What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby neonico on Tue Nov 24, 2009 9:21 am

this forum.....
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby ScottR on Tue Nov 24, 2009 11:04 am

heres mine:

weatherbox
sons of pioneers tour books (uk & jp)
trophies 1 & 2
pretty much all of the singles from ql, gtp & td
each eye a path (signed)
worlds in a small room (original version jp vinyl)
perspectives (signed) I had bought two of these and sent one to my girl friend in japan, funny...never spoke to her again after that. :(

I'm sure there is more. I would need to dig out the boxes :)
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby sisterlondon on Sun Mar 07, 2010 10:51 am

Probably the value isn't much, but anyone knows if the Live in Japan 12" EP is any rare at all? I got one today.
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby neonico on Sun Mar 07, 2010 12:56 pm

sisterlondon wrote:Probably the value isn't much, but anyone knows if the Live in Japan 12" EP is any rare at all? I got one today.



perhaps you can ebay it or google it and with a bit of luck perhaps yull find it there...... :smt006
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby sisterlondon on Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:51 am

Yeah good idea about ebay :)

And darn, we have lots of spam here today :(
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby roxyubikbladerunner on Mon May 24, 2010 2:46 pm

My programme from the 82 Tin Drum (and final) tour - i dont remember much about the concert but the programme sums up their style and sense of fashion.
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby Q Quarters on Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:38 am

I got pretty much all of the official Japan/members stuff. Nearly everything.. Never payed too much for an item, because I follow Japan ever since "Adolescent Sex" came on Toppop (dutch top of the pops) in 1979. Bought all the stuff straight after the release. All for normal/reasonable prices.

But my most valued Japan items would be:

- 1977 Demos
- bootleg "Leidenese Boys" (concert in Leiden, Holland - Most valued to me, cos I was there..)
- bootleg "Visions Of China" (great triple album - with members from YMO)
- Rob Dean "The Lost Tapes"

still looking for "The Art Of Parties" tour though.. The last show with Rob Dean.

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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby tulipmania on Fri Jun 04, 2010 6:11 am

I have a few items of interest;


-Perspectives (UK) book signed by DS

-The framed original photo-montage from Perspectives, entitled "Avoriaz"
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby recordscans on Fri Oct 08, 2010 9:22 am

Some of the more valuable items i have are:

Perspective (with signed Sylvian photo)
double sided acetate of the US Canton / Vision Of China promo 12"
2 single sided acetates of the Japan compilation LP in the US
several bootleg LP's
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby neonico on Fri Oct 08, 2010 1:36 pm

1. prada coat
2. nordlead
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Re: What is your most valued Japan/Sylvian item?

Postby franksunland on Sun Nov 06, 2011 12:35 pm

I have a box set of David Sylvian bootlegs called "A Stronghold of Pleasures - The Live Chronicles". The box set includes a recording from the In Praise of Shamens Tour 1988, Everything and Nothing Tour 2001, Slowdive Tour 1995, Road to Graceland Tour 1993 and The First Day Tour 1992. While all these recordings are widely available the box set is in a DVD format with double CDs and printed lists of the tour details and comes in a handmade brown boxm my copy is number 14 and if I remember correctly there were only 100 available. I will attached pics tomorrow, if anyone is interested in having a look. I do think it is one of the rarest unauthorised items.
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