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    I'm looking to complete my Mosaic collection with these titles. Would anybody be willing to sell any of these? I'm looking for only mint/near mint condition LPs though. If they haven't been played, even better! Here's what I can afford including shipping to CA.

    Mosaic
    #115 The Benny Morton/Jimmy Hamilton Blue Note Swingtets (1 LP) $15
    #124 The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Freddie Redd (3 LPs) $75
    #147 The Complete Serge Chaloff Sessions (5 Q-LPs) $100
    #148 The Complete Capitol Small Group Recordings of Benny Goodman 1944-1955 (6 Q-LPs) -- I'm just missing LP 4, but I fear I'm going to have to buy the whole box again :-0 $125
    #149 The Complete Roulette Studio Recordings of Count Basie and His Orchestra (15 Q-LPs) $250
    #153 The Complete Aladdin Recordings of Charles Brown (7 Q-LPs) $150
    #157 The Complete Capitol Recordings Of George Shearing ( 7 Q-LPs) $100
    #159 The Phil Woods Quartet/Quintet 20th Anniversary Set (7 Q-LPs) $100
    #161 - The Complete Blue Note Andrew Hill Sessions (1963-66) (10 LPs) $200
    #166 The Complete Blue Note/UA Curtis Fuller Sessions (5 LPs) $100
    #175 The Complete Pacific Jazz Recordings of the Chico Hamilton Quintet (9 Q-LPs) $225
    #176 The Complete Capitol & Atlantic Recordings of Jimmy Giuffre (10 Q-LPs) -- I'm just missing LP 1, but I fear I'm going to have to buy the whole box again :-0 :-0 $250
    #178 The Complete Blue Note Blue Mitchell Sessions (1963-67) (6 Q-LPs) $125
    #179 The Atlantic New Orleans Jazz Sessions (6 LPs) $90
    #191 The Complete Columbia Recordings Of Miles Davis With John Coltrane (9 Q-LPs) $200
    #220 Miles Davis: The Complete Blackhawk Sessions (6 Q-LPs) $150
    #226 Miles Davis: The Complete 1963-1964 Columbia Recordings (10 Q-LPs) $200

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    good luck brother, from one completist to another I salute you. woulda, coulda, shoulda. I nearly had all of the Mosaic boxes (before the big sell off). Your list looks awfully familiar...regardless, the pursuit is half the fun and sooo addicting as you know
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Rob View Post
      good luck brother, from one completist to another I salute you. woulda, coulda, shoulda. I nearly had all of the Mosaic boxes (before the big sell off). Your list looks awfully familiar...regardless, the pursuit is half the fun and sooo addicting as you know
      I didn’t realize that Mosaic reissued so many box sets!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by MylesBAstor View Post

        I didn’t realize that Mosaic reissued so many box sets!
        I half heartedly wished they didn't Michael Cuscuna* was waaaay ahead of his time, had I not met my mentor re all things jazz music/collecting (Mike kaye) I would be a complete dolt and know nothing about Jazz music in general among other life's lessons...He and "Vernon" were so instrumental in my quest for musical nirvana.

        *https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Cuscuna
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        • #5
          Originally posted by bmusic View Post
          I'm looking to complete my Mosaic collection with these titles. Would anybody be willing to sell any of these? I'm looking for only mint/near mint condition LPs though. If they haven't been played, even better! Here's what I can afford including shipping to CA.

          Mosaic
          #115 The Benny Morton/Jimmy Hamilton Blue Note Swingtets (1 LP) $15
          #124 The Complete Blue Note Recordings of Freddie Redd (3 LPs) $75
          #147 The Complete Serge Chaloff Sessions (5 Q-LPs) $100
          #148 The Complete Capitol Small Group Recordings of Benny Goodman 1944-1955 (6 Q-LPs) -- I'm just missing LP 4, but I fear I'm going to have to buy the whole box again :-0 $125
          #149 The Complete Roulette Studio Recordings of Count Basie and His Orchestra (15 Q-LPs) $250
          #153 The Complete Aladdin Recordings of Charles Brown (7 Q-LPs) $150
          #157 The Complete Capitol Recordings Of George Shearing ( 7 Q-LPs) $100
          #159 The Phil Woods Quartet/Quintet 20th Anniversary Set (7 Q-LPs) $100
          #161 - The Complete Blue Note Andrew Hill Sessions (1963-66) (10 LPs) $200
          #166 The Complete Blue Note/UA Curtis Fuller Sessions (5 LPs) $100
          #175 The Complete Pacific Jazz Recordings of the Chico Hamilton Quintet (9 Q-LPs) $225
          #176 The Complete Capitol & Atlantic Recordings of Jimmy Giuffre (10 Q-LPs) -- I'm just missing LP 1, but I fear I'm going to have to buy the whole box again :-0 :-0 $250
          #178 The Complete Blue Note Blue Mitchell Sessions (1963-67) (6 Q-LPs) $125
          #179 The Atlantic New Orleans Jazz Sessions (6 LPs) $90
          #191 The Complete Columbia Recordings Of Miles Davis With John Coltrane (9 Q-LPs) $200
          #220 Miles Davis: The Complete Blackhawk Sessions (6 Q-LPs) $150
          #226 Miles Davis: The Complete 1963-1964 Columbia Recordings (10 Q-LPs) $200

          Have you tried Discogs? That's the obvious place to start. Your pricing might be a tad optomistic though.

          https://www.discogs.com/sell/list?la...z&format=Vinyl

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          • #6
            Originally posted by shawnwes View Post


            Have you tried Discogs? That's the obvious place to start. Your pricing might be a tad optomistic though.

            https://www.discogs.com/sell/list?la...z&format=Vinyl
            I've gotten most of the ones I wanted from discogs. These are the ones that I haven't seen at a reasonable price in the U.S. for a while...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rob View Post
              good luck brother, from one completist to another I salute you. woulda, coulda, shoulda. I nearly had all of the Mosaic boxes (before the big sell off). Your list looks awfully familiar...regardless, the pursuit is half the fun and sooo addicting as you know
              Thanks -- I fear I've missed most of the big sell offs! I've only gotten back into vinyl in the last few years so I'm very fortunate to have found most of the Mosaic vinyl box sets at reasonable prices in the last year

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