For the Price Guide: Tina Brooks, Shades of Redd

Here are still a few more for the Jazz Collector Price Guide. This have already been logged into the database, so you can see them if you click on the price guide. 

Jutta Hipp, Jutta, Blue Note 5056. This was an original 10-inch LP in VG+ conditon, both record and cover. The price was $330.

Jackie McLean, Capuchin Swing, Blue Note 4038. This was a second pressing in M- condition. The price was $191.30.

Sonny Rollins, Newk’s Time, Blue Note 4001. This was an original West 63rd street pressing in VG+ condition, both record and cover. It sold for $598.

Here’s a real heavyweight we’ve talked about previously:

Tina Brooks, True Blue, Blue Note 4041. This was an original pressing. The record was in VG condition, the cover was VG++. The price was $1,625.

Bill Evans, Waltz For Debby, Riverside 399. This was an original blue label mono pressing. The record was VG++ and teh cover was VG+. The price was $355.

Freddie Redd, Shades of Redd, Blue Note 4045. This was an original West 63rd Street pressing. The record and cover were both in VG+ condition. The price was $715.

John Coltrane, Tenor Conclave, Prestige 7074. This was an original New York pressing. The record and cover were both VG+. The price was $276.11.

Beverly Kenney, Born to be Blue, Decca 8850. This was an original promo copy. The record was VG++ and the cover was VG+. The price was $230.50.

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