More from the Vinyl Vault: Jazz Plus

A great selection of titles awaits you upon your arrival at ESA on Friday morning…  More LP’s will be put out on successive days as these ones sell.

Single LP’s $2 each
Double albums $4 each
Some ***’d items priced individually…  ask at the Circulation Desk about these items

Important Reminder:  All vinyl is sold in “as is” condition.  While we are fairly confident of the “playability” of the albums we are putting out for sale, we cannot make any warranties.


A selected inventory includes the following:


Jazz, Vol 5 CHICAGO 1, Folkways Records
Jazz, Vol 10 Boogie Woogie and Jump, Folkways Records
The Jazz Album, Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass
51 West Swing Concert (Count Basie Band, the Kansas City Six and Benny Goodman)
Swing Vol1, RCA Victor, Vintage Series
McGill Jazz Band, Dir. Gerry Danovitch (1979 mixed programme)
The Mills Brothers’ Greatest Hits, (1958 DOT Records)
John Coltrane, Giant Steps, That’s Jazz #9 (1976 Atlantic Records)
Play a Fats Waller Song, DIck Wellstoof and Friends of Fats and Jane Harvey Vocalist (Music Minus One, 3 discs)
Jazz of the Thirties, Encyclopedia of Jazz on Records (DECCA, 2 discs)
Composers’ Brass Group, Canadian Anthology Vol 1 (2 disc set)
Canadian Brass Live (2 disc set, 1985 CBS Masterworks)
The Glory of Baroque Brass, The Canadian Brass (1983 RCA Victor Red Seal)
The Pachelbel Canon, The Canadian Brass Plays Great Baroque Music (1980 RCA VIctor Red Seal)
The Canadian Brass, Special Limited Direct to Disc Recording (1977, Umbrella, UMB-DD5)
The Village Band, A Nostalgic Recolletion by the Canadian Brass (1981 RCA Records)
Dave Brubek’s Greatest Hits (1966 Columbia)
Time Further Out, The Dave Brubeck Quartet (1961 Columbia)
Ride Like the Wind, Freddie Hubbard (1982 Elektra)
At the Savoy, Coleman Hawkins (1973 Sunbeam)
lester leaps in, Lester Young feat. Charlie Christian, Count Basie and Benny Goodman (1976 Jazz Live)
Everybody Knows/The Dave Clark Five (1968 Capitol)
Take the Holiday Train, The Duke Ellington Orchestra (1980 Phoenix)
Just Friends, LA4 (1978 Concord Jazz)
The Greatest Hits of Nat King Cole, Vol 2 (1972 Capitol)

***Extra Special Stuff…  ask at the Circulation Desk

***Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Budd Powell, Charlie Mingus and Max Roach, Live at Massey Hall, May 15th, 1953 (Joker Records, 1975)
***Carnaval, Wynton Marsalis (1987 CBS Masterworks)
***Wynton Marsalis (self-titled debut album, 1982 Columbia)
***Lady Soul, Aretha Franklin (1968 Atlantic Records)
***Louis Armstrong’s Greatest Hits (1967, Columbia Records)
***Alive, Chuck Mangione (1972 Mercury Phonogram)
***Milestones, Miles Davis (1958 Columbia)
***Miles Davis’ Greatest Hits (1969 Columbia)
***The Very Best of Bird, Charlie Parker (2 disc set, 1977 Warner Bros)
***Lullaby in Rhythm, Feat. Charlie Parker (1972 Spotlight)
***Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Dizzy Gillespie feat. Lalo Schifrin (1984 ALA)
***Straight No Chaser, Thelonius Monk (1967 Columbia)