- Label Prestige
- Format LP
- Mix Mono
- Release Date 1957
- Country USA
- Catalogue Number 7114
US 1st press. RVG in dead wax.
On August 11 2021, sold for:
Seller location: United Kingdom
Arrived very well, just like When the Saints came Marching In ;-)
Absolute gem of a record! Great seller and excellent service. Thanks!
Excellent service, great seller. Many thanks!
Great stuff - excellent transaction
Superfast delivery, all as described & great seller.
Stellar seller, all good here (again) - Thank you!
The cover has slight imperfections such as mild creasing, but no splits, writing, or obvious damage.
The disc shows signs of having been played, but there are barely any marks or surface noise, and the labels show only light signs of use.
Jaw-dropping copy of this massive Prestige rarity. The sleeve has some very minor signs of wear, but is overall in amazing condition. The disc has probably only been played a handful of times. Amazing record!
All the records I am selling belonged to Tony Hall, who passed away in 2019 at the age of 91. They were acquired directly from Tony’s executors and are exclusively sold here with their blessing. Tony Hall was a titan of the of the British music industry. As a producer, he oversaw some of the most celebrated British jazz recordings of the 1950s. As a promoter, he discovered many artists, not least Black Sabbath. As a DJ for Radio Luxembourg in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he influenced the tastes of countless people around Europe, not least the Beatles and the Stones as they grew up. As a promo man, he broke countless hits, such as Procol Harum’s A Whiter Shade of Pale. His extraordinarily wide-ranging record collection will be exclusively on sale through elvinyl, and features his personal copies of many important records whose genesis he was involved in. I will be adding more and more of Tony’s records over the coming weeks so please keep checking back to see what has been added.
Many thanks! Tony Hall Records