Goldmine Jazz Album Price Guide

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Krause Publications, 2004 - Antiques & Collectibles - 576 pages
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Collectors of jazz on vinyl know how difficult it can be to find pristine copies of original classic jazz recordings, and ever-changing market values can make pricing those albums even more difficult. With this fantastic, updated 2nd edition, collectors will be able to accurately price records using the most current US market values. This all-encompassing reference features all types of jazz issued on 331/3 rpm long-playing records, including Dixieland, bebop, big band, swing, West Coast, fusion, modern and many others. It includes over 40,000 albums released between 1948 and today, valued in three grades of condition, as well as a thoroughly illustrated label guide for easy distinction between first editions and later pressings. Collectors will discover thousands of records not listed in any other price guide.

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Tim Neely is a voracious record collector with more than 30 Tim Neely is a voracious record collector with more than 30 years of experience. His personal collection exceeds 20,000 years of experience. His personal collection exceeds 20,000 albums, and he is a regular contributor to Goldmine magazinealbums, and he is a regular contributor to Goldmine magazine. Heas also edited and written nearly 25 record price guides. Heas also edited and written nearly 25 record price guides, including Goldmine Price Guide to 45 RPM Records and Goldm, including Goldmine Price Guide to 45 RPM Records and Goldmine Standard Catalog of American Records. ine Standard Catalog of American Records.

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