We are constantly updating our stock of rare and collectable jazz that we have in stock here, and it covers a wide range of artists and styles. We have modern, fusion, free jazz, jazz-funk, jazz funk, and just about any subgenre of the expansive music style you can think of, with rare pressings from around the world.
Below are some of the latest arrivals that we have in stock, and you can find out full range of jazz titles over at eil.com
MILFORD GRAVES & DON PULLEN Nommo (Very rare original 1967 US three-part private press vinyl LP on a dark blue & yellow SRP label, the second volume of the ‘In Concert at Yale University’ recording and one of America’s first DIY Free Jazz records. This collector’s example was obtained from Jazz Journal’s Barry McRae’s personal collection. As a British writer for Jazz Journal for many years, ‘Bazzer The Jazzer’, as he was to become affectionately known, built up a massive collection of jazz vinyl of all kinds. Many were review copies, others signed gifts from musicians, or promo copies, in addition to the enormous number of records he bought for himself over the years. The heavyweight pasted picture sleeve even includes the super rare two page document, one A4 page for Graves and one page for Pullen that present SRP Records and describe the music. See ‘more info’ for condition details… LP-290).
ORNETTE ’59 Lenox School Of Jazz (Strictly limited editions 1970s Italian issue of the 1959 US privately pressed 11-track vinyl LP, the legendary fund-raising record for the summer Jazz camp, featuring the cream of Jazz including Jimmy Giuffre, Gary McFarland, Al Kiger, Attila Zoller & Ran Blake. The picture sleeve shows just a little sun fading to the top and spine with minimal sign of wear. The vinyl has a little cosmetic mottling on side A with just a light hairline across Jingles, otherwise displays very little sign of play leaving it Excellent – A stunning copy of a mythical Jazz beast! S.O.J.1/2)
DON RENDELL & THE NEW JAZZ QUINTET Roarin’ (Monster Rare British Jazz 1961 UK white label test pressing for the first press 7-track mono LP, with plain white labels and stamped ‘Sample Not For Sale’ on B-Side . Recorded in London, June 17 & August 29, 1961 with Graham Bond [alto sax], John Burch [piano], TonyArcher [bass] & Phil Kinorra [drums], within a front laminated flipback picture sleeve with the catalogue number printed on the back along with a record shop sticker. Please see more information for futher details on condition JLP51).
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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