Candia, NH: John LeBow, 2003. Pamphlet. First edition. Cover illustration of John Coltrane by the author. One of 200 numbered copies signed by Baraka. Published as No. 1 in the Razor Series. Very fine. Item #SKB-10715
BERMAN, Wallace & DYLAN, Bob.
n.p.: Privately published, 1965. One of the images is of Bob Dylan. Nonsense text printed at the bottom. Printed in black on yellow stock. Support the Revolution, p. 172. Fine (21" x 17"). Item #SKB-12529
NY: Pocket Books, . First edition of this Paperback Original. "Their passionate lives, frenzied fame, and tragic deaths." Very fine. Item #SKB-5979
CARROLL, Jim & WALDMAN, Anne.
NY: Bobbs-Merrill, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Introduction by Anne Waldman. Nice collection of poems from the St. Mark's Poetry Project, with contributions by Jim Carroll (his first book appearance), Ted Berrigan, Allen Ginsberg, Ron Padgett, Joe Brainard, Frank O'Hara, Diane di Prima, Gerard Malanga, John Ashbery, and... Item #SKB-2441
n.p.:n.p., . A music magazine in oversize format from the S. F. Bay Area. Cover photo of Jim Carroll with a long feature article on him by Lynn Hirschberg. Also, Huey Lewis, Bread and Roses, and more. Near fine. Item #SKB-13171
[NY]: Viking, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Briefly inscribed by the author. The hardcover printing was small. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Item #SKB-10755
Louisville, KY: White Fields Press, 1994. Pamphlet. First edition. One of 26 lettered copies signed by Carroll. Prints the poem "8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain," plus an interview with Carroll about the Beats, drugs, Catholicism, and more. Illustrated with photographs. Published as Heaven Chapbook Series No. 50. Very fine. Item #SKB-6971
n.p.: Privately published by the author, 2002. Broadside poem. First edition. Illustrated. One of 75 numbered copies signed by Carroll (of a total edition of 150). Designed and printed by Laura Mendoza. As new. Item #SKB-8634
Atlanta: Turner Publishing, . Hardbound, issued without dust jacket. First edition. Early photos of The Stones onstage and off. Text by David Hinckley and Debra Rodman. As new. Item #JB-9072
Surrey: Genesis, 2008. Folio. Bound in full brown leather with the title stamped in gilt. First edition, deluxe issue. One of 350 numbered specially bound copies signed by Diltz with 3 original signed color photos by Diltz enclosed in a printed envelope. Diltz was among the most accomplished rock photographers... Item #SKB-14165
DYLAN, Bob & GORDON, Jeff.
n.p.: SOOJ, 2007. Large 4to. Broadside. First edition. Illustrated with a painting by Jeff Gordon. The lyrics to this song by Dylan nicely printed on Arches with Gordon's painting reproduced in color. One of 145 numbered copies signed by the artist and publisher, Jeff Gordon. This item is not a.... Item #SKB-12834
DYLAN, Bob & GORDON, Jeff.
n.p.: SOOJ, 2007. Large 4to. Broadside. First edition. Illustrated with a painting by Jeff Gordon. The lyrics to this song by Dylan nicely printed on Arches with Gordon's painting reproduced in color. This copy discretely rubber-stamped "printers proof." This item is not a bootleg but an authorized printing---the smallest limitation... Item #SKB-13389
DYLAN, Bob & GORDON, Jeff.
n.p.: SOOJ, 2007. Large 4to. Broadside. First edition. Illustrated with a painting by Jeff Gordon. The lyrics to this song by Dylan nicely printed on Arches with Gordon's painting reproduced in color. One of an unspecified number of artist's proofs designated "AP" and signed by the artist and publisher, Jeff... Item #SKB-13406
DYLAN, Bob & VON SCHMIDT, Eric.
n.p.: Privately published, 1965. In 1965 folk singer and artist Eric von Schmidt was commissioned to do a painting of Dylan and Baez for a tour poster, and the image was reproduced in both a poster and handbill format. However, Dylan was not happy with his appearance and through his... Item #SKB-13415
n.p.:n.p., . A b&w photo from a 1965 session showing Dylan sitting on a stool looking into the camera with his head resting on his hand that is partially obscuring his face. He is wearing his typical outfit of the period, a black jacket with the shirt collar fastened tightly... Item #SKB-13523
n.p.:n.p., . Stapled sheets with the Columbia Records logo in the corner---3 pages titled: "The Tambourine Man." Prints a long biographical text about Dylan and his influences and mentions some of his current songs such as "Mr. Tamborine Man" and "Like a Rolling Stone" stating that at his best Dylan... Item #SKB-13488
n.p.:n.p., . Stapled sheets with the Columbia Records logo in the corner---5 pages titled: "Bob Dylan." Prints a long biographical text featuring some of Dylan's romanticized misinformation about how he "travelled with a Texas carnival when he was 13, and thumbed his way for the next seven years." Mentions how... Item #SKB-13489
Bob Dylan's personal annotated and signed copy of Pete Seeger's Darling Corey LP TOGETHER WITH the postcard from this record filled out in Bob Dylan's hand, ca. 1962.
NY: Folkways Records, . 33rpm record. The record jacket bears Dylan's pencil ownership signature as well as some lyrics from the album that Dylan has transcribed on the front cover. The LP was issued with a postcard that customers could fill out and return requesting additional products. Dylan has filled... Item #SKB-13479
Bob Dylan's personally owned and stage-played Honer harmonica in its original box signed by Dylan on the top and dated 1961, the year he first arrived in NYC.
n.p.:n.p., . This Honer Marine Band harmonica was given to Peter McKenzie, the youngest member of the McKenzie family with whom Dylan lived sporadically during 1961 shortly after arriving in NYC, a period that has been chronicled extensively by Dylan and others. It was during this time that Dylan's harmonica... Item #SKB-16481
NY: Privately published, 1963. 4to. Features an early photo of Dylan with acoustic guitar and harmonica, and several critic's quotes, such as "One of the most compelling blues singers ever recorded, BBC Radio Times." The concert was recorded by Columbia Records for a live LP that was never released. Very... Item #SKB-15853
n.p.:n.p., . Features the famous head shot of Dylan blowing into his harmonica with a cigarette stuck in the end of the harmonica holder. Dylan's four-month 1966 world tour began a week prior to his Norfolk Municipal Auditorium appearance, and after a detour to Nashville to record tracks for Blonde... Item #SKB-13965
n.p.: Newport Folk Festival, 1963. Single legal-size sheet folded to make a leaflet. The handbill lists three appearances by Bob Dylan. These were Dylan's historic first appearances at the Newport Folk Festival where his performances with veterans such as Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, John Lee Hooker, Maybelle Carter... Item #SKB-16244
NY: Personality Posters,1967. Prints a photo on thick card stock of Dylan holding a cigarette, looking directly into the camera. One clean pin hole to top edge, else fine (8" x 5"). Item #SKB-11709
London: Royal Festival Hall, 1964. Pamphlet. 8pp. First edition. Cover photo of a young Dylan. Prints Dylan's "My Life in a Stolen Moment," an early text in which Dylan recounts his adventures hitching across country and arriving in Greenwich Village. Includes an article on Dylan by Ralph J. Gleason, and... Item #SKB-16317
n.p.: Privately published, n.d. 45rpm record in picture sleeve showing a young Bob Dylan sitting on a stool holding a trumpet. A bootleg edition limited to 500 numbered copies. Features "Baby Let Me Follow You Down," "Talkin' John Birch Society Blues," "The Death of Emmett Till," and "Rocks & Gravel."... Item #SKB-13561