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Rockin’ at the 2i’s Original Metal Printing Plates for the 1958 Vinyl Album Cover Artwork Magenta
Rockin’ at the 2I’s The 1958 Decca Release serial – Decca – LF 1300 has become a rare and sought after 10 inch vinyl. recorded ate the legendary Soho bar, individual copies of this treasure regularly trade for £50.00 or more.
Even more rare than these, are the actual printing plates that were transferred from Decca to the Art Studio Shoot That Tiger. This particular plate is for the Magenta colour separation and is the one of the four existing plates Approx 21×25 inches in metal.
This plate would look great mounted with an original sleeve if you have one. (as shown) Original Sleeve not included with the plate
It was likely that a re-release was planned either in the 70s or 80s on CD but this did not appear to have happened, even though the plates are for the original 10 inch vinyl. The album contained such pioneering rock n roll acts as
Wee Willie Nelson, singing “Rockin at the 2i’s’ and back to school again
Beryl Wayne Gypsy in My Soul
The Blue Jeans – Lonesome Traveller and When I get to Glory
The Graham Stewart Seven Black Bottom Stomp and The song of Swanee
The Worried Men. -900 Miles From Home and This Little Light
Johnny Grant. – All of Me
A chance to own a rare piece of British Rock n Roll album Cover artwork history