MILES DAVIS Cecil Young Quartet LP ACETATE Live BIRDLAND 6-2-51 5-31-52
  $   181


$ 181 Sold For
Aug 2, 2021 Sold Date
Jul 26, 2021 Start Date
12   Number Of Bids
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Powered by                                                                                                                                                                               MILES DAVIS,  CECIL TAYLOR QUARTET LIVE AT BIRDLAND:   ACETATE TEST PRESSING Records (Mfd in the USA, in the 60's)   The Cover says CHARLIE PARKER because all of SIDE A, and the first Track of SIDE B are CHARLIE PARKER Tracks taken from released DIAL Records.  The 2nd Track of SIDE B is MILES DAVIS Live At BIrdland 6-2-51;  it runs for 8 minutes.  The last 3 Tracks (about 1/2 of that Side) are THE CECIL TAYLOR QUARTET Live At Birdland 5-31-52.  I can't vouch for the source material, but it was probably made from a live Radio Broadcast.  The Record has some very light scuffs, but not that much.  It looks VG++.  The overall Sound Quality is VG+.  I'm trying to accurately grade  these Tracks and not overgrade anything;  I hope that the Sound Clips will speak for themselves.  I've posted some audio clips from every Track on this LP, starting with SIDE A, Track 1.  Click on the BIG MICROPHONE ICON to Download them and listen for yourself.   CRANK IT UP!  I can ship this anywhere in the USA via Media Rate for 4.00 (eBay requirements),  BUT IT SHOULD SHIP AIR PRIORITY because of the fragile Acetate coating of the Disc.  IF YOU WANT THIS DELIVERED SAFELY AND INTACT, PLEASE HAVE IT SHIPPED AIR PRIORITY;  don't pay until you receive my Invoice so that I can add the AIR PRIORITY option.   I can ship this to most Overseas Countries via First Class Mail for around $22.00; shipping to Canada will cost $15.00.  I can only get to the Post Office once or twice a week,  so please be patient. The POST OFFICE LOSES PACKAGES,  don't blame me if it happens to you.  PLEASE READ THIS:  If bidding on this reaches $50-$120,  and it ships to a non-US buyer, Registered Mail will be required in addition to First Class Postage,  but I'll pay $7.50 of the $15.00 Registered Mail fee;  Registered Mail is a little slower than 1st Class Mail,  but it's more dependable,  and it does provide a Tracking Number and some Insurance.  If it sells for $120-$500 to a non-US Bidder,  it will have to ship Air Priority,  which will run around $50;  I'll have to Insure it for the Full Amount at my expense, and declare Full Value on the Customs Form.  If it sells for over $500,  it will have to ship EXPRESS MAIL, which will cost around $90-$120.  Since I will have to insure it,  I will have to declare full sales value.  There is also DHL for Overseas shipping, which costs around $110 and delivers safely within 3 days.  You can't get Tracking Numbers with simple First Class International shipping.  PLEASE DON'T PAY UNTIL YOU RECEIVE MY eBay INVOICE.  No reserve.  Good luck!


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