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 – Return Visit!: Rare 1963 UK first press 5-track mono vinyl LP on the ‘rough’ textured black & silver Fontana label, recorded live in New York on the 23rd of June, 1962, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. Both sleeve & vinyl are in fantastic condition!
Keith Tippet – You Are Here… I Am There: Very rare 1970 UK 8-track stereo LP of British jazz at its most progressive, fully laminated picture sleeve. Both the sleeve & vinyl appear Excellent to Near Mint with very little evidence of wear & signs of play. A lovely one owner example
Jemeel Moondoc Trio – The Evening Of The Blue Men:Rare 1979 US private pressing two-part vinyl LP on the short-lived Muntu label, includes The Evening Of The Blue Men Part 3 [Double Expo] recorded March 30, 1979 live at Saint Marks Church in New York City and Theme For Diane, picture sleeve with catalogue stickers to the reverse. The sleeve [EX] shows just a little light wear to the opening edge, however nothing particularly severe and the vinyl is Near Mint
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- Tubby Hayes - Grits, Beans And Greens - 180gram Vinyl - German - vinyl LP - £19.99, $27.39, €23.59 (New Item) (arrived 09-Sep-2021 12:44)
TUBBY HAYES Grits, Beans And Greens (2019 German pressed limited edition remastered 5-track LP pressed on 180gram Vinyl released to mark the 50th Anniversary of the sessions which were thought to be either lost or destroyed until theirrecent rediscovery, including versions of For Members Only, Grits Beans And Greens, Rumpus, You Know I Care and Where Am I Going, picture sleeve with sleevenotes insert. This copy is still in its opened shrinkwrap leaving it Near Mint SFJL1969)