Georgia Gibbs – Sings With Earl Hagen's Orchestra (1950's)
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Georgia Gibbs was a popular jazz vocalist in the 1950's, most known for taking rhythm and blues songs of the time and putting her own jazz spin on them. This appears to be a fairly rare album, likely released somewhere between the early to mid 1950's, possibly a compilation of her earlier recordings as some of these appeared to have been recorded by her as far back as the late 1940's. If you're a fan of female jazz artists of that time period you should love this album.
Original vinyl pressing.
Vinyl: VG (vinyl is quite marked up, Side 1 sounds quite good almost VG+, Side 2 has much more noticeable pops and crackling it doesn't ruin the music but it is noticeable.)
Cover: VG+ (some light creasing around the corner areas (worst top left), writing in pencil on the bottom left corner front, minor tear on the back right corner (could easily be repaired).)
Label: Allegro – 1605
|A1||Ballin' The Jack|
|A2||Old Man Mose|
|A3||Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams|
|A4||The One I Love|
|A5||I Feel So Smoochie|
|A6||You Keep Coming Back Like A Song|
|B1||Feudin' And Fightin'|
|B3||How Are Things In Glocca Morra|
|B4||Put Yourself In My Place, Baby|
|B5||As Long As I'm Dreaming|
|B6||Fool That I Am|
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Cover - is still sealed.
Near Mint (NM):
Vinyl - a unsealed record that looks nearly flawless.
Cover - may have light typical storage wear.
Vinyl - may have one or two light scuff marks but should play just as well as a NM record.
Cover - has some very minor cosmetic issue, like a light crease, light ring wear, nothing that is very noticeable.
Very Good Plus (VG+):
Vinyl - will look played, may have some scuffs and light surface marks / scratches. May have light surface noise such as pops, clicks and crackles but it should be occasional and not consistent and not overwhelming. May have light warping but it should not affect the play.
Cover - will have noticeable wear such as ring wear, seam splitting, writing on cover, creases, etc. Could be a couple items (not all) and they should not be major.
Very Good (VG):
Vinyl - will look VERY played, have lot of marks, scuffs, scratches (possibly deep), play with noticeable maybe even consistent background noise but is still listenable. May have warping but it should not affect play.
Cover - will have a couple cosmetic issues ring wear, seam splitting, writing on cover, creases, etc and it will be very pronounce.
Vinyl - will play but will have a lot of issues and have a lot of loud background noise. We will rarely list a record in this condition.
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