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looking for investors

My first poker game was five card draw in fourth period spare. We played in the hallway, outside of the lockers, until eventually a teacher shut us down. But we got in a few sessions. The second game I remember was on top of an internet cafe. Again we played five card draw. It was like a $5 or $10 buy in game. I remember once making a wheel and taking down the pot with a substantial bet; I showed my hand and there was debate over whether the ace even played as a one. Luckily no one had called me. At one point I dealt myself from the bottom of the deck. I wasn't cheating, I had literally no idea what the card was, I just dealt it to myself from the bottom. Stu, this big obese guy demanded to see my cards when I folded post draw. I had like jack high or whatever. Anyway, later on in that night we switched to inbeteween. You get two cards and have to bet on whether the card is going to be inbetween or not. If you post (hit a card on the outside, so if your two cards are K2 then you hit a K that is called posting and you have to pay double). It is pot limit. Anyway, the pot grew to be over a hundred dollars and I eventually did win it.
From there it was $5 and $10 SNGs with my buddies, a regular $25 and then $50 cash game that I was a reg at for a couple of years, and online poker. This was all 16-17 years ago now, but that is when I started playing poker. Eventually I graduated to casino trips. I remember my first trip to Windsor Ontario, I put together a couple thousand dollars and spewed it all $100 at a time playing 1/2 NLHE. The guys there called me Frodo. I went bust a lot of times in those early days, usually with the meager couple hundred dollar bankroll I could scratch together. Then I had some success. This was during the poker boom, and I was able to build myself some six figure bankrolls from scratch, then bust them and start over again. Maybe a decade ago I switched to plo, although I still play NLHE cash.
All of my adult life, I have been a professional poker player. This game is my life. The highs have been amazing. Battling against Isildur at 25/50 plo on Pokerstars, travelling across Canada, living in hotels for months on end, becoming a professional blackjack player (card counter), blowing crazy amounts of money, winning and losing fortunes, then starting over with a hundred dollars and a dream.
Today my life is a lot different. I've got a wife and two kids. I've stopped partying, don't travel very much. I grind to support my family.

Unlike most prospective horses, I'm far from broke. I've got a bankroll, and play every day, to earn enough money to support my family and to put a little away for a rainy day. That being said, there is a lot of potential in networking, and I like playing staked especially if my backer brings something else to table as well, like access to new games on pppoker or other apps. I also have references from previous satisfied backers.
Here are a range of investment proposals, starting small and working our way up. Some of the larger plans would probably need to involve multiple backers, or one really rich dude. For some of these I could come on as an investor as well.
So the smallest scale would be "rent a session". Essentially this is like backing someone to play a tournament, except I don't play tournaments I play cash games. The advantage here is that we can get started with minimal capital investment on your behalf. For example we could do something like 8 stacks of PLO $100 ($800) and you would get 75% of any upside from the session. No makeup. Just a one time deal and we're done, any losses are on you. I'm just spit-balling numbers here feel free to suggest alternate terms. Depending if I was to play say 6 tables for the session we'd want to have more capital on hand probably. Also it might be good to play PLO $50 AND PLO $100, so I can game select the best tables from either limit. Actually this rent a session approach would work best for live poker, where playing only one table and the slow pace of the game makes a > 300 bb swing unlikely (especially with my nitty style). But we could do live or online.
So after that would be a longer term relationship. Backer puts up the bankroll (here you would be essentially called upon to have 30-40 buyins available to me, although I don't necessarily need them all at once) and gets a straight 50% split of profits with full makeup. So any time the bankroll is stuck, than any future winnings go clearing the makeup first. Minimum here would be something like PLO $50 or PLO $100, assuming you have access to some soft games, Indian sites, Chinese sites, pppoker clubs something like that.
Another investment idea is to start a blackjack team. Actually this is quite a solid investment, if you can manage costs. Basically you get several card counters to play the same bankroll. Investors get a high ROI investment with a low time horizon and minimal ROR, and the players get a good chance to make bank with no or limited risk on their behalf. If you look at a typical counting simulation, taking a conservative approach of half kelly with resizing, the chance of busting before doubling is substantially less than 1%. So investors will be looking at a 50% return, obviously the amount of time it will take is unknown. Of course it is crucial to keep expenses in line here, so ideally you have a large enough bankroll that they don't matter because they are a small enough fraction, or work out some sort of team van situation. The absolute minimum here would be like 30k (but that could be 6x5k, not really that hard to find some people who might want to invest, I could invest as well), and the bigger the bankroll the better. Investors could be players as well, keeping a close on the money, it is super easy to train someone to count especially if they are winning poker players and knowledgeable gamblers in the first place. In addition to card counting there are other vulnerabilities, like hole carding, next card knowledge that can be capitalized on as well.
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Visitor's Guide to Detroit Red Wings hockey at Little Caesers Arena 2019-2020

Welcome to the 2019-2020 Detroit Red Wings season. This is the third version of this guide to help out visitors looking for some information from locals about Little Caesers Arena (LCA) and surrounding area in Detroit. I hope you find it helpful. Suggestions welcome!
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Since we're talking about Mafia IV ideas, here is my concept for a 3-part Mafia IV set between 1977 and 1979.

I've had an idea for a Mafia IV that would be a 3-chapter game, with each one sold and released separately. They would take place in:
Chapter I - The Italian island of Sicily, with the large city of Vucciria (Palermo), as well as towns of Casbach (Mazara del Vallo) and Templi (Agrigento), plus the countryside. March 1977-October 1977.
Chapter II - The city of Las Platas, Aztec (Las Vegas, NV) and its metro area, as well as the Cañon Rojo (Red Rock Canyon) and Lake Draught (Lake Mead) areas, and the McHawkins Army Base. October 1977-May 1978.
Chapter III - Empire Bay, plus the coast of West Guernsey (New Jersey) with the towns of Trunk (Long Branch) and Westport (Atlantic City). February 1979-September 1979.
Story
New features:
-Players can watch fictional TV shows and news (think GTA IV/V, but more serious) on 2 different channels.
Vehicle list:
Cars:
Chapter I
Aero - Lancia Stratos 2-door coupe/targa,
Romana - Lancia Flavia 2-door coupe/convertible,
Tortona - Lancia Fulvia 4-door sedan,
Zeta - Lancia Beta Berlina 4-door fastback,
A16 - Autobianchi A112 3-door hatchback,
550 - Fiat 500 2-door sedan,
650 - Fiat 126 2-door sedan,
800 - Fiat 850 2-door sedan,
1100 - Fiat 127 3-door hatchback,
1400V - Fiat 238 panel van,
1600 - Fiat 124 4-door sedan,
1800 - Fiat 131 Mirafiori 4-door sedan (incl. police),
1900 - Fiat 125 5-door wagon,
1800SV - Fiat 124 Sport Spider roadstetarga/coupe,
2000D - Fiat 132 4-door sedan (incl. taxi),
Tuscani - Fiat Campagnola 2-door offroader,
Arco - Alfa Romeo Alfasud 4-door fastback,
Cabrio - 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider 2-door roadstetarga/coupe,
Falerno - Alfa Romeo Alfetta 4-door sedan (incl. police and Carabinieri),
Medici - Alfa Romeo Giulia (Type 105) 4-door sedan (incl. Carabinieri),
XT - Citroen DS21 4-dooor sedan/convertible,
80 - 1974 Oldsmobile 88 4-door hardtop/hearse,
3000 Riviera - Ferrari 308 2-door coupe/targa,
4200 Tampa - Ferrari Daytona 2-door coupe/targa/convertible,
Berlina - 1963 Maserati Quattroporte sedan,
Perbatto - Lamborghini Countach 2-door coupe/targa,
519e - BMW E12 520i 4-door sedan,
Costa - Opel Ascona B 2-door sedan/targa,
Pilot - Opel Kadett B 3-door wagon,
1100 - Simca 1000 4-door sedan,
Ball - VW Golf Mk1 3-door hatchback/convertible,
Cocce - VW Beetle 2-door sedan/convertible,
627 - 1974 Porsche 911 2-door coupe/targa/convertible.
D200 - Mercedes-Benz W115 4-door sedan (incl. taxi),
GE420 - Mercedes-Benz W116 4-door sedan,
GL450 - Mercedes-Benz R107 2-door coupe/targa/roadster,
TA3 - Mercedes-Benz T2 panel van/minibus/armoured van,
Ponderosa - 1973 Chevrolet K5 Blazer,
Ampezzo - Ford Cortina MkII 4-door sedan,
Cavalcade - Ford Escort MkII 2-door sedan/convertible,
Statesman - 1970 Range Rover 2-door SUV,
Golden Dawn - Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow 4-door sedan.
Chapter II:
Aero - Lancia Stratos 2-door coupe/targa,
Bastelli:
1900 SV - Fiat 124 Sport Spider 2-door coupe/targa/roadster,
Tourer - 1977 Buick Estate 5-door wagon,
M355 - 1965 Kaiser-Jeep M715 (military/civilian surplus),
Taxi - Checker Maraton 4-door sedan,
Cabrio - 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider 2-door roadster,
XT - Citroen DS21 4-door sedan/convertible,
90 - 1967 Oldsmobile 98 4-door sedan,
80 - 1974 Oldsmobile 88 4-door sedan,
Cavalcade - 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado 2-door coupe/convertible,
Sabre Custom - 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 2-door coupe/targa,
Corporal - 1964 Plymouth Valiant 5-door wagon,
Moire - 1975 Plymouth Gran Fury 4-door sedan (incl. police and taxi),
Southport - 1966 Chrysler Newport 5-door wagon,
3000 Riviera - Ferrari 308 2-door coupe/targa,
4200 Tampa - Ferrari Daytona 2-door coupe/targa/convertible,
DT100 - 1955 Dodge C100 single cab pickup truck,
Sedan - 1965 Imperial LeBaron 4-door sedan,
Attache - 1966 AMC Ambassador 4-door sedan,
Berlina - 1963 Maserati Quattroporte sedan,
Perbatto - Lamborghini Countach 2-door coupe/targa,
529e - BMW E12 530i 4-door sedan,
Provincial Series VI - 1975 Lincoln Continental Mark IV 2-door coupe/convertible,
Provincial Series VII - 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V 2-door coupe/convertible,
Boulevard - 1973 Cadillac DeVille 4-door sedan,
Conluenzo - 1959 Cadillac Eldorado 2-door coupe/convertible,
Hearse - 1976 Cadillac Series 75 hearse,
Hollywood - 1977 Cadillac Fleetwood 4-door sedan,
Limousine - 1976 Cadillac Series 75 limousine/convertible,
Pilot - Opel Kadett B 3-door wagon,
160 - Datsun 610 5-door wagon,
180 - Datsun 620 2-door pickup,
ST25 - Datsun 240Z 2-door coupe,
Conestoga - 1974 Jeep Wagoneer 4-door SUV,
Utility - Jeep CJ5 2-door offroader,
Ball - VW Rabbit Mk1 3-door hatchback/convertible,
Model A "Bug" - VW Beetle 2-door sedan/convertible,
Model B "Freerider" - 1966 VW Type 2 panel van/minibus,
Longchamp - 1976 Pontiac Grand Ville 2-door coupe/convertible,
Sarthe (1st gen) - 1970 Pontiac LeMans 2-door coupe/convertible,
Sarthe (2nd gen) - 1976 Pontiac LeMans 4-door sedan (incl. police),
627 - 1974 Porsche 911 2-door coupe/targa/convertible,
GE420 - Mercedes-Benz W116 4-door sedan.
GL450 - Mercedes-Benz R107 2-door coupe/targa/roadster.
Windsor - 1949 Mercury Eight 2-door coupe/convertible,
Lynx - 1976 Stutz Blackhawk 2-door coupe/targa/convertible,
Beverly - 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air coupe/convertible,
Compostela - 1968 Chevrolet El Camino 2-door pickup,
Dispatcher 2500 - 1973 Chevrolet Suburban K20 4-door SUV (incl. sheriff),
Executive - 1977 Chevrolet Impala 4-door sedan (incl. police, taxi and detective),
Frigate - 1971 Chevrolet Corvette 2-door coupe/targa/roadster,
Ponderosa - 1973 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer (incl. sheriff and military),
Shuboir - 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle 5-door wagon,
Truck 3500 - 1973 Chevrolet C30 double-cab pickup/tow truck (incl. military),
Valestra - 1975 Chevrolet Nova 3-door hatchback,
Cargoline - 1972 Ford Econoline 2-door panel van/minibus,
Carino - 1971 Ford Pinto 3-door hatchback,
Coupe - 1932 Ford 2-door coupe/convertible,
Cross-Country - 1972 Ford Country Squire 4-door wagon,
Lakefield - 1963 Ford Fairlane 4-door sedan,
S200 - 1965 Ford F-200 single cab pickup truck,
SLT - 1971 Ford LTD 4-door sedan,
Thunderbolt - 1970 Ford Thunderbird 4-door sedan/convertible,
Golden Dawn - Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow 4-door sedan,
Union - 1975 Honda Accord 3-door hatchback.
Chapter III:
Aero - Lancia Stratos 2-door coupe/targa,
400 - Volvo 244 4-door sedan,
1900 SV - Fiat 124 Sport Spider 2-door coupe/targa/roadster,
Scepter - 1978 Buick Regal 2-door coupe/T-top/convertible,
Tourer - 1977 Buick Estate 5-door wagon,
W355 - 1965 Kaiser-Jeep M715 (civilian surplus),
Taxi - Checker Maraton 4-door sedan,
Cabrio - 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider 2-door roadster,
XT - Citroen DS21 4-door sedan,
90 - 1967 Oldsmobile 98 4-door sedan,
80 - 1974 Oldsmobile 88 4-door sedan,
Cavalcade - 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado 2-door coupe/convertible.
Sabre Custom - 1975 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme 2-door coupe/targa/convertible,
Corporal - 1964 Plymouth Valiant 5-door wagon,
Moire - 1975 Plymouth Gran Fury 4-door sedan (incl. police and taxi),
Southport - 1966 Chrysler Newport 5-door wagon,
3000 Riviera - Ferrari 308 2-door coupe/targa,
4200 Tampa - Ferrari Daytona 2-door coupe/targa/convertible,
DT100 - 1955 Dodge C100 single cab pickup truck,
Sedan - 1965 Imperial LeBaron 4-door sedan/convertible,
Attache - 1966 AMC Ambassador 4-door sedan,
Hare - 1975 AMC Pacer 3-door hatchback,
Berlina - 1963 Maserati Quattroporte sedan,
Perbatto - Lamborghini Countach 2-door coupe/targa,
529e - BMW E12 530i 4-door sedan,
Loire - 1977 Lincoln Versailles 4-door sedan,
Provincial Series VI - 1975 Lincoln Continental Mark IV 2-door coupe/convertible,
Provincial Series VII - 1977 Lincoln Continental Mark V 2-door coupe/convertible,
Boulevard - 1973 Cadillac DeVille 4-door sedan,
Conluenzo (1st gen) - 1959 Cadillac Eldorado 2-door coupe/convertible,
Hearse - 1976 Cadillac Series 75 hearse,
Hollywood - 1977 Cadillac Fleetwood 4-door sedan,
Limousine - 1976 Cadillac Series 75 limousine,
Pilot - Opel Kadett B 3-door wagon,
160 - Datsun 610 5-door wagon,
180 - Datsun 620 2-door pickup,
ST25 - Datsun 240Z 2-door coupe,
Conestoga - 1974 Jeep Wagoneer 4-door SUV,
M-5 - Jeep CJ5 2-door offroader,
Ball - VW Rabbit Mk1 3-door hatchback/convertible,
Model A "Bug" - VW Beetle 2-door sedan/convertible,
Model B "Freerider" - 1966 VW Type 2 panel van/minibus,
Longchamp - 1976 Pontiac Grand Ville 2-door coupe/convertible,
Sarthe (1st gen) - 1970 Pontiac LeMans 2-door coupe/convertible,
Sarthe (2nd gen) - 1976 Pontiac LeMans 4-door sedan (incl. police),
Venus - 1969 Pontiac Catalina 4-door wagon,
Vulture - 1976 Pontiac Firebird 2-door coupe/targa,
627 - 1974 Porsche 911 2-door coupe/targa/convertible.
E240 - Mercedes-Benz W123 4-door sedan,
GE420 - Mercedes-Benz W116 4-door sedan.
GL450 - Mercedes-Benz R107 2-door coupe/targa/roadster.
Lynx - 1976 Stutz Blackhawk 2-door coupe/T-top/convertible,
Compostela - 1968 Chevrolet El Camino 2-door pickup,
Dispatcher 2500 - 1973 Chevrolet Suburban K20 4-door SUV (incl. sheriff),
Executive - 1977 Chevrolet Impala 4-door sedan (incl. police and taxi),
Frigate - 1971 Chevrolet Corvette 2-door coupe/targa/roadster,
Ponderosa - 1973 Chevrolet K-5 Blazer (incl. sheriff),
Shuboir - 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle 5-door wagon,
Truck 3500 - 1973 Chevrolet C30 double-cab pickup/tow truck,
Valestra - 1975 Chevrolet Nova 3-door hatchback,
Cargoline - 1972 Ford Econoline 2-door panel van/minibus,
Carino - 1971 Ford Pinto 3-door hatchback,
Coupe - 1932 Ford 2-door coupe/convertible,
Cross-Country - 1972 Ford Country Squire 4-door wagon,
Lakefield - 1963 Ford Fairlane 4-door sedan
S200 - 1965 Ford F-200 single cab pickup truck,
SLT - 1971 Ford LTD 4-door sedan,
Thunderbolt - 1968 Ford Thunderbird 4-door sedan/convertible,
Trinidad - 1977 Ford Granada 4-door sedan,
Golden Dawn - Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow 4-door sedan,
Regalia - 1974 Toyota Corolla 4-door sedan,
Futura - 1975 Honda Civic 3-door hatchback,
Union - 1975 Honda Accord 3-door hatchback,
Heavy vehicles:
Chapter I:
B6 - 1977 Volvo F10 semi truck/box truck/flatbed.
12 - 1970 Fiat 343 bus,
6400 - 1963 Fiat 643N semi truck/flatbed/box truck/dump truck,
Chapter II/III:
Roader - 1961 Dodge Frank Motor Home,
354 - M35 "Deuce and a half" military/surplus truck,
356 - M809 6x6 military truck,
600 - 1976 Peterbilt 359 semi truck,
Bus - GM New Look bus,
S700 - 1968 Ford F-700 box truck/flatbed/dump truck/armoured truck (incl. SWAT),
T700 - 1968 Ford B-700 bus,
T8 - 1967 Kenworth W900A semi truck,
Warrior - 1971 Winnebago Brave,
Motorbikes:
Chapter I:
250 - 1963 Ducati 250,
Crawler - 1968 Ducati Scrambler,
R800 - 1972 Ducati SS 750,
850 Monza - 1976 Moto Guzzi 850 Le Mans,
150 RO - 1971 KTM 175 GS,
T900 - 1973 BMW R90S,
Apina 50 - 1963 Piaggio Vespa 50cc,
Apina 125 - 1968 Piaggio Vespa 125 Primavera,
Highwayman - 1965 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide 1200.
Chapter II/III:
250 - 1963 Ducati 250,
Crawler - 1968 Ducati Scrambler,
R800 - 1972 Ducati SS 750,
850 Monza - 1976 Moto Guzzi 850 Le Mans,
150 RO - 1971 KTM 175 GS,
T900 - 1973 BMW R90S,
500OX - 1975 Yamaha XT500,
S800 - 1972 Suzuki GT750,
Apina 125 - 1968 Piaggio Vespa 125 Primavera,
Cruiser - 1976 Harley-Davidson Softail,
Highwayman - 1965/1974 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide 1200 (incl. police).
Glider - 1974 Honda Goldwing GL 1000,
T90 - 1969 Honda C90,
TX125 - 1973 Honda CR125M,
Boats:
Returning from Mafia III (Vindicator and Airboat only in Chapter II and III), plus:
M400 - 1970s medium-sized motorboat (incl. Italian police and coast guard),
U800 - 1960s tugboat,
U900 - 1960s fishing smack,
Aqua Blu - 1969 Riva Aquarama,
2500 - 1970s American racing speedboat.
BC450 - 1976 Kawasaki JS400 jet ski.
Planes (Chapter II/III):
A45 Stallion - 1944 NAA P51B Mustang.
300 - 1967 Cessna 172H,
Noter - 1969 Cessna Citation,
S9 Ute - 1967 Piper P-31 Cherokee,
Mosquito 500 - 500cc ultralight aircraft.
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- Lost in Necropolis -

Through the jungle by the River Styx
I've journeyed long and far this day
Lurking shadows in the parapets
Will never make me turn away
Darkened city veiled in crimson mist
Entombed in time without decay
Never thought it would be like this
It feels like I'm living inside a dream
But my mind tells me I'm
Lost in Necropolis
"Wake up."
Alois sat up dazed and mumbling unintelligibly upon receiving a gentle kick from Chandragupta.
"Bonjour", he yawned somewhat flippantly.
"No more drinking. Henceforth."
"Well--"
"No more, until we're out of this. This is a raid. We need you at the top of your game. You've raided before, yes?"
"I was among the boarding party on the Leviathan."
"This is worse. Eyes up, Guardian", Chandragupta left him with a friendly pat on the shoulder.
"Hey, Windsor... you... well, you spend a lot of time here. Does the impending task at hand carry as much weight for you as it does for me?"
"Clarify?"
"The original raid on the Four Winds Bar... that was kind of a big deal, no? In a way I think it's directly responsible for the general status quo of the last four years or so. Even the fucking Red War didn't impact the Lanterns quite as much, y'know? Like, obviously it... Well, maybe it's just me. You were already running raids with the Lanterns when I met you."
"No, I think I agree, not fully, but that raid took us from a small team with lots of little acquaintances to a proper social circle of brothers in arms... erm, 'brothers' might be a bad term considering all the rampant sex. Anyway, you've been around for the majority of the time our fireteam has existed, and even before you were sworn in officially, you were there for Oryx, and you were there for the Trials of Desdinova."
"Hell, I was more there for Oryx than you were."
"Just as well. You're the one he came all this way to see."
"How's it feel to have landed the girl who the Taken King himself personally came all the way here just to kill?" she said, sauntering over and bringing her arms lazily together around his neck, resting them on his shoulders.
"Well, when you put it that way, it's liable to go to one's head."
"You really suck at flirting."
"Eh, yeah..."
Eldris laughed and resumed working on her loadout. Windsor watched her as he absentmindedly cleaned his sword, his focus much more on her than on actually preparing his weapons. "Do you actually need to maintain anything or can you just, like, will your weapons into perfect working order? Being a priest of this place and all", she asked.
"Well, I'm still very new to this. I've been a Paladin of Four Winds for almost no time at all, and I am alive in the physical world, at least as alive as any other given Risen. I don't have thousands of years of experience like Chandy; I can travel to the Bar and between Aspects, but it's a lot more limited than the way he can. For all intents and purposes, I'm just another Guardian, but with... perks, that happen to require a lot more time to master than I have so far had."
"You pulled all of us into the Four Winds Bar, though."
"Probably helps we were not only being summoned specifically, but also have, for at least most of us, been here before, and as such knew what to expect."
"Well, I'm still impressed. It's certainly something I can't do."
"You could, potentially."
"Well... I'm not so sure it's my bag. If I'm being honest, I don't know how to feel about this place. It's certainly fascinating, but... also gives me a feeling I can't quite put my finger on. Like I don't belong here. I don't want to think about what happens after my final death, but it scares me to think I could end up in a situation like this, going on a fuckin' raid because otherwise my consciousness gets turned into an animalistic parasite, and if I fuck up I just end up suffering anyway."
"Well, I have my biases, for sure. I don't want to be the pushy sort that tries to convert their girlfriend, but I know that if I were to speak of it, that notion would hang in the air."
"Well, don't feel like you can't talk about it. Just be understanding, is all I ask."
"Hey, you two." Windsor and Eldris turned to face Chandragupta. "We're briefing. Meet at the docks."
"Hello, my name is Chandragupta, welcome to briefing, sit on the boat! We've gathered here today to appease a pair of feral lich kings in order to stop them from wreaking devastation upon the Aspect of Mykonos. I have a sinking feeling this isn't going to go completely according to plan, seeing as the grave goods are already damaged, so prepare yourselves for a wild ride. The golden rules are to stick together to the best of our ability--we almost absolutely WILL be separated at some point, so keep your ghost lines open. Speaking of", he said, turning to Illyria and Freya.
"Artemisia returned to me last night", Illyria confirmed, her ghost fluttering out as confirmation.
"I... I don't know how to reach Fenriz..."
"Well, Freya, lemme teach you. OK, so pull out your ghost."
"What?"
"Just pull out your ghost."
"I haven't had Fenriz since--"
"Just... pull him out."
Freya, frustrated, did as bade, and nothing happened.
"I told you--"
"Fenriz isn't any more dead than you are, and as your ghost he is eternally bound to you. Pull out your ghost... and keep an open mind. Things are not the same in here as they are out there."
Freya made an honest attempt to call forth her ghost, with faith, if not conviction, that it would work. Fenriz faded into being, as if through a garbled, faulty transmat.
"AAAHH!!! Auh... oh... Freya! You're alive! I'm alive! Wait... what?"
"Neither of you are technically alive, this is the Four Winds Bar, it's raid time, she can fill you in on what you don't pick up. And, uh, Kessel... how're you now? Got your ghost?"
"N--no...." Kessel mumbled, his already-nervous expression becoming further stressed.
"What's his or her name?"
"I-Iggy..."
"All right, shouldn't take all that long provided he's OK wherever he is. He'll likely bind back to you once we're onboard."
"You couldn't do that for me?" Freya asked.
"No, because you're capable of doing it yourself. I'm honestly not sure Kessel should really be a part of this..."
"Let me. Please. I can fight. I haven't... been a Guardian in so long... please..."
"Well, if you insist, I won't stop you. And Freya, your armor? A sweater and cargo pants aren't exactly gonna protect you. Just picture... whatever you want to wear, in your mind's eye, and have Fenriz put it on you. Go ahead. Try."
Freya, her confidence bolstered by Fenriz's presence, imagined a high-quality set of Vanguard-certifiable Hunter armor, the plating shaded a deep crimson, the leathers a rich brown, light but thick, and a dark mauve cloak, long, flowing and of sumptuous silks.
What ended up materializing on her was a decent-quality, Crucible-authorizable version of what she envisioned, her cloak a cheaper version of its intended form, pulled over one shoulder and hanging loosely on one side, tight against her modest pauldrons on the other.
"With the memory of Light, that should do you and your little service revolver fine. Man, what a small gun for a handcannon, though. When was it built, 1885?"
"Hey, leave me alone, all right? It'll do for now."
"Yeah, just couldn't help taking the piss. Well, time to head off", Chandragupta declared, raising the anchor and speeding them off towards the Necropolis. They sailed in silence, due in part to a sense of solemnity and dread, and in equal measure to a failure to sleep well, and for those that did sleep well, hangovers.
"Oh."
"Wh--oh." Freya followed the Harappan wizard's gaze up the side of the ship.
"How're we already...?" Aktaf trailed off.
Chandragupta glanced back at shore.
"We're ensnared. No chance of leaving til we deal with this."
"How can you tell?"
"Can't see Mykonos anymore."
"Ahhhh.... huhhhh.... swell."
"All right, look for the anchor. We'll climb the chain."
"Shouldn't it just be at the prow?" Eldris pointed out.
"Why yes! And let's hope it is", Chandragupta confirmed, steering the boat to the front of the ship. A great chain extended from the Aegean to the deck of the Necropolis; ordinarily it would be an awkward climb, but the chain was so battered and rotten as to provide handholds in the shape of its decay. One by one the Guardians boarded the chain and set off upwards into the abyss.
"Abandon all hope, ye who enter here", Freya said as she watched her comrades climb the chain.
"What's that, love? Been reading Dante?"
"What?"
"Abandon all hope? The line from the Inferno?"
"Is that where that comes from?"
"Oui. And don't be so gloomy, we've only just begun", Alois said as he hopped on the chain.
"We've only just begun and we're already trapped on the open sea with an eldritch ship full of vampires that bypass Guardian anti-thanatics!"
"Cheery smiles! Think of all the wondrous discoveries to be made! We will surely learn a lot!"
Freya rolled her eyes, directly into Illyria's stare. The Titan was holding back laughter as she began to climb the chain.
"Come on though, Freya. What, getting cold feet now that it's too late to turn back?"
"No, I... ah, fuck it, come on, let's just climb."
One by one the fireteam touched down on the deck of the Necropolis.
"All right. We want to reach the captains' apartments, which is meant to be analagous to the royal crypt when the Necropolis is in this form. And it looks like we can enter the main hub of the ship through a side door somewhere along the verandah. Assuming I know what I'm talking about, we can get there by melting down this gate..."
Chandragupta strode over to the thin metal gate, which had been sloppily painted over so much it was more paint now than whatever it started life as. He heated it until it melted, and waved for the party to follow him along the verandah. A gentle wind pushed at his robes as he strode confidently to a door nearer the center of the ship. Passing through, they emerged in the main lobby, empty and dimly-lit, unstaffed bars on two of the four visible floors. Above the highest level was a massive, five-story open pit host to four elevators.
"We wanna get up there. I don't expect it to be as easy as boarding an elevator. Since we're inevitably going to get split up anyway, I think we should take our chance to make it happen on our terms, and with a goal. Aktaf, Liesel, Alois and Illyria, take the casino route; it leads to the shops, and we need something to replace the finery. Rowain, Ariadne, Freya--you head down towards the theatre. Theatres on these ships often have some kind of... almost maze systems behind and adjacent to them. Plus, backstage probably holds something worth checking out."
"What do you mean?" Rowain asked.
"Could be weapons, could be treasure to replace the finery."
"I thought we were replacing the finery", Liesel commented.
"There was a lot of finery. Boris, Mila, take Kessel and investigate the suites. They can be a dangerous place to get lost, but can also often hold passages and backdoors that lead to restricted and hard-to-access areas of the upper decks. Could provide a direct route to the burial chamber."
"Should Kessel really be a part of something involving winding tunnels that actively want to confuse and trap people? Isn't that a little too close to the 103-B incident for a guy who seems to be suffering PTSD from it?" Aktaf pointed out.
"From what I've read of that incident... uhhh maybe. Kessel, you can switch with Aktaf if you'd prefer."
"I'll be OK."
"Uhh well, whatever suits you, friend. Windsor, Eldris, you're coming with me to scout for safe rooms. Which brings me to my next point. I assume, between the 13 of us, someone has transmat beacons?"
A smattering of murmured agreements commenced.
"Great. We're gonna plant those in the safe rooms. Windsor and I can cast a single-use spell that functions largely the same way, if necessary, but you'd have to be with us to travel back, so the transmat is entirely more effective in every single way. Now, we may be traversing, ostensibly, a cruise ship, and it's entirely likely it'll keep this base form for the duration of our stay, but not only can we not guarantee it won't take another shape, we also have to account for getting tossed into different pocket dimensions while we're here. Good news is they will in fact be localized within the bounds of the Necropolis. Any questions?"
"We gonna have a rendevouz point?" Liesel asked.
"That's what me, Windy and El are looking for. Obviously plant a beacon yourselves if any of you find a safe room first, but mainly concentrate on finding access to restricted zones and offering replacements."
"If we're taking treasure replacements from inside the Necropolis, isn't that like... gifting them their own shit?" Mila pointed out.
"Many kings are buried here."
"So we should wake up more of them?"
"...well, there's no guarantee that would happen, but it is a risk..."
"What about... would any of the, ah, residents, perhaps be inclined to work against Basileos Megán and Archaeos Therón?" Rowain inquired.
"Not sure. I don't know that I'd risk it. I can ask Desdinova from a safe room. Let's get started, and we'll adapt accordingly."
The party split into their respective teams. The casino team strolled into their area of operations and soon disappeared into the sprawl of untended gambling stations, glitzy, gaudy lights running on around half, the rest derelict and dark. The corridors team, striking a tight formation, soon vanished around the bend. The safe room and theatre teams walked side-by-side before reaching the fork between the theatre halls and a stairwell.
"Keep alert for danger. There's no telling when they'll start to mess with us, but we're on the undead's home base here. Let everyone know if you notice anything. I know it's obvious, but still."
"You're talking to a Praxic Imperator, boss", Ariadne said.
"I've no doubt for your combat ability and convictions. You've never been to Four Winds before, though."
"I've been in Vex constructs on Nessus that had this same flavour of chaos architecture."
"Vex are more predictable than this by far."
"Well... then...."
"Keep your Light safe, Guardians", Chandragupta said before peeling off up the stairs. With a nod of cameraderie to the theatre group, Eldris and Windsor followed suit.
"Aktaf. Look at this."
The Warlock followed Illyria's voice to a strange table nearby yet another unmanned bar. It seemed to be built directly into the floor; whatever the smooth material it was made from was, it blended seemlessly with the black ceramic tiles of the casino. A control panel of some sort was on the front, with no clear indication of how to use it.
"Ca1000, can you tell me anything about this?"
"Lemme see", the ghost said, scanning the item. "All I'm getting is, 'map'. Nothing further."
"Oh... well, at least we... might? know what it is..."
"Artemisia, call Amri", Illyria bade her ghost. Chandragupta answered shortly.
"Hello?"
"We found a strange device in the casino. Aktaf's ghost scanned it. It's a map, but we don't know how to activate it."
"Oh, hm... that's one to file away for later, I guess. Have you tried to do anything with it yet?"
"No."
"Uhh, try... this would be a lot easier if I could see it. Maybe. All right, well, just file that away for later and carry on for now. Keep an eye out for safe rooms, keep an eye out for danger. Chandragupta out."
"You see anything different yet?" Boris asked Mila.
"No, floor's the same as the last one."
"How long have we been just walking down massive corridors of hotel rooms?"
"We've covered two floors in somewhere between 20 and 30 minutes, and there are around nine or ten floors if I'm not mistaken. Seems they've stuck us with easy, monotonous grunt duty on this one."
"So it does. How're you, Kessel?"
"I'm all right."
"Smooth sailing. Always nice in this fucked-up place. I'm getting some real House of the Past vibes here. Like a fuckin' demon spirit is gonna come out any second and start fucking things up."
"Don't give 'em that power, Boris. Easy thoughts for our easy mission. What... what's that?"
Boris followed his girlfriend's gaze down the corridor which extended nearly the entire length of the ship. A faint twinkle of movement shimmered in the distance. The two of them both looked down the barrels of their sniper rifles.
The figure that approached them wore the skull of an auroch upon its head, and draped itself otherwise in layered black robes adorned with strange charms. It strode with a sort of relaxed determination down the hall at them.
"Oh, my, do I not want to find out. Call Chandy."
"You heard him, Dex. Establish a ghostlink with Amri."
"I can't."
"Why not?"
"You don't feel that in the air?"
"What are you talking about?"
"Something's... wrong. Like something's polluted my Light."
"Scooby, you affected by this?" Boris asked his ghost.
"Yeah... I feel really weak and drowsy. A little out of it. Like I'm... poisoned or something."
"Shit. Kessel, how's Iggy?"
Silence. Boris glanced around.
"Fucking dammit."
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July Community Day Across Connecticut

Looking for a local meet-up for the July 2019 Community Day? Check out the Silph League Map ( https://thesilphroad.com/atlas) , and join a local server. Here are your local staff that will be distributing the limited time Silph Traveler Badges at each event. Be sure to set up your Traveler Card ( https://thesilphroad.com/travelers-cards) before attending your local meet-up.
REMINDER: EVENT BEGINS AT 4PM. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL STAFF FOR PRE AND POST BADGE DISTRIBUTION AND COMMUNITY EVENTS.
>Jungle Cup: Be sure to check out the https://silph.gg/map to find a Jungle Cup Tournament near you!
(Listings and meet-up days subject to change. Please reach out to listed Discord Staff for most current info.)
Server Name Town State Location Discord Staff
Pokemon Go Raids (Connecticut) Colchester CT Downtown Colchester Gator#4141, skilty226#3252
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Pokemon Go Raids (Connecticut) Stamford CT Mill River Park ChickenAssault#3462, Jackrack#3720, Jcoona#3371, raiderkat#3373
Pokemon Go Raids (Connecticut) Storrs CT Student Union Linz#9154, pop2-0#8427
Enfield-Suffield Trainers League Suffield CT Suffield Center LGTTurbo07#0716, jayarr#9832, MSundin40#1793
Pokemon Go Raids (Connecticut) Vernon/Rockville CT Downtown Rockville nikict154#7763
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[For Sale]Mostly Jazz, but some other genres too. 10% off Discogs price.

I bought 400 jazz albums a few weeks back, and have some listed here. Still have to narrow them more, so will be adding on a regular basis as I work through them. I ended up with a lot of duplicates - those are listed, and others I'm debating to keep/sell... I do need to make some room. Hoping someone else likes jazz around here.
US shipping is $5 flat, any quantity. Media Mail and tracked from Illinois. Payment via Paypal please.
Thanks!
_ARTIST TITLE PRICE MEDIA JACKET
Adam Wade And Then Came Adam $1.79 VG VG+
Ahmad Jamal The Piano Scene Of Ahmad Jamal $2.69 G+ G+
Ahmad Jamal Portfolio Of Ahmad Jamal $3.59 G+ G
Ahmad Jamal The Roar Of The Greasepaint - The Smell Of The Crowd $8.09 NM or M- VG+
Ahmad Jamal Trio Jamal At The Pershing Vol. 2 $3.59 VG+ Generic
Al Di Meola Land Of The Midnight Sun $2.69 VG+ VG+
Al Di Meola Casino $2.69 VG+ VG
Al Di Meola Cielo E Terra $4.49 NM or M- VG+
Al Hibbler Starring Al Hibbler $1.79 G G
Al Hibbler Al Hibbler Remembers $2.24 G+ VG+
Al Jolson In Songs He Made Famous $2.69 VG VG
Alan Swain Orchestra Encore Jazz Dance Session $6.29 VG+ VG
Albert Lee Speechless $3.59 VG+ VG
Alphonse Mouzon The Sky Is The Limit $2.69 VG+ VG+
André Kostelanetz And His Orchestra Bolero / William Tell - Overture $2.69 VG VG
André Kostelanetz And His Orchestra The Music Of Chopin $4.49 VG+ VG
Andrés Segovia My Favorite Spanish Encores $3.59 VG+ G+
Andy Narell Slow Motion $4.49 NM or M- VG+
Andy Summers & Robert Fripp I Advance Masked $3.59 VG+ VG
Antonio Carlos Jobim Stone Flower $19.79 VG+ VG+
Antonio Carlos Jobim Wave $20.69 VG+ VG
Antonio Vivaldi - Kammerorchester Des Saarländischen Rundfunks, Saarbrücken Conducted By Karl Ristenpart 5 Concerti For Diverse Instruments $2.69 NM or M- NM or M-
Arnie Lawrence You're Gonna Hear From Me $4.49 VG VG+
Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Drum Suite $6.29 G+ VG
Art Tatum Solo Piano $2.69 VG+ VG+
Art Tatum Here's Art Tatum $2.69 VG G+
Art Tatum Works Of Art $5.39 VG+ VG+
Art Van Damme Septet: The New Sound Of Art Van Damme $5.39 VG+ VG+
Arthur Fiedler • The Boston Pops Orchestra Fabulous Broadway $2.69 VG+ VG+
Arthur Fiedler And The Boston Pops Orchestra Pops Varieties $8.99 NM or M- VG+
Arthur Prysock Unforgettable $2.24 VG+ VG+
Arthur Prysock Art & Soul $8.99 NM or M- VG+
Arthur Whittemore, Jack Lowe Twentieth Century Music For Two Pianos $2.69 G+ VG
Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Moonglow $1.79 VG+ VG
Astrud Gilberto Look To The Rainbow $9.89 NM or M- NM or M-
B.B. King In London $2.69 G+ Not Graded
B.B. King Friends $3.59 G+ VG
B.B. King Completely Well $8.99 G+ VG
B.J. Thomas Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head $3.59 NM or M- VG+
B.J. Thomas Young And In Love $5.39 NM or M- NM or M-
Banda Taurina ¡Bullring! Music Of The Bull Fight Ring, La Fiesta Brava, Vol. 4 $1.79 VG+ VG
Bar-Kays Flying High On Your Love $2.69 G+ G+
Barry Galbraith Guitar Comping $6.29 NM or M- NM or M-
Benny Goodman Meeting At The Summit $4.49 VG VG
Benny Goodman Trios (& One Duet) $4.94 NM or M- NM or M-
Benny Goodman An Album Of Swing Classics $8.99 VG+ VG
Benny Hipsley Presenting Benny Hipsley At The Desert Hotel Live $4.49 VG+ VG
Bernard Peiffer The Pied Bernard Peiffer Of The Piano $8.99 VG+ VG+
Bert Henry Bert Henry At The Hungry Thigh $1.79 G+ VG+
Bill Laswell Baselines $7.19 NM or M- VG+
Bill Reinhardt Where Were You Last Night? "At Jazz Ltd. Of Course" $5.39 VG VG+
Billy Butler Sugar Candy Lady $5.39 G+ VG
Billy Eckstine The Modern Sound Of Mr. B. $2.24 VG VG+
Billy Preston Everybody Likes Some Kind Of Music $2.69 VG VG+
Billy Vaughn Number 1 Hits, Vol. 1 $5.39 VG+ VG+
Blood, Sweat And Tears Child Is Father To The Man $1.79 VG VG
Blue Sky Boys The Original And Great $1.34 G+ G+
Bob Dylan / The Band Before The Flood $22.49 VG+ VG+
Bob Fleming Sax Spectacular Vol. 2 $44.99 VG VG
Bob James Three $3.59 VG G+
Bobby Hebb Sunny By Bobby Hebb $5.39 VG VG
Bobby Hutcherson Linger Lane $5.39 VG G
Bobby McFerrin The Voice $1.79 VG+ VG+
Bobby McFerrin The Voice $1.79 VG+ VG+
Bobby Short Bobby Short Loves Cole Porter $2.69 VG+ VG+
Bonnie Raitt Sweet Forgiveness $1.79 VG+ VG+
Boots Randolph Hip Boots $3.59 VG+ VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Live! $2.69 G VG
Brother Jack McDuff Goodnight, It's Time To Go $3.59 G+ VG
Brother Jack McDuff Screamin' $3.59 G+ VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Live! $3.59 G+ VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Check This Out $4.49 VG VG
Brother Jack McDuff Prelude $4.49 VG VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Live! $8.99 VG VG+
Brother Jack McDuff The Fourth Dimension $9.89 VG VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Hot Barbeque $16.19 VG VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Hot Barbeque $16.19 VG VG+
Brother Jack McDuff Moon Rappin' $31.49 G+ VG
Brothers Johnson Blam!! $2.69 VG+ VG+
Bruce Forman In Transit $4.49 VG+ VG+
Bruce Forman In Transit $8.09 NM or M- NM or M-
Buck Clayton The Huckle-Buck And Robbins' Nest (A Buck Clayton Jam Session) $3.14 G+ G+
Bud Freeman's All Star Orchestra Midnight At Eddie Condon's $3.59 VG VG+
Bud Powell The Jazz Legacy Of Bud Powell $4.49 VG+ VG+
Bud Powell Blue Note Café Paris, 1961 $6.29 VG+ VG+
Bud Powell Swingin' With Bud $8.99 VG VG
Buddy Miles We Got To Live Together $3.14 VG VG
Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra A Salute To The Fabulous Dorseys $3.14 VG+ VG+
Buddy Spicher Me And My Heroes $1.79 G+ VG+
Bunny Berigan His Trumpet & His Orchestra Volume 1 $2.69 NM or M- VG+
Cal Tjader Warm Wave $3.59 VG+ G+
Cal Tjader Tjader $13.49 VG+ VG
Cannonball Adderley Cannonball Adderley's Fiddler On The Roof $6.74 VG+ VG+
Cannonball Adderley And Bossa Rio With Sérgio Mendes Cannonball Adderley And The Bossa Rio Sextet With Sergio Mendes $3.59 G+ VG
Cannonball Adderley Sextet Nippon Soul $16.67 VG VG+
Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles! Live! $3.59 VG VG
Carmen McRae With Mat Matthews Quintet By Special Request $8.99 VG VG
Caterina Valente / Werner Müller Und Sein Orchester Caterina Valente's Greatest Hits $1.79 NM or M- NM or M-
Charles Earland Leaving This Planet $35.09 VG+ G+
Charles Mingus Charlie Mingus $4.49 VG+ VG
Charlie Barnet Town Hall Jazz Concert $3.59 VG+ VG+
Charlie Byrd Byrdland $5.39 VG+ VG+
Charlie Christian Solo Flight - The Genius Of Charlie Christian $5.39 NM or M- G
Charlie Musselwhite Leave The Blues To Us $6.29 VG G
Charlie Parker - Miles Davis Giants Of Jazz $4.04 VG+ VG
Chick Corea My Spanish Heart $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Chuck Mangione Children Of Sanchez $3.59 VG+ VG+
Clancy Hayes With Yank Lawson And His Yankee Clippers Happy Melodies $6.29 VG+ VG
Clare Fischer Big Band Thesaurus $2.24 VG+ VG+
Clay Tyson Up Tight $22.49 VG+ VG+
Clifford Brown And Max Roach At Basin Street $4.49 VG+ VG+
Coke Escovedo Coke $3.14 VG VG
Count Basie Count Basie $1.34 VG+ VG+
Count Basie More Hits Of The '50's And '60's $2.69 VG+ VG+
Count Basie / Joe Williams Just The Blues $6.29 VG+ VG+
Count Basie and Billy Eckstine Basie/Eckstine, Inc. $2.24 VG VG
Count Basie Orchestra The Best Of Count Basie $4.49 VG+ VG+
Count Basie Orchestra April In Paris $5.39 G+ VG
Count Basie Orchestra Hollywood...Basie's Way $8.99 NM or M- NM or M-
Count Basie Orchestra One O'Clock Jump $8.99 M NM or M-
Count Basie Orchestra Basie, One More Time $13.49 VG+ VG+
Creedence Clearwater Revival Creedence Clearwater Revival $8.09 VG Not Graded
Dakota Staton Madame Foo-Foo $1.79 VG VG+
Danny Toan First Serve $2.69 VG+ G+
Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck's Greatest Hits $4.49 VG+ VG+
Dave Grusin Mountain Dance $7.19 NM or M- NM or M-
David Rose Enchanted Strings $5.39 VG+ VG+
David Sancious Just As I Thought $3.14 VG+ VG+
David Sancious David Sancious $12.59 VG+ VG
Dean Elliott College Confidential $6.29 VG+ VG+
Deep Purple Made In Japan $6.29 VG+ VG+
Dennis Farnon And His Orchestra Caution! Men Swinging $3.59 VG VG+
Dewey Redman Quartet The Struggle Continues $6.74 VG+ VG
Dexter Gordon Sophisticated Giant $2.69 VG VG+
Dick Hyman Cincinnati Fats $4.49 VG+ VG+
Dinah Washington This Is My Story $4.49 VG VG
Django Reinhardt And Quintette Du Hot Club De France With Stéphane Grappelli Djangology $SOLD VG+ VG+
Don Drummond In Memory Of Don Drummond $26.99 VG VG+
Don Gardner Trio Featuring Jimmy Smith And The Wilson Lewes Quartet Jimmy Smith $1.34 G+ G+
Don Goldie Trumpet Caliente $6.29 VG+ VG
Don Nix Hobos, Heroes And Street Corner Clowns $2.69 VG VG+
Don Patterson With Sonny Stitt And Billy James The Boss Men $3.59 G+ G+
Don Pullen Tomorrow's Promises $4.49 VG+ VG
Doris Day Lights! Camera! Action! $4.49 VG VG
Drifting Cowboys We Remember Hank Williams $29.25 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Monologue $2.69 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies $3.59 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington Duke Ellington's My People $4.49 VG VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Concert In The Virgin Islands $2.69 VG VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra The Great Paris Concert $7.19 VG+ VG+
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra Ellington At Newport $11.69 VG+ VG
Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong The Duke Ellington-Louis Armstrong Years $5.39 VG VG
Duke Robillard And The Pleasure Kings Too Hot To Handle $4.49 VG+ VG+
Earl Grant Earl Grant At Basin Street East $1.79 VG VG+
Earl Grant Earl Grant's Greatest Hits $2.69 VG+ VG+
Earl Grant Yes Sirree! $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Earl Hines And His Quartet "Fatha" Blows Best $3.59 VG+ VG
Earl Hines And Maxine Sullivan Live At The Overseas Press Club $1.34 VG+ VG+
Ed Conley Piano Dynamics $3.59 VG VG+
Ed Conley Piano Dynamics $3.59 VG VG+
Eddie Adcock Guitar Echoes $1.79 VG VG
Eddie Brigati Lost In The Wilderness $4.49 VG+ NM or M-
Eddie Condon Dixieland Dance Party $1.79 VG G+
Eddie Harris Instant Death $5.39 VG+ VG+
Eddie Harris & Les McCann Second Movement $2.69 G+ VG
Eddie Heywood Canadian Sunset $3.59 VG+ NM or M-
Edvard Grieg : Philippe Entremont, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy / Modest Mussorgsky : Philippe Entremont Concerto For Piano And Orchestra In A Minor, Op. 16 / Pictures At An Exhibition $3.59 VG+ VG+
Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald $3.59 VG G+
Elton John Greatest Hits Volume II $2.69 VG+ NM or M-
Eric Clapton August $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Eric Kloss / Barry Miles Together $5.39 VG+ VG+
Erroll Garner Concert By The Sea $2.69 VG+ VG+
Erroll Garner Best Of Garner $2.69 VG VG+
Erroll Garner Play It Again, Erroll! $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Etta James The Best Of Etta James $8.99 VG+ VG+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $4.49 G+ VG+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $6.29 G+ G+
Etta Jones Don't Go To Strangers $8.09 VG+ VG
Eubie Blake The Eighty-Six Years Of Eubie Blake $7.19 VG+ VG+
Eureka Brass Band Jazz At Preservation Hall I $6.29 NM or M- VG+
Ferrante & Teicher Star Wars $3.59 VG+ VG+
Fleetwood Mac Penguin $1.34 G+ G+
Foghat Foghat $2.69 VG VG
Foreigner Double Vision $2.69 VG VG+
Frank Sinatra Trilogy: Past, Present & Future $11.69 VG+ VG+
Frank Zappa Studio Tan $6.28 VG VG
Frankie Laine I'll Take Care Of Your Cares $1.79 NM or M- NM or M-
Fred Astaire, Petula Clark Finian's Rainbow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) $1.79 VG+ VG+
Freddie Hubbard Sky Dive $4.49 VG VG
Freddie Hubbard First Light $6.29 G+ NM or M-
Gabor Szabo Nightflight $4.04 VG VG+
Garland Jeffreys Escape Artist $1.79 VG+ Not Graded
Gary Burton & Steve Swallow Hotel Hello $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Gary Burton Quartet Gary Burton Quartet In Concert $1.79 G+ VG+
Gary McFarland Soft Samba $4.49 VG+ VG
Gene Ammons Boss Soul! $4.04 G+ Not Graded
Gene Ammons Brother Jug! $5.39 VG VG
Gene Ammons Free Again $7.19 VG+ VG
Gene Ammons Angel Eyes $8.99 VG+ VG+
Gene Ammons' All Stars The Happy Blues $7.19 G+ G+
Gene Bertoncini Evolution! $4.49 VG+ VG+
Gene Norman Presents Charlie Ventura Featuring The Charlie Ventura Septet, Jackie & Roy Gene Norman Presents A Charlie Ventura Concert $3.14 VG G
George Barnes And His Octet The Uncollected George Barnes And His Octet 1946 $8.09 VG+ VG+
George Benson Breezin' $1.34 VG VG+
George Benson Breezin' $1.79 VG+ VG+
George Benson Good King Bad $1.79 VG G
George Benson Blue Benson $3.59 VG+ VG
George Gershwin, Fritz Reiner, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Porgy And Bess. A Symphonic Picture $9.89 VG VG+
George McCrae & Gwen McCrae Together $8.09 M VG+
George Shearing And The Montgomery Brothers George Shearing And The Montgomery Brothers $SOLD VG VG
Georges Bizet, The London Philharmonic Orchestra L'Arlesienne Suite $8.99 VG G+
Gerry Mulligan Paris Concert $3.59 VG+ VG+
Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster $22.49 VG+ VG+
Gerry Mulligan Quartet With Lee Konitz, The Chet Baker Quintet Mulligan And Baker! $11.69 VG+ VG
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson Midnight Band: The First Minute Of A New Day $8.99 VG+ VG+
Glen Campbell By The Time I Get To Phoenix $2.69 VG+ VG+
Goldie Hawkins, Wayne Sanders Goldie's Two Pianos $4.49 G+ G+
Grady Martin And The Slew Foot Five Hot Time Tonight $3.14 G+ VG
Grady Tate Feeling Life $2.69 VG VG+
Graham Jackson (3) In Concert At Pittypat's Porch In Atlanta, Georgia $13.49 VG+ VG
Gregory Isaacs Mr. Isaaccs $12.59 VG+ VG+
Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic $3.59 VG VG
Grover Washington, Jr. Mister Magic $4.49 VG+ VG
Guy Van Duser Got The World On A String $3.59 M M
Hank Garland Velvet Guitar $11.69 VG+ NM or M-
Hank Jones The Talented Touch $3.59 VG VG
Harry James And His Orchestra Mr. Trumpet (Harry James Salutes The Great Trumpet Men Of Our Times) $3.59 VG+ VG+
Harry Reser & His Orchestra Vamp! (Dance The Charleston Of The Roaring Twenties) $7.19 VG+ VG
Harvie Swartz Urban Earth $5.39 VG+ VG+
Heads Hands & Feet Old Soldiers Never Die $5.39 VG+ VG
Heads Hands & Feet Tracks $7.19 VG+ VG
Hector Delfosse Left Bank of Paris $3.14 G+ VG
Henry Butler Fivin' Around $6.29 NM or M- VG+
Henry Mancini Breakfast At Tiffany's (Music From The Motion Picture Score) $4.49 VG+ VG+
Herb Ellis In Session With Herb Ellis $4.04 VG+ VG
Herbie Mann Live At The Whisky A Go Go $1.34 G+ G+
Herbie Mann Glory Of Love $1.79 VG VG
Herbie Mann Do The Bossa Nova $2.24 G+ VG
Herbie Mann Hold On, I'm Comin' $2.69 VG+ VG
Herbie Mann New Mann At Newport $2.69 VG VG
Herbie Mann New Mann At Newport $3.59 VG+ VG+
Herbie Mann Standing Ovation At Newport $3.59 VG+ VG+
Herbie Mann Push Push $3.59 G+ VG+
Herbie Mann Herbie Mann At The Village Gate $4.94 NM or M- VG+
Herbie Mann Memphis Two-Step $7.19 NM or M- VG+
Hot Lips Page After Hours In Harlem $4.49 VG VG
Houston Person Sweet Buns & Barbeque $3.59 G+ Generic
Huey Lewis & The News Sports $4.49 VG+ VG+
Hugo Montenegro Montenegro In Italy $2.69 VG+ NM or M-
Hugo Montenegro Love Theme From The Godfather $5.39 VG+ VG+
Idris Muhammad Black Rhythm Revolution! $22.49 G+ G+
Illinois Jacquet Banned In Boston $3.59 VG+ NM or M-
Irene Reid The World Needs What I Need $4.49 VG+ VG+
Irving Wolfe, Beatrice Krone, Margaret Fullerton The Development Of Jazz $8.99 VG VG
Jack Ellison A Parker Record $8.99 VG+ VG+
Jack Teagarden The Golden Horn Of Jack Teagarden $4.49 VG+ VG+
Jackie Davis Easy Does It $5.39 VG VG
Jackie Gleason Music For Lovers Only $3.58 VG+ VG+
Jackie McLean Tippin' The Scales $7.19 VG VG
James Blood Ulmer America - Do You Remember The Love? $5.39 VG+ VG
Jamey Aebersold All "Bird" $1.79 VG+ VG
Jay Azzolina Never Too Late $1.79 NM or M- VG+
Jazz At The Philharmonic Norman Granz' Jazz At The Philharmonic Vol.3 $31.49 VG+ G+
Jeff Beck Blow By Blow $1.79 VG VG
Jerry Reed Sweet Love Feelings $5.39 M M
Jesse Crawford In A Monastery Garden $8.99 VG G+
Jester Hairston A Profile of Negro Life in Song $3.59 VG G+
Jim Beebe's Chicago Jazz Jim Beebe's Chicago Jazz Saturday Night Function $4.49 VG+ VG+
Jim Collier (3) Trumpet Pickin' $8.99 M M
Jimmie Lunceford And His Orchestra 1940 $1.79 VG+ VG+
Jimmy McGriff Countdown $3.59 VG+ NM or M-
Jimmy McGriff Blues For Mister Jimmy $3.59 G+ VG
Jimmy McGriff A Thing To Come By $3.59 G+ VG+
Jimmy McGriff Let's Stay Together $4.49 G+ VG
Jimmy McGriff Let's Stay Together $4.94 G+ VG+
Jimmy McGriff A Thing To Come By $5.38 VG VG
Jimmy McGriff A Bag Full Of Soul $7.19 VG+ VG
Jimmy McGriff & Richard "Groove" Holmes Giants Of The Organ Come Together $3.59 VG VG+
Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band Honey $3.59 VG VG+
Jimmy McGriff Organ And Blues Band Step 1 $3.59 G+ VG
Jimmy McPartland and Jimmy McPartland's Hot Jazz Stars / Dizzy Gillespie and Dizzy Gillespie's Cool Jazz Stars Hot Vs. Cool (A Battle Of Jazz) $5.39 VG VG
Jimmy Ponder Down Here On The Ground $1.79 G G+
Jimmy Scott Little Jimmy Scott $7.19 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? $1.79 G+ VG
Jimmy Smith Respect $2.69 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf? $3.14 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Respect $3.59 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Monster $3.59 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Respect $4.04 VG+ G+
Jimmy Smith Any Number Can Win $4.49 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Bashin' - The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith $4.49 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Peter & The Wolf $4.49 VG VG
Jimmy Smith Got My Mojo Workin' $4.49 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Bashin' - The Unpredictable Jimmy Smith $5.39 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Got My Mojo Workin' $5.39 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith 24 Karat Hits $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Jimmy Smith Sit On It! $7.19 VG+ G+
Jimmy Smith & Wes Montgomery Jimmy & Wes - The Dynamic Duo $SOLD G+ VG
Jimmy Smith Featuring Kenny Burrell And Grady Tate Organ Grinder Swing $2.69 VG VG+
Jimmy Smith Featuring Kenny Burrell And Grady Tate Organ Grinder Swing $2.69 G+ VG+
Jimmy Smith Trio Jimmy Smith Plays The Standards $1.34 G G+
Jimmy Smith Trio Live At The Village Gate $3.14 VG VG+
Jimmy Witherspoon & Gerry Mulligan Jimmy Witherspoon & Gerry Mulligan $5.39 VG+ VG+
Jimmy Witherspoon, Gerry Mulligan, Ben Webster With Mel Lewis, Leroy Vinnegar, Jimmy Rowles At The Renaissance $13.49 VG G
Joe Venuti's Blue Four The Joe Venuti Blue Four $4.49 VG+ NM or M-
John Coltrane The Best Of John Coltrane $3.59 G+ VG
John Fogerty Centerfield $1.79 VG NM or M-
John Wood (12) / Tony Dumas Inner Merge $4.49 VG+ G+
Johnny Eaton And His Princetonians College Jazz: Modern $6.29 VG+ VG
Johnny Guitar Watson A Real Mother For Ya $1.79 VG G+
Johnny Hodges A Tribute To Johnny Hodges $8.99 VG+ VG
Johnny Smith Moods $6.29 G+ VG
Johnny Smith Reminiscing $8.09 VG+ VG
Johnny Smith And Stan Getz Moonlight In Vermont $7.19 VG+ VG+
Johnny Smith Quintet Jazz At NBC $4.49 G+ G
Johnny Smith Quintet Featuring Stan Getz Moonlight In Vermont $17.09 VG+ VG+
Johnny Smith Trio Easy Listening $1.79 G+ G+
Johnny Smith Trio Designed For You $3.14 VG VG+
Jonah Jones Muted Jazz $1.79 VG VG
Jonah Jones Muted Jazz $2.69 VG+ VG
Jonathan Butler Introducing Jonathan Butler $1.79 VG+ NM or M-
Ken Moule Cool Moule $26.99 VG+ VG
Kenny Burrell Both Feet On The Ground $3.59 VG VG+
Kenny Burrell A Generation Ago Today $5.39 VG VG
Kenny Burrell Tin Tin Deo $6.29 VG VG
Kenny Burrell / Jimmy Smith Blue Bash $1.79 G G+
King Pleasure Golden Days $3.14 G+ VG+
Kingston Trio New Frontier $1.79 VG VG
Kingston Trio Tom Dooley $2.69 VG+ VG+
Kool & The Gang The Force $3.59 VG VG
Larry Coryell The Lion And The Ram $5.39 VG G+
Latin All Stars (2) Jazz Heat Bongo Beat $5.39 VG VG+
Lena Horne & Gabor Szabo Lena & Gabor $3.59 VG VG+
Les & Larry Elgart Warm And Sensuous $5.39 VG+ VG+
Les McCann Talk To The People $1.79 F VG
Les Paul & Mary Ford Time To Dream $1.79 VG G+
Lester Young / Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie Early Modern: 1946 Concert Recordings $4.49 VG+ VG+
Lily Pons Popular Concert $7.19 VG+ VG+
Linda Ronstadt & Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra What's New $1.79 NM or M- NM or M-
Linda Ronstadt With Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra For Sentimental Reasons $2.69 NM or M- NM or M-
Lionel Hampton Soft Vibes Soaring Strings $2.69 VG G+
Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra Lionel Hampton Apollo Hall Concert 1954 $1.79 VG+ VG+
Los Indios Tabajaras The Best Of $2.69 VG+ VG
Los Indios Tabajaras The Many-Splendored Guitars Of Los Indios Tabajaras $3.14 VG+ VG+
Los Indios Tabajaras Plays Classic $35.99 VG+ VG+
Lou Donaldson A Different Scene $2.24 VG VG+
Louis Armstrong At The Carnegie Hall $3.59 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong Favorites Volume 4 $5.39 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong In The 30's - In The 40's $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong's Hello, Dolly! $16.19 NM or M- NM or M-
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven Louis Armstrong Story - Volume 2 $6.29 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Ambassador Satch $4.41 VG+ VG
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall Vol. 1 $4.49 VG VG
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall $6.29 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satch Plays Fats: A Tribute To The Immortal Fats Waller By Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars $8.99 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars Satchmo At Symphony Hall Vol.2 $11.69 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra A Rare Batch Of Satch $5.39 VG+ VG
Louis Armstrong With Luis Russell And His Orchestra And Jack Purvis And His Orchestra Satchmo Style $3.59 NM or M- VG+
Louis Armstrong With Russell Garcia I've Got The World On A String $6.29 VG+ VG+
Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Jack Teagarden, Bud Freeman, Al Casey, George Wettling Pops $3.59 VG+ VG+
Louis Lesther Deshabille Moi $2.24 VG+ VG+
Ludwig Van Beethoven : Josef Krips, The London Symphony Orchestra Complete Nine Symphonies $13.49 NM or M- VG+
Madonna You Can Dance $3.14 VG VG+
Martial Solal Trio The Martial Solal Trio In Concert $11.69 VG+ VG+
Martin Denny Exotica $5.39 VG VG
Max Roach / Art Blakey Percussion Discussion $6.29 VG+ VG
Max Steiner Gone With The Wind (Original Soundtrack Album) $4.49 VG+ VG+
Maynard Ferguson Around The Horn With Maynard Ferguson $2.24 VG G+
Michel Legrand The Happy Ending (Original Motion Picture Score) $2.69 NM or M- VG+
Michel Legrand Et Son Orchestre I Love Paris $5.39 VG+ VG+
Miles Davis Porgy And Bess $4.49 G+ G+
Miles Davis Quiet Nights $6.74 G+ VG
Miles Davis Sketches Of Spain $SOLD VG+ VG+
Miles Davis Seven Steps To Heaven $12.14 VG+ NM or M-
Miles Davis Kind Of Blue $89.99 G G+
Milt Buckner Mighty High $3.59 VG VG
Milt Jackson The Art Of Milt Jackson - The Atlantic Years $4.49 VG+ G+
Milt Jackson Quintet Featuring Ray Brown That's The Way It Is $1.79 G VG
Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels Take A Ride... $31.49 VG+ NM or M-
Mongo Santamaria All Strung Out $3.59 VG VG
Mongo Santamaria Mongo '70 $3.59 G+ VG+
Mongo Santamaria El Pussy Cat $5.39 VG VG+
Morton Gould Hi-Fi Band Concert $17.99 M VG+
Morton Gould And His Orchestra Morton Gould Program $3.59 VG+ VG+
Music Minus One For Drummers Only! $7.19 VG+ VG+
Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $8.99 VG+ VG+
Nancy Wilson / The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $1.79 G+ VG
Nancy Wilson / The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Nancy Wilson / Cannonball Adderley $2.69 G+ G+
Nat King Cole & George Shearing Nat King Cole Sings / George Shearing Plays $1.79 VG+ VG
Nathan Page Page 1 $89.99 VG+ VG+
No Artist Bird Songs In Your Garden $3.58 VG+ VG
Norman Luboff Choir And The Melachrino Strings Love Letters $3.59 VG+ VG
Off Broadway usa Quick Turns $2.69 NM or M- VG+
Oscar Peterson Oscar Peterson Plays For Lovers $2.69 VG VG+
Oscar Peterson Oscar Peterson Plays For Lovers $3.14 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson Great Connection $3.59 VG+ No Cover
Oscar Peterson The Jazz Soul Of Oscar Peterson $3.59 G+ VG
Oscar Peterson The Great Oscar Peterson On Prestige $6.29 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson Something Warm $6.29 VG+ VG+
Oscar Peterson The Great Oscar Peterson On Prestige $7.19 NM or M- VG+
Oscar Peterson & Dizzy Gillespie Oscar Peterson & Dizzy Gillespie $4.49 VG+ VG
Otis Redding And Little Joe Curtis Here Comes Some Soul From Otis Redding And Little Joe Curtis $6.29 VG VG+
Paquito D'Rivera Why Not! $4.49 NM or M- VG+
Parliament Funkentelechy Vs. The Placebo Syndrome $11.69 VG VG+
Pat Martino Live! $7.19 VG F
Pat Metheny Group First Circle $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Paul Desmond From The Hot Afternoon $7.19 VG+ VG+
Paul Shaffer Coast To Coast $5.39 NM or M- NM or M-
Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Featuring Bing Crosby Paul Whiteman And His Orchestra Featuring Bing Crosby $3.14 VG+ VG+
Pearl Bailey Around The World With Me $4.49 VG+ VG+
Pete Seeger Birds Beasts Bugs And Bigger Fishes $5.39 VG VG+
Petula Clark These Are My Songs $1.79 VG+ VG+
Phil Collins No Jacket Required $1.79 VG VG
Phil Collins Hello, I Must Be Going! $2.69 VG+ VG
Phineas Newborn Jr. A World Of Piano ! $12.59 VG G+
Phineas Newborn Jr. With Dennis Farnon And His Orchestra While My Lady Sleeps $3.59 VG VG
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $1.34 VG VG
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $1.79 VG VG+
Procol Harum Live - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra $2.69 VG+ VG+
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky / The Boston Pops Orchestra Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker, Op. 71 (Excerpts) $6.29 VG+ VG
Quarterflash Quarterflash $1.79 VG+ VG
Queen Samantha The Letter $2.69 M VG+
Rafael Mendez Magnificent Mendez $4.49 G+ VG
Ramsey Lewis Wade In The Water $1.34 G+ VG+
Ramsey Lewis Maiden Voyage $1.79 G VG
Ramsey Lewis Goin' Latin $4.49 VG+ VG+
Ray Charles A Portrait Of Ray $3.59 NM or M- Not Graded
Ray Charles And The George Brown Orchestra Spotlight On Ray Charles Vol. II $1.79 G+ G+
Ray Conniff The Ray Conniff Love Album $11.69 NM or M- VG+
Redd Foxx The Best Of Redd Foxx $1.79 VG VG+
Redd Foxx Foxx-A-Delic $3.59 VG G+
Richard "Groove" Holmes Welcome Home $5.39 VG VG
Richard M. Sherman & Robert B. Sherman Chitty Chitty Bang Bang $4.49 VG+ VG+
Richard Osborn (2) Endless $8.99 VG+ VG+
Richard Strauss, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Horn Concerto In E Flat Major Op 11 - Clarinet Concerto In A Major K 622 $8.99 VG VG
Robin Trower Bridge Of Sighs $4.49 VG+ VG
Rodgers & Hammerstein Oklahoma! $2.69 VG+ NM or M-
Rosemary Clooney / José Ferrer Rosemary Clooney Sings (Let's Give) A Christmas Present To Santa Claus / Jose Ferrer Sings March Of The Christmas Toys $8.99 VG G+
Roy Clark The Roy Clark Guitar Spectacular! $3.14 VG VG+
Roy Milton Roots of Rock Vol. 1 $8.99 G+ G+
Rubin Mitchell Presenting Rubin Mitchell $1.34 VG VG+
Rush All The World's A Stage $5.84 VG VG
Ruth Brown The Real Ruth Brown $3.59 G+ VG
Sarah Vaughan With Voices $2.69 VG VG+
Scott Joplin - Joshua Rifkin Piano Rags, Volume II $3.59 VG+ VG+
Scott Joplin, Joshua Rifkin Piano Rags $1.79 VG+ VG+
Seawind Light The Light $3.59 VG+ VG
Sheena Easton Madness, Money And Music $1.79 NM or M- VG+
Sheena Easton Madness, Money And Music $1.79 NM or M- VG+
Shirley Scott On A Clear Day $5.39 VG VG+
Shirley Scott Trio For Members Only $6.29 VG VG
Shirley Scott Trio Great Scott!! $7.19 VG VG+
Shirley Scott With Stanley Turrentine The Best Of Shirley Scott / For Beautiful People $4.49 VG+ VG+
Shorty Rogers And His Giants Shorty Rogers And His Giants $13.49 VG VG
Sidney Bechet Guest Artist Lionel Hampton Sidney Bechet $1.79 VG+ VG+
Sneaky Pete Kleinow Sneaky Pete $5.39 VG+ VG+
Sonny Boy Williamson (2) & The Animals The Night Time Is The Right Time $5.39 VG VG
Sonny Stitt Come Hither $3.14 G+ Not Graded
Stan Getz Stan Getz Blues $1.79 VG VG+
Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd Jazz Samba $7.19 VG VG
Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd Jazz Samba $17.99 VG+ VG+
Stan Getz Quintet / The Charlie Parker Quintet The Saxes Of Stan Getz And Charlie Parker $6.29 VG VG
Stan Kenton Encores $1.34 G G
Stan Kenton And His Orchestra Artistry In Bossa Nova $1.34 VG VG
Stanley Clarke I Wanna Play For You $1.79 VG F
Stanley Turrentine Stanley Turrentine $1.79 VG VG+
Steve Marcus Sometime Other Than Now $3.59 VG+ VG+
Steve Smith (5), Vital Information Vital Information $1.79 VG+ VG
Steve White (22) Jazz Mad: The Unpredictable Steve White $8.09 VG VG+
Stevie Wonder Songs In The Key Of Life $26.99 VG+ VG+
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles $4.49 VG+ VG+
Sting The Dream Of The Blue Turtles $5.39 VG+ VG+
Stomu Yamash'ta / Steve Winwood / Michael Shrieve Go $2.69 VG+ VG+
Stomu Yamashta's Go Go Too $4.49 NM or M- VG+
T. Lavitz Storytime $3.59 VG+ VG+
Tal Farlow Tal Farlow '78 $3.59 VG+ VG+
Ten Years After Ssssh. $3.14 VG G+
The Band Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert $4.49 VG VG
The Band The Best Of The Band $8.09 VG+ NM or M-
The Beach Boys Concert $3.59 VG+ VG+
The Beach Boys Wild Honey $25.19 NM or M- VG+
The Beatles Let It Be $8.09 G+ VG
The Bluegrass Band Another Saturday Night $2.69 VG VG
The Blues Brothers The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) $4.49 VG VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Walk Tall $4.49 VG+ VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet The Best Of Cannonball Adderley $4.49 VG+ VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Country Preacher $5.39 VG VG
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet The Best Of Cannonball Adderley $5.39 NM or M- VG+
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! - Live At "The Club" $8.09 VG VG+
The Charlie Barnet Quartet Jazz Oasis $1.79 G+ G+
The Charlie Rouse Band Cinnamon Flower $3.59 VG+ VG+
The Crusaders Old Socks, New Shoes...New Socks, Old Shoes $3.59 VG G+
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Jazz Impressions Of Eurasia $2.69 G+ G
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A. $11.69 VG+ VG+
The Don Elliott Quintet The Don Elliott Quintet $8.99 VG VG
The Fents The Other Side $2.69 VG+ VG+
The Fireballs The Fireballs $8.09 G+ VG
The Fleetwoods The Fleetwoods Greatest Hits $6.29 NM or M- NM or M-
The Four Freshmen The Best Of The Four Freshmen $4.49 VG+ VG+
The French Market Jazz Band Direct From New Orleans $5.39 VG VG+
The George Benson Quartet It's Uptown $17.99 NM or M- NM or M-
The George Russell Sextet George Russell Sextet In K.C. $13.49 VG+ VG+
The George Russell Sextet Featuring Don Ellis & Eric Dolphy 1 2 3 4 5 6extet $17.99 VG+ VG+
The George Shearing Quintet San Francisco Scene $6.29 M M
The George Shearing Quintet With Nancy Wilson The Swingin's Mutual $2.69 G+ G+
The Howard Roberts Quartet This Is Howard Roberts Color Him Funky $4.49 VG VG
The Howard Roberts Quartet All-Time Greatest Instrumental Hits $5.39 VG+ VG
The Ink Spots Vol. 1 $2.69 G VG
The Invaders (41) The Invaders Steel Band $17.99 VG+ VG+
The Jeff Lorber Fusion Galaxian $3.59 VG VG+
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland $17.99 NM or M- NM or M-
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Electric Ladyland $17.99 NM or M- NM or M-
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jonah Jones At The Embers $1.34 VG VG+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jonah Jones At The Embers $1.34 VG VG+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jumpin' With Jonah $1.79 G+ G+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jonah Jones At The Embers $2.69 VG+ VG+
The Jonah Jones Quartet Jumpin' With Jonah $3.59 VG VG+
The Nat King Cole Trio Original Vocal And Instrumental Recordings Of The Easy Listenin' Favorites $3.59 VG VG
The Nat King Cole Trio With Lester Young & Red Callender $11.69 VG+ VG
The O'Neal Twins The Lord Is My Shepherd $4.49 G VG+
The Oscar Peterson Trio Affinity $6.29 VG+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio More Sounds Of Christmas $2.24 G+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio An Hour With The Ramsey Lewis Trio $2.24 G+ G+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $2.69 G+ VG
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $3.14 VG VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $4.49 G+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio Down To Earth (Music From The Soil) $5.39 VG+ VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio The In Crowd $5.39 VG VG+
The Ramsey Lewis Trio Down To Earth (The Ramsey Lewis Trio Plays Music From The Soil) $6.29 VG+ VG+
The Regimental Band Of The Windsor Guards Brass Band Bash $3.14 VG+ VG+
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham, Franz von Suppé, Johann Strauss Jr., Amilcare Ponchielli, Otto Nicolai Von Suppé: Morning, Noon And Night In Vienna - Overture, Strauss: Morning Papers Waltz, Ponchielli: Dance Of The Hours (From "La Gioconda"), Nicolas: The Merry Wives Of Windsor - Overture $3.59 VG G+
The Salsoul Orchestra Salsoul Orchestra $4.49 VG+ VG
The Searchers This Is Us $3.59 VG VG+
The Sérgio Mendes Trio In The Brazilian Bag $2.69 VG+ VG+
The Stylistics Let's Put It All Together $4.04 VG+ VG+
The Ventures Go With The Ventures $1.79 G+ VG+
The Ventures Hawaii Five-O $1.79 G+ NM or M-
The Vogues Till $1.79 VG+ NM or M-
The Wes Montgomery Trio Round Midnight $2.69 G VG
Til Tuesday Voices Carry $3.59 VG VG+
Tim Berne Sanctified Dreams $5.39 NM or M- VG+
Tito Portillo And His Orchestra A Night In Latin America $4.04 VG VG+
Tom Scott Blow It Out $3.59 VG+ VG+
Tony Scott (2) Featuring: Bill Evans / Scott LaFaro / Paul Motian Sung Heroes $26.99 NM or M- VG+
Toots Thielemans Time Out For Toots $8.99 G+ VG+
Tower Of Power Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now $2.24 VG VG
Tower Of Power Urban Renewal $4.48 VG G+
Tyree Glenn Try A Little Tenderness $2.24 NM or M- VG+
Various More Of The 50s Greatest Love Songs And Golden Hits To Remember $1.79 VG+ VG
Various More Of The Fabulous 50s $1.79 VG+ VG
Various The Sound Of Jazz $2.69 VG VG+
Various Hi-Fi Jazz Session $3.14 VG+ VG+
Various Lullabies Of Birdland $3.59 VG+ VG
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $3.59 VG+ VG
Various The Sound Of Music (An Original Soundtrack Recording) $3.59 VG+ VG+
Various Dixieland Jazz $3.59 VG+ VG+
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $4.04 VG+ VG+
Various Newport In New York '72 (The Jimmy Smith Jam) Volume 5 $4.04 VG+ VG+
Various Milestone Twofers $4.49 VG+ VG
Various The Jazz Makers $5.39 VG+ VG+
Various The Best Of Old Time Radio $6.29 VG+ Not Graded
Various Today Is Bargain Day - A Collection Of All Star High Fidelity Recordings $6.29 VG+ VG+
Various Great Original Hits Of The '50s And '60s $8.09 VG+ VG+
Various In The Groove (The Masters Of Swing Play Their Greatest Music) $8.09 NM or M- VG
Various Those Wonderful Stars Of Yesteryear $10.79 VG+ VG+
Various Get Off II $13.49 VG+ VG
Various Death Row - Greatest Hits $26.99 M M
Various Murder Was The Case (The Soundtrack) $44.99 VG+ VG+
Wes Montgomery Road Song $SOLD G+ VG
Wes Montgomery March 6, 1925-June 15, 1968 $SOLD VG VG+
Wes Montgomery The Best Of Wes Montgomery $2.69 VG+ VG
Wes Montgomery A Day In The Life $SOLD VG+ G
Wes Montgomery Tequila $SOLD VG VG
Wes Montgomery The Best Of Wes Montgomery $SOLD NM or M- VG+
Wes Montgomery A Day In The Life $3.59 G+ VG
Wes Montgomery A Day In The Life $SOLD VG+ VG+
Wes Montgomery California Dreaming $SOLD VG G
Wes Montgomery The History Of Wes Montgomery $SOLD VG+ VG
Wes Montgomery This Is Wes Montgomery $SOLD VG+ VG
Wild Bill Davison Pretty Wild $3.14 VG+ VG
Wild Bill Davison And His Commodores That's A Plenty $3.14 VG+ VG+
Willie Ruff The Smooth Side of Ruff $13.49 VG+ VG+
Willis Jackson The Way We Were $1.34 VG VG
Willis Jackson Soul Night - Live! $1.34 G VG
Willis Jackson Grease 'N' Gravy $7.19 G+ VG
Willis Jackson Keep On A Blowin' $13.49 VG VG
Willis Jackson Blue Gator $13.49 VG VG+
Willis Jackson With Brother Jack McDuff Together Again! $2.69 G+ VG+
Willis Jackson With Brother Jack McDuff Together Again! $3.59 G+ VG
Willis Jackson With Brother Jack McDuff Together Again! $3.59 G+ VG+
Wingy Manone The Wildest Horn In Town $1.79 VG+ VG
Wladimir Selinsky And His String Ensemble Dinner Music $2.69 VG VG
Woody Herman And The Swingin' Herd The Jazz Swinger $3.59 NM or M- VG+
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