I’ve been spending time this weekend updating the Jazz Collector Price Guide and realized there are a bunch more interesting items we’ve mentioned here but haven’t followed up, so here are a few of them:
George Wallington, Jazz For the Carriage Trade, Prestige 7032. This was an original New York pressing with a record in M- condition and a nice shiny cover in VG++ condition. It sold for $395.
Sonny Criss Plays Cole Porter, Imperial 9024. This looked to be an original pressing in M- condition for both the record and the cover. It sold for $350.99.
Lou Donaldson, Swing and Soul, Blue Note 1566. This was one of the recent records sold by the Jazz Record Center. It was in M- condition for both the record and the cover and it sold for $544.44.
From that same auction were these:
The Wes Montgomery Trio, Riverside 310. This was an original pressing in M- condition and sold for $305, the highest price we’ve seen for this record.
Sonny Clark, Leapin’ and Lopin’, Blue Note 4091. This was an original pressing also in M- condition. It sold for $430. Dexter Gordon, One Flight Up, Blue Note 4175. This was an original pressing that sold for $342. Finally, there was Kenny Drew, Undercurrent, Blue Note 4059. This was the ostensible second pressing with the deep groove on side one only. This was in M- condition and sold for $1,202.77.