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Rolling Stones Some Girls Large Store Display
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pan style=”FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Verdana”>With the release of their 1978 album “Some Girls,” the Rolling Stones went back to basics of hard-hitting rock ‘n’ roll. This refreshing reversal was very well received and the album’s success can only be compared to their highly successful “Exile on t1:street w_st=”on”>t1:address w_st=”on”>Main Street.” “Some Girls” finds the Stones encompassing the disco backbeat of “Miss You”, the wicked “When the Whip Comes Down”, the moving ballad of “Beast of Burden”, and Keith’s best outlaw song, “Before They Make Me Run.” Greatness inside the wrapper, the front cover immediately was an eye catcher with its pin-up appeal. It is interesting to note that the cover used on this display is a variation of the original album art that of course featured the custom die cuts. To sell the album in the stores the creative staff at Warner Bros. produced this provocative stand-up display. This enormous display offered (4’3″) is one of the sexiest displays in rock ‘n’ roll. It features the topless pin-up, wearing nothing but arm-length gloves, bracelet and bikini bottoms. The title of the album is strategically placed on the girls buttocks with the trade mark tongue logo. This is a very difficult display to find and it has never been used. The fold creasing are the original shipping folds.
Auction End: 17-Nov-05 Post Views: 1911
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