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    Chuck Mangione with Harvey Mandel at the Armadillo World Headquarters & Other Lot (AWH, 1975). Concert Posters (2) (10.75" X 15.25" & 11" X 17"). Rock and Roll.
    Jazz flugelhorn player Chuck Mangione headlines this concert event at the famous Austin music venue with guitarist Harvey Mandel on this poster designed by Ken Featherston, which features an ethereal image of Mangione in the sky with his horn intertwined with a snake. Also included is a concert poster for jazz musician Herbie Hancock for his performance at Santa Barbara's Arlington Theatre (Pemabo Ltd., 1970s). Unrestored concert posters with good color and clean overall appearances. They may have general signs of use, such as slight edge wear, tears, pinholes, smudges, unobtrusive stains, and a chip in the upper border of the Herbie Hancock poster. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Rolled, Very Fine-.

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    August, 2016
    7th Sunday
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