Brownsville Station was a band from Michigan who were popular in the 1970s. One of their earliest hits (1970) was called "Bebop Confidential" Their most famous song, "Smokin' In the Boys Room" (from their 1973 album Yeah!) was recognized as one of rock's earliest teen anthems, featuring angst filled lyrics, blaring guitars and a harmonica solo. The track reached #3 on U.S. charts. *If you want to see a detail pic of this rare and detailed poster, let me know and I'll email it to you. Printed on thick, glossy stock.
Signed and numbered print #526 out of 1500 Blues for Allah is the eighth studio album by the Grateful Dead. It was recorded between February 27 and May 7, 1975 and originally released on September 1, 1975. It was the third release under the band's own label, Grateful Dead Records, after fulfilling their contract with Warner Bros. Records. It was the first album with Mickey Hart in over four years, and the band's first album since their short hiatus from touring in 1974.
Rare Grateful Dead Promo Poster! Blues for Allah was the eighth studio album by the Grateful Dead. The album was recorded between February 27 and May 7, 1975.
Rare record promo poster
Extremely rare and highly collectible poster from the hugely popular artist, Richard Amsel.