Ain’t nothing but a jazz thing here at eil.com this week with a vast array of top jazz rare vinyl and CDs coming through the doors, here’s a few to whet your jazz whistle, see them all in our Jazz collectors store.
Graham Collier Septet – Deep Dark Blue Centre: Original 1967 UK brown & white Deram label 6-track MONO LP, a wonderfully alluring deep jazz album recently unearthed and reevaluated by the likes of DJ Gilles Peterson, who’s Impressed compilationsdid a great deal to revive British jazz in the last few years for a new generation of jazz and rare groove fans; non-flipback front laminate picture sleeve. The sleeve has a small pen date & name annotation to the reverse and shows some minorwear with just a small amount of age yellowing to the mostly white back, the labels have just a few light spindle marks to show it has been played and, the vinyl has just a few light surface marks but thanks to the superior quality of 1960’s vinyl minimises their effect. A really nice example of this almost fifty year old pressing £125
Tubby Hayes – Late Spot At Scott’s: (Rare 1963 UK 5-track mono vinyl LP on the rough textured black & silver Fontana label, recorded live at Ronnie Scott’s Club in May 1962 with Jimmy Deuchar, Gordon Beck, Freddy Logan & Allan Ganley, front laminatedflipback picture sleeve. £350
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity – Take Me To The Water: Rare Mod Psych 1969 UK 7″ vinyl single with intact three prong centre, also including Indian Rope Man, Marmalade company die cut paper sleeve with number annotation. The vinyl is Excellent with just light evidence of play. Very cool! £125
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