Listed below is a collection of real classics.
These vinyl record albums are not in mint condition but are in average used condition.
The Beat Goes On by Vanilla Fudge on Atco Records copywriten 1968
Oregon In Concert. Glen Moore, Ralph Towner, Collin Walcott, and Paul McCandless. Recorded at Vangaurd’s studio in NYC on April 8 & 9 1975.
Projections by The Blues Project. Recorded by MGM records.
New Thing At Newport featuring John Coltrane and Archie Shepp on Ipulse Records, a product of ABC-Paramount Records, Inc.
The Last Concert by The Modern Jazz Quartet cpywrite 1975 on Atlantic Records
Boys In The Trees by Carly Simon copywrite 1978 on Elektra/Asylum Records.
Coltranes Sound by John Coltrane copywrite 1966 on Atlantic Records.
The Best Of John Coltrane, His Greatest Years. A 2 record set on Impule/ABC Records.
Capitol Jazz Classics Volume 4 with Gerry Mulligan 1971 on Capitol Records.
Ahmad Jamal At The Pershing recorded Jan.16 1958
The John Renbourn Group, A Maid in Bedlam 1977 Logo Records
Miles Davis, A Bitches Brew 2 record set Columbia Records.
Miles Davis, Agharta a 2 record set 1976 Columbia Records
Capitol Jazz Classis Volume 1 Miles Davis and his orchestra, The Complete Birth Of The Cool.1971
Return To Forever featuring Chic Corea 1973
Harry Belefonte including Matilda 1956 RCA
Belefonte Sings The Blues 1958 RCA.
Johnny Cash At San Quentin
The John Lewis Piano Atlantic Records.
Ives Symphony No. 4, Leopold Stokowski/American Symphony Orchestra Columbia Records.
Shostakovich Fifth Symphony Eugene Ormandy The Philadelphia Orchestra Columbia Records.
Earl “Fatha” Hines Coronet Records.
Deutche Gramaphone Franz Schubert Including String Quartet in D Minor with the Melos Quartett Stuttgart.
The Jazz Piano Inventions of George Quittner.
‘A rare collection of outstanding improvisations taped informally in the Quyinttner living room, Cleveland, Ohio, 1979”
Historic Origins of Spain / E. Power Biggs.
“The pageantry of Spanish battle music and fanfares played in the great cathedrals of Toledo, Segovia, Salamanca and the Royal Palace of Madrid.”
An Audio Obstacle Course.
Shure trackability test record (TTR 101) for stereo cartridges.
Messiaen. Messe de la Pentecote.
Played by Charles Krigbaum on the Woolsey Hall Organ, Yale University.
Ella Fitzgerald sings the George and Ira Gershwin Song Book.
Music arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle.
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.
Easy Does It.
Reflections in Ellington.
“The 1932 band in true stereo and on the road with the great 1940 band.”
Columbia Archive Series
“The Original Sound of the 20s”
The complete Lionel Hampton 1937 – 1941 a six record set.
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