Bucks Burnett offers a brief glimpse of just some of the treasures and oddities awaiting guests at The Eight Track Museum in Dallas, Texas.
We will have more than 200 different jazz titles that range from Jelly Roll Morton, Dixieland, big band swing, bebop, post bop and modern jazz, including several contemporary artists. Artists include Stan Getz, Benny Goodman, Miles Davis, Bud Powell, Artie Shaw, John Coltrane and Billie Holiday. Most $3.
We'll also have multiple copies of recent titles from Nonesuch by Joshua Redman, Nicholas Payton and Bill Frisell PLUS Japanese pressings of several reissued Pat Matheny albums. PLUS, PLUS, copies of "Turn Out the Stars" a 6 CD set by Bill Evans live at the Village Vanguard in 1980. Good prices for all, like $45 for "Turn Out the Stars"
Oh, and on the R&B-side there's the Ray Charles 8-CD box set: PURE GENIUS – the complete Atlantic recordings for $80. And beautiful Classical LP, so many on great condition, all $1
We also need donations to build the collection. Today was a banner day as people donated these 78s "Southern Exposure" by Josh White 1941 and Billie Holiday's first recording of "Strange Fruit" 1939.
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