| Genre || Jazz || || || |
| Style || Bebop || || || |
| Speed || 33RPM || || || |
DISC: VG++ condition. Nice gloss. Plays fine. Looks like only light use if any. Just a couple super light small scuffs.
COVER: VG+. Very nice. (see pics).
LABEL: VG+. (see pic). (pic provided).
Please wait for invoice if you win multiple items (postage discount). Postage $4.00 (USA) //// $16.00 (OUT OF USA). Strong sturdy packaging. Thank you.
A rare ten inch LP that (we are told) was issued privately by Dizzy himself and Dave Usher (owner of Dee Gee) before Dee Gee was sold to Savoy. Rare modernist possibly silkscreened art cover. This was reissued later with a different cover. Back cover is blank. These copies are very rare.
(From jazzdisco dot org) Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) John Coltrane (alto,tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Percy Heath (bass) Carl "Kansas" Fields (drums) Freddy Strong (vocals)
Detroit, MI, March 1, 1951
4015 Tin Tin Deo
4020 Birks' Works
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) J.J. Johnson (trombone) Budd Johnson (tenor saxophone) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano) Percy Heath (bass) Art Blakey (drums) Joe Carroll, Melvin Moore (vocals)
NYC, April 16, 1951
3636 Lady Be Good
3638 The Champ, Part 1&2
Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet) Bill Graham (alto,baritone saxophone) Stuff Smith (violin) Milt Jackson (vibraphone, piano, organ, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Al Jones (drums) Joe Carroll (vocals)
NYC, October 25, 1951
2303 On The Sunny Side Of The Street