Catching Up on eBay, One More Time
Here’s an update on some of the items we’ve been watching lately on eBay:
Kenny Dorham and Jackie McLean, Inta Somethin’, Pacific Jazz 41. This was an original pressing in M-/VG++ condition. We had targeted this is a potential bargain. It sold for $71. What do you think? Definitely a very nice record.
I have a feeling this one also may have been a bargain: Eric Dolphy, Out There, Prestige New Jazz 8252. This was an original purple label pressing in M- condition. Price. $103.51
Charles Mingus at the Bohemia, Debut 123. This was an original pressing in M-/VG+ condition. We expected it to go for a high price and it did, also beating the dealer’s reserve. Price: $460
Then there were the two Tal Farlow LPs on Norgran: The Interpretations of Tal Farlow, Norgran 1027. This was an original yellow-label pressing with a nice cover by David Stone Martin. Price: $150 The Artistry of Tal Farlow, Norgran 1014. This was an original yellow-label pressing in M-/VG+ condition. Price: $151.40. If you haven’t read it yet, we recommend the post on Tal from our friend, and Tal’s, Dan Axelrod. You can view it here.
Lee Morgan, Indeed!, Blue Note 1538. This was an original Lexington Avenue pressing that seemed to be in VG++/VG+ condition. Price $898
Barbara Lea, Lea In Love, Prestige 7100. This was an original New York pressing in M-/VG++ condition. Price: $229
I guess our mention didn’t help to generate any interest in Sal Salvador records, even this one with Phil Woods and Eddie Costa, Shades of Sal, Bethlehem 39. It had a start price of $49.99 and didn’t sell.
Dave Bailey, Reaching Out, Jazztime 003. This was an original pressing in VG+/VG+ condition. Price: $348
Sonny Rollins, Tour De Force, Prestige 7126. This was an original New York pressing in VG++/VG++ condition. Price: $162.66. Did you happen to catch our birthday tribute to Sonny a couple of weeks ago. If you missed it, click here.