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
DEXTER GORDON Our Man In Paris (Blue Note 75th Anniversary US 5-track stereo vinyl LP, first issued in 1963. Our Man In Paris found Dexter relocating to Europe for a stellar program of bop standards with pianist Bud Powell, Europe’s premier jazz bassist Pierre Michelot & drummer Kenny Clarke. Picture sleeve reproducing the orginal artwork, factory sealed with its ’75 Blue Note’ sticker. Recommended).
TUBBY HAYES Little Giant Steps (2013 UK 4-CD album set, each album is housed in a mini LP-style card picture sleeve with the complete set in a card slipcase, also includes a 32-page booklet with liner notes and company catalogue. Great selectionof hard-to-find recordings by the legendary Brit-jazzman that covers his work from the dawn of the ’60s, together with two US recorded albums with Clark Terry and James Moody/Roland Kirk – a total of 44 tracks. This copy is in ‘as new’ condition PROPERBOX176).
MICK MULLIGAN & HIS BAND with GEORGE MELLY & THE SAINTS JAZZ BAND The Saints Meet The Sinners (1959 UK 12-track vinyl LP, with front-laminated flipback picture sleeve with a great cover. The sleeve shows only a little shelfwear whilst the vinyl shows only light signs of play PMC1103).
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