…..we’ve just bought a killer collection of rare jazz – obtained from the private collection of an ex-employee of the legendary London jazz record shop ‘Dobells’. We are currently working through the collection but eagle-eyed jazzers in the office have spied a whole run of rare British jazz from John Surman, Chris Mcgregor, Tubby Hayes, Michael Gibbs, New Jazz Orchestra, Mike Westbrook Concert Band….pheeeww…and if that doesn’t whet your jazz whistle then keep your eye on the jazz store at eil.com – there are some very big hitters like 1st issue Blue Notes waiting to be added to the site…
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