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This holiday season, get your friends and relatives who love music one of these outstanding record collections, books or clothes.
Get the gift guide from the Associated Press below.
Merchandise from Sweet Relief Musicians Fund
This image released by Sweet Relief shows a T-shirt, one of many music-themed merch for sale by the nonprofit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to benefit career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or age-related problems. (Sweet Relief via AP)
The nonprofit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund provides assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or age-related problems.
One way to help Sweet Relief help others is to help yourself or your loved ones to some cool music-themed merch, from totes, T-shirts, tank tops, caps, mugs, bags, sweatshirts and more. Check out their “Music Heals” and “Music Is Love” lines. Proceeds from each purchase go to help those in need.
“Music Is History” – $30
“A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash” – $60
This image released by Insight Editions shows "A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash," by singer-songwriter Graham Nash. (Insight Editions via AP)
Singer-songwriter Graham Nash has been taking photographs longer than he’s been making music. His collection of images over the years — “A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash,” out Nov. 30 — captures unguarded many fellow celebrities like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Mama Cass Elliott, Twiggy and, of course, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
“I’ve been a very lucky man in some very strange places,” Nash writes in the introduction. Many of the images have a surreal flavor, some have a political vibe and some are just random subjects he encountered on a street.
“Tha Carter Singles Collection” – $200
Lil Wayne has dropped the vinyl box set “Tha Carter Singles Collection,” which features 19 of the rapper’s hit 45 rpm records, including “A Milli,” “Hustler Musik,” “How to Love” and the unreleased until now “Carter III”-era song “Ya Dig.” Two liner lithographs and a booklet filled with never-before-seen photos are included in the box, which is decorated with Lil Wayne’s tattoos.
“Tha Carter” peaked at No. 5 in 2004 on the Billboard 200, “Tha Carter II” reached No. 2 a year later, and both “”Tha Carter III” “Tha Carter IV” and “Tha Carter V” all reached to top spots in 2008, 2011 and 2018, respectively.
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“Billy Joel — The Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1” – $250
This combination of photos shows "Billy Joel – The Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1" a box set of Billy Joel’s first six albums. (Columbia Records via AP)
Billy Joel is celebrating 50 years of making music this year and he’s reminding us all how it started. “Billy Joel — The Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1” contains nine LPs: His first six solo studio albums (“Cold Spring Harbor,” “Piano Man,” “Streetlife Serenade,” “Turnstiles,” “The Stranger,” “52nd Street”) with his first live album (“Songs in the Attic”) and “Live at The Great American Music Hall — 1975,” a previously unreleased concert recording available for the first time in the box set as a double vinyl album.
The box also includes a 50-page booklet highlighting Joel’s early career through archival photos, his insights on his songs, and tributes from fellow musicians, artists and celebrities.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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