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.
Harry James – Still Harry After All These Years: Scarce 1979 US ’40th Anniversary’ limited edition Sheffield Lab audiophile 10-track LP recorded direct to disc & pressed on high quality vinyl. Housed in the original 12″ textured picture box with fold-out picture insert. The box and contents are in superb condition and the vinyl is Excellent with minimal play only – sounds great too!
Monica Zetterlund – Make Mine Swedish Style: Very Rare 1964 UK-only 10-track mono LP on the rough textured black & silver Philips label, featuring the Swedish Jazzbomb recorded exclusively at Philips Studios in London with the Bill McGuffie Quartet, including percussion from Barry Morgan [co-founder of Morgan Studios]. Comes housed in an attractive & unique front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve [VG+] has some light ring wear & minor chipping to the laminate & paper around the edges & to the odd corner. All text is clearly legible, including along the spine, & there is no writing. The vinyl has a lovely deep sheen both sides & grades Excellent with just the very lightest couple of paper hairlines not affecting play. A stunner & so hard to find.
Lucy Ann Polk – Sings With The Dave Pell Octet Songs By Jimmy Van Heusen: Very Rare Vocal Jazz 1954 UK 8-track 10″ LP, on the maroon & gold London label, housed in a non-laminated scalloped flipback picture sleeve. The delicate sleeve has lovelyclean panels & grades VG+ with only a little faint scuffing & a light patch of tape residue in the top left corner. The vinyl still shines & grades EX/EX- with the odd faint paper hairline scuff to show play.
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