JOHN COLTRANE-SELFLESSNESS-ORIGINAL 12" STEREO LP

End Price: USD 50
Start Price: USD 50
End Date: 2007-10-14
Start Date: 2007-10-07
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JOHN COLTRANE-SELFLESSNESS-ORIGINAL 12" STEREO  LP



JOHN COLTRANE

SELFLESSNESS



Impulse AS-9161

original 12-inch stereo lp



Vinyl is NM

Vinyl is near mint and appears virtually unplayed with a couple of sleeve type marks.

Jacket is NM

The heavy glossy gatefold jacket is NM , outstanding copy.


Although the title cut is an atmospheric work from 1965, it is the two selections from the 1963 Newport Jazz Festival that are most essential: The definitive "My Favorite Things" and "I Want To Talk About You." John Coltrane is particularly inventive on the two Newport numbers. Mint, original ABC label.




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Madame Mono's records and CDs are proudly offered from the personal collection of my father, who worked as a program director for a major radio station back in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. My father took pride in caring for his records and CDs and many appear as new. His immaculate taste and critical choice of titles ensured that he never wasted time on a bad note. Enjoy!



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