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The Starman’s 267-piece collection will be viewable to the public beginning in November.
Plus, Prince’s Yellow Cloud guitar fetched $137,500.
Featuring early iterations of “So Blue” and “Gotta Broken Heart Again” along with an unfinished, “virtually unrecognizable version” of “Sometimes It Snows in April”.
Despite the high sticker price, the album’s new owner must abide by an 88-year copyright.
Helping to raise money for guitarist Thomas Fekete’s cancer treatments.
Proceeds will benefit the Baltimore Community Foundation’s Fund For Rebuilding Baltimore.
Third Man Records to release the two-song 10-inch on Record Store Day.
Earl Sweatshirt, Okkervil River, Sky Ferreira, Four Tet, and London Grammar are also involved.
All proceeds benefit soldiers and their families.
The petting zoo, ferris wheel, and arcade… all of it can be yours.
Rare lyric sheets are expected to fetch up to $2 million.