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Introducing: The Royal Family of Monaco

Prince Rainier III (1923-2005)
Rainier’s mother, Princess Charlotte, was actually illegitimate. Her father Louis II, getting older and with no legitimate children, legitimized her and made her his heir. She never took the throne, and in fact renounced her rights to her son, Rainier, the day before his 21st birthday.
Rainier became the Sovereign Prince of Monaco upon the death of his grandfather in 1949.
During WW2, Rainier served in the Free French Army. During the 40s and 50s he was in a long term relationship with the French film actress Gisele Pascal. Rainier’s sister, Princess Antoinette, wanted her own son to ascend to the throne, and spread rumors that Pascal was infertile. The rumors along with her treatment by the press and public ended their relationship.
After the war Monaco, a country who made its money primarily as a gambling origin, was in crisis as wealthy Europeans found their funds diminished after the war. To restore Monaco’s treasury Rainier decided to promote Monaco as a tax haven, and he personally took control of SBM (the company who owns the Monte Carlo Casino, Opera, and Hostel de Paris) in 1964. Prince Albert still retains a large share of the company and profits from it today.
Everyone knows this one. Rainier married American film star Grace Kelly in 1956.
Their marriage is rumored to have been turbulent. It is said that Grace struggled with adjusting to royal life, regretted ending her film career, and that Rainier had extramarital affairs. Her children have stated that though she was a loving mother, they spent more time with nannies than with their parents.
Grace's dress is iconic, but here you go if you want to revisit some photos from that day.
Rainier smoked up to 60 cigarettes per day, and in the last years of his life his health steadily declined. On March 8th, 2005 he entered the hospital for a lung infection and by the end of the month he was on a ventilator suffering from renal and heart failure. On March 31st he officially announced his son Albert, as regent, and on April 6th he died.
The Constitution
Monaco’s constitution stated that Monaco is a constitutional monarchy ruled by the hereditary princes of the Grimaldi. If the reigning prince were to die without leaving a male heir, Monaco, according to the treaty, would be incorporated into France. In 2002, realizing he had a 43 year old bachelor son, Rainier amended the constitution to allow the crown to pass to his daughters should Albert not marry.
Grace, Princess of Monaco (1929-1982)
Grace was born in Philadelphia to an affluent and influential family. Her father was an Olympian and a Democratic nominee for Mayor of Philadelphia and was appointed by President Roosevelt as National Director of Physical Fitness. Her mother taught physical education at the University of Pennsylvania and coached women’s athletics at Penn.
Her Uncle, George Kelly, was a Pulitzer prize winning dramatist, screenwriter, and director and used his influence to gain Grace admission to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. Grace became one of the biggest movie stars of her generation.
In 1955 she was sent to the Cannes Film Festival and invited to appear in photos with Prince Rainier. After a year-long courtship, they were married in 1956.
Grace was not allowed to continue her acting career after her marriage. She instead devoted herself to her role as Princess, become heavily involved with the Red Cross of Monaco and the Rainbow Children Coalition.
On September 13, 1982, Kelly was driving back to Monaco after spending time at her country home. During the drive she had a stroke, lost control of her vehicle, and drove off the mountainside. She died a day later.
An article on their relationship
Prince Albert II (b. 1958)
Prince Albert is one of the wealthiest royals in the world with a net worth at more than $1B. He attended Amherst College in Massachusetts, studying political science, economics, music, and English literature, and completed his education with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He toured Europe in 1979 as part of the Amherst College Glee Club.
Albert competed in the bobsleigh for five consecutive Winter Olympics on behalf of Monaco, and was their flag bearer at the 1988, 1994, and 1998 Olympics. He is also a judo black belt.
He became Prince of Monaco when his father died in 2005.
Prior to his marriage his status as a bachelor was a hot topic of discussion. He was known to date well-known fashion models and actresses, however at age 53 had never married. It was rumored that Albert was gay, something he expressed great frustration with in the press. In 2006 he attended the opening ceremony of the Torino Olympics with South African swimmer Charlene Wittstock. They were engaged in 2010, and married in 2011.
There are rumors that Charlene tried to flee the country the day before their wedding. It is reported that the future bride, after discovering Albert may have fathered yet another child during their relationship, attempted to flee as many as three times before their wedding, however was always intercepted at the airport. It is also said she attempted to seek refuge at the South African embassy, and that officials in Monaco ended up hiding her passport so she could not leave the country.
Moreover, during their wedding, Charlene openly cried at parts, and Prince Albert was caught on camera begging her to kiss him. Honestly, she looked pretty miserable the whole time. The palace has denied all of these claims.
During their honeymoon, they stayed in separate hotels
Here's everything you ever needed to know about their wedding
Watch it
Prince Albert is passionate about the environment and an avid sportsman. Prince Albert speaks French, English, German, and Italian. He speaks English with basically no accent thanks to his American mother.
Illegitimate Children
In 2005, the day before Prince Rainier died, Albert publicly acknowledged he had fathered a son out of wedlock. In 2006, he confirmed he had also fathered a daughter. These children were barred from the line of inheritance because of a 2002 constitutional amendment requiring an heir’s parents to be married.
Alexandre (b. 2003)
Alexandre’s mother (Nicole Coste) was a flight attendant for Air France and met Prince Albert when he was a passenger on a flight. He asked for her number, the beginning of a years-long affair. The relationship ended at the insistence of Prince Rainier. Albert visited Alexandre and Nicole often, however when he refused to acknowledge Alexandre publicly, Nicole sold an interview and pictures to the media. Albert was in mourning for his father and made no public comment, but later did acknowledge paternity. Alexandre and Nicole live in France at an estate given to them by Albert.
Jazmin (b. 1992)
Jazmin’s mother, Tamara, met Albert while working as a waitress. Albert knew of Jazmin and visited her, however did not acknowledge her publicly until she was in high school to protect her identity. In 2006 the French magazine Voici published photographs of Jazmin and her mother on a visit to Monaco, outing her as Albert’s daughter. She has attended events with Albert and Charlene, and is listed as a sponsor for her father’s royal foundation.
An interview with Jazmin
Princess Charlene (b. 1978)
Born in Zimbabwe, Charlene’s family relocated to South Africa in 1989. She represented South Africa at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, finished fifth in the 4x100 meter relay.
Albert and Charlene met at the Mare Nostrum swimming competition in Monaco in 2000, however were not seen together until 2006.
Charlene converted to Roman Catholicism for her wedding, and has learned French and Monegasque after her move to Monaco. She is an ambassador for the Special Olympics, patron of the South African Red Cross, and is passionate about sport.
In recent news, she completed “the crossing” water bike challenge, a 180 kilometer water bike race for charity.
An interview with Charlene and Albert on the 1st birthday of their twins
Albert and Charlene have 2 children:
Hereditary Prince Jacques *twin* (b. 2014)
Princess Gabriella *twin* (b. 2014)
Gabriella was born 2 minutes before her brother, however because of the constitution her brother will inherit the throne. They are super sweet together and you see them at events often.
Princess Caroline of Hanover (b. 1957)
Caroline is the eldest child of Rainier and Grace Kelly, however because of the constitution her brother, Albert, sits on the throne of Monaco. She served as de facto first lady of Monaco until the marriage of Albert and Charlene.
Until the birth of her niece and nephew she was heir presumptive to the throne, although she had only held that title since 2005 after the change of the constitution to include female heirs.
Caroline received her French baccalaureat in 1974, and received a degree in Philosophy from Sorbonne University. She is fluent in French, English, Spanish, German, and Italian. Her hobbies include horseback riding, swimming, and skiing.
Married Phillippe, a Parisian banker, in 1978. The couple divorced in 1980 with no children.
Married Stefano in 1983, the sportsman heir to an Italian industrial fortune. The two had to marry in a civil ceremony rather than a religious ceremony because Caroline, a Catholic, was divorced. Caroline was 3 months pregnant at the time of their wedding.
They have three children:
  1. Andrea Casiraghi (1984)
  1. Charlotte Casiraghi (1986)
  1. Pierre Casiraghi (b. 1987)
Note: The Casiraghi’s are all very beautiful and very fashionable but I don’t want to go much into them here because they are so far down the line of succession. They’re fun to follow for their fashion if you have the time to check them out.
Married Ernst August, a Prince, in 1999. They have one daughter, Princess Alexandra.
Caroline is thus a Princess twice-over, through her family and through her husband. She and Ernst August have been separated since 2009 however are still legally married, thus she retains the title of Princess Caroline of Hanover.
Read about all of her weddings here
See her speaking in English around 12:00 here
Princess Stephanie (b. 1965)
Stephanie was in the vehicle with her mother when Grace died. She suffered a fracture of the neck.
She has studied classical dance and piano, and competed in gymnastics and horse riding. She interned at Christian Dior and debuted as a model in 1984. She has a swimwear and perfume line, and owns cafes and stores in both Monaco and Barcelona. She also has sold more than 2 million copies of her song, Ouragan, and sold 1.5M copies of her album Besoin. She recorded “In the Closet” with Michael Jackson, however is listed as “mystery girl” in the credits.
Stephanie married her former body guard, Daniel Ducruet, in 1995. When Rainier learned of their relationship Daniel was not only still his employee, but had a pregnant girlfriend too. Stephanie gave birth to their two children “out of wedlock” because Rainier refused to grant permission for them to marry, however eventually relented. The two divorced a year later after Ducruet was photographed naked with a stripper.
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They have two children:
  1. Louis (b. 1992)
  1. Pauline (b. 1994)

Stephanie and Jean never married, however have a child together. He was Rainier’s Head of Security. She did not identify him on the birth certificate and it was not confirmed that he was Camille’s father until she confirmed it herself on her Instagram.
More about Jean

Stephanie met elephant trainer (yeah, you read that right) when she presented him with the award for “best animal tamer” at the Monaco Circus Festival in 1997. Franco, a decade older than Stephanie, was married with two children at the time. Franco left his family for Stephanie, moving her and her three children into his circus caravan in Zurich. Marrying in 2001, their relationship lasted 18 months until their divorce.
An interview with Stephanie in English in 1990
Why is he a Prince and not a King?
From vogue:
It goes back deep into the history of Monaco. Monaco has always been a tiny nation, and, for protection, allied itself with (or, at some points, was flat-out annexed by) big powerful countries, with big powerful rulers—aka kingdoms, or, a nation ruled by a king or queen. So Monaco’s rulers styled themselves as prince and princess. That, by definition, made the nation a principality, or one ruled by prince or princess.
Regardless, Albert actually plays a bigger role in the day to day operations of the country than most of his European peers. Legislative power is divided between the Prince who initiates the laws, and the National Council who votes on them. Executive power is retained by the Prince, and he has full judiciary powers.
See their tiara collection
I think the Ocean Tiara, gifted to Charlene for her wedding, is particularly interesting. You either love it or you hate it.
The Grimaldi Curse
What do you think?
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Monaco GP Guide

I posted some pics the other day of my 2013 trip to the Monaco GP. Someone mentioned they were interested in some practical tips for the race as they planned to tick it off their bucket list. Here are some that I wrote up a few years back.
How much will it cost me?
So, it’s not a cheap exercise – but it doesn’t have to bankrupt you unless you want it to.
Tickets are expensive (more on that later), however the rest of it really isn't too bad. You can dial it up & down as much as you want. I'll base this on the assumption that the person reading it is a normal human being, and won't be requiring helicopter transfers from Nice airport to The Fairmont Hotel. Some indicative costs below:
2/3 star hotel with sea views (staying within 15 mins train of Monaco): <€150/night 5cl beer at the track (which you can drink in the stands): €5 Ham sandwich/kebab at the track: €4 Train from Nice: €5 Two course lunch & some drinks at a half-decent restaurant in Monaco: €35pp Team hat/shirt: €30-40
Sweet. Where do I sit? Well, you need to buy grandstand tickets - there is no such thing as general admission & you cannot see the track from anywhere in Monaco except the grandstands (or secteur rocher - I'll get to that) - there's hoarding everywhere to block views.
Widely regarded as the "best" views are Stand K1 "high". This is the first stand at Tabac corner on the harbour, seated at the back of the stand (high up). It has views of Nouvelle Chicane, the run into Tabac, Tabac corner, and the entry into Swimming Pool. If you’re in the back row, you can also stand up & peer over the edge onto the main straight. The only downside is you are not quite so close to the cars. I did K1 "low" in the very front row, and while you don't quite get the panoramic views that the upper seats get, you are literally 2m from the cars as they go past at 160km/h. And if Max Chilton punts Pastor Maldonado into the wall in front of you, you get a face full of dust & a carbon fibre winglet off a Williams F1 car to keep
Anywhere in Stand K is brilliant as you have the widest views of the track, a screen, and you're right across from the boats which is a pretty iconic Monaco GP view.
Also great was Stand B - Casino Square. You are sitting directly opposite Casino Monte Carlo, again with a screen right in front of you. The cars are not as quick through here, but regardless of how many times you've seen the race on TV, it is a bizarre sight to see F1 cars going through what is usually a busy carpark. The sound here (IMO) was much louder & better too - must have been all the echoing off buildings etc.
The best way is to jump on YouTube and look for views from various stands - you'll get a good idea pretty quickly (in French the word for grandstand is ‘tribune’ – so search “Monaco grand prix tribune k” for example). I would definitely recommend stand K & B (in that order) - maybe do a mix i.e. stand B on Saturday, Stand K on Sunday. I’m sure the other stands are fine, however I have no experience with them so can’t say.
Note: when you buy Saturday & Sunday tickets, you get tickets for Thursday Free Practice included for no cost.
Budget up to €700pp for tickets if doing a full weekend.
Book directly through the Automobile Club Monaco website ( - it is a horrible website, the ticketing UX sucks balls, and it only seems to work on Internet Explorer but persevere. They will send your tickets via registered post to your address & mine came in about Jan/Feb (ahead of the May race).
Hmm....not sure I can justify spending $1k pp on tickets.
No problem, there is another option. Secteur Rocher is a rocky hill near La Rascasse, and you can buy tickets to that for about €70 I think. There is no allocated seating so it's first in best dressed (meaning you'll need to get there early), however it has great (albeit a bit distant) views of the track and excellent views of the pits.
How do I get around while I’m there?
To get to Monaco, take the train. It costs €5 each way, trains leave every 15mins or so, and it only takes 10-15mins. The last train leaves Monaco at around 11.30pm.
It’s then only a short (but steep) walk from the train station to the grandstands, and everything’s clearly signed. The little ticket machines at the station are super easy to use too.
The roads are pretty diabolical on this weekend (the Cannes Film Festival is usually on around the same time 30mins up the road so you have all these people there at once) so buses are out, and a cab between Nice & Monaco apparently costs €250 each way on race weekend. If you have a bigger budget, helicopter transfers are easy to come across & aren’t as expensive as you might think (probably comparable to a cab).
Once you’re in Monaco, just walk everywhere. It’s tiny. The great thing is you can watch quali in the stands, then walk a few hundred metres to a myriad of half-decent (and sensibly priced) restaurants to have lunch/drinks while you wait for the next session to start.
Where do I stay?
If you have the budget, stay in Monaco if you can. While getting around is super easy, it would have been easier to just wander back to the room at the end of each day. I wouldn’t pay €500 a night or anything, but if you can get something for, say €200-250 I’d do it. That might be a bit optimistic though.
Otherwise, the obvious answer is Nice, but to be honest I (personally) would prefer to stay in a smaller town. I stayed in Villefranche-sur-Mer, but you could try Eze, Cap Ferrat or Bealieu-sur-Mer. They’re just a bit quieteprettier than Nice. Villefrance was nice & relaxed – plenty of places to eat & drink but no hustle & bussle. It was good to leave hectic/noisy Monaco behind at the end of each day and just chill in a nice quiet little town. Pretty much just look at the map & pick a town that looks nice. As mentioned, landing a sea-view room during GP weekend for under €150 is achievable (in any of the towns a few minutes outside Monte Carlo).
What else is there to do there?
Shitloads. The track opens to the public after each session (around 6pm) and then opens to traffic at 7pm. The restaurant La Rascasse turns into this massive party that spills out on to the road/track…DJs, drinks, the whole box & dice. Hundreds & hundreds of people there.
All the restaurants and bars are packed & have plenty on. There’s stuff going on in the street (merchandise, Lotus had a stand where you could drive their sim, live music in the street), beers everywhere. Lots to see.
You can go up to Casino Square, which can only be described as a circus on Saturday night. I’m not kidding, it is wall to wall rich kids posing in supercars. You are standing there watching a 20yr old kid rolling past the casino in an orange Aventador (on Kuwaiti plates…meaning he has shipped it over from Kuwait for the weekend), just wondering to yourself “who are these people?!” Young girls driving McLarens, Veyrons, SLRs, an Aston One77, Ferraris, you name it. You know the most recent Batmobile? That was there. As was a RR Phantom painted in camo green. It’s mental.
You can take a walk along the yachts & be surprised at how depressing the yacht parties look. It’s basically a bunch of rich dudes with Russian hookers all looking bored with each other, or some Poms who all bought tickets to the same VIP yacht package awkwardly trying to have a good time but failing.
You probably can’t go to any of the nice restaurants or bars. They are generally private events for special people only…I watched people getting turned away from Buddha Bar while playboys and socialites breezed in. Gotta be a part of the club. 
Is everyone there millionaires?
Nope. The crowd were mostly just genuine F1 fans from all over the world. LOTS of Aussies. My missus was a bit worried about what to wear thinking everyone was gonna be dressed up…nope.
All the billionaires are segregated in their viewing terraces or yachts.
You can generally tell who the special people are – they are always tanned, have perfect teeth. The men wear Hublot Big Bangs/AP Royal Oak Offshores, and the smoking hot women are dressed head to toe in Chanel. They are all a bunch of wankers to be honest, the whole “look at how rich I am” thing is amusing for about 10 minutes and then it becomes sad.
Monaco is a procession why would I want to go there herpa derpity derp it's the worst race on the calendar
Oh shut up, who cares. It’s an utterly brilliant spectacle & the atmosphere is amazing. You see the cars hammering around the track, and then when you’re walking the circuit 2hrs later & you cannot believe that they actually allow this race to happen. Like cigarettes or the IOMTT road race, if the Monaco Grand Prix was invented today you would be laughed out of the room for suggesting it. It is an absolutely absurd event that should be celebrated for existing in 2018.
Any other tips?
Yeah, after the race, head down to the paddock area near the pit entry/La Rascasse. They open it up to the public around 5.30/6pm. You will be able to walk into the paddock area. You’ll see drivers, team bosses, celebrities, media, etc. I said a quick hello to Michael Douglas, Christian Horner, Adrian Newey, Esteban Gutierrez, Sergio Perez. Saw DC, EJ, Brundle & co filming their post-race shows. And shook Mark Webber’s hand & congratulated him on his podium.
If you've ever said to yourself you'll go to the race "one day", you absolutely must do it.
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[For Sale]Mostly Jazz, but some other genres too. 10% off Discogs price.

I bought 400 jazz albums a few weeks back, and have some listed here. Still have to narrow them more, so will be adding on a regular basis as I work through them. I ended up with a lot of duplicates - those are listed, and others I'm debating to keep/sell... I do need to make some room. Hoping someone else likes jazz around here.
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Adam Wade And Then Came Adam $1.79 VG VG+
Ahmad Jamal The Piano Scene Of Ahmad Jamal $2.69 G+ G+
Ahmad Jamal Portfolio Of Ahmad Jamal $3.59 G+ G
Ahmad Jamal The Roar Of The Greasepaint - The Smell Of The Crowd $8.09 NM or M- VG+
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Count Basie Orchestra One O'Clock Jump $8.99 M NM or M-
Count Basie Orchestra Basie, One More Time $13.49 VG+ VG+
Creedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater Revival $8.09 VG Not Graded
Dakota Staton Madame Foo-Foo $1.79 VG VG+
Danny Toan First Serve $2.69 VG+ G+
Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck's Greatest Hits $4.49 VG+ VG+
Dave Grusin Mountain Dance $7.19 NM or M- NM or M-
David Rose Enchanted Strings $5.39 VG+ VG+
David Sancious Just As I Thought $3.14 VG+ VG+
David Sancious David Sancious $12.59 VG+ VG
Dean Elliott College Confidential $6.29 VG+ VG+
Deep Purple Made In Japan $6.29 VG+ VG+
Dennis Farnon And His Orchestra Caution! Men Swinging $3.59 VG VG+
Dewey Redman Quartet The Struggle Continues $6.74 VG+ VG
Dexter Gordon Sophisticated Giant $2.69 VG VG+
Dick Hyman Cincinnati Fats $4.49 VG+ VG+
Dinah Washington This Is My Story $4.49 VG VG
Django Reinhardt And Quintette Du Hot Club De France With Stéphane Grappelli Djangology $SOLD VG+ VG+
Don Drummond In Memory Of Don Drummond $26.99 VG VG+
Don Gardner Trio Featuring Jimmy Smith And The Wilson Lewes Quartet Jimmy Smith $1.34 G+ G+
Don Goldie Trumpet Caliente $6.29 VG+ VG
Don Nix Hobos, Heroes And Street Corner Clowns $2.69 VG VG+
Don Patterson With Sonny Stitt And Billy James The Boss Men $3.59 G+ G+
Don Pullen Tomorrow's Promises $4.49 VG+ VG
Doris Day Lights! Camera! Action! $4.49 VG VG
Drifting Cowboys We Remember Hank Williams $29.25 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Monologue $2.69 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies $3.59 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's My People $4.49 VG VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Concert In The Virgin Islands $2.69 VG VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra The Great Paris Concert $7.19 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Ellington At Newport $11.69 VG+ VG
Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong The Duke Ellington-Louis Armstrong Years $5.39 VG VG
Duke Robillard And The Pleasure Kings Too Hot To Handle $4.49 VG+ VG+
Earl Grant Earl Grant At Basin Street East $1.79 VG VG+
Earl Grant Earl Grant's Greatest Hits $2.69 VG+ VG+
Earl Grant Yes Sirree! $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Earl Hines And His Quartet "Fatha" Blows Best $3.59 VG+ VG
Earl Hines And Maxine Sullivan Live At The Overseas Press Club $1.34 VG+ VG+
Ed Conley Piano Dynamics $3.59 VG VG+
Ed Conley Piano Dynamics $3.59 VG VG+
Eddie Adcock Guitar Echoes $1.79 VG VG
Eddie Brigati Lost In The Wilderness $4.49 VG+ NM or M-
Eddie Condon Dixieland Dance Party $1.79 VG G+
Eddie Harris Instant Death $5.39 VG+ VG+
Eddie Harris & Les McCann Second Movement $2.69 G+ VG
Eddie Heywood Canadian Sunset $3.59 VG+ NM or M-
Edvard Grieg : Philippe Entremont, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy / Modest Mussorgsky : Philippe Entremont Concerto For Piano And Orchestra In A Minor, Op. 16 / Pictures At An Exhibition $3.59 VG+ VG+
Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald $3.59 VG G+
Elton John Greatest Hits Volume II $2.69 VG+ NM or M-
Eric Clapton August $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Eric Kloss / Barry Miles Together $5.39 VG+ VG+
Erroll Garner Concert By The Sea $2.69 VG+ VG+
Erroll Garner Best Of Garner $2.69 VG VG+
Erroll Garner Play It Again, Erroll! $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Etta James The Best Of Etta James $8.99 VG+ VG+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $4.49 G+ VG+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $6.29 G+ G+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $8.09 VG+ VG
Eubie Blake The Eighty-Six Years Of Eubie Blake $7.19 VG+ VG+
Eureka Brass Band Jazz At Preservation Hall I $6.29 NM or M- VG+
Ferrante & Teicher Star Wars $3.59 VG+ VG+
Fleetwood Mac Penguin $1.34 G+ G+
Foghat Foghat $2.69 VG VG
Foreigner Double Vision $2.69 VG VG+
Frank Sinatra Trilogy: Past, Present & Future $11.69 VG+ VG+
Frank Zappa Studio Tan $6.28 VG VG
Frankie Laine I'll Take Care Of Your Cares $1.79 NM or M- NM or M-
Fred Astaire, Petula Clark Finian's Rainbow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) $1.79 VG+ VG+
Freddie Hubbard Sky Dive $4.49 VG VG
Freddie Hubbard First Light $6.29 G+ NM or M-
Gabor Szabo Nightflight $4.04 VG VG+
Garland Jeffreys Escape Artist $1.79 VG+ Not Graded
Gary Burton & Steve Swallow Hotel Hello $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Gary Burton Quartet Gary Burton Quartet In Concert $1.79 G+ VG+
Gary McFarland Soft Samba $4.49 VG+ VG
Gene Ammons Boss Soul! $4.04 G+ Not Graded
Gene Ammons Brother Jug! $5.39 VG VG
Gene Ammons Free Again $7.19 VG+ VG
Gene Ammons Angel Eyes $8.99 VG+ VG+
Gene Ammons' All Stars The Happy Blues $7.19 G+ G+
Gene Bertoncini Evolution! $4.49 VG+ VG+
Gene Norman Presents Charlie Ventura Featuring The Charlie Ventura Septet, Jackie & Roy Gene Norman Presents A Charlie Ventura Concert $3.14 VG G
George Barnes And His Octet The Uncollected George Barnes And His Octet 1946 $8.09 VG+ VG+
George Benson Breezin' $1.34 VG VG+
George Benson Breezin' $1.79 VG+ VG+
George Benson Good King Bad $1.79 VG G
George Benson Blue Benson $3.59 VG+ VG
George Gershwin, Fritz Reiner, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Porgy And Bess. A Symphonic Picture $9.89 VG VG+
George McCrae & Gwen McCrae Together $8.09 M VG+
George Shearing And The Montgomery Brothers George Shearing And The Montgomery Brothers $SOLD VG VG
Georges Bizet, The London Philharmonic Orchestra L'Arlesienne Suite $8.99 VG G+
Gerry Mulligan Paris Concert $3.59 VG+ VG+
Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster $22.49 VG+ VG+
Gerry Mulligan Quartet With Lee Konitz, The Chet Baker Quintet Mulligan And Baker! $11.69 VG+ VG
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson Midnight Band: The First Minute Of A New Day $8.99 VG+ VG+
Glen Campbell By The Time I Get To Phoenix $2.69 VG+ VG+
Goldie Hawkins, Wayne Sanders Goldie's Two Pianos $4.49 G+ G+
Grady Martin And The Slew Foot Five Hot Time Tonight $3.14 G+ VG
Grady Tate Feeling Life $2.69 VG VG+
Graham Jackson (3) In Concert At Pittypat's Porch In Atlanta, Georgia $13.49 VG+ VG
Gregory Isaacs Mr. Isaaccs $12.59 VG+ VG+
Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic $3.59 VG VG
Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic $4.49 VG+ VG
Guy Van Duser Got The World On A String $3.59 M M
Hank Garland Velvet Guitar $11.69 VG+ NM or M-
Hank Jones The Talented Touch $3.59 VG VG
Harry James And His Orchestra Mr. Trumpet (Harry James Salutes The Great Trumpet Men Of Our Times) $3.59 VG+ VG+
Harry Reser & His Orchestra Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties) $7.19 VG+ VG
Harvie Swartz Urban Earth $5.39 VG+ VG+
Heads Hands & Feet Old Soldiers Never Die $5.39 VG+ VG
Heads Hands & Feet Tracks $7.19 VG+ VG
Hector Delfosse Left Bank of Paris $3.14 G+ VG
Henry Butler Fivin' Around $6.29 NM or M- VG+
Henry Mancini Breakfast At Tiffany's (Music From The Motion Picture Score) $4.49 VG+ VG+
Herb Ellis In Session With Herb Ellis $4.04 VG+ VG
Herbie Mann Live At The Whisky A Go Go $1.34 G+ G+
Herbie Mann Glory Of Love $1.79 VG VG
Herbie Mann Do The Bossa Nova $2.24 G+ VG
Herbie Mann Hold On, I'm Comin' $2.69 VG+ VG
Herbie Mann New Mann At Newport $2.69 VG VG
Herbie Mann New Mann At Newport $3.59 VG+ VG+
Herbie Mann Standing Ovation At Newport $3.59 VG+ VG+
Herbie Mann Push Push $3.59 G+ VG+
Herbie Mann Herbie Mann At The Village Gate $4.94 NM or M- VG+
Herbie Mann Memphis Two-Step $7.19 NM or M- VG+
Hot Lips Page After Hours In Harlem $4.49 VG VG
Houston Person Sweet Buns & Barbeque $3.59 G+ Generic
Huey Lewis & The News Sports $4.49 VG+ VG+
Hugo Montenegro Montenegro In Italy $2.69 VG+ NM or M-
Hugo Montenegro Love Theme From The Godfather $5.39 VG+ VG+
Idris Muhammad Black Rhythm Revolution! $22.49 G+ G+
Illinois Jacquet Banned In Boston $3.59 VG+ NM or M-
Irene Reid The World Needs What I Need $4.49 VG+ VG+
Irving Wolfe, Beatrice Krone, Margaret Fullerton The Development Of Jazz $8.99 VG VG
Jack Ellison A Parker Record $8.99 VG+ VG+
Jack Teagarden The Golden Horn Of Jack Teagarden $4.49 VG+ VG+
Jackie Davis Easy Does It $5.39 VG VG
Jackie Gleason Music For Lovers Only $3.58 VG+ VG+
Jackie McLean Tippin' The Scales $7.19 VG VG
James Blood Ulmer America - Do You Remember The Love? $5.39 VG+ VG
Jamey Aebersold All "Bird" $1.79 VG+ VG
Jay Azzolina Never Too Late $1.79 NM or M- VG+
Jazz At The Philharmonic Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol.3 $31.49 VG+ G+
Jeff Beck Blow By Blow $1.79 VG VG
Jerry Reed Sweet Love Feelings $5.39 M M
Jesse Crawford In A Monastery Garden $8.99 VG G+
Jester Hairston A Profile of Negro Life in Song $3.59 VG G+
Jim Beebe's Chicago Jazz Jim Beebe's Chicago Jazz Saturday Night Function $4.49 VG+ VG+
Jim Collier (3) Trumpet Pickin' $8.99 M M
Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra 1940 $1.79 VG+ VG+
Jimmy McGriff Countdown $3.59 VG+ NM or M-
Jimmy McGriff Blues For Mister Jimmy $3.59 G+ VG
Jimmy McGriff A Thing To Come By $3.59 G+ VG+
Jimmy McGriff Let's Stay Together $4.49 G+ VG
Jimmy McGriff Let's Stay Together $4.94 G+ VG+
Jimmy McGriff A Thing To Come By $5.38 VG VG
Jimmy McGriff A Bag Full Of Soul $7.19 VG+ VG
Jimmy McGriff & Richard "Groove" Holmes Giants Of The Organ Come Together $3.59 VG VG+
Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band Honey $3.59 VG VG+
Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band Step 1 $3.59 G+ VG
Jimmy McPartland and Jimmy McPartland's Hot Jazz Stars / Dizzy Gillespie and Dizzy Gillespie's Cool Jazz Stars Hot Vs. Cool (A Battle Of Jazz) $5.39 VG VG
Jimmy Ponder Down Here On The Ground $1.79 G G+
Jimmy Scott Little Jimmy Scott $7.19 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? $1.79 G+ VG
Jimmy Smith Respect $2.69 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? $3.14 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Respect $3.59 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Monster $3.59 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Respect $4.04 VG+ G+
Jimmy Smith Any Number Can Win $4.49 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Bashin' - The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith $4.49 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Peter & The Wolf $4.49 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Got My Mojo Workin' $4.49 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Bashin' - The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith $5.39 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Got My Mojo Workin' $5.39 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith 24 Karat Hits $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Jimmy Smith Sit On It! $7.19 VG+ G+
Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery Jimmy & Wes - The Dynamic Duo $SOLD G+ VG
Jimmy Smith Featuring Kenny Burrell And Grady Tate Organ Grinder Swing $2.69 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Featuring Kenny Burrell And Grady Tate Organ Grinder Swing $2.69 G+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Trio Jimmy Smith Plays The Standards $1.34 G G+
Jimmy Smith Trio Live At The Village Gate $3.14 VG VG+
Jimmy Witherspoon & Gerry Mulligan Jimmy Witherspoon & Gerry Mulligan $5.39 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Witherspoon, Gerry Mulligan, Ben Webster With Mel Lewis, Leroy Vinnegar, Jimmy Rowles At The Renaissance $13.49 VG G
Joe Venuti's Blue Four The Joe Venuti Blue Four $4.49 VG+ NM or M-
John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane $3.59 G+ VG
John Fogerty Centerfield $1.79 VG NM or M-
John Wood (12) / Tony Dumas Inner Merge $4.49 VG+ G+
Johnny Eaton And His Princetonians College Jazz: Modern $6.29 VG+ VG
Johnny Guitar Watson A Real Mother For Ya $1.79 VG G+
Johnny Hodges A Tribute To Johnny Hodges $8.99 VG+ VG
Johnny Smith Moods $6.29 G+ VG
Johnny Smith Reminiscing $8.09 VG+ VG
Johnny Smith And Stan Getz Moonlight In Vermont $7.19 VG+ VG+
Johnny Smith Quintet Jazz At NBC $4.49 G+ G
Johnny Smith Quintet Featuring Stan Getz Moonlight In Vermont $17.09 VG+ VG+
Johnny Smith Trio Easy Listening $1.79 G+ G+
Johnny Smith Trio Designed For You $3.14 VG VG+
Jonah Jones Muted Jazz $1.79 VG VG
Jonah Jones Muted Jazz $2.69 VG+ VG
Jonathan Butler Introducing Jonathan Butler $1.79 VG+ NM or M-
Ken Moule Cool Moule $26.99 VG+ VG
Kenny Burrell Both Feet On The Ground $3.59 VG VG+
Kenny Burrell A Generation Ago Today $5.39 VG VG
Kenny Burrell Tin Tin Deo $6.29 VG VG
Kenny Burrell / Jimmy Smith Blue Bash $1.79 G G+
King Pleasure Golden Days $3.14 G+ VG+
Kingston Trio New Frontier $1.79 VG VG
Kingston Trio Tom Dooley $2.69 VG+ VG+
Kool & The Gang The Force $3.59 VG VG
Larry Coryell The Lion And The Ram $5.39 VG G+
Latin All Stars (2) Jazz Heat Bongo Beat $5.39 VG VG+
Lena Horne & Gabor Szabo Lena & Gabor $3.59 VG VG+
Les & Larry Elgart Warm And Sensuous $5.39 VG+ VG+
Les McCann Talk To The People $1.79 F VG
Les Paul & Mary Ford Time To Dream $1.79 VG G+
Lester Young / Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie Early Modern: 1946 Concert Recordings $4.49 VG+ VG+
Lily Pons Popular Concert $7.19 VG+ VG+
Linda Ronstadt & Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra What's New $1.79 NM or M- NM or M-
Linda Ronstadt With Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra For Sentimental Reasons $2.69 NM or M- NM or M-
Lionel Hampton Soft Vibes Soaring Strings $2.69 VG G+
Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Lionel Hampton Apollo Hall Concert 1954 $1.79 VG+ VG+
Los Indios Tabajaras The Best Of $2.69 VG+ VG
Los Indios Tabajaras The Many-Splendored Guitars Of Los Indios Tabajaras $3.14 VG+ VG+
Los Indios Tabajaras Plays Classic $35.99 VG+ VG+
Lou Donaldson A Different Scene $2.24 VG VG+
Louis Armstrong At The Carnegie Hall $3.59 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong Favorites Volume 4 $5.39 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong's Hello, Dolly! $16.19 NM or M- NM or M-
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Louis Armstrong Story - Volume 2 $6.29 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Ambassador Satch $4.41 VG+ VG
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall Vol. 1 $4.49 VG VG
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall $6.29 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satch Plays Fats: A Tribute To The Immortal Fats Waller By Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars $8.99 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall Vol.2 $11.69 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra A Rare Batch Of Satch $5.39 VG+ VG
Louis Armstrong With Luis Russell And His Orchestra And Jack Purvis And His Orchestra Satchmo Style $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Louis Armstrong With Russell Garcia I've Got The World On A String $6.29 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Jack Teagarden, Bud Freeman, Al Casey, George Wettling Pops $3.59 VG+ VG+
Louis Lesther Deshabille Moi $2.24 VG+ VG+
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Josef Krips, The London Symphony Orchestra Complete Nine Symphonies $13.49 NM or M- VG+
Madonna You Can Dance $3.14 VG VG+
Martial Solal Trio The Martial Solal Trio In Concert $11.69 VG+ VG+
Martin Denny Exotica $5.39 VG VG
Max Roach / Art Blakey Percussion Discussion $6.29 VG+ VG
Max Steiner Gone With The Wind (Original Soundtrack Album) $4.49 VG+ VG+
Maynard Ferguson Around The Horn With Maynard Ferguson $2.24 VG G+
Michel Legrand The Happy Ending (Original Motion Picture Score) $2.69 NM or M- VG+
Michel Legrand Et Son Orchestre I Love Paris $5.39 VG+ VG+
Miles Davis Porgy And Bess $4.49 G+ G+
Miles Davis Quiet Nights $6.74 G+ VG
Miles Davis Sketches Of Spain $SOLD VG+ VG+
Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven $12.14 VG+ NM or M-
Miles Davis Kind Of Blue $89.99 G G+
Milt Buckner Mighty High $3.59 VG VG
Milt Jackson The Art Of Milt Jackson - The Atlantic Years $4.49 VG+ G+
Milt Jackson Quintet Featuring Ray Brown That's The Way It Is $1.79 G VG
Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels Take A Ride... $31.49 VG+ NM or M-
Mongo Santamaria All Strung Out $3.59 VG VG
Mongo Santamaria Mongo '70 $3.59 G+ VG+
Mongo Santamaria El Pussy Cat $5.39 VG VG+
Morton Gould Hi-Fi Band Concert $17.99 M VG+
Morton Gould And His Orchestra Morton Gould Program $3.59 VG+ VG+
Music Minus One For Drummers Only! $7.19 VG+ VG+
Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $8.99 VG+ VG+
Nancy Wilson / The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $1.79 G+ VG
Nancy Wilson / The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $2.69 G+ G+
Nat King Cole & George Shearing Nat King Cole Sings / George Shearing Plays $1.79 VG+ VG
Nathan Page Page 1 $89.99 VG+ VG+
No Artist Bird Songs In Your Garden $3.58 VG+ VG
Norman Luboff Choir And The Melachrino Strings Love Letters $3.59 VG+ VG
Off Broadway usa Quick Turns $2.69 NM or M- VG+
Oscar Peterson Oscar Peterson Plays For Lovers $2.69 VG VG+
Oscar Peterson Oscar Peterson Plays For Lovers $3.14 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson Great Connection $3.59 VG+ No Cover
Oscar Peterson The Jazz Soul Of Oscar Peterson $3.59 G+ VG
Oscar Peterson The Great Oscar Peterson On Prestige $6.29 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson Something Warm $6.29 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson The Great Oscar Peterson On Prestige $7.19 NM or M- VG+
Oscar Peterson & Dizzy Gillespie Oscar Peterson & Dizzy Gillespie $4.49 VG+ VG
Otis Redding And Little Joe Curtis Here Comes Some Soul From Otis Redding And Little Joe Curtis $6.29 VG VG+
Paquito D'Rivera Why Not! $4.49 NM or M- VG+
Parliament Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome $11.69 VG VG+
Pat Martino Live! $7.19 VG F
Pat Metheny Group First Circle $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Paul Desmond From The Hot Afternoon $7.19 VG+ VG+
Paul Shaffer Coast To Coast $5.39 NM or M- NM or M-
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Featuring Bing Crosby Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Featuring Bing Crosby $3.14 VG+ VG+
Pearl Bailey Around The World With Me $4.49 VG+ VG+
Pete Seeger Birds Beasts Bugs And Bigger Fishes $5.39 VG VG+
Petula Clark These Are My Songs $1.79 VG+ VG+
Phil Collins No Jacket Required $1.79 VG VG
Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! $2.69 VG+ VG
Phineas Newborn Jr. A World Of Piano ! $12.59 VG G+
Phineas Newborn Jr. With Dennis Farnon And His Orchestra While My Lady Sleeps $3.59 VG VG
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $1.34 VG VG
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $1.79 VG VG+
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $2.69 VG+ VG+
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / The Boston Pops Orchestra Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker, Op. 71 (Excerpts) $6.29 VG+ VG
Quarterflash Quarterflash $1.79 VG+ VG
Queen Samantha The Letter $2.69 M VG+
Rafael Mendez Magnificent Mendez $4.49 G+ VG
Ramsey Lewis Wade In The Water $1.34 G+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Maiden Voyage $1.79 G VG
Ramsey Lewis Goin' Latin $4.49 VG+ VG+
Ray Charles A Portrait Of Ray $3.59 NM or M- Not Graded
Ray Charles And The George Brown Orchestra Spotlight On Ray Charles Vol. II $1.79 G+ G+
Ray Conniff The Ray Conniff Love Album $11.69 NM or M- VG+
Redd Foxx The Best Of Redd Foxx $1.79 VG VG+
Redd Foxx Foxx-A-Delic $3.59 VG G+
Richard "Groove" Holmes Welcome Home $5.39 VG VG
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman Chitty Chitty Bang Bang $4.49 VG+ VG+
Richard Osborn (2) Endless $8.99 VG+ VG+
Richard Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto In E Flat Major Op 11 - Clarinet Concerto In A Major K 622 $8.99 VG VG
Robin Trower Bridge Of Sighs $4.49 VG+ VG
Rodgers & Hammerstein Oklahoma! $2.69 VG+ NM or M-
Rosemary Clooney / José Ferrer Rosemary Clooney Sings (Let's Give) A Christmas Present To Santa Claus / Jose Ferrer Sings March Of The Christmas Toys $8.99 VG G+
Roy Clark The Roy Clark Guitar Spectacular! $3.14 VG VG+
Roy Milton Roots of Rock Vol. 1 $8.99 G+ G+
Rubin Mitchell Presenting Rubin Mitchell $1.34 VG VG+
Rush All The World's A Stage $5.84 VG VG
Ruth Brown The Real Ruth Brown $3.59 G+ VG
Sarah Vaughan With Voices $2.69 VG VG+
Scott Joplin - Joshua Rifkin Piano Rags, Volume II $3.59 VG+ VG+
Scott Joplin, Joshua Rifkin Piano Rags $1.79 VG+ VG+
Seawind Light The Light $3.59 VG+ VG
Sheena Easton Madness, Money And Music $1.79 NM or M- VG+
Sheena Easton Madness, Money And Music $1.79 NM or M- VG+
Shirley Scott On A Clear Day $5.39 VG VG+
Shirley Scott Trio For Members Only $6.29 VG VG
Shirley Scott Trio Great Scott!! $7.19 VG VG+
Shirley Scott With Stanley Turrentine The Best Of Shirley Scott / For Beautiful People $4.49 VG+ VG+
Shorty Rogers And His Giants Shorty Rogers And His Giants $13.49 VG VG
Sidney Bechet Guest Artist Lionel Hampton Sidney Bechet $1.79 VG+ VG+
Sneaky Pete Kleinow Sneaky Pete $5.39 VG+ VG+
Sonny Boy Williamson (2) & The Animals The Night Time Is The Right Time $5.39 VG VG
Sonny Stitt Come Hither $3.14 G+ Not Graded
Stan Getz Stan Getz Blues $1.79 VG VG+
Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd Jazz Samba $7.19 VG VG
Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd Jazz Samba $17.99 VG+ VG+
Stan Getz Quintet / The Charlie Parker Quintet The Saxes Of Stan Getz And Charlie Parker $6.29 VG VG
Stan Kenton Encores $1.34 G G
Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Artistry In Bossa Nova $1.34 VG VG
Stanley Clarke I Wanna Play For You $1.79 VG F
Stanley Turrentine Stanley Turrentine $1.79 VG VG+
Steve Marcus Sometime Other Than Now $3.59 VG+ VG+
Steve Smith (5), Vital Information Vital Information $1.79 VG+ VG
Steve White (22) Jazz Mad: The Unpredictable Steve White $8.09 VG VG+
Stevie Wonder Songs In The Key Of Life $26.99 VG+ VG+
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles $4.49 VG+ VG+
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles $5.39 VG+ VG+
Stomu Yamash'ta / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve Go $2.69 VG+ VG+
Stomu Yamashta's Go Go Too $4.49 NM or M- VG+
T. Lavitz Storytime $3.59 VG+ VG+
Tal Farlow Tal Farlow '78 $3.59 VG+ VG+
Ten Years After Ssssh. $3.14 VG G+
The Band Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert $4.49 VG VG
The Band The Best Of The Band $8.09 VG+ NM or M-
The Beach Boys Concert $3.59 VG+ VG+
The Beach Boys Wild Honey $25.19 NM or M- VG+
The Beatles Let It Be $8.09 G+ VG
The Bluegrass Band Another Saturday Night $2.69 VG VG
The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) $4.49 VG VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Walk Tall $4.49 VG+ VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet The Best Of Cannonball Adderley $4.49 VG+ VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Country Preacher $5.39 VG VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet The Best Of Cannonball Adderley $5.39 NM or M- VG+
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! - Live At "The Club" $8.09 VG VG+
The Charlie Barnet Quartet Jazz Oasis $1.79 G+ G+
The Charlie Rouse Band Cinnamon Flower $3.59 VG+ VG+
The Crusaders Old Socks, New Shoes...New Socks, Old Shoes $3.59 VG G+
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Jazz Impressions Of Eurasia $2.69 G+ G
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A. $11.69 VG+ VG+
The Don Elliott Quintet The Don Elliott Quintet $8.99 VG VG
The Fents The Other Side $2.69 VG+ VG+
The Fireballs The Fireballs $8.09 G+ VG
The Fleetwoods The Fleetwoods Greatest Hits $6.29 NM or M- NM or M-
The Four Freshmen The Best Of The Four Freshmen $4.49 VG+ VG+
The French Market Jazz Band Direct From New Orleans $5.39 VG VG+
The George Benson Quartet It's Uptown $17.99 NM or M- NM or M-
The George Russell Sextet George Russell Sextet In K.C. $13.49 VG+ VG+
The George Russell Sextet Featuring Don Ellis & Eric Dolphy 1 2 3 4 5 6extet $17.99 VG+ VG+
The George Shearing Quintet San Francisco Scene $6.29 M M
The George Shearing Quintet With Nancy Wilson The Swingin's Mutual $2.69 G+ G+
The Howard Roberts Quartet This Is Howard Roberts Color Him Funky $4.49 VG VG
The Howard Roberts Quartet All-Time Greatest Instrumental Hits $5.39 VG+ VG
The Ink Spots Vol. 1 $2.69 G VG
The Invaders (41) The Invaders Steel Band $17.99 VG+ VG+
The Jeff Lorber Fusion Galaxian $3.59 VG VG+
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland $17.99 NM or M- NM or M-
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland $17.99 NM or M- NM or M-
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jonah Jones At The Embers $1.34 VG VG+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jonah Jones At The Embers $1.34 VG VG+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jumpin' With Jonah $1.79 G+ G+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jonah Jones At The Embers $2.69 VG+ VG+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jumpin' With Jonah $3.59 VG VG+
The Nat King Cole Trio Original Vocal And Instrumental Recordings Of The Easy Listenin' Favorites $3.59 VG VG
The Nat King Cole Trio With Lester Young & Red Callender $11.69 VG+ VG
The O'Neal Twins The Lord Is My Shepherd $4.49 G VG+
The Oscar Peterson Trio Affinity $6.29 VG+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio More Sounds Of Christmas $2.24 G+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio An Hour With The Ramsey Lewis Trio $2.24 G+ G+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $2.69 G+ VG
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $3.14 VG VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $4.49 G+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio Down To Earth (Music From The Soil) $5.39 VG+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $5.39 VG VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio Down To Earth (The Ramsey Lewis Trio Plays Music From The Soil) $6.29 VG+ VG+
The Regimental Band Of The Windsor Guards Brass Band Bash $3.14 VG+ VG+
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham, Franz von Suppé, Johann Strauss Jr., Amilcare Ponchielli, Otto Nicolai Von Suppé: Morning, Noon And Night In Vienna - Overture, Strauss: Morning Papers Waltz, Ponchielli: Dance Of The Hours (From "La Gioconda"), Nicolas: The Merry Wives Of Windsor - Overture $3.59 VG G+
The Salsoul Orchestra Salsoul Orchestra $4.49 VG+ VG
The Searchers This Is Us $3.59 VG VG+
The Sérgio Mendes Trio In The Brazilian Bag $2.69 VG+ VG+
The Stylistics Let's Put It All Together $4.04 VG+ VG+
The Ventures Go With The Ventures $1.79 G+ VG+
The Ventures Hawaii Five-O $1.79 G+ NM or M-
The Vogues Till $1.79 VG+ NM or M-
The Wes Montgomery Trio Round Midnight $2.69 G VG
Til Tuesday Voices Carry $3.59 VG VG+
Tim Berne Sanctified Dreams $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Tito Portillo And His Orchestra A Night In Latin America $4.04 VG VG+
Tom Scott Blow It Out $3.59 VG+ VG+
Tony Scott (2) Featuring: Bill Evans / Scott LaFaro / Paul Motian Sung Heroes $26.99 NM or M- VG+
Toots Thielemans Time Out For Toots $8.99 G+ VG+
Tower Of Power Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now $2.24 VG VG
Tower Of Power Urban Renewal $4.48 VG G+
Tyree Glenn Try A Little Tenderness $2.24 NM or M- VG+
Various More Of The 50s Greatest Love Songs And Golden Hits To Remember $1.79 VG+ VG
Various More Of The Fabulous 50s $1.79 VG+ VG
Various The Sound Of Jazz $2.69 VG VG+
Various Hi-Fi Jazz Session $3.14 VG+ VG+
Various Lullabies Of Birdland $3.59 VG+ VG
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $3.59 VG+ VG
Various The Sound Of Music (An Original Soundtrack Recording) $3.59 VG+ VG+
Various Dixieland Jazz $3.59 VG+ VG+
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $4.04 VG+ VG+
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $4.04 VG+ VG+
Various Milestone Twofers $4.49 VG+ VG
Various The Jazz Makers $5.39 VG+ VG+
Various The Best Of Old Time Radio $6.29 VG+ Not Graded
Various Today Is Bargain Day - A Collection Of All Star High Fidelity Recordings $6.29 VG+ VG+
Various Great Original Hits Of The '50s And '60s $8.09 VG+ VG+
Various In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music) $8.09 NM or M- VG
Various Those Wonderful Stars Of Yesteryear $10.79 VG+ VG+
Various Get Off II $13.49 VG+ VG
Various Death Row - Greatest Hits $26.99 M M
Various Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack) $44.99 VG+ VG+
Wes Montgomery Road Song $SOLD G+ VG
Wes Montgomery March 6, 1925-June 15, 1968 $SOLD VG VG+
Wes Montgomery The Best Of Wes Montgomery $2.69 VG+ VG
Wes Montgomery A Day In The Life $SOLD VG+ G
Wes Montgomery Tequila $SOLD VG VG
Wes Montgomery The Best Of Wes Montgomery $SOLD NM or M- VG+
Wes Montgomery A Day In The Life $3.59 G+ VG
Wes Montgomery A Day In The Life $SOLD VG+ VG+
Wes Montgomery California Dreaming $SOLD VG G
Wes Montgomery The History Of Wes Montgomery $SOLD VG+ VG
Wes Montgomery This Is Wes Montgomery $SOLD VG+ VG
Wild Bill Davison Pretty Wild $3.14 VG+ VG
Wild Bill Davison And His Commodores That's A Plenty $3.14 VG+ VG+
Willie Ruff The Smooth Side of Ruff $13.49 VG+ VG+
Willis Jackson The Way We Were $1.34 VG VG
Willis Jackson Soul Night - Live! $1.34 G VG
Willis Jackson Grease 'N' Gravy $7.19 G+ VG
Willis Jackson Keep On A Blowin' $13.49 VG VG
Willis Jackson Blue Gator $13.49 VG VG+
Willis Jackson With Brother Jack McDuff Together Again! $2.69 G+ VG+
Willis Jackson With Brother Jack McDuff Together Again! $3.59 G+ VG
Willis Jackson With Brother Jack McDuff Together Again! $3.59 G+ VG+
Wingy Manone The Wildest Horn In Town $1.79 VG+ VG
Wladimir Selinsky And His String Ensemble Dinner Music $2.69 VG VG
Woody Herman And The Swingin' Herd The Jazz Swinger $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra Cugat Cavalcade $3.59 VG+ VG+
Yma Sumac Legend Of The Sun Virgin $3.58 G+ G+
Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Inca Taqui $2.68 G+ VG
Z.Z. Hill Bluesmaster $3.59 VG VG+
Zoot Sims And Jimmy Rowles Warm Tenor $6.29 VG F
Zoot Sims Plus Joe Pass Blues For 2 $3.59 VG VG
ZZ Top El Loco $5.39 VG+ VG​
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Subreddit Stats: Music top posts from 2014-07-09 to 2019-03-28 23:23 PDT

Period: 1723.97 days
Submissions Comments
Total 990 465479
Rate (per day) 0.57 269.87
Unique Redditors 813 209033
Combined Score 19218470 29976250

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 557901 points, 17 submissions: BunyipPouch
    1. Dr. Dre Boasts About Daughter Getting Into USC ‘All on Her Own,’ Then Remembers $70 Million Donation and Deletes Twitter Post (67970 points, 3743 comments)
    2. R. Kelly Dropped by Sony Music (62729 points, 2213 comments)
    3. Avicii’s Family Launches Mental Illness and Suicide-Prevention Foundation in His Memory (53490 points, 1339 comments)
    4. Eminem's 'Kamikaze' Heads For Chart-Topping Records, Boosting $100 Million Fortune (47704 points, 4194 comments)
    5. Childish Gambino Wins Grammy for Best Music Video for 'This Is America' (44237 points, 2268 comments)
    6. Childish Gambino's "This Is America" Is Now Certified Platinum (40797 points, 2734 comments)
    7. Tom Petty Died of Accidental Overdose, Family Says (39207 points, 2574 comments)
    8. Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Named Most-Streamed Song From 20th Century (34644 points, 1414 comments)
    9. Spotify Teams Up With Hulu for $5 Subscription Bundle for Students (26534 points, 1362 comments)
    10. Late Rapper XXXTentacion Rejected for Grammys In Memoriam Segment (23065 points, 4210 comments)
  2. 246904 points, 2 submissions: JPTIII
    1. The FCC is about to kill net neutrality. We’re protesting nationwide on Dec 7th to stop them. (146525 points, 1742 comments)
    2. The FCC is expected to announce a vote to gut net neutrality rules the day before Thanksgiving. Only a big burst of phone calls to Congress can stop them from allowing ISPs to charge us extra fees to access sites, apps, games, and especially the music we all love. (100379 points, 4308 comments)
  3. 208592 points, 6 submissions: Sumidiotdude
    1. Rihanna Sends Trump Cease & Desist for Playing Her Music at Rallies (51047 points, 1415 comments)
    2. Rihanna turned down this year's Super Bowl Halftime Show in support of Colin Kaepernick (47270 points, 3794 comments)
    3. Childish Gambino Says His Next Album Will Be His Last (29666 points, 1847 comments)
    4. Snoop Dogg Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame (29104 points, 760 comments)
    5. Weezer’s “Africa” Cover Goes Top 100, Their First Hit This Decade (28760 points, 1746 comments)
    6. Guns N' Roses - "November Rain" becomes the first music video from the 20th century to reach one billion views on YouTube (22745 points, 1266 comments)
  4. 208137 points, 10 submissions: aidyfarman
    1. Musicians offer free concert tickets to Australian teen that attacked right-wing senator with an egg (37517 points, 3917 comments)
    2. Slayer’s Gary Holt thinks Imagine Dragons are the ‘shittiest band on earth’ (30605 points, 6433 comments)
    3. Pearl Jam, Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda, Stone Temple Pilots, and more join national suicide prevention campaign (29911 points, 527 comments)
    4. R. Kelly reportedly plans to "sue everybody" involved in new documentary series (19075 points, 1319 comments)
    5. 50 Cent reportedly buys 200 front-row tickets to a Ja Rule gig 'so they can be empty' (18205 points, 1199 comments)
    6. Geoff Emerick, The Beatles’ audio engineer, has died at age 72 (17235 points, 416 comments)
    7. "He’s not good enough and he never will be." - David Crosby has hit back at Ted Nugent's claims he should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (14990 points, 3250 comments)
    8. Mike Shinoda joined Sum 41 onstage in England to pay tribute to Chester Bennington with a cover of Linkin Park's 'Faint' (14329 points, 475 comments)
    9. Radiohead, Stevie Nicks, and Rage Against The Machine amongst 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees (14161 points, 1257 comments)
    10. La Roux slams Fox Business Network for using her song ‘Bulletproof’ to promote armored backpacks for children (12109 points, 831 comments)
  5. 142747 points, 3 submissions: aresef
    1. “Weird Al” Yankovic is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame (58241 points, 1136 comments)
    2. 'Pharma Bro' Shkreli Has to Forfeit Secret Wu-Tang Album (50134 points, 2004 comments)
    3. Suge Knight sentenced to 28 years behind bars for fatal hit-and-run (34372 points, 2344 comments)
  6. 136925 points, 7 submissions: Vranak
    1. Marilyn Manson injured after attempting to climb a prop, two large guns held together with metal scaffolding, while performing "Sweet Dreams" in New York. He lay on stage limp and covered by a sheet before being carried out on a stretcher and taken to hospital. His condition is not currently known. (29703 points, 2454 comments)
    2. Taylor Swift’s new record deal includes a clause for Universal to hand over a portion of the windfall from its Spotify shares in the future. Not just to Swift, but to all artists. A source close to the matter says this was instrumental in Swift's decision to sign with Universal over Sony and Warner. (29454 points, 1069 comments)
    3. Unlike Ginger Baker and John Bonham, Keith Moon hated drum solos and refused to play them in concert. At a 1974 show, Townshend and Entwistle decided to spontaneously stop playing during "Wasp Man" to listen to Moon's drum solo. He continued briefly before stopping, shouting "Drum solos are boring!" (23507 points, 1063 comments)
    4. "Rocky Mountain High" was cautiously and briefly left off playlists by numerous radio stations after the FCC was allowed to censor music deemed to promote drug use. John Denver had to publically explain that the "high" was his innocent description of the sense of peace that he found in the Rockies. (22091 points, 722 comments)
    5. Nancy Sinatra's no. 1 hit "These Boots Were Made For Walking" was written by Lee Hazlewood, who intended to record it himself, saying "it's not really a girl's song", but Nancy talked him out of it, saying that "coming from a guy it was harsh and abusive, but was perfect for a little girl to sing". (14224 points, 665 comments)
    6. Iggy Pop: "If everyone could just calm the fuck down a little bit that would be good." (9296 points, 894 comments)
    7. "I don't recognize country music anymore. The bar is not very high right now. I'm not naming any names. I'm just saying the bar isn't very high right now. There's a lot of bad songwriting going on, really sloppy stuff." — Don Henley in a recent interview with Rolling Stone (8650 points, 3292 comments)
  7. 133280 points, 6 submissions: shabuluba
    1. Kanye West Announces New Albums Release Dates (solo album June 1st, another album with Kid Cudi on June 8) (28353 points, 1892 comments)
    2. Mariah Carey's 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' just broke the global Spotify record for the most streams in a single day (27976 points, 1470 comments)
    3. Arctic Monkeys Announce New Album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (out May 11) (25381 points, 1011 comments)
    4. Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” Debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (23735 points, 1874 comments)
    5. The Who confirm first new studio album in 13 years (14652 points, 1092 comments)
    6. Tracy Chapman sues Nicki Minaj over unauthorised sample (13183 points, 1195 comments)
  8. 91204 points, 8 submissions: beardlesshipster
    1. Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky [Progressive Pop] (1977) (16247 points, 632 comments)
    2. Living Colour - Cult of Personality [Alternative Metal] (1988) (16220 points, 988 comments)
    3. The Offspring - The Kids Aren’t Alright [Punk Rock] (1998) (12059 points, 749 comments)
    4. Cage the Elephant - Cigarette Daydreams [Alternative Rock] (2013) (11071 points, 396 comments)
    5. Fugazi - Waiting Room [Punk Rock] (1989) (9139 points, 518 comments)
    6. Kermit the Frog - The Rainbow Connection [Folk] (1979) (8976 points, 419 comments)
    7. Schoolhouse Rock - Conjunction Junction [Soul] (1973) (8895 points, 222 comments)
    8. Harvey Danger - Flagpole Sitta [Alternative Rock] (1997) (8597 points, 664 comments)
  9. 90386 points, 1 submission: Not_so_ghetto
    1. With all the justified focus on R Kelly right now let's not forget that Chris Brown is also a complete pile of shit. (90386 points, 4272 comments)
  10. 89952 points, 1 submission: rel4th
    1. Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington passes away aged 41 (89952 points, 7674 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. gorillazband (259230 points, 82 comments)
  2. ReallyRickAstley (210098 points, 36 comments)
  3. Darude_official (60443 points, 153 comments)
  4. TooShiftyForYou (60179 points, 28 comments)
  5. thebad_comedian (41065 points, 13 comments)
  6. _AlreadyTaken_ (33507 points, 36 comments)
  7. official_TOP (32355 points, 18 comments)
  8. Smartnership (29118 points, 17 comments)
  9. PMvaginaExpression (26539 points, 6 comments)
  10. Grayskater6 (24849 points, 3 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. The FCC is about to kill net neutrality. We’re protesting nationwide on Dec 7th to stop them. by JPTIII (146525 points, 1742 comments)
  2. The FCC is expected to announce a vote to gut net neutrality rules the day before Thanksgiving. Only a big burst of phone calls to Congress can stop them from allowing ISPs to charge us extra fees to access sites, apps, games, and especially the music we all love. by JPTIII (100379 points, 4308 comments)
  3. With all the justified focus on R Kelly right now let's not forget that Chris Brown is also a complete pile of shit. by Not_so_ghetto (90386 points, 4272 comments)
  4. Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington passes away aged 41 by rel4th (89952 points, 7674 comments)
  5. Chance The Rapper is starting a new awards show for teachers by mexicanland (87208 points, 1971 comments)
  6. 40 year old rock station in Chicago replaced by Christian radio at midnight last night. Signed off with Motley Crue’s “Shout at the Devil”, Iron Maiden’s “The Number of the Beast”, and AC/DC’s “Highway to Hell". by CremasterFlash (84681 points, 4322 comments)
  7. Eminem just dropped a new album - Kamikaze - without any promo out of nowhere by Sasowex (78924 points, 5428 comments)
  8. President Obama Signs BOTS Act of 2016 Which Makes It Illegal for Bots to Buy and Resell Tickets by IngrossoAxwell (74102 points, 3496 comments)
  9. Eminem Celebrates 10 Years of Sobriety by NickCageIsAWoman (73365 points, 2773 comments)
  10. Mad respect to Lady Gaga for not lip-syncing during that half-time show. by Beatle_Matt (68645 points, 4739 comments)

Top Comments

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  3. 25475 points: PMvaginaExpression's comment in Chris Brown arrested on rape claim in Paris, police officials say
  4. 24573 points: Grayskater6's comment in Rapper Lil Peep Has Reportedly Passed Away At The Age of 21
  5. 24089 points: Smartnership's comment in My dad usually ends any argument with "Well, I saw Jimi Hendrix live". Could I ever beat that?
  6. 23448 points: BattleRoyaleWtCheese's comment in Kendrick Lamar Thinks Rappers With Ghostwriters Can't Be Considered The Best
  7. 22895 points: neomech's comment in Spotify is now embedding adverts as tracks in playlists, even for Premium users?
  8. 21070 points: NoOneSeesTheBarn's comment in Tekashi 6ix9ine faces 32 years to life in prison. | Talkingsnour
  9. 20257 points: catching_signals's comment in Millennials prefer music from 20th century ‘golden age’ to the pop of today
  10. 19527 points: blueloveyou's comment in After Chris Brown challenges rapper Offset to a fight, he claps back with 'Only People You Go to Toe to Toe With Is Women'
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