1980 Cheap Trick Original Concert Poster All Shook Up Wonderland Production. Very Large 36×24 in VG+ condition. It is showing typical wear from storage at edges and folds very minimal, poster has one very small ball point pen tip size hole in the crease as seen in photo, it’s so small I missed it the first time and had to edit the listing. No rips or tears. Photography by Angeline Ernken, Paris, 1980 K A M concert merchandising, Wonderland Productions. Of The Beatles, Rock and Roll(196’s to early 2000’s), Radio Shows, CD, LP, 45, Cassette, memorabilia etc. My family is not interested in my very large collection so my hope is that you will enjoy as much as I have! If you are interested in bundling, send a message and make an offer as must all go!
This is a Black Sabbath commemorative concert poster from their epic show at Albert Hall in London, England, on April 26, 1971. Measurements are 18″ x 24″. This poster is number 15 out of 36 and is one of the artist proofs. Standard show edition with the purple lettering for Black Sabbath. On April 26, 1971, Black Sabbath celebrated an unexpected victory with a historic concert. The 1970 ban on their appearances at London’s Royal Albert Hall was suddenly lifted a year later after the success of Paranoid. To mark the occasion, the band broke their two-month silence in Britain with a concert for their faithful fans. The artwork by Massiveface is his interpretation of Black Sabbath’s classic “Iron Man” from Paranoid. The meaning “Iron Man” is not about a superhero – it’s a self-fulfilment prophecy. It’s about a man who goes into the future and witnesses the apocalypse. Going back to his own time, he encounters a rogue magnetic field, which turns him into a mute, steel creature. Unable to talk, he still tries to warn people about the impending end of the world, but is only mocked for his troubles. Angry and bitter, he eventually causes the devastation he’d warned everyone about. Ultimately the would-be hero becomes the villain. ” “The piece is based on my interpretation of Iron Man, the idea of a tortured, other worldly being sent to help humans but mocked and ridiculed when he turned to iron. I wanted to give him an ancient godlike appearance. I thought this paired well with the Colosseum like architecture of the Royal Albert Hall as a reference to Black Sabbath’s 1971 London gig. Photos are of the actual poster you will receive. This poster did not make it across the Atlantic Ocean without picking up a couple bumps on the left side, as pictured. This are very small and nothing framing can’t handle. Please look at the photos closely so you know exactly what you are getting. Thank you for looking!