Rare 10" LP by Phil Urso and Bob Brookmeyer
Original U.S. pressing on Savoy Records #MG15041 released in 1954. Players include Bob Brookmeyer (vtb) Phil Urso (ts) Horace Silver (p) Percy Heath (b) Kenny Clarke (d) NYC, April 30, 1954
"Three Little Words"
"Don't Take Your Love From Me"
"She's Funny That Way"
Condition is Good+ (cover - sticker tear on front cover, seam split top right seam about 2-1/2 inches, edge wear)//VG vinyl (some thin scratches/light surface scuffs, no deep gouges. Record will come housed in acid free archival sleeve
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10: Mint Perfect record, clean gloss, no marks, beautiful in every way. Very few records will make mint.
9: Mint- Very clean, only a few light marks. A great record.
8: Excellent (VG++) Condition between 7 and 9.
7: VG+ Used, but not abused. Light scratches only. Should play, and look very nice with minimal surface noise.
6: VG Still a nice record. Looks a bit used, light scratches, no gouges, still plays well, some surface noise.
5: VG- A bit rough but will play ok. Fills the collection.
4: G Plays very rough. Has multiple scratches. What a bargain!!
3-2-1: It only goes down from here.
*** I'll gladly take any record back if not satisfied. ***
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