ORNETTE COLEMAN Something Else!!!! 1959 US issue of the 1958 mono 9-track vinyl LP on the yellow Contemporary label with C3551 catalogue number, recorded February 10 and 22, 1958 at Contemporary’s studio in Los Angeles with Don Cherry, WalterNorris, Don Payne & Billy Higgins, scarce pasted picture sleeve with the M3551 catalogue number to the front & reverse. The sleeve shows light ringwear & discolouration; there is a little corner wear with no seam splits. The vinyl shows justa handful of light cosmetic marks leaving the vinyl Excellent – a really nice copy.
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John Coltrane is my Sunday Mass.
Gonna have a smoke and a coffee and read the gospel.
Happy spinning, Vinyl Junkies
LARRY YOUNG Into Something. Very rare 1964 US 5-track mono deep groove LP on the New York Blue Note label with VAN GELDER & ‘ear’ etched into the runout grooves on both sides, pasted picture sleeve. Young’s debut for Blue Note is a hard-bop delight featuring Grant Green, Elvin Jones and Sam Rivers on tenor saxophone.The sleeve shows some edge scuffing, discolouration to the reverse and a previous owners name written discreetly in the reverse top left hand corner, however, it is free of rips/tears and al text is clearly legible. The vinyl shows some faint hairlines and scuffs [nothing excessive] and grades a strong VG – play testing reveals no great loss in fidelity. With mint copies regualrly topping the £300 mark, here’s your chance to pick up a more than acceptable play copy at an advantageous price.
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