Ain’t nothing but a jazz thing here at 991.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.
Don Rendell – Roarin’: Monster Rare British Jazz 1961 UK white label test pressing for the first press 7-track mono LP, with plain white labels and stamped ‘Sample Not For Sale’ on B-Side . Recorded in London, June 17 & August 29, 1961 with Graham Bond [alto sax], John Burch [piano], TonyArcher [bass] & Phil Kinorra [drums], within a front laminated flipback picture sleeve with the catalogue number printed on the back along with a record shop sticker. Please see more information for futher details on condition
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.
Norma Winstone – Edge Of Time: Very rare British Jazz 1972 UK 7-track debut solo LP on Argo. Norma was a master of wordless vocal improvisation, and by exploring new forms of phrasing and breath control she could solo with the best of them. Alsoincludes standout performances by Kenny Wheeler, Paul Rutherford, Art Themen, Chris Pyne, Chris Laurence and John Taylor, matt picture sleeve. The sleeve shows only very light corner creasing and has the vintage pricer sticker in the corner leaving it Excellent. The vinyl shows just a few points of Axial wear, with little other sign of play and lovely clean labels leaving it also Excellent. A beauty!
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