped for a week in a makeshift photographic studio,  inside the Abbey [...]

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Goodbye Piccadilly, hello somewhere else..

We are relocating. We have had a great run in Piccadilly Arcade, and thoroughly enjoyed our seven years here.  Seven years - where [...]

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Chuck Berry

This portrait taken by Jean-Marie Perier has always been my all time favourite Chuck Berry photograph. Jean-Marie photographed him in the USA in [...]

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The Who – unseen image by Art Kane now available

“I think of Art Kane as being strong, like a pumpkin sun in a blue sky. Like the sun, Art beams his [...]

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Keith and Telecaster, moving faster

It is crunch time if you have been considering a purchase of Dominique Tarle’s most popular photograph – Keith and Telecaster – which is [...]

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Is This It – Colin Lane’s classic photographs of The Strokes

We are always on the hunt for talented contemporary photographers working within the pop culture genre and are delighted to be representing NYC [...]

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Fantastic fans

Liverpool, 1963. Crowds gather outside the Cavern Club

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Fairport Convention – newly discovered 1968 Donald Silverstein image

Donald Silverstein (1934 to 1975) will be well known to collectors as he took one of the most important photographs of Jimi Hendrix. [...]

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Johnny Cash flips the bird

This is one of Jim Marshall's most famous photographs, taken at San Quentin prison in 1969. Marshall later recalled: “I said, ‘John, let’s [...]

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