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Post subject:   PostPosted: Nov 14, 2012 - 05:00 PM
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Not jazz, (well there is some jazz on it) but I picked this up for super cheap at a record show here in Boston recently.

I know a little about it, I understand it's considered the forst "rock" lp, ever. It's a pretty hard record to find, do you think the guys on the rock boards might know anything about it?


Pretty cool, never seen that one. I bet somebody over there knows about it! P.S. I like steak also! Smile

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After a look on popsike, you should move this to super collectibles. This thing has went up to $800 a few times and always gets a few hun dun! What shape is the vinyl in? That's a winner homie!

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Thanks!

This was amongst a group of "world" records, that a guy from Quebec had. I was considering buying a copy of Moog Indigo, when I came across this one. I immediately put M.I. down, paid the man, and then wandered off without even looking through what else he had. I had seen this one before.. I was amazed to see it in person, much less be able to buy it.

I'm mostly wondering about pressing numbers and whatnot.. I'm curious as to how many of these were pressed.. I don't think it's been reissued.

I'm also a little obsessed with the cover model.. I think it's the same girl they used on early copies of Fantasy's Tjader Plays Mambo but I'm not 100% certain.

Oh, and the record is in great shape, as is the sleeve.. no splits, etc... I've listened to it at least four times since I bought it.

Hood, you've been finding some gems there yourself, good scores.

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Thanks Cody, it's been pretty slow around here lately. Those 2 blue notes were the best thing I've seen in a while.At least the best thing that I wouldn't have to sell my car to buy!
It's waiting game with a lot of luck tied in. Pays to do your homework!

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Hit a nice little stack. These were the best in it....

Sonny Rollins vol. 2 -- W. 63rd press in vg condition
Horace Silver- Doin' the Thing-- New York press -- vg to vg+
Jimmy Smith- A New sound-- W. 63rd press vg vinyl no cover
Horace Silver- Tokyo Blues-- New York press --VG+ vinyl no cover
If anyone has a decent cover to these last 2 I'd love to buy it!!!

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Charlie Parker Vol. 1&2- Savoy Mg 9000 and 9001
Original cover from 1950-1951. Sleeves are split on top & bottom, but the discs are VG....maybe VG+ on a side or two. Sorry about the reflection.



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One of the best I've ever heard and one of the rarest that I own.
George Wallington with Donald Byrd, Jackie McClean, Paul Chambers, and Art Taylor.
Progressive plp 1001 - 1955



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You've been batting 1.000, hood...well done!

I met the younger brother of George Wallington about ten years ago, definitely a hipster. He actually sold me one of the records from his big brother's collection...Monk's 'Genius of Modern Music - Volume 1' on a 10" Blue Note 5002. Still have the disc, but in the meantime George's brother was reunited with his elder sibling in a place where the instruments never go out of tune.

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John Coltrane - Meditations on Impulse, great condition, incredible album.

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You've been batting 1.000, hood...well done!

I met the younger brother of George Wallington about ten years ago, definitely a hipster. He actually sold me one of the records from his big brother's collection...Monk's 'Genius of Modern Music - Volume 1' on a 10" Blue Note 5002. Still have the disc, but in the meantime George's brother was reunited with his elder sibling in a place where the instruments never go out of tune.



Thanks, that's pretty awesome that you can say you own one of his records, and a killer one at that. Sad to hear of the passing. I love the Bohemia record, but am actually meeting a guy this weekend to see if he's willing to drop the big doe on it. Hate to sell but the right amount will send this one out the door! haha

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