Ain’t nothing but a jazz thing here at eil Towers with some top jazz rare vinyl and CDs coming through the doors over the past week, here’s a few to whet your jazz whistle, see them all
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Original pressed jazz rarities…
Sealed circa 1966 US issue of the classic 1955 8-track mono LP, including the formidable talents of Kenny Dorham, Hank Mobley, Doug Watkins & Art Blakey. We believe this copy to be a Liberty issue & it remains factory sealed, the vinyl mint & unplayed, more info HORACE SILVER And The Jazz Messengers: here Classic jazz, original and high end audio reissues……
1999 US 5-track digitally remastered SACD [Super Audio CD] – playable only on SACD players. Recorded live at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco in 1980. Issued in ajewel case with picture sleeve booklet containing liner notes by Bill Milkowski and new performance photographs, plus outer picture slipcase, more info JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, AL DIMEOLA & PACO DE LUCIA Friday Night In San Francisco: here
Jazz reissues, new releases and vintage pressings with prices to suit all…..
1966 UK issue of the classic 1959 10-track mono LP, recorded live at The Town Hall on 15 September 1959, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows little of its age & the heavyweight vinyl is Excellentwith just the lightest few signs of play, more info NINA SIMONE At Town Hall: here
High end audio CDs….
Limited 1996 Japanese RVG 20bit mastering 8-track stereo CD in ‘The BN Works – 1500 Unissued’ series, containing a previously unreleased Blue Note session from November 20, 1957 with Eddie McFadden on guitar & Donald Baileyon drums, complete with Japanese liner notes booklet & obi-strip, more info JIMMY SMITH Lonesome Road: here
Ultimate Jazz, rare originals…..
Rare 1961 US 7-track deep groove mono LP on a black & silver Pacific Jazz label, the classic meeting between the two giants of the West Coast ‘cool school’, first released in 1956 under the title Playboys. Also features the talents of Phil Urso on Tenor, Carl Perkins on Piano, Curtis Counce on Bass & Lawrence Marable on Drums, great picture sleeve variant, more info CHET BAKER & ART PEPPER SEXTET Picture Of Heath: here