Some more for the Jazz Collector Price Guide:
Duke Ellington and John Coltrane, Impulse 30. This was an original white label promo copy. It was in M- condition, both record and cover. The price was $326. We’ve actually seen this go for slightly higher before. Interesting — I went to a play with Mrs. JC the other day (Mrs. Jazz Collector, not Mrs. John Coltrane), and they were using 1960s mood music between scenes. One of the tracks was from this album, In a Sentimental Mood. After the fourth note, I was able to identify it. Not difficult really — it’s a very recognizable version. Excellent play, by the way: The American Plan. Worth seeing if you’re in New York.
We were watching these two LPs from Serge Chaloff and questioning how big a difference the presence of Sonny Clark was have on impacting the price. Quite a bit, it turns out:
Tags: Capital Records, Duke Ellington, Ernie Henry, Jazz Collector Price Guide, John Coltrane, Lee Morgan, New Jazz Records, Oliver Nelson, Serge Chaloff, Sonny Clark, Strata-East Records, The American Plan, The Heath Brothers