ORNETTE COLEMAN "Tomorrow Is The Question" LP NM/NM 1959 Black Label STEREO

$72.53 USD
April 07, 2021 - 04:08:53 PM GMT (about 1 month ago)
Ornette Coleman ‎– Tomorrow Is The Question!Label:Contemporary Records ‎– S7569, Contemporary Records ‎– S 7569Format:Vinyl, LP, Album, StereoCountry:USReleased:1959Genre:JazzStyle:Free JazzTracklistA1Tomorrow Is The Question!3:09A2Tears Inside5:00A3Mind And Time3:08A4Compassion4:37A5Giggin'3:19A6Rejoicing4:04B1Lorraine5:55B2Turnaround7:55B3Endless5:18Companies, etc.Published By – Contemporary Music (2)Produced For – Contemporary Records, Inc.CreditsAlto Saxophone, Composed By – Ornette ColemanBass – Percy Heath (tracks: A1 to A6), Red Mitchell (tracks: B1 to B3)Cover – Guidi*, Tri-ArtsDrums – Shelly ManneEngineer – Roy DuNannLiner Notes – Nat HentoffPhotography By – Roger MarshutzProducer – Lester KoenigTrumpet – Don CherryNotesRecorded at Contemporary's studio in Los Angeles. "Lorraine" was recorded January 16, 1959. "Turnaround" and "Endless" were recorded February 23, 1959. The selections on Side 1 were recorded in one session, the night of March 9-10, 1959. Original stereo pressing on black label. Blak deep groove labels with gold text. GOLDMINE GRADINGMINT ---- It should appear to be perfect. No scuffs or scratches, blotches or stains, labels or writing, tears or splits. Mint means perfect.NEAR MINT ---- Otherwise mint but has one or two tiny inconsequential flaws that do not affect play. Covers should be close to perfect with minor signs of wear or age just becoming evident: slight ring-wear, minor denting to a corner, or writing on the cover should all be noted properly.VERY GOOD PLUS ---- The record has been handled and played infrequently or very carefully. Not too far from perfect. On a disc, there may be light paper scuffs from sliding in and out of a sleeve or the vinyl or some of the original luster may be lost. A slight scratch that did not affect play would be acceptably VG+ for most collectors.VERY GOOD ---- Record displays visible signs of handling and playing, such as loss of vinyl luster, light surface scratches, groove wear and spindle trails. Some audible surface noise, but should not overwhelm the musical experience. Usually a cover is VG when one or two of these problems are evident: ring wear, seam splits, bent corners, loss of gloss, stains, etc.GOOD ---- Well played with little luster and significant surface noise. Despite defects, record should still play all the way through without skipping. Several cover flaws will be apparent, but should not obliterate the artwork.POOR ---- Any record or cover that does not qualify for the above "Good" grading should be seen as Poor. Several cover flaws.
March 31, 2021 - 04:08:53 PM GMT (about 2 months ago)
33 RPM


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