Check this out: http://www.sixtiesposters.com/bg13.htm
I've had a second print poster for a few years now. I just bought three postcards. I'm going to frame the poster and three postcards together. The poster will be on top and the postcards lined up along the bottom. It will have purple matting and an orange frame.
I've already done something similar with this poster and three cards: http://www.sixtiesposters.com/bg34.htm
It's a first print poster and three cards. I picked up the poster for cheep on eBay and bought three cards. It has quickly turned into a cornerstone piece of my collection.
Check this out: http://www.sixtiesposters.com/fd28.htm
I've had a first printing of this poster for almost ten years. Over the years I have mailed it around to my friends the bandmembers. I obtained the signatures of: Danny Thomas - Drums John Ike Walton - Drums Ronnie Leatherman - Bass
On 10/31/08 I attended a Roky Erickson concert in LA and obtained Roky's signature on this poster. Go here to read an account of that concert: http://texaspsych.blogspot.com/search/label/Roky%20Erickson%20and%20t...
Scroll down to the Sunday, November 2, 2008 - Roky Erickson and the Black Angels- El Ray Theater, Los Angeles 10-31-08
Last week, I mailed the poster to my friend, Clementine Hall. I am obtaining her signature and Tommy Hall's. If I am lucky, Powell St. John will sign it too.
When I get this back this will go directly to Esprit Decor for custom framing. I might frame it with three handbills along the bottom.
BTW, I have a similar poster, 3rd printing, that already has all of the signatures described above on it. This one in the works is a rare 1st printing.
"How much money do you make peddling that filth of yours Mr. Zappa?"
OK people, Kiloh has delivered the goods! I have been working with William Warner to make a few of his photographs of the 13th Floor Elevators available for the very first time. Take a look at this: http://www.wmwarner.com/13-el-prints-offer.html
Amazing. These are direct from the original negatives! These aren’t crappy 9 x 12 glossies but are fabulous 11 x 14 professionally mounted prints signed by the photographer.
One of the prints is a “never seen” shot from the Living Eye in Houston!
Right now, Mr. Warner has 15 of these same prints up on eBay for SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS minimum starting bid. So did Kiloh do right by you? You’re Goddamn right he did!
This is one set of prints at one, low, price. No going: “I only want *that* print.”
Look on the webpage and click the BUY NOW button to purchase electronically.
Those that want to send checks or money orders will have to do so through me. If you want to pay by check email Kiloh here: Rokysyd11@yahoo.com
That’s rokysyd11 @ yahoo . com
Email me and tell me that you want to pay by check. I’ll send you my address and instructions.
These prints are bad-ass. It doesn’t get any better than this.
I am grateful I was born in Austin in 1953 so I could be the perfect age to experiement and be there to experience the full effect of the 60's and 70's music scene. Since my parents divorced and my mother moved to Houston I also got to experience the 60's and 70's there too. Too many memories to mention.