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.
Tubby Hayes – Live 1969: 1986 UK Harlequin label 6-track live LP, documenting one of Tubbs’ final gigs with the Mike Pyne, Ron Matthewson and Spike Wells quartet, picture sleeve with notes from Spike on the reverse. The sleeve shows minimal wearand the vinyl appears barely played. Essential addition to your ”Tubular” collection
John McLaughlin – Where Fortune Smiles: 1971 UK first issue orange Dawn label 5-track vinyl LP, also featuring the talents of John Surman, Karl Berger, Stu Martin & Dave Holland, textured gatefold picture sleeve complete with fold-out information leaflet. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl appears barely played.
John Surman/John Warren – Tales Of The Algonquin: Rare original 1971 UK red & white Deram label 9-track LP, the baritone saxophonist’s last album for Deram comprised of a suite of 5 tracks, all played by a large stellar cast, with many expertlyrealised solos from some of the best British jazz modernists of the 60’s, including Mike Osborne, Barre Phillips, Kenny Wheeler, Alan Skidmore and many others, matt picture sleeve with vintage Dobells price sticker to the reverse. The sleeve& vinyl appear Near Mint.
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