ROLAND KIRK Triple Threat ORIGINAL 1956 King EXTREMELY RARE ! Holy Grail of JAZZ
November 30, 2016
December 10, 2016
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One of the most sought-after jazz LPs of all time, an ORIGINAL PRESSING
of Roland Kirk's very first LP. This is a Black CROWNLESS King label from
1956. This DEEP GROOVE record sounds fantastic in amazing condition.
The ONE track that sounds like it's ever been played is the first track on
side two. I'm a very strict record grader.
This is the Holy Grail LP of jazz collectors. And it's a great record, too.
There are no seam splits. There is some damage on the back cover at
the top left side. SEE PHOTOS.
I've been a serious record collector for 50 years. For 25+ of those years I've worked in new and used record shops cleaning/grading/pricing LP's. I've accumulated many great records in excellent condition over the years.
Every record that I'm selling is from my personal collection. They are not dusty, dirty records.
The record you are bidding on has been cleaned on the top-of-the-line Nitty Gritty Machine and play-graded with a new Grado stylus. It has been accurately and conservatively graded.
As many of you already know, vinyl from the 50's, 60's and early 70's might appear to have scuffs, etc but when played sound excellent, with no audible defects. Vinyl from the mid-70's on might look fine but are sometimes crappy pressings, made with re-cycled vinyl etc. I go the extra mile to be accurate with my grading.
I ship records promptly and securely in record mailers with sufficient padding. BID WITH CONFIDENCE. Thank you.