Charlie Barnet LPs with Maynard Ferguson


CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, CHARLIE BARNET IN DISCO ORDER, VOLUME 21 -- Ajaz Records AJAZ-217

These Ajaz "Disco Order" LPs captured the entire works of Charlie Barnet is discographical order. Volume 21 has Maynard on three tracks from 3/16/49: Easy Living, Charlie's Other Aunt, and Overtime ("Three Bop"). These are the last three tracks on side 2. Ajaz is a long-defunct company, and I doubt we'll ever see these tracks published again. And these LPs were produced in VERY limited quantities. This particular LP is one of the rarest LPs containing the tracks with MF. Extremely hard to find!!!
COPY #1. Here's a FACTORY SEALED, MINT copy ... BUT ... the cover DOES have a core hole at upper right. This is unfortunate, but a lot of these LPs didn't get sold when they were new, so the covers were drilled and they were sold for a reduced price, at one time, in discount stores!!! With the hole, it's priced at $13.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this one is an ultra clean and nice NMINT. The vinyl is NMINT+ -- it's seldom, if ever, been played! Overall, this copy is NMINT to NMINT+. Really clean and nice, it's yours for $22.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this one shows a tiny bit of surface wear a couple of places. It's NMINT-. The vinyl is MINT, NEVER PLAYED. Overall, this copy is NMINT to NMINT+. $22.00.
COPY #4. The cover on this one shows just a tiny bit of surface wear a couple of places. It's NMINT-. The vinyl is MINT, NEVER PLAYED. Overall, this copy is NMINT to NMINT+. $22.00.
COPY #5. Just in, the cover on this one has a couple of tiny little brown spots near the bottom front edge. But otherwise, I think the cover is MINT. Let's call it NMINT. It's a beautiful cover. The vinyl looks to have been played one time per side. It's definitely NMINT+. A super nice, NMINT to NMINT+ copy. It's $22.00.
COPY #6. Here's a FACTORY SEALED, MINT copy ... BUT ... the cover DOES have a core hole at upper right. This is unfortunate, but a lot of these LPs didn't get sold when they were new, so the covers were drilled and they were sold for a reduced price, at one time, in discount stores!!! With the hole, it's priced at $13.00.
COPY #7. The cover on this one has just the very beginnings of some record ring wear, but it's very faint, and just the very slightest toning along the spine. I'm being very picky here because it's still a clean and nice cover. NMINT-. The vinyl is pristine and appears to have been played one time. It's NMINT++. Overall, this copy is NMINT to NMINT+. $22.00
COPY #8. The cover on this one has just a hint of wear. It's easily NMINT. The vinyl is pristine and appears to have been played one time. It's NMINT++. Overall, this copy is NMINT to NMINT+. $22.00

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, CHARLIE BARNET IN DISCO ORDER, VOLUME 22 -- Ajaz Records AJAZ-225

These Ajaz "Disco Order" LPs captured the entire works of Charlie Barnet is discographical order. Volume 22 has Maynard on three tracks from 3/17/49 (O'Henry, Portrait of Edward Kennedy Ellington, part 1 and 2, and Rhapsody in Blue, part 1 and 2), on two tracks from 4/2/49 (Bebop Spoken Here, Gloomy Sunday), on three tracks from 8/16/49 (Over the Rainbow, All the Things You Are, Pan-Americana), and three tracks from 8/16/49 (Ill Wind, Claude Reigns, Really?). These LPs were produced in VERY limited quantities. This particular LP is one of the rarest LPs containing the tracks with MF. Extremely hard to find!!!
COPY #1. The cover on this copy shows just a bit of toning around the edges. Still, it's easily NMINT. The vinyl is super clean and nice -- NMINT+. Overall, this is a super copy in NMINT to NMINT+ condition. Due to its rarity, $28.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this one shows a few tiny spots of wear, but it's still easily NMINT. The vinyl is an super clean and nice NMINT+. Overall, this copy is NMINT to NMINT+. It's yours for $28.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this copy is a clean and nice NMINT to NMINT+. The disc is MINT, NEVER PLAYED. Overall, this is a nice NMINT++ copy. It's yours for $28.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA 1944-1949 -- Golden Era Records GE-15015

Here's a great re-issue album from the 1970s of the Charlie Barnet Orchestra. It includes four tracks with MF: Fantasia, Reflections, Tango, and Blue Skies. The dates of the recordings are not listed on the cover, but they had to be sometime between March and August of 1949.
COPY #1. Unbelievably, this is a FACTORY SEALED, MINT copy! Other than just a tiny bend at upper right which is visible through the shrink wrap, this is a perfect copy. $15.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this copy is a clean and nice NMINT. The vinyl is equally as nice. Also NMINT. Overall, this is a super clean NMINT copy. $14.00.
COPY #3. Hard to believe, but here's another FACTORY SEALED, MINT copy! Yours for $17.00.
COPY #4. This one was in shrink wrap when I got it. I removed the shrink, as it was pretty dirty, but the cover underneath is easily NMINT. The vinyl is likewise NMINT. So this is a nice, clean, NMINT copy. Yours for $14.00.
COPY #5. This one is FACTORY SEALED, MINT! Yours for $17.00.
COPY #6. The cover on this one is NMINT, with the only issue being just the faintest hint of some ring wear that's started forming on the front. The vinyl looks to be MINT, NEVER PLAYED. A beautiful copy, let's call it NMINT+. It's $16.00.
COPY #7. The cover on this one is NMINT,with the only issue being just the faintest hint of some toning along one edge of the back cover. It looks MINT from the front. I see only little surface scratch on one track, but it absolutely does not affect play in any way. It's likewise NMINT. Overall, a NMINT copy. It's $14.00.
COPY #8. This one is FACTORY SEALED, MINT! (A little piece of the original shrink wrap is missing at upper right where someone moved the shrink and price sticker, but that in no way affects to cover.) Yours for $17.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA - 1949 -- Alamac QSR 2446

Here's a great re-issue album from the 1970s with MF playing with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra. It includes a great version of "All the Things You Are" with MF blowing the roof off the joint! Altogether, there are 12 tracks, recorded 6/22/49, 7/29/49, 8/49, and 10/49. A MUST HAVE in every MF collection!
COPY #1. The cover on this copy has a couple of very slight corner bends, but it's still a nice, clean cover -- NMINT. The vinyl is likewise clean and nice, NMINT. Overall, a very nice NMINT copy. $14.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this copy looks like it just came out of the shrink wrap. It's NMINT+. The vinyl appears to be never-played, and is at least NMINT+. Overall, this is a super nice, NMINT+ copy -- almost like new! It's yours for $15.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this one is almost flawless -- NMINT+. Same for the vinyl -- NMINT+. Overall, this is a super nice, NMINT+ copy -- almost like new! It's yours for $15.00.
COPY #4. The cover on this one shows a tiny bit of wear on the front. On the back, there's a small tear where someone removed a price sticker, and next to that wrote a 4-digit number in ink. Due to these issues, the cover, which looks NMINT from the front, is just EX. The vinyl is almost certainly MINT, NEVER PLAYED. Overall, this is an EX++ copy. It's yours for $8.00.
COPY #5. The cover on this one is like new -- NMINT+. The vinyl is MINT, NEVER PLAYED. This is essentially a new album. It's $17.00.
COPY #6. The cover on this one is like new except that the very tip of the upper right corner looks to be a little abraded. Still -- NMINT+. The vinyl is MINT, NEVER PLAYED. This is essentially a new album. It's $17.00.
COPY #7. The cover on this one has just the slightest wear visible, front and back, and on the back, in the upper right corner, there's some minor toning and slight abrasion where a price sticker was removed, so the cover is EX++. The vinyl is MINT, NEVER PLAYED. Overall, this one is NMINT- to NMINT. It's $12.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, CLASSICS IN JAZZ -- Capitol T624

Here's the original 1950s Charlie Barnet U.S. Capitol pressing of this great recording! MF is heard on the tracks Pan Americana, Over the Rainbow, Really?, and Claude Reigns. This one is an essential in every non-trivial MF album collection.
COPY #1. The cover on this copy has clean and nice front paper. The seams and spine are intact, with just a tiny bit of rubbing in places. On the back, there's a little toning (minimal) and a 1/2" darkened circular spot at upper left where a price sticker once resided. Still, this is a very clean cover, and it's EX++ to NMINT-. The vinyl is clean and nice, with just a few VERY light surface scuffs and scratches that absolutely don't affect play. It's EX++. Overall, let's call this copy EX++. Yours for $13.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, CLASSICS IN JAZZ (JAPANESE RELEASE) -- Capitol ECJ-40004

Here's a great Japanese re-issue LP of the 1950s Charlie Barnet U.S. Capitol pressing! MF is heard on the tracks Pan Americana, Over the Rainbow, Really?, and Claude Reigns. This is a fantastic recording, pressed on pure virgin vinyl. The Japanese really know how to make a high-quality LP!
COPY #1. The cover on this copy has some insignificant edge and corner wear, but it's still a super clean and nice copy. NMINT. The vinyl has probably only been played once, and is just ultra clean and nice. NMINT+! Overall, a super clean, NMINT to NMINT+ copy. Yours for $18.00.

BENNY GOODMAN, CHARLIE BARNET, BEBOP SPOKEN HERE, CAPITOL JAZZ CLASSICS VOL. 15 -- Capitol M-11061

Here's a great re-issue album from the 1970s with MF playing with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra. It includes the tracks Be-Bop Spoken Here (recorded 4/24/49), Claude Reigns, and Really? (recorded 8/16-19/49). A DEFINITE MUST HAVE in every MF collection!
COPY #1. The cover on this copy is clean and nice with just a tiny bit of seam roughness in the upper left-hand corner and a 3" spot of minor record ring wear. Still, it's EX++ to NMINT-. The vinyl is EX++. Overall, let's call this one EX++. $5.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this copy is like new, and would be NMINT+, but there's a small cut-out hole at upper right. This reduces the cover to just NMINT-. The vinyl is NMINT-, as well. Overall, this is a nice, NMINT-, with the one flaw in the cover. $6.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this copy is NMINT to NMINT+, and is still in the original shrink wrap. It's outstanding! The vinyl is NMINT, as well. Overall, this is a super clean, NMINT copy. $8.00.
COPY #4. The cover on this one is great -- NMINT. The vinyl is flawless -- NMINT++. Overall, this is a super copy, in NMINT+ condition. $10.00.

ONE NIGHT STAND WITH THE BATTLE OF THE BANDS, CHARLIE BARNET VS. WOODY HERMAN, STAN KENTON AS REFEREE -- Joyce LP-1012

The great little (now-defunct) Joyce Record Publications produced a series of albums in the 1970s of rare, little-known sessions that somehow found their way onto two-track tape. This is one of them. It came about because on July 30, 1949, Charlie Barnet was performing at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa, California, and Woody Herman was performing down the coast a bit at a club in Oceanside. On this night, they got together at the Rendezvous for a "Battle of the Bands," with Stan Kenton acting as referee. Maynard was in the Barnet band that night. The result is a memorable recording, with Barnet's band playing Bop City, Ill Wind, Bebop Spoken Here, and Claude Reigns, Herman's band playing 5 tunes of their own, and the two bands combined playing More Moon. If you're a serious Maynard Ferguson collector, this LP is a MUST for your collection.
COPY #1. The cover on this copy shows just a little surface wear. There's a little loose paper on the seam at top left. Both of these are very minor faults. Overall, the cover is at least NMINT-, although it was sold to me as NMINT, and I really couldn't fault the record dealer for that designation. The vinyl is clean and nice, likewise NMINT. Overall, this is a NMINT copy. Due to its rarity and desirability, $19.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this one has a little bit of residue from a label in the top left-hand corner, as well as very minimal toning around the edges of the cover. It's still NMINT-. The vinyl has a couple of very light scuffs, but they're minimal, and won't affect play. It's NMINT- to NMINT. Overall, this copy is NMINT- to NMINT. $17.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this one would be NMINT, but there's a 3/8" spot on the top seam where the cover paper has been removed. It's just on the spine, not the front or back cover, but it's noticeable, and reduces an otherwise outstanding cover to just EX. The vinyl is NMINT. So except for the spot in the spine, it's NMINT, but due to this small problem, I'm going to call this copy just EX++. Still, a very nice LP -- $12.00.
COPY #4. The cover on this copy is a super NMINT+, and is still in its original shrink wrap (although it's been opened). The vinyl rates a NMINT+, as well. This is a stunning, highly collectible, NMINT+ copy. $22.00.
COPY #5. The cover on this one shows a little surface and record ring wear, and there are a few small rubbed spots on the lower seam. I'd rate it as EX, but most dealers would call it EX+. The vinyl is NMINT- to NMINT. Overall, this copy is easily EX+. $10.00.
COPY #6. The cover on this one shows just a bit of surface wear, and there was a 3" seam split at upper right which I carefully repaired with transparent tape. The repair is nearly invisible. With these small flaws I'd rate this cover as EX+. The vinyl is NMINT+, and is possibly never-played. A super, NMINT- to NMINT copy, it's yours for $17.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA - "SOME LIKE IT HOT" -- Swing Era Records LP-1002

Here's a great re-issue album from the 1970s with MF playing with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra on just one track -- All the Things You Are!!! As you know, this is his most famous work with Barnet, and it's an absolute SCREAMER!!!!!! It was recorded 8/16/49. And, of course, there are 15 other tracks on this LP, as well, although they don't have Maynard on them. This LP has BLUE vinyl, highly sought-after by record collectors, and it's a very, very hard LP to find.
COPY #1. Just in, here's a very nice copy. The black cover does have some clear tape in the upper right and lower right corners, presumably to prevent seam splits. There's also a 1.5" seam crack at upper center. Otherwise, this is a very clean and nice cover. Even with the tape and seam crack, it still rates an EX. The vinyl is "blue wax," and it in NMINT condition. Overall, this copy is EX++. Yours for $8.00.
COPY #2. Just in, here's a super copy. The cover shows almost none of the typical record ring wear that's so prevalent on these. It's easily NMINT. The vinyl on this one is ultra clean on one side, and shows just a few very light surface scratches on the other. It's EX+. Overall, let's call this one NMINT-. It's yours for $9.00.
COPY #3. This one has a clean and nice cover. There's a quarter-size spot at upper left that's just fainly discolored from a removed price sticker, but it's subtle. There's a 3" seam crack at bottom center and a 3" seam split at upper right. Neither have been repaired, so the cover still looks super clean. On the back, an otherwise super clean surface is marred by three small spots of writing. Given the problems, what looks like a NMINT cover from the front is actually only EX-. The blue vinyl is a seldom-played NMINT. Overall, let's call this one EX+. It's yours for just $7.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA - "RHAPSODY IN BARNET" -- Swing Era Records LP-1019

Here's a great re-issue album from the 1970s with MF playing with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra on just two tracks -- Rhapsody in Blue and Cornacopia, both recorded in August 1949. There are 13 other tracks on the LP, but all those predate MF's involvement with the band. This is a particularly hard LP to find. Also, be aware that the cover paper is very porous and is uncoated, so they do tend to pick up quite a bit of grime over the years. Nevertheless, it's a great LP to have in your MF collection, and one that's quite hard to obtain.
COPY #1. The cover on this copy has some light brownish toning around the edges, a 1" spine crack at top center, and a little bit of record ring wear, mainly visible on the back. Otherwise, there's no real damage, and it rates an EX. The vinyl has a couple of very light scratches and surface scuffs visible. The do cause a little background noise in a couple of spots, but nothing to write home about. So the vinyl is EX- to EX. Overall, this one grades in the EX- to EX range. A nice, solid copy. $8.00.
COPY #2. Just in, the cover on this one has a few minor problems. There a 2" seam crack in the middle of the upper seam, two small abrasions on the spine, a 3/4" circular mark at upper left where a price sticker was removed (not torn, just very slightly discolored), a bit of very light toning, and on the back, someone wrote "B-25" in small letters. There's also a small ripped and disturbed place in the backing paper at bottom center. Due to all these little things, I'm going to call the cover just VG, although it looks better from the front. The vinyl has some scuffing to the label on Side 1, and I see one scuff mark on the disc. Otherwise, it's near new -- NMINT-. Overall, let's call this one EX- to EX. A solid, but somewhat flawed copy. It's $8.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA - SWINGIN' ON NOTHIN' -- Big Band Archives LP-1209

Here's a great re-issue album from the 1970s with MF playing with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra on just one track -- Lullaby of Birdland, recorded 11/54. Be aware that MF is on just this one track, but as far as I know, this is the only place to get a copy of this recording, except on the RCA Lullaby of Birdland compilation LP. If you want one of everything, then you definitely need this LP.
COPY #1. The cover on this copy is in SUPER condition! NMINT!!! The vinyl is clean and shiny -- NMINT, as well! Overall, this is a super copy, in NMINT condition. $15.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this copy is in SUPER condition! It's NMINT! The vinyl is clean and shiny -- really pristine -- NMINT+! The copy is NMINT to NMINT+ overall, $17.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this one has just a some very light toning around the edges, but it's minimal. It's probably one of the best covers available -- NMINT-. The vinyl looks like it might have been played one time. NMINT+. Overall, this one rates NMINT. It's $15.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, CHARLIE BARNET IN DISCO ORDER, VOLUME 24 -- Ajaz Records AJAZ-273

Here's the great disco order LP with Barnet tunes from 7/10/52 through 12/20/54. Maynard plays on almost all of the tracks. And, for some reason, Volume 24 seems to be many times rarer than volumes 21 and 22. They seldom come on the market.
COPY #1. The cover on this one would easily be a pristine NMINT, but it's got a cut-out hole at upper right. This reduced the rating to just EX. The vinyl is almost certainly MINT, NEVER PLAYED. Due to the core hole, this copy is just $22.00.

VARIOUS ARTISTS, LULLABY OF BIRDLAND -- RCA Victor LPM-1146

Here's the historic Lullaby of Birdland LP from RCA. 12 different arrangements of the tune Lullaby of Birdland were recorded by 12 different groups, and wound up on this LP. The Charlie Barnet version dates to 11/29/54. Maynard ALSO plays with Milt Bernhart on this LP. The Bernhart version was recorded 3/6/55. So you get two MF tracks for the price of one. It lists for $50.00 in NMINT condition.
COPY #1. I just can't seem to keep these in stock lately. This is a very, very popular LP. The cover on this one has super clean and nice front paper. There's a minor bend at lower left, and I repaired a seam crack at bottom center. The spine is just beginning to crack at left center. Still, overall, this is a very clean and nice LP, and just looks sensational. It's EX+. The vinyl has few VERY light scuffs and surface scratches, but they don't significantly affect play. It's EX+ to NMINT-. Overall, let's call this one EX+ to EX++. A very nice, solid copy, that looks GREAT! Yours for $12.00.
COPY #2. The cover on this one has is relatively clean and nice, with just a little surface wear visible. On the back there's a silver-dollar-size water stain at upper left, and the top and bottom seams have been carefully repaired in a couple of places. Still, it's a very nice looking cover. I'd rate it as EX- to EX. The disc itself has clean and nice labels, and is easily EX. Overall, this copy is in the EX range. It's $9.00.
COPY #3. The cover on this one has clean and nice front paper. The seams and spine are intact -- very solid. The backing paper shows a bit of surface wear, and there's a neatly rubber-stamped name at top center. I'd rate this cover as EX+ to EX++. The vinyl has two light scratches, but not on the Barnet track. I'd rate the vinyl as EX. Overall, this one is in the EX+ range. A nice, solid copy, it's $11.00.
COPY #4. The cover on this one looks good from the front, with just a bit of general surface wear visible and a small rectangular discoloration at upper right where a price sticker once resided. The seam is cracked at upper right, but not yet split. One the back there's a little brownish toning around some of the edges. All these are fairly minor, but they add up to a reduction in grade to just EX-. The vinyl is a seldom-played NMINT-. Overall this one is EX to EX+. $10.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA - REDSKIN ROMP -- RCA Victor LPM-1091

Here's the original RCA recording (12/6 and 12/20/54, released 1955) of MF with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra on a number of swinging big band tracks. Maynard can be clearly heard blowing the roof off the studio on this recording. The cover art is by the famous jazz LP artist Jim Flora. Some folks collect these just because they have "Flora" covers. The cover is not exactly "politically correct." It has a number of Native Americans portrayed as cartoon figures playing various instruments. But the cover aside, it's one SWINGIN' big band LP. It lists for $50.00 in NMINT condition.
SORRY! NO COPIES AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA - REDSKIN ROMP (SPANISH RELEASE) -- RCA Victor NL-45977

Here's the 1985 re-issue of the original RCA recording (from 12/6 and 12/20/54) of MF with the Charlie Barnet Orchestra on a number of swinging big band tracks. Maynard can be clearly heard blowing the roof off the studio on this recording. The cover art is just like the original, with the non-politically correct Native American cartoon depictions by artist Jim Flora. An absolutely SWINGIN' big band LP, and this Spanish version is superbly pressed on outstanding vinyl. These usually sell in the $40.00 to $45.00 price range.
SORRY! NO COPIES AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, DANCING PARTY -- Verve MGV 2027

Here's an extremely hard-to-find Charlie Barnet LP with MF. I seldom see a copy. MF plays on Blue Hound Bus Greys, Things Ain't What They Used to Be, Argo , and Who's Your Hoosier, recorded 12/27/55. These come with both "Verve" and "MGM" on the label. The "Verve" label is the original 1956 release and books for $50.00 in my aging jazz guide (this is a VERY conservative price!). The "MGM" is a 1961 re-issue. Again, an extremely hard LP to find!
COPY #1. The cover on this one has super clean and nice front paper. The backing paper shows a bit of surface and ring wear, and the top seam is rough. I'd rate this cover as EX, even though it looks NMINT from the front. The vinyl is the original "Verve" pressing, and it's NMINT-. Overall, this copy is in the EX+ range. It's yours for $17.00.
COPY #2. Just in, the cover on this one is clean and nice, with just a bit of surface wear visible on the back side. There's also a corner bend at upper right. Still, it's a very nice looking cover, and rates an EX. The vinyl is clean and nice, and is somewhere in the EX++ to NMINT- range. Overall, let's call this copy EX+. And, this is the original Verve pressing, not the later MGM pressing. Yours for $15.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, CHARLIE BARNET (U.K. RELEASE) -- World Record Club T303

Here's an extremely hard-to-find Charlie Barnet LP with MF. I seldom see a copy. MF plays on Blue Hound Bus Greys, Things Ain't What They Used to Be, Argo, and Who's Your Hoosier, and the discographical info on the back cover says these tracks were recorded in late 1954 (contrary to a 1955 date I've seen elsewhere). He also plays on the tracks Lumby, Blue Rose, Hear Me Talking to You, and Lemon Twist, recorded in Autumn, 1956. These are absolutely RARE LPs! Very, very hard to find!!!
COPY #1. The cover on this one is super clean and nice on the front. There are a couple of super small corner bends -- hardly worth mentioning. The back cover shows a little bit of wear. I'd rate this cover as EX to EX+. The vinyl has a few light scuffs that don't affect play. It's also EX to EX+. Overall, this one is EX to EX+. Quite hard to find, it's $22.00.

CHARLIE BARNET AND HIS ORCHESTRA, LONELY STREET -- Verve MGV-2040

Did you know that Maynard recorded with Charlie Barnet in 1956, and the tunes wound up on an LP called "Lonely Street?" Yes, it's true, and here it is. The original, which was issued in 1957, has "Verve Records, Inc." on the bottom of the label. It was also re-issued in 1961, and this version has "MGM Records" on the bottom of the label. Maynard is absolutely SCREAMING on the track "Lumby". This is a GREAT, GREAT LP!
COPY #1. On this one, the cover is still in the original shrink wrap, and it's NMINT. The vinyl, which is the original type with the Verve labels, might have been played once. It's a stunning NMINT+. Overall, this one is NMINT to NMINT+. $20.00.



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