Rolling Stones Rare Cromalin Proof for Solid Rock LP
A rare cromalin proof of the Original Production Artwork
RCA – PD49467
A Very rare unreleased 1st Generation original cromalin proof for the Rolling Stone’s release SOLID ROCK LP This expensively made cromalin proof now 37 years old, differs from the released version as the Rolling Stones banner at the top is in the wrong typeface and sits too close to the illustration of the stones. The back cover carries the London record label, whereas this version was only ever reeleased on DECCA. This was later corrected for the released verson making it a super rare piece of Stones history & is likely to be
the only one in existence.
Proof artwork was made in very small quanitites as it was used for approval by just the management artist and record company. Cromalin proofs are even rarer because of the expensive process they were normally only produced in ones or twos. All these are now produced digitally, making these beautiful artworks increasingly rare and valuable.
They come with a hand signed letter of authenticity from the studio commissioned to produce the artwork by the record company.
This rare artwork is part of the Shoot That Tiger Archive.
Solid Rock is a compilation by The Rolling Stones released in 1980. It was the first Decca compilation in five years. It would be followed by a compilation of ballads a year later called Slow Rollers.
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