THE KINGS OF HOLLYWOOD

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  1. Very cool! Do you own this actual autographed photo?

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  2. I wish!...I found it somewhere on the internet last year but forgot all about it until I was looking through some folders on my computer today.

    I thought I'd post it for The Byrds fans who visit my site.

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  3. After being a fan of the greatest group in the world for 46 years I thought that I had seen every picture of them, but this is a wonderful surprise for me!!!!!

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  4. Sure is Keith...be sure to click on image for higher res view.

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  5. my first byrds album was also a greatest hits bought in69, i noticed that on the first side it was the gene clark songs that i liked so i followed that thread for years-btw boots in n'cle was a great haunt in the 60's along with wonderful windows with its line of listening booths.

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  6. Hi Billy, I've bought many records in Newcastle but mostly from 1983 onwards.

    I can still remember a furniture shop on Northumberland street called 'Callers'...They had a massive records emporium upstairs on the top floor.

    That room had the most vinyl in it I've ever seen. You could get any 70s punk 45 you ever wanted, which is what I collected in my teens.

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  7. yes that was a whole floor amazing really how word would get out and with no advertising the top floor of a furniture store could be filled with long hairs[in the 70s]
    handyside arcade was the place for obscurities,bootlegs,mags ,books,posters etc aah that sweet aroma of incense floating down percy street

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  8. Handyside Arcade was great when I discovered it in the early 80s. It must have been really buzzing in the 60s with those Head Shops and boutiques...

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