Updating The Price Guide, Part 2

Here are some more items we’ll be loading into the Jazz Collector Price Guide today:

Jackie McLean and Company, Prestige 7087. This was an autographed original New York pressing. The record was M- and the cover was VG++. Price: 418

Horace  Parlan, Headin’ South, Blue Note 4062. This was a New York USA pressing — not original — and was in M- condition. Price $371

Zoot Sims and the Modern Art of Jazz, Dawn 1102. This was an original mono pressing. The record and cover were in M- condition. Price: $105.01

We were watching this one to see if it had much value as a collectible. Apparently not: Dexter Gordon, Live at the Amsterdam Paradiso, Catfish 336-337. This was a double LP with the records VG++ and the cover VG+. Price: $30.53

Johnny Griffin, The Congregation, Blue Note 1580. This was an original West 63rd

street pressing with the cover by Andy Warhol. The record and cover were both in VG+ condition. Price: $360

Lou Donaldson, The Time is Right, Blue Note 4025. This was an original West 63rd Street pressing in VG+ condition. Price: 191.30

Thelonious Monk, Himself, Riverside 235. This was a blue label pressing — not original — in M- condition, both record and cover. Price: $225.95

Curtis Fuller Volume Three, Blue Note 1583. This was an original West 63rd Street pressing. The record and cover were both in VG++ condition. Price: $553

Marty Paich, I Get a Boot out of You, Warner Brothers 1349. This was an original stereo pressing. The record and cover were both in VG+ condition. The price was $122.39

Thelonious Monk, Monk, Prestige 7053. This was an original New York pressing with the Andy Warhol cover. The record was VG++ and the cover was also VG++. Price: $710

Beverly Kenney, Born to Be Blue, Decca 78850. This was an original black label pressing. The record and cover were M-. Price: $315.99

Albert Ayler, New York Eye and Ear Control, ESP 1016. This was a stereo pressing. The record was M- and the cover was VG++. Price: $91

Hank Mobley, Workout, Blue Note 84080. This was a New York USA Stereo pressing. The record was VG++ and the cover was VG+. The price was a surprisingly high $215.13

Dexter Gordon, Daddy Plays the Horn, Bethlehem 36. This was an original red label pressing in M- condition, both vinyl and cover. The price was $749.11

Finally, there was Sonny Rollins, The Sound of Sonny, Riverside 241. This was an original white label pressing. The record was M- and the cover was VG++. Price: $269

Please take a look at the Jazz Collector Price Guide. We’ll be adding all of these, and others, today. We’re also getting ready to post some new items on eBay and we’re pondering doing another free record giveaway, so stay tuned.

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