Lot 233 of 725:
10 books on Rock & Roll, Beatles, Woodstock, Rolling Stones  

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Ten volumes on music of the 1960s: History of Rock & Roll, plus Woodstock, Rolling Stones, and the Beatles


Various places


Various dates



  • Aldridge, Alan, ed. The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics. Wrappers. First Dell Edition. A Dell Special, [1972].
  • Aldridge, Alan, ed. The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics 2. Boards, dj (price-clipped). First American Edition. Delacorte Press, [1971].
  • Linda McCartney's Sixties: Portrait of an Era. Wrappers. First Paperback Edition. Bulfinch Press, [1993].
  • Sia, Joseph J. Woodstock 69: Summer Pop Festivals. A Photo Review. Wrappers. First Printing. February, 1970. Scholastic Book Services. 1 page torn out, but present & complete.
  • Songs & Photos from Woodstock. A film by Michael Wadleigh. Wrappers. Warner Bros., 1970. Contains sheet music from the festival and movie.
  • Spitz, Robert Stephen. Barefoot in Babylon: The Creation of the Woodstock Music Festival, 1969. Cloth-backed boards, dj (price-clipped). First hardbound edition. Viking Press, [1979].
  • Tremlet, George. The Rolling Stones. Wrappers. First Printing of the Warner Books Edition. Warner Books, [1975].
  • Jasper, Tony. The Rolling Stones. Boards, dj. Octopus, [1976].
  • Miller, Jim, ed. The Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock & Roll. Wrappers. Random House/Rolling Stone, [1980].
  • Rolling Sone Books of Days. Spiral bound March 1970 - February 1971 weekly calendar with photographs.Straight Arrow Publishers Inc.

Nine volumes chronicling the history of music in the 1960s, including books on the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, and Woodstock.

Lot Amendments

Mostly mild general wear to jackets and volume extremities; mostly very good.

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