JAZZ Vinyl & CDs at eil.com this week includes Warm Dust, Nucleus, Count Basie and more

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

Warm Dust And It Came To Pass 2-LP vinyl record set (Double LP Album) French WRM2LAN554183

WARM DUST And It Came To Pass (Amazing 1970 French 10-track vinyl 2-LP set on the Pye label rather than Trend, and pressed by Disques Vogue. The ambitious debut release by the talented Jazz-Rock outfit, housed in a unique front laminated gatefold picture sleeve. Overlooked at the time & now consequently very hard to find, this impressive double album is now seen as an early classic of the genre & very highly sought after. The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear and only very light signsof age, whilst the vinyl looks barely played. A staggering copy of this brilliant album! SLDPY.748).

Count Basie The Complete Roulette Live Recordings (1959-1962) box set US CUIBXTH536673

COUNT BASIE & HIS ORCHESTRA The Complete Roulette Live Recordings (Extremely rare & limited 90s US 133-track Mosaic audiophile 8-CD box set, covering Basie’s full Roulette output from 1959 to 1962, including live recordings from Miami, Birdland & Sweden. Housed in a beautifully presented textured outer black box with front pasted picture cover, complete with two credit/tracklisting picture booklets, plus an informative 24-page LP sized booklet, containing stunning black & white session photographs of the recording orchestra and extensive liner notes, hand numbered out of 7500. Despite some wear to the cover of the inside booklet, this is a superb near mint example! MD8-135).

NUCLEUS We’ll Talk About It Later (1971 UK first issue 7-track stereo vinyl LP on the large Vertigo ‘swirl’ label, featuring Ian Carr & co’s response to Miles Davis’ pioneering electric jazz / fusion coming from across the pond at the time. The superb die-cut internal pocket gatefold picture sleeve [designed by Roger Dean] comes with its Vertigo ‘swirl’ poly-lined inner and shows some light edge scuffing to the edges as well as some shelfwear to the spine [EX/VG] while the vinyl [EX+]itself remains in lovely condition with only minimal signs of play visible to show for its age!).

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