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2490 days ago,
Princeton Record Exchange www.PREX.com...You jazz lovers out there might have noticed that it's been a little while since we have had a large jazz collection. Today we are pleased to announce a beauty which includes over 200 "rares", those records whose value we peg at $25.00 and up./nThe customer who collected these clearly had a love for all things jazz as the titles range from 30's and 40's swing, Dixie and traditional, through the classic bop era, and up to the more modern soul-jazz and spiritual-jazz period of the 70's./nThere are many fantastic and sought-after first and early-pressings on Blue Note, Prestige, Impulse, Verve, Contemporary, and many more classic labels./nHighlights include:
Jackie McLean "A Long Drink of the Blues", New Jazz NJLP-8253, d.g., $299.99
Jackie McLean "Makin' the Changes", New Jazz NJLP-8231, d.g., $299.99
Red Garland "All Mornin' Long", Prestige PRLP-7130, yellow NYC, $299.99
Johnny Griffin "Way Out", Riverside RLP 12-274, blue label, d.g., $199.99
George Wallington, etc., "The New York Scene" New Jazz NJLP-8207, d.g., $499.99
Joe Henderson "In 'n Out", Blue Note BLP-4166, NY USA, "ear", $249.99
and, oh so many more!/nFor those whose budgets are a little tighter, have no fear. While there are many expensive tiles here, there are around 600 at a measly $1.00 a piece and many hundreds more from $1.99 to $14.99. This collection is heavy on imports, particularly British and French; there are dozens of the "Black & White" big band series for example. It includes hundreds of original pressings, but also many much cheaper later pressings and reissues. Also notable are a large number of "DJ"/ "Audition" copies, many that look unplayed. The conditions for the most part are excellent with the covers and vinyl in very good shape. As you might expect with records this old, there are a scratch here and there, but overall, they are a real pleasure.