Are old jazz records worth anything?

Are old jazz records worth anything?

The most frequently mentioned are first pressings of early Blue Note titles of Lee Morgan, Hank Mobley and Sonny Clark, which come in at the $5,000 mark. Early Transition label is up there with the most expensive. Many of these copies will be located today in Japan, the biggest market in collectible jazz.

How much are small vinyl records worth?

The average eBay selling price for vinyl records is around $15, though vinyl record values vary significantly: from 50 cents to $50 or more. You need to do some research to determine exactly how much your vinyl records are worth.

What are the smaller size records called?

Extended Play vinyl records (EP) Extended play records have a run time that is shorter than long-playing records and longer than vinyl singles. Eps don’t have a standard format and are recorded in 12-inch, 10-inch, or 7-inch records.

Where can I find rare jazz vinyl records?

Browse our range of impressive jazz vinyl 45’s and albums. All available online at Rare Soulman records. Surround yourself with the contemporary jazz sounds of Gregory Porter, George Benson, or even add legendary jazz legends Count Basie, Dave Brubeck, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington etc. to your collection.

How many jazz vinyls are there in our collection?

With over 900 high-quality jazz vinyl to browse in our collection, add the unique sounds of jazz to your current record collection. The condition and authenticity of our vintage rare soul originals are always carefully and closely scrutinised.

Where can I find the Best Jazz at the best price?

. Welcome to the Jazz House Records site, bringing you the best jazz at the best prices, on vinyl & cd, new & used. All vinyl is used unless marked NEW or NEW/SEALED in the comment column; all cds are new unless marked SH. Prices are in sterling and are valid until the next update.

What are the different types of jazz LPs?

The listings include the categories: B=Big Bands, BL=Blues, E=Early Jazz, F=Fusion, LAW=Latin/African/World, M=Modern Jazz, S=Mainstream Jazz, SW=Spoken Word, V=Vocal Jazz, R= Rock, W= ‘Classical’ New & Audiophile lps currently in stock are listed in ‘All LPs’and in the relevant category, with the category prefixed with ‘A’.