This October Bellmans Auctioneers in Wisborough Green is to auction a collection of cassette tapes recorded by Gary Barlow from Take That.
The collection will be sold on Friday 11th October. The sale includes a collection of nine cassette tapes containing approximately 100 tracks and is expected to realise between £1000 - £2000.
The collection is fully illustrated on www.bellmans.co.uk and has been open to view since Friday, October 4.
The cassette tapes were composed and recorded by Gary Barlow between 1986 and 1990. The tracks include Gary Barlow singing, accompanied by an electronic keyboard with a majority of the tracks un-released.
Five tracks were later released on Take That albums including; A Million Love Songs (released on Everything Changes, 1993 and Nobody Else (two versions), released on Nobody Else, 1995.
Eight of the cassette cards are inscribed in Barlow’s hand with the track listings and four signed by Gary Barlow himself.
Simon Garner, Works of Art Specialist, comments; “I am extremely excited about the sale of the Gary Barlow tapes and look forward to seeing the market value for such a unique collection of items, especially due to Gary Barlow’s popularity’.”
For more information and to view the collection online, please visit www.bellmans.co.uk.
These tapes are offered for sale without copyright, broadcast rights, performers consents and other re-production rights. The buyer must apply to the relevant parties to obtain such clearance and consents as may be necessary.