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Bop to the beat with this fabulous four-pack of British live music posters. They include Cyril Davies and his All Stars, one of the first blues harmonica players in Britain receiving top billing on a 1963 poster from the Worplesdon Village Hall, which promoted "R&B AT GUILFORD" on Fridays. Davies teamed with Long John Baldry on October 4, with The Dimensions invading the club the following Friday and H.S. Rupert and his Soul Builders featuring Mel Turner headlining on October 18. The vintage pink sign measures approximately 33" x 24" and is in NRMT condition with some faded lettering. There's also an early '60s poster that reads: "AS THE SHOPS ARE NOW SELLING VALENTINE CARDS HENSE (sp) THIS FORM: - WE WISH YOU A REMARKABLE HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE YARDBIRDS THE T-BONES GEORGIO AND ALL HIS PEOPLES." There are a few cracks and some blurring but otherwise appears in EX-NRMT condition. Measures roughly 22" x 33". England's Ricky-Tick Club was rockin' on Christmas week of 1964, as evidenced by a poster for Graham Bond, one of the founding fathers of the '60s British R&B boom. The poster from the influential blues club promotes an evening of rhythm and blues with the man who was voted Britain's "New Jazz Star" in 1961. The poster measures roughly 23" x 33" and is in NRMT condition. And last but not least is a Ricky-Tick poster promoting Larry Williams and Johnny "Guitar" Watson on Friday, April 8, 1965. Measuring 23" x 33", the poster is in NRMT condition with slight spotting.
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