JAZZ Vinyl & CDs at 991.com this week includes Sun Ra, Buck Clayton, Bill Evans, Wayne Shorter, Paul Gonsalves & More…

Ain’t nothing but a jazz thing here at 991.com with some top jazz rare vinyl and CDs coming through the doors over the past week, here’s a few to whet your jazz whistle, see them all here.

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Original pressed jazz rarities…

SUN RA AND HIS INTERGALACTIC COSMO ARKESTRA Live At Montreux: 1978 US 13-track double LP, recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1976, gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just light shelfwear & the vinyl remains excellent with both discs looking barely played, more info here

Classic jazz, original and high end audio reissues……

BUCK CLAYTON A Buck Clayton Jam Session: Early 60s UK mono vinyl LP on the rough textured black & silver Philips label, featuring two lengthy jam numbers recorded 16/12/53 with Joe Newman, Urbie Green, Sir Charles Thompson, Freddie Greene & more, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. More info here

Jazz reissues, new releases and vintage pressings with prices to suit all…..

BILL EVANS Alone: 1970 UK 5-track stereo LP, an up close & personal solo outing from Evans, featuring On A Clear Day You Can See Forever & the deep & side-long Never Let Me Go, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. More info here

High end audio CDs….

WAYNE SHORTER Speak No Evil: 1999 US remastered 7-track CD album released as part of the ‘RVG’ [Rudy Van Gelder] series, promo stickered glossy card picture slipcase sleeve. Great sounding reissue of this legendary album. The sleeve shows verylittle wear and the disc appears ‘as new’, more info here
Ultimate Jazz, rare originals…..

PAUL GONSALVES QUARTET Boom-Jackie-Boom-Chick: 2006 Japanese limited edition issue of the super limited 1964 8-track mono LP pressed on 200gram vinyl, replicating the original Vocalion label design, laminated flipback sleeve and album notes down to a tee. You can always rely on attention to detail with the Japanese and this is a beautifully remastered edition at a fraction of the cost of an original. The sound quality is glorious and worth it alone for the opening title track, which is an absolute knockout! Complete with Japanese text insert and obi-strip. Now scarce and in demand itself, both sleeve and vinyl are in near mint condition ***Limited to 800 copies only***. More info here

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