Today on eBay, Friday, Oct. 3

I just spent the past couple of hours looking ahead on eBay, today and through the weekend. Today is a pretty slow day, which is not unusual for a Friday. But the weekend, is absolutely loaded with great collectible records. So, for now, I’ll post a few to look out for today: Later today or early tomorrow morning, I’ll post a long list of highlights for the weekend. Make sure you check it out. 

We start out Friday with a record I LOVE: Lou Donaldson, Quartet, Quintet, Sextet, Blue Note 1537. This is an original Lexington Avenue pressing in M-/VG condition. It’s already at $364 dollars, which is too rich for my blood in this condition, even though I STILL don’t own an original of this.

Sometimes the way in which a record is listed on eBay makes all the difference. Take this record: Frank Rosolino, I Play Trombone, Bethlehem 26. The key to this record as a collectible is the presence of Sonny Clark in a nice quartet setting. But the seller didn’t bother to put it in. But now you know. 

One more in the same category: Gil Evans Plus Ten, Prestige 7120. This record always seems to sell better when it’s mentioned that Steve Lacy is one of the musicians. 

You don’t think of jazz records on the Motown label, but here’s one on a Motown affiliate: Pepper Adams Plays the Compositions of Charles Mingus, Workshop 219. It’s a nice record, too.

Finally, there’s the seller Mojee, who has a bunch of very nice records on eBay this weekend, including Herbie Hancock, Maiden Voyage, Blue Note 4195.

2 Responses to “Today on eBay, Friday, Oct. 3”

  1. Joe Panettieri Says:

    Al,

    Congrats on the continued growth of Jazz Collector. Pleased to see you blogging daily. You gave me a huge break nearly 3 years ago. Now, I’d like to return the favor in a small way.

    Check out http://www.pandora.com. It’s a free online music site where you tell the system what types of music you like. Then, the system serves up great music over and over again. And yes, there’s Jazz. Lots of it.

    Sorry, no vinyl on Pandora.com. I guess they left that market niche to the ultimate jazz expert: The Jazz Collector.

    All the best,
    -jp


  2. Odded Says:

    Welcome back! I too have used Pandora but I now live by http://www.lastfm.com. Every track you play will tell your Last.fm profile something about what you like. It can connect you to other people who like what you like – and recommend songs from their music collections and yours too. I also integrates with your iTunes library – check it out…


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