Various buttons etc. collected over the years in Toronto. The little metal pin-on button for the Capitol 6000 Lp Twist And Shout T-6054 is especially cute!
These are rare original juke box strips from the late 1950s through the late 1960s. Unlike the juke box strips from the USA which were mass printed on detachable strips, the Canadian strips were each typewritten using a type writer ... crikey now that took some time ! Note that the Beatles strips are odd in that the B sides often showed up as the A side !
A very rare Capitol black and white promotional photo for PINK FLOYD from early 1970 used to promote their UMMAGUMMA specially priced 2-LP set issued on the new Harvest label in Canada during November of 1969. Syd Barrett is no longer with the group and has been replaced by David Gilmour. From left to right in the photo are Richard Wright, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, and Nick Mason.
EMI Harvest advert from National Lampoon.
This promo photo for Edward Bear was probably made in late 1971 or early 1972 and was used in Capitol's promo packages for "The Last Song" 45 Capitol 72677 which was pressed by Compo in late 1972. "The Last Song" hit the charts in a big way in February 1973 (lasting 16 weeks on the charts) and got as high as number one on the CHUM chart. Founding member Danny Marks (guitar) left Edward Bear in 1971 and was replaced by Roger Ellis. The other two founding memebrs of Edward Bear were Larry Evoy (drums) and Paul Weldon (keyboards).
This is the release sheet from August 1976 for the Rock N Roll Music LP.
This was printed to promote the Beatles forever Series.
Magazine clipping showing Jack London 45 picture sleeve