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Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby C » 02 Sep 2021, 21:46

John Coltrane's fine album from 1962

Available From Amazon £3.49 inc p&p

[Shame the CD isn't the original cover]

A giveaway price!

I bought two copies today for my brother and friend and there are eight copies left

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Coltrane-John/ ... 378&sr=8-5

Get in there!




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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby GoogaMooga » 02 Sep 2021, 21:58

It's a Hallmark, though, is the original Prestige OOP?
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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby Pool Hall Richard » 02 Sep 2021, 22:06

Tempting, recently picked up Ballads and Crescent cheapish on vinyl. as such will likely hold out for this on wax.

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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby C » 03 Sep 2021, 14:42

*bump*



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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby Six String » 03 Sep 2021, 20:43

I would recommend the Analog Production vinyl reissue but looking at Discogs it is over $/£100 now. Of course you might find it cheaper somewhere if you look around. ThE OJC vinyl is always a good choice and much cheaper too.
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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby C » 04 Sep 2021, 13:22

Six left



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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby Fonz » 04 Sep 2021, 15:25

Goog is correct I think.
You may be better off getting one of the Prestige box sets with everything from that era
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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby C » 04 Sep 2021, 15:33

Fonz wrote:Goog is correct I think.
You may be better off getting one of the Prestige box sets with everything from that era


The lad may well be but most of us looking at this thread have got most but, for the price of a pint of beer to a novice or somebody wanting to expand their collection, it is a no-brainer




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Re: Coltrane fans [UK]

Postby Fonz » 04 Sep 2021, 16:10

It’s a good selection, for sure.
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