Updating The Price Guide, Dec. 2, 2008

Here are some items we’ll be adding to the Jazz Collector Price Guide today. Most of these have previously appeared on the site, so we’re not providing new links. Here goes:

Gigi Gryce, Rat Race Blues, New Jazz 8262. This was an original pressing, deep groove, purple label. Both the record and cover were in M- condition. Price: $205.50

Jutta Hipp at the Hickory House, Blue Note 1515. This was an original Lexington Avenue pressing. The record was VG- and the cover was VG. Price: $201.50

Art Farmer Quintet with Gigi Gryce, Prestige 209. This is a 10-inch LP. Record was M- and the cover was VG+. Price: $190

Hank Mobley Quintet, Blue Note 1550. This was an original pressing. The record was VG+ and the cover was VG. Price: $435

Donald Byrd, Byrd in Hand, Blue Note 4019. This was an original pressing with the West 63rd Street address. The record was VG++ and the cover was VG+. Price: $232.82

Dexter Gordon, Daddy Plays the Horn, Bethlehem 36. This was an original deep groove mono pressing with the red label. Record was VG++, cover was VG+. Price: $400

Blue Mitchell, Out of the Blue, Riverside 293. This was an original pressing with the blue label. Record was M- and the cover was VG++. Price: $296.60

Chet Baker and Art Pepper, Playboys, World Pacific 11234. This was an original pressing. Record was M- and cover was VG+. Price: $371

Max Roach, We Insist, Candid 8002. This was an original mono pressing. The record was M- and the cover was VG++. Price: $75

Art Pepper, Modern Art, Intro 606. This was an original pressing in VG condition. Price: $415

Dave Burns, Warming Up, Vanguard 9143. This was an original pressing. The record was M- and the cover was VG+. Price: $90

Donald Byrd, Fuego, Blue Note 4026. This was an original pressing with the West 63rd Street address. Record and cover were M-. Price: $317

Please check out the Jazz Collector Price Guide whenever you get a chance. We try to update it every week, but are not always fully successful.

3 comments

  • Rudolf A. Flinterman

    Al, what’s cookin’? It is silence all the way since Dec. 3.

  • Hey, Rudolf. Sorry. Everything’s OK. I got very busy was a project in my real job and I was having a hard time dividing my mind. I’ll be back posting on Jazz Collector this week, probably starting on Tuesday.

  • Rudolf A. Flinterman

    Good to see you are there! Take care, Rudolf

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