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|THE ARTWOODS Set Of Autographs (A strange thing of beauty from
the height of the Mod/R&B beat scene - a fold out card/gift tag/page
from an autograph book [?] measuring 9½" x 4" unfolded with a
musical scene plus 'With love from Uncle Arnold and Aunt Dorothy' on
one side in blue ink pen & FULLY AUTOGRAPHED in red
ballpoint by the Artwoods - Arthur Wood, Derek Griffiths, Jon Lord,
Malcolm Pool & Keef Hartley - on the other - !!!) |
Tracklisting: This fantastic item is in pristine condition & would have been signed somewhere between 1964 & 1967, although the exact date is unknown. The paper appears to be of the semi-absorbant type, so it may indeed have once been part of a music autograph book, but we can't be sure. Interestingly, the dedication in blue INK pen has not penetrated through the paper to mar the autographs in ANY way, but the red ballpoint ink is visible from the graphic side ! It is clearly signed, when unfolded, from left to right as follows :- 'All My Love Keef' 'Best Wishes Derek Griffiths' 'All The Best Malcolm Pool' 'Jon Lord' 'Best Wishes Art Wood' In red ballpoint pen. These signatures are unhurried & clear. The backing paper is free from any rips, tears or major marks. The other side of the paper has a curious Drum/Hi-hat/Cymbal/Trumpet/Banjo colour picture - giving credence to the music biased Autograph Book theory - And the dedication as previously mentioned. A Fantastic unique item that we are proud to be able to offer ! NB :- Our Certificate of Authenticity is your assurance that this is a genuine set of signatures by the Artwoods. We do not, however, offer any guarantee with Uncle Arthur & Aunt Dorothy !!
|THE ARTWOODS Art Gallery (Extremely rare fully
autographed 1966 UK 12-track mono LP of dynamite R&B from
the classic Mod band, featuring the talents of Arthur [Art] Wood on
vocals, Derek Griffiths on guitar, Malcolm Pool on bass, Jon Lord on
organ & Keef Hartley on drums, front laminated picture sleeve. This
copy has been nicely autographed on the back in black biro by each
band member! See 'More Info' for further details ... LK4830)|
Tracklisting: Tracklisting: 01. Can You Hear Me? 02. Down in the Valley 03. Things Get Better 04. Walk on the Wild Side 05. I Keep Forgettin' 06. I Keep Lookin' 07. One More Heartache 08. Work, Work, Work 09. Be My Lady 10. If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody 11. Stop and Think It Over 12. Don't Cry No More This is one of THE classic mod albums of the mid sixties. Easily up there with 'My Generation' as being one of the most partied LPs of 1965/66. As a consequence, these are seldom found mint. In truth, these are seldom found even intact, most having been written on, ripped covers etc. from their heady life spent going continously from party to party. This one does indeed have writing on the cover, but it's not your usual, run-of-the-mill, previous owner initials.......... We're talking a sleeve that has been FULLY AUTOGRAPHED on the back by each band member of the period & dedicated to a close fan circa '64-65. The signatures of Arthur 'Art' Wood, Derek Griffiths, Malcolm Pool, Jon Lord & Keef Hartley are all clear & present on the back cover in black biro. These were obtained by a close friend who met the Artwoods in 1964 & hung out with them for a couple of years, being a young influential lass of the sixties as she was. The group even performed in her home town in North Wales (Llandudno), where she received a fresh off the press first copy of this LP given to her by Art himself, which had the personal touch of bearing a full set of Artwoods autographs on! We have been told by its former owner, the sixties fan of the day, that the rear of the sleeve was shot in Malcolm Pool's back garden, as Malcolm's mother was a set designer with an array of spare props to hand. Condition:- The autographed sleeve remains in exceptional condition, with no tears, all text legible & just the lightest spot of foxing to the unlaminated rear. What's nice about this item is that it comes with a spare unautographed sleeve too! This second example is clean & in solid, Excellent condition. The laminate on the spare sleeve actually stops much further over into the rear text, perhaps a printing mishap of the day? The matrices are machine stamped & read: XARL-7481-1A XARL-7482-1A The labels are the classic red & silver unboxed design with deep groove both sides. The Vinyl: The vinyl has been professionally cleaned & reaches an Excellent condition grade, easily the best we've ever stocked in fact. Visually, there are a few minor spindle marks by the centre hole to indicate play & just a few ever so faint paper scuffs that have no effect on play. This is quite simply a wonderful find, direct from a personal close friend of the group's from back in the day. Just try to find another one like this!
|THE ARTWOODS 100 Oxford Street (1983 UK issue 16-track LP,
picture sleeve. An amazing collection from Ron Wood's brother's
band, active in the mid to late 60s, which also included Jon Lord
[pre-Deep Purple] and Keef Hartley. Recorded between 1964
and 1966, this gathers together single tracks on the A-side, and
tracks from their hideously scarce album on the B-side. The
sleeve does have some notable edge scuffing and a has a corner
scuff, but the vinyl shows few signs of play ED107)|
Tracklisting: 1. Sweet Mary 2. If I Ever Get My Hands On You 3. Goodbye Sisters 4. Oh My Love 5. Take What I Want 6. Big City 7. She Knows What To Do 8. I'm Looking For A Saxophonist 9. Keep Lookin' 10. I Keep Forgettin' 11. I Feel Good 12. One More Heartache 13. Down In The Alley 14. Be My Lady 15. Stop And Think It Over 16. Don't Cry No More
|THE ARTWOODS Art Gallery (2009 UK 26-track remastered CD
album, originally released in 1966 - while the Artwoods consistently
produced top quality material over a 4 year period [releasing 7 singles,
1 EP and 1 LP between 1964 and '67], each release failed to click with
the public; consequently, all original Artwoods releases are very rare,
particularly the LP 'Art Gallery' and EP 'Jazz In Jeans' - this extended
CD includes all 12 cuts from the LP, all 4 from the EP, plus the best of
Tracklisting: heir non-LP Decca and Parlophone A & B sides, including their one-off 1967 Fontana single released under the name St Valentine's Day Massacre, presented in sealed digipak sleeve including 16-page booklet packed with photos and authoritative and extensive liner notes by respected author and journalist Chris Welch)ÞÞ1. Can You Hear Me 2. Down In The Valley 3. Things Get Better 4. Walk On The Wild Side 5. I Keep Forgettin' 6. Keep Lookin' 7. One More Heartache 8. Work, Work, Work 9. Be My Lady 10. If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody 11. Stop And Think It Over 12. Don't Cry No More Bonus tracks: 13. Sweet Mary 14. If I Ever Get My Hands On You 15. Goodbye Sisters 16. She Knows What To Do 17. I Take What I Want 18. I Feel Good 19. What Shall I Do 20. In The Deep End 21. These Boots Are Made For Walkin' 22. A Taste Of Honey 23. Our Man Flint 24. Routine 25. Brother Can You Spare A Dime 26. Al's Party
|THE ARTWOODS Art Gallery (Extremely rare 1969 original first
German 'Musik Für Alle' white title label trade sample 12-track LP
issue of the legendary Mod/Freakbeat classic from 1966, possibly
issued to coincide with the Decca 'Eclipse' release in the UK, unique
laminated picture sleeve variant ND576) |
Tracklisting: The sleeve is superb with just a few light creases to the laminate at the edges & no edge scuffing - As good as it gets. The colours are bright & vibrant & there is no significant evidence of shelfwear at all. The front of the sleeve is identical to the normal issue of the album but with a boxed 'Musik Für Alle' logo under the Decca logo. The back of the sleeve has tracklisting information and a selection of artwork for eight other albums in the series. The labels are white with black text. The Decca logo is boxed with both 'Unverkäufl. Warenprobe Ohne Wert' & 'Echantillon gratuit Trade Sample', suggesting that the album was also destined for the French speaking market. The labels also have 'Musik Für Alle' text, but unboxed. On the regular release, the label was red & this text WAS boxed. The vinyl shows some obvious light marks on both sides but this extremely good pressing negates the impact to an occasional click in places. The sonic fidelity of the reproduction is amazing with no 'burring' effect in loud passages at all. The clarity is wonderful and the full depth of the music leaps out at you, with surface noise at an absolute minimum and near silence between tracks. This album has clearly only been played on very good equipment - normally copies of this legendary LP have been 'partied' to within an inch of their lives! All in all, this is an amazing copy in fantastic condition with the few flaws that there are being negated by the positives of the sleeve & the pressing. You would be hard pressed to find another copy in such beautiful unworn condition - Fantastic! Tracklisting :- 1. Can You Hear Me 2. Down In The Valley 3. Things Get Better 4. Walk On The wild Side 5. I Keep Forgettin' 6. Keep Lookin' 7. One More Heartache 8. Work Work Work 9. Be My Lady 10. If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody 11. Stop & Think It Over 12. Don't Cry No More
|THE ARTWOODS Goodbye Sisters (Extremely rare 1965 UK 7" vinyl
single on the blue & silver curved Decca logo 'ffrr' label with intact
original push out centre, also featuring She Knows What To Do &
housed in the original striped orange Decca generic paper sleeve
Tracklisting: Condition :- Vinyl - MINT. From the looks of the gleaming vinyl, this copy has had very little play & certainly none on the 'stick a penny on the tone arm' heavyweight monsters of the sixties & so sounds as fresh & clear today as it did then. Sleeve - The orange generic Decca is intact, clean, unmarked & untorn. A wonderful copy ! Personnel :- Arthur Wood- vocals Derek Griffiths - guitar Jon Lord - keyboards Malcolm Pool - bass guitar Keef Hartley - drums The Artwoods were formed in 1963, and over the next two years became an extremely popular live attraction, rivaling groups such as the Animals, although, despite releasing a clutch of singles and an album, their record sales never reflected this popularity. Singer Arthur Wood, from whom the band took their name, was the elder brother of The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood. He had been a vocalist with Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated for a short period during 1962, simultaneously fronting his own group, the Art Wood Combo.. When keyboardist Jon Lord and guitarist Derek Griffiths joined from Red Bludd's Bluesicians they re-christened themselves the Artwoods. Keef Hartley, formerly with Rory Storm & The Hurricanes [He replaced Ringo Starr!], joined on drums in '64 and the band turned professional, secured a residency at London's 100 Club and gained a recording contract with Decca Records. The intended debut single, a cover of Muddy Waters' "Hoochie Coochie Man" was shelved in favour of a version of an old Leadbelly song, "Sweet Mary". Although it didn't reach the Charts it got sufficient airplay to bring them a lot of live work, including an appearance on the first live edition of 'Ready, Steady, Go!' The second record, "Oh My Love", was another blues cover. Like it's predecessor and subsequent releases, it failed to chart. The Artwoods were dropped by Decca at the end of 1966 and signed a one record deal with Parlophone, but "What Shall I Do" also flopped. Later in 1967 a final "one-off" single appeared on Fontana under the name "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" but by the time of it's release the Artwoods had effectively ceased to exist. The Artwoods' early records today stand up well against the work of more successful groups such as the Stones, the Yardbirds or ironically, the Birds, who included Art's younger brother Ron. But at the time they came out, despite appearances on TV programs like "Ready, Steady, Go!" their singles never seemed to connect with the record-buying public. In live performance, on the other hand, it was a different matter. They had a virtuoso lineup, Lord's piano and organ sound was a great complement to Wood's singing, Griffith's guitar work was tastefully flashy, and Keef Hartley was animated as well as powerful, with a big sound on the drums. Club audiences always knew they were good for a great show and the band loved playing live. Ultimately, in fact, the group's success in touring and their love of playing live may have hurt them. The group broke up in mid '67 with Hartley going on to play with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Malcolm Pool to play with Colosseum and Lord becoming a founder member of Deep Purple. Discography :- Nov '64 Sweet Mary b/w If I Ever Get My Hands On You - Decca F 12015 1965 Oh My Love b/w Big City - Decca F 12091 Aug '65 Goodbye Sisters b/w She Knows What To Do - Decca F 12206 Apr '66 I Take What I Want b/w I'm Looking For A Saxophonist - Decca F 12384 Aug '66 I Feel Good b/w Molly Anderson's Cookery Book - Decca F 12465 Apr '67 What Shall I Do b/w In The Deep End - Parlophone R 5590 1967 Buddy Can You Spare A Dime b/w Al's Party - Fontana H883 (As St Valentine's Day Massacre) E.P.s Apr '66 Jazz In Jeans - These Boots Are Made For Walkin'/Taste Of Honey/Our Man Flint/Routine Decca DFE 8654 L.P.s Nov '66 Art Gallery - Can You Hear Me?/Down In The Valley/Things Get Better/Walk On The Wild Side/I Keep Forgetting/Keep Looking/Be My Lady/If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody/Stop And Think It Over/Don't Cry No More Decca LK 4830
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