If you’re a record or music collector you’re probably already familiar with 991.com. They’re the world’s leading provider of rare music & music memorabilia and the company that brought the world the collection of Mel Bush, ‘The man who hired the world’. Now, they’re following that up with yet another treasure trove for music lovers: the Weston Taylor Collection.
Weston Taylor was a well-known music journalist with the News of the World from the mid-1950s until his death in 1975. He was also a movie critic and fan. Why should you care? Well, because his 7,000 piece collection was kept in pristine condition over the years as only a true lover of vinyl could do.
We’re talking about original recordings from the 1960s and 1970s covering every imaginable genre of music: from jazz to mod, from rock to northern soul, and freakbeat to prog, psych and even pop! The 3,000 LPs and 4,000 singles are primarily review copies and factory samples. Many of them were never even played and most that have been were played once before being tucked away into the collection.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to find that album you’ve had on your want list for decades. Not to mention the opportunity to make this a very, very special holiday season for the music lover that you love.