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GILLESPIE, Dizzy, & James Moody. Soul & Salvation.
New York : 1969A fine pairing of autographs: Diz signs in red ball-point pen on the back cover, alongside his long-time stablemate, tenorist James Moody, who has signed playfully in black marker pen, adorning the "J" in his first name with the keys and bell of a saxophone and the "M" of his surname with his signature spectacles.
This is the first pressing... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 144505
GILLESPIE, Dizzy. Bahiana.
Los Angeles : 1976Signed cleanly in full by the great trumpeter in ball-point pen on the front cover in the year of the album's release: "To Roffe, Dizzy Gillespie, '76"; the recipient may be Swedish jazz accordionist Roffe Söderberg. This is the first pressing of "one of Dizzy Gillespie's finest albums of the decade" (AllMusic).
The Penguin Guide remarks that... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 144487
GILLESPIE, Dizzy. Paris Concert.
Los Angeles : 1972Signed cleanly by Diz in full in blue ball-point pen on the back cover. This is a US reissue of Gillespie's 9 February 1953 Salle Pleyel concert, originally released on Disques Vogue in 1962; there were many reissues, testimony to the sheer excitement of this gig.
Diz was travelling with Bill Graham (alto and baritone), and regular fixtures... Learn More£295.00
Stock Code: 144504
BE-BOP - John Coltrane; Thelonius Monk; Charlie "Bird" Parker; Lester "Pres" Willis Young. Coltrane, Monk, Bird and Pres - group of four autographed album leaves from the collection of Junior Mance.
1953-4From the collection of Jazz Hall-of-Famer Junior Mance from his time as house pianist at the Bee Hive in Chicago. None of the leaves are personalized, apart from that of Coltrane who has inscribed, "Best to Junior, John Coltrane." The Coltrane leaf is mounted with a studio printed photograph by Francis Wolff, a portrait of 'Trane taken in 1956 at bassist... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 81999
KANE, Art. "A Great Day in Harlem":
New York : 1958Perhaps the iconic jazz photograph and one of the most extraordinary group shots in the history of photography. Inscribed below the image at lower right: "For my friend Arville, Art Kane".
Around 10 a.m. on the morning of 12 August 1958 Art Kane, a freelancer working for Esquire, captured this unforgettable image of some 57 "living legends"... Learn More£5,750.00
Stock Code: 121696
JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONIC. Original souvenir programme for 1961 UK tour.
London : 1961Highly appealing souvenir programme for the fifth British JATP tour (11 - 17 November 1961), featuring the John Coltrane and Dizzy Gillespie quintets. Trane's band included Eric Dolphy (alto/flute), McCoy Tyner (piano), Reggie Workman (bass), Elvin Jones (drums). Diz brought with him Leo Wright (alto/flute), Lalo Schifrin (piano, mangled here as "Schisrin"!),... Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 134776
MONK, Thelonious. Inscribed album cover for Criss-Cross.
Los Angeles : 1963Boldly signed in full on the upper part of the front cover "Good Luck always Mrs Tiejen, Thelonious Monk." We believe the recipient was Marian Tietjen (1920-2013), who "during her teenage years... worked as a waitress in La Grange Texas and, in her spare time, played piano in her father's jazz band... Many people who visited Swiss Alp Texas throughout... Learn More£2,500.00
Stock Code: 123055