…..we’ve just bought a killer collection of rare jazz – obtained from the private collection of an ex-employee of the legendary London jazz record shop ‘Dobells’. We are currently working through the collection but eagle-eyed jazzers in the office have spied a whole run of rare US jazz….pheeeww check out those Blue Notes…and if that doesn’t whet your jazz whistle (then what will?)…..keep your eye on the jazz store at 991.com
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