Dear Jazz Vinyl Collectors all over the world:
Sorry for the long break, but here I am, back again,
and will continue to list extremely rare Jazz Records in mostly perfect condition, collected within the last 50 years.
Please bid with confidence and good luck!
ROUND ABOUT MIDNIGHT
AT THE CAFE BOHEMIA
BLUE NOTE BLP 1524
Kenny Dorham (trumpet) Bobby Timmons (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) J.R. Monterose (tenor sax) Sam Jones (bass) Arthur Edgehill (drums)
"Cafe Bohemia", NYC, 1st set, May 31, 1956
Original 1st MONO pressing with 767 Lexington Ave NYC address on both labels.
„RVG“ engraved by hand both sides.
„ear“ engraved by hand both sides, No R under E of Blue Note.
Deep Groove on both sides. Flat Edge, Framed Cover.
Labels are absolutely clean on both sides, wearless spindle hole, NO spindle wear on labels.
Deadwax Side A: BNLP 1524 A – engraved by hand
Deadwax Side B: BNLP 1524 B - engraved by hand
Side A: M-
The playing surface looks rarely played and retains nice gloss.
There are NO visual blemishes of any kind, so visual grade is M-
NO scuffs, NO marks, NO scratches.
There is one hairline spot which is absolutely unfeelable! NO other signs of wear or marks or scratches.
Side B: M-
Same as Side A, NO scuffs, NO marks, NO scratches.
NO blemishes of any kind.
AUDIO GRADING: M-
Plays perfect on both sides with NO noticeable acoustic imperfection of any kind.
NO tics, NO pops, NO clicks, NO surface or background noise.
Plays superb! This LP has been fully playgraded to strictly conform to described condition and is fully guaranteed!
You'll receive superb High Fidelity sound! And You'll have a hard time to find a similar one!
COVER GRADING: 1st original VG++
light laminated front cover in very nice condition with sharp corners, tight seams and spine fully readable.
Very light rubbing to seams and corners is to mention.
NO ringwear, NO seamsplits, NO tears, NO stains.
Backside (liner notes) in extremely good condition, fully readable.
Light yellowed due to age, two removed tape stripes on downside visible (see pics) to prevent seamsplit (keep in mind: there is NO seamsplit!)
Cover address on back: 767 Lexington Ave, New York 21
Comes with the original rice paper inner sleeve.
- cleaned on a Loricraft PRC 6 record cleaning machine with use of 'L'Art du Son' cleaning liquid.
- playgraded on a Linn System with use of mono or stereo cartridge
- graded by Goldmine Standard.
- all records will be shipped in very sturdy cardboard mailers,
additional protected by double bubble wrap.
Vinyl will be put outside the cover, hosted in a new antistatic inner sleeve (after cleaning) to prevent seamsplits during shipping process.
- for any further questions please email to wiener(at)wienerwerkstaette.de.
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