Finding rare jazz records in the right condition can be a hard task, but it does happen for us and we will always bring the best titles to our customers. We have stocked some of the most sought-after jazz records in existence and continue to bring the more rare and unusual titles to our catalogue as often as we can.
To give you an idea of the range you can see some of the latest arrival highlights below, and check out the constantly updating catalogue we have at eil.com
THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET Time Out (1962 US issue of the 1959 7-track mono vinyl LP on the ‘2 eye’ red Columbia label with ‘For demonstration use only not for sale’ sticker to the Side 2 label as well as the reverse of the pasted picture sleeve. The sleeve show just a little light edgewear and the vinyl has minimal sign of play – a fantastic example CL1397)).
SKIN ALLEY To Padgham & Beyond (Debut 1970 UK first press 6-track stereo LP with plain orange CBS labels, housed in a superb matt gatefold picture sleeve. The sleeve is Very Good with a price sticker tear on the front & a number annotation on the back, as well as some additonal age wear scuffing. The vinyl remains in Excellent condition with few signs of play).
MOONDOG Moondog (Rare original 1969 UK plain orange label 8-track stereo LP, comprising some of Moondog’s most approachable work, mainly of an Orchestral nature, & features such Jazz notables as Hubert Laws & Ron Carter. Includes the recentlysampled ‘Bird’s Lament’ [Get a Move On / Mr Scruff], housed in a gatefold pocket picture sleeve. The unlaminated cover inevitably shows some edgewear, but free of any rips/tears etc, the vinyl is clean & in Excellent condition with light play only).
Be sure to check out the rest of our jazz rarities on eil.com, and if you have any items to sell, please call us on 01474 815099
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