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491 JAZZ CDs @ $2 ea ($982) or FLAC Files @ only $0.45 ea FOR ONLY - $221 (Victoria BC)

491 JAZZ CDs @ $2 ea ($982) or FLAC Files @ only $0.45 ea FOR ONLY 1 thumbnail491 JAZZ CDs @ $2 ea ($982) or FLAC Files @ only $0.45 ea FOR ONLY 2 thumbnail491 JAZZ CDs @ $2 ea ($982) or FLAC Files @ only $0.45 ea FOR ONLY 3 thumbnail491 JAZZ CDs @ $2 ea ($982) or FLAC Files @ only $0.45 ea FOR ONLY 4 thumbnail
condition: excellent
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IF YOU SEE THIS AD, IT IS FOR SALE NOW.
AND I WILL CONSIDER A TRADE for a Pixel 8 Pro or a Pixel 9 phone (and I will add cash to the trade if necessary to balance out the values) or what do you have?

491 JAZZ CDs @ $2 ea for $982 or FLAC Files @ only $0.45 ea FOR ONLY $221

FOR SALE 491 original Jazz CDs packed in their jewel cases with liner notes; all packed and ready to go.
The 491 Jazz CDs are fully catalogued and listed in PDFs by Artist Name and by CD Title here: http://www.235.ca/

BONUS: I have spent hours/days ripping the CDs into FLAC files (high quality lossless audio files) and have them stored on an External 1 TB Hard Drive. If you buy the CDs at $982 I will include the hard drive with the flac files so you can immediately upload the whole collection to your favorite streaming service (Spotify, Youtube Music, etal).

If you want just the FLAC files ($221), bring me your external drive or thumb drives (minimum total size 256 MB) and I will load your drive with the files.

This package is ideal for a night club, restaurant, jazz collector or devotee. You can have all the CDs as well as all the already ripped FLAC files which you can easily access anywhere via your internet connected phone or computer or downloaded files.

ALSO INCLUDED if you buy the CDs and FLAC files:

Miles Davis: The Complete Illustrated History Hardcover -- Nov 19 2012
Over $30 (new) on Amazon:
Hardcover: 224 pages
Publisher: Voyageur Press; First edition (Nov. 19 2012)
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 24.1 x 2.2 x 28.6 cm
Shipping Weight: 1.4 Kg

Reviews
"One could spend hours with this coffee table book and never get bored." - L.A. Jazz Scene

"Another book on Miles Davis? The folks behind Miles Davis: The Complete Illustrated History (Voyageur Press) have come up with two distinct angles: First, of course, there are the photographs. Also included are some big (and not so big) names to accompany different sections of the book. Among the scribes: Sonny Rollins, and Herbie Hancock, Francis Davis and Davis biographer Ashley Kahn.

"A smattering of rare images of the always stylish Davis from his last stretch during the 1980's and early 90's closes out what is clearly the flashiest chronicle (thus far) of the Prince of Darkness." - Downbeat

"This book has it all, from the way Miles Davis changed the face of Jazz, to his dark side of drug abuse, to creating an album that will stand the test of time. The book has become the new "go to" place to find out about all things Miles Davis." - Record-Journal

AND:

Oscar Peterson: A Musical Biography
Hardcover -- Sep 9 2002
Over $35 (new) on Amazon:
Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Harper Collins Publishers Ltd; First edition (Sep. 9 2002)
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 15.19 x 2.39 x 23.39 cmm
Item weight ‏ : ‎ 476 g

Review:
"Loaded with tributes from fellow musicians and jazz writers, Alex Barris's Oscar Peterson: A Musical Biography is a 232-page fan letter to one of the world's greatest jazz pianists. Barris eschews a chronological format in favour of dividing his chapters by subject--Oscar the collaborator, the teacher, and the composer. Chapters are also devoted to early influences like Art Tatum and Nat "King" Cole, as well as practical jokes and bad reviews. In general, the author makes no attempt to dig too deep; Barris states clearly at the beginning that he will not be delving into Peterson's personal life. Instead, the book is heavy on the kind of anecdotes musicians recall over a beer, such as the story of trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie keeping a young Oscar up all night, asking him, "Do you really hear all them chords?" Or the legendary Count Basie calling him "the monster" for his prodigious, sometimes showy talents, and begging Peterson not to show him up when they played together. The role jazz played in combating racism and segregation in the U.S. provides the book's rare serious moments. According to Barris, Peterson's manager and concert promoter, Norman Grantz, was instrumental in forcing clubs, concert halls, and hotels to allow integrated audiences to hear integrated jazz bands. The author is obviously a friend and admirer of Peterson. Jazz fans, hungry for anecdotes about Canada's most valuable jazz export, will find Oscar Peterson a pleasant read. --Moe Berg"

IF YOU SEE THIS AD, IT IS FOR SALE NOW.
AND I WILL CONSIDER A TRADE for a Pixel 8 Pro or a Pixel 9 phone (and I will add cash to the trade if necessary to balance out the values) or what do you have?

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