Some Nice Blue Notes For The Price Guide
We’ve seen several nice Blue Note records break the $1,000 price barrier in the past couple of weeks, including the copy of Cool Struttin’ by Sonny Clark that sold for $3,416. Here are some of the Blue Notes that we will be entering into the Jazz Collector Price Guide this weekend.
Lee Morgan, Candy, Blue Note 1590. This was an original West 63rd Street pressing. The record was VG++ and the cover was M-. The price was $1,575.
Lee Morgan, Indeed, Blue Note 1538. This was an original Lexington Avenue pressing in VG+ condition, both record and cover. The price was $900.
Thad Jones, The Magnificent Volume 3, Blue Note 1546. This was an original West 63rd Street pressing. The record was VG++ and the cover was M-. The price was $500.
Then there are these records from Sonny Clark:
Sonny Clark, Cool Struttin’, Blue Note 1538. There was the copy in M- condition sold by Euclid Records that went for $3,416. There was another in VG+ condition that sold for $1,324.99. Then there was a copy of Sonny Clark, Dial S For Sonny, Blue Note 1570. The record was VG+ and the cover was VG. The price was $863.60.