Vinyl For the Jazz Collector Price Guide
And here’s more jazz vinyl from the newly updated (we hope) Jazz Collector Price Guide.
Not sure how we missed this one, but, to be fair, there’s been quite a large number of copies of this record on eBay lately, particularly one considered to be quite rare: Hank Mobley, Blue Note 1568. This one had the West 63rd Street address on both labels, but not the New York 23. So it is considered rare but less rare, original but less original. This one was probably VG+ for both the record and the cover. It sold for $2,456.
Sonny Rollins Plus Four, Prestige 7038. This looked to be an original New York pressing with the original cover design, although there was no mention of the frame, or kakubishi cover. This one was in VG++ condition for both the record and the cover and it sold for $332. Here’s another Rollins from the same seller: Sonny Rollins, Moving Out, Prestige 7058. This was also an original New York pressing. The record was M- and the cover was just VG. This one sold for $472.
You don’t see this one too often, at least not with the red vinyl:
Marty Paich Quartet With Art Pepper, Tampa 28. This was an original pressing with the red vinyl. The record and cover were in VG+ condition. It sold for $635.
Hank Mobley, Mobley’s Message, Prestige 7061. This was an original pressing listed in M- condition for the record and VG+ for the cover. It sold for $689.