Two of the three vinyl records from "The Concert For Bangla Desh" boxed set, signed on the labels by most of the major artists who took part in the concert. As I'm able to post only 2 photos here, I'm showing the labels from sides 5 and 2. Will be happy to email photos of the other two labels and/or larger files of the photos of these labels shown. The signatures incude: Side 5, Bob Dylan (in black ballpoint or biro pen, near center), Ringo Starr (in pencil, upper left), George Harrison (pencil, upper right), Eric Clapton (pencil, between Ringo and Dylan), and Phil Spector (in black ballpoint, lower right). Side 6, Jesse Ed Davis (black ballpoint, to left), Klaus Voorman (pencil, upper right) and Carl Radle (pencil, lower right). Side 2, Billy Preston (black ballpoint, lower left) and Badfinger (Mike Gibbons, Pete Ham, Joey Molland and Tom Evans, all in pencil). Side 1, Ravi Shankar (black ballpoint, left), Ali Akbar Khan (black ballpoint, upper right) and Leon Russell (black ballpoint, bottom, upside down from this vantage). The signatures were obtained over a number of years by veteran collector John Morgan, who started collecting in-person signatures in the late 1960's. These are just the two vinyl records, the box and photo booklet is not included (though I have a photo booklet from the set signed by some of the participants, which I am offering separately). This is the most complete set of signatures of the concert participants that I'm aware of. This has added personal meaning to me, as I attended this concert as a teenager.