40 Best Songs of All Times About Poker, Dice, Cards and Addiction

40. Go Down Gamblin’ - Blood Sweat and Tears

Released in 1971, Go Down Gamblin’ by Blood Sweat and Tears is a song describing a gambler who is “born a natural loser.” He never wins, no matter what game he plays, but, he doesn’t feel like a loser. As the song goes – “Cause I've been called a natural lover by that lady over there, Honey, I'm just a natural gambler but I try to do my share.”

39. Gambler - Madonna

Gambler is a song written and played by Madonna, made for the film Vision Quest. Although the song reached the top 10 in the charts of the UK, Australia, Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, and Norway, Madonna performed it only once on her 1985 The Virgin Tour. It’s a catchy song, we suggest you play it as you spin the reels of some of your favourite retro online slots.

38. The House of the Rising Sun - The Animals

Our list wouldn’t be complete without the 1964 hit song - The House of the Rising Sun by The Animals. Everybody knows the famous lines ”My mother, she was a tailor, sewed these new blue jeans, my father was a gamblin' man way down in New Orleans.” This single had a major success and made it to the top 10 songs on mainstream rock radio stations in the USA. Likewise, the hit was featured in the video game Guitar Hero Live.

37. The Winner Takes It All - ABBA

Whether we admit it or not, we all love at least some songs played by the very well-known Swedish pop group, ABBA. According to some sources, Bjorn Ulvaeus wrote the 1980 hit song The Winner Takes It All which was inspired by his divorce to his fellow band member, Agnetha Fältskog. The winner takes it all is a sort of a comparison to a divorce (especially the part ”I've played all my cards and that's what you've done too, nothing more to say, no more ace to play”), where one of them is the winner and the other one is left with nothing. And things are just the same when it comes to gambling, so we’ve decided to put the song on our list.

36. Shape of my Heart - Sting

We’re all aware of the fact that our gambling behaviour can be influenced by certain types of music and that's because online gambling and music go hand in hand. So, we suggest you start playing your preferred games with one of everyone’s favourite songs by Sting called The Shape of my Heart. It was released in 1993 and used for the end credits of the film Léon. In one of his interviews, Sting explained that the lyrics of the song tell the story of a card player who places bets not in order to win but to figure out something that’s been bothering him - “some kind of scientific, almost religious law.”

35. All I Wanna Do Is Play Cards - Corb Lund

Well, I guess I really oughta be makin up songs but all I wanna do is play cards. I know it's dumb and sick and wrong but all I wanna do is play cards. Got the studio booked in Tennessee, and my record producer's callin me, the tape will roll in just three weeks and all I wanna do is play cards.” Does it sound familiar? It’s a 2005 hit by Corb Lund called All I Wanna Do Is Play Cards, once you hear it you’ll be playing it on repeat.

34. Gambling Man - The Overtones

When you’re falling in love, it’s perfectly normal to feel like you want to gamble everything just to attract that person’s attention to notice you and love you back. Well, Gambling Man is a lively 2010 song that tells a story of a guy fascinated with his love, so he places all his bets on her, as the song goes - “I played my hand, I rolled the dice, now I'm paying for my sins, I got some bad addiction.” This time, he feels that this love affair is different from any other – “Baby, it's you, yeah, yeah, that's right.” The song was released in 2010 and has been popular ever since.

33. Poker Face - Lady Gaga

Although the Poker Face song is more about the game of romance rather than the game of poker, the catchy refrain that starts with “Can't read my, no he can't read my poker face” kinda reminds us of winning at the tables, so we couldn’t skip it this time. Released in 2008, the song achieved worldwide success, topping the charts in the USA, the UK, Australia, Canada and several European countries.

32. Little Queen of Spades - Robert Johnson

Moving on to the Little Queen of Spades, a song title by the American blues musician Robert Johnson who recorded the song in 1937 and first released it in 1938. The first version of this gambling-themed song has a playing time of 2:11, whereas the second one lasts 4s longer (2:15), and is considered an alternate take and first appeared on Johnson's album The Complete Recordings, in 1990.

31. Train of Consequences - Megadeth

Another great song Train of Consequences is the title created by Megadeth, released as the first single from their sixth studio album Youthanasia in 1994. The song was later included on their compilation albums and its music video was the 26th most played video on MTV. There’s this part of the song “No horse ever ran as fast as the money that you bet, I'm blowing on my cards and I play them to my chest” – which is about a person’s gambling problem, who realises something’s wrong with this lifestyle, but it still hunts him down. Could be just the thrill, but he just can’t stop playing.

30. Gambler - Whitesnake

Released on the album Slide It In (1984) and appearing on the compilation album Gold (2006), Gambler is the song by the British hard rock band Whitesnake. These words may sound familiar - “No fame or fortune, no luck of the draw, when I dance with the Queen of Hearts, a jack of all trades, a loser in love, it's tearing my soul apart”. And in case you’ve never heard it, we think you should give it a shot, the chances are you’re going to love it!

29. Gambling Man - Woody Guthrie

Now here’s one single from 1957 - Gamblin' Man. The song was taped live at the London Palladium and published as a double A side, with Puttin' On the Style. Reaching #1 in the UK Singles Chart in the summer 1957, it was “the last UK number 1 to be released on 78 rpm format only, as 7' vinyl had become the norm by this time.” Written by Woody Guthrie and Donegan, this gambling themed song was produced by Alan Freeman and Michael Barclay.

28. Roll of the Dice - Bruce Springsteen

According to Songfacts, Roll of the Dice was the first Springsteen’s song he didn’t write by himself. In fact, E Street Band’s pianist Roy Bittan helped with the music, while Springsteen was in charge of the lyrics, starting with – “Well I've been a losin' gambler, just throwin' snake eyes, Love ain't got me downhearted. I know up around the corner lies, My fool's paradise in just another roll of the dice.” After he broke up the E Street Band in October 1989, Springsteen wrote lyrics for the Roll of the Dice (with two other songs) and liked them to the point where he began writing and recording more songs.

27. Queen of Diamonds - Tom Odell

Here’s one song about a gambling fanatic who’s trying to satisfy his own addiction but also someone else, hoping it’s going to save him. Released in 2018, Queen of Diamonds is Tom Odell’s song from the album Jubilee Road, based on the local characters that inspired this British songwriter to include the whisky-soaked gamblers who regularly visited one betting shop.

26. The Angel and the Gambler - Iron Maiden

Now, this song may divide Iron Maiden fans and it’s most probably because of its repetitive lyrics that can be a bit annoying. The release we’re talking about is The Angel and the Gambler. Truth be told, the melody in general is very catchy and, even a bit similar to The Who in some moments. As the song was released in 1998 while Blaze Bayley was its frontmen, it’s missing the well-known high-pitch vocals from Bruce Dickinson.

25. Ramblin' Gamblin Man - Bob Seger

We’re moving on to a rock single from 1978 - Ramblin' Gamblin Man by Bob Seger. The author meets an old acquaintance, a professional gambler who happens to be a swagger. As such, he attracts people’s attention whenever he bets. Putting so much of his faith in the cards (rather than in people), he walks away every time, just before avoiding loss. Along the way, the narrator realises that, if you scratch beneath the surface, you’ll find he’s a very cynical man, who will never change.
Another gambling-themed song worth mentioning by Bob Seger is Still The Same.

24. Blow Up The Pokies - The Whitlams

Blow up the Pokies is the next song on our list, played by The Whitlams. It is the second single by the group from their 4th studio album, Love This City. Released in the year 2000, the song became a hit and made it to number 21 on the ARIA Singles Chart. According to several resources, the lyrics written by singer Tim Freedman were inspired by the destruction he saw in original Whitlams bassist Andy Lewis's life, due to his gambling addiction.

23. A Good Run of Bad Luck - Clint Black

Now here’s one 1994-song packed with gambling-related terms. As you listen to A Good Run of Bad Luck, recorded by American music artist Clint Black, you'll have a bit of fun as you try identifying what all these gambling terms mean. The song is a bit fast and is about falling in love by using gambling metaphors. The main character is willing to spend a lot of money to win his special lady over and, although he has had a period of bad luck, he is not giving up – “I've been to the table, and I've lost it all before, I'm willin' and able, always comin' back for more.

22. When You’re Hot, You’re Hot - Jerry Reed

Jerry Reed won a Grammy for the song When You’re Hot, You’re Hot which was released in 1971. Most people remember it as it was a major hit, ranked as number 1 in the country charts, also making its way up the Pop Top 40. It’s an enjoyable novelty song about the ups and downs of the gambling life, about one’s winning streak caught in an illegal game of Crap.
Country star Jerry Reed also came up with a version The Uptown Poker Club in 1973.

21. Lawyers, Guns and Money - Warren Zevon

Next one up - Lawyers, Guns and Money is a song by Warren Zevon, the closing track on his album Excitable Boy, released in 1978. An edited version of this song was distributed as a single and found itself on the A Quiet Normal Life best of compilation on the CD and LP. The song goes like this - “I went home with a waitress the way I always do, how was I to know she was with the russians, too? I was gambling in Havana, I took a little risk Send lawyers, guns, and money Dad, get me out of this, hiyah!

20. The Lottery Song - Harry Nilsson

According to the man in the 1972 pop-rock song The Lottery Song by Harry Nilsson, there's more than one way to get to Vegas. Addressing his lover, the narrator mentions a few different options for buying a ticket and going to Sin City – “We could win the lottery we could go to Vegas,” and “We could wait till summer, we could save our money” as well as “We could make a record, sell a lot of copies, we could play Las Vegas.”

19. Casino Queen - Wilco

Now here’s one black-humoured gambling-themed song, released in 1995 and titled after a casino. Featuring a dirty electric guitar, Casino Queen was composed by an American songwriter, Jeff Tweedy, who wrote this song after playing a game in a riverboat casino accompanied by his dad. Inspired by the event, the author wrote: “Casino Queen my lord you're mean, I've been gambling like a fiend on your tables so green.

18. Have a Lucky Day - Morphine

Another song on our list that you simply must check out starts like this: “I feel lucky, I just feel that way, I'm on a bus to Atlantic City later on today. Now I'm sitting at a blackjack table and swear to God the dealer has a tag says, "Mabel." Hit me, hit me! I smile at Mabel, soon they're bringing complimentary drinks to the table.” Check it out yourself - it’s called Have a Lucky Day by Morphine.

17. Kentucky Gambler - Merle Haggard

Written by Dolly Parton and released in 1974, Merle Haggard’s Kentucky Gambler is another song on our ultimate gambling playlist that you should pay attention to. It’s about a miner from Kentucky who leaves his family to gamble, under the bright lights of Reno. Unsurprisingly, his winning streak comes to an end, and he loses all his winnings. All broke, he decided to return back home only when he arrived, he found out his wife was involved with someone else.

16. The Jack - AC/DC

The next song on our list will give you some adrenaline boost, for sure. It goes like this - “She gave me the queen, she gave me the king, she was wheelin' and dealin', just doin' her thing, she was holdin' a pair, but I had to try…” Sounds familiar? This song from the 1975s is called The Jack and is played by AC/DC and there’s no way you can skip it.

15. Blackjack - Ray Charles

Moving on to something a bit different - a melody that blackjack lovers can listen to as they play is Ray Charles’ Blackjack. Apart from being a good quality song from 1955, it carries an important message with an emphasis on how brutal the game of blackjack can be. Some sources say that Ray Charles wrote it after beating T-Bone Walker at a blackjack game session.
Yet another Ray Charles’ famous song about gambling is called a Losing Hand.

14. Ooh Las Vegas - Gram Parson

Ooh, Las Vegas, ain't no place for a poor boy like me”... is a song-into for Ooh Las Vegas which was written by Gram Parsons and Ric Grech. It was first released by Gram Parsons with Emmylou Harris in 1974. Playing this song would be perfect for the beginning of the road trip (i.e. to Las Vegas), especially if you have the energy to sing along.

13. The Stranger - Leonard Cohen

Published in 1968 and performed by Leonard Cohen, The Stranger appears in the The Ernie Game movie about a man released from a mental asylum. More appropriately, it is the perfect opening song in the 1971 Western McCabe & Mrs Miller, in which Warren Beatty plays a gambler. As you listen to this song (without watching the movie), it makes you see fascinating images of card games, smoky dreams, and concepts of risk versus safety.

12. Desperado - Eagles

Written by Glen Frey and Don Henley, Desperado song is one of The Eagles’ greatest hits from their 1973 album of the same name. The song features a classic tune while the ballad tells the story of a lone wolf imprisoned by his loneliness. As for the lyrics, they have loads of card references mentioning the queen of diamonds, the queen of hearts, and so on.

11. Huck's Tune - Bob Dylan

The next song on our list is about the risks of poker, money, and relationships, which are precisely what the movie Lucky You is all about. Does it ring a bell? That’s right, this 2007 song is called Huck’s Tune and is performed by Bob Dylan. Each of us can all relate to lines "You push it all in, and you've no chance to win, you play 'em on down to the end." Play the song and you’ll enjoy more than 4 amazing minutes of Bob Dylan.
Likewise, Bob Dylan recorded Rambling, Gambling Willie and Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts, both excellent and both inspired by gambling.

10. Four Little Diamonds - Electric Light Orchestra

A song by the British rock band Electric Light Orchestra Four Little Diamonds was released in 1983 and found itself on the album Secret Messages. The single wasn’t so popular in the US, being only 2 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, at number 86, and number 84 in the UK. This song refers to the singer’s cheating lover who tricked him out of a ring which had 'four little diamonds' on it.

9. You Can't Beat The House - Mark Knopfler

Moving on to our next choice for the day, You Can’t Beat the House. It’s the third song on the Get Lucky studio album released in 2009 by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler. The album and the songs received favorable reviews with the album reaching the top three positions on album charts in Denmark, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, and Poland. The singer’s divine voice combined with beautiful music and lyrics goes like this – “You can't bear the house, you can't bear the house, tell the man somebody, you can't beat the house.

8. Deck of Cards - Don Williams

Deck of Cards is a recitation song that tells the story of a soldier who gets caught while playing cards in church and then faces a sentence from a superior officer. The soldier defends his case, explaining he wasn't about to deal a hand of poker, but was rather confirming his faith with the cards. Performed by T. Texas Tyler, the song managed to become a major hit in the 1940s and 1950s. Also, Wink Martindale had an even bigger hit with his 1959 cover, with a successful version by Don Williams featuring Tex Ritter and Buddy Cole.

7. Gambler’s Blues - B.B. King

First recording of the song Gambler’s Blues by B.B. King was in 1966, and it was released in 1967. The song appears on the album Back in the Alley (1970). Some say gambling and blues go hand in hand, so if you (gambling fans) haven’t heard it, listen and see for yourself.

6. Tumbling Dice - Rolling Stones

One of our favourite songs on the list is Tumbling Dice, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It tells the story of a gambler who can’t remain faithful to any woman. Being released in the 1970s and featuring a blues boogie-woogie rhythm, the song was and still is one of the greatest singles of all time.
Rolling Stones also recorded Casino Boogie, and it’s from their 1972 album, Exile on Main St.

5. Luck Be A Lady - Frank Sinatra

The next song on our list is about a gambler who hopes that he will win a bet, the outcome of which will decide whether he is able to save his relationship with the girl of his dreams. You probably know what song we’re talking about; it’s called Luck be a Lady released in 1965 and performed by one of the most popular musical artists - Frank Sinatra.

4. Deal - Grateful Dead

Next one up is the song Deal. It was first performed by the Grateful Dead in 1971, as a regular part of the repertoire through their 1970's tour. Although being less common to the fans during the 1990s, the band continued to perform it. The singer opens with the message: “Since it cost a lot to win and even more to lose you and me bound to spend some time wondering what to choose,” that later kicks off with a chorus: “Don't let your deal go down...
Loser is another song first performed by the Grateful Dead in 1971 as well, heavily played during 1971 and 1972.

3. Ace of Spades - Motörhead

Ok, the next song is loaded with some great gambling verses like "The pleasure is to play, makes no difference what you say, I don't share your greed, the only card I need is the Ace of Spades" will definitely set you in the right mood for hitting some winning combinations. Released in 1980, the song was inspired by slot machines that the lead singer Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister played in London pubs.

2. Viva Las Vegas - Elvis

As soon as you start playing the second song from our playlist “Viva Las Vegas,” you’ll probably picture a huge casino and a great gaming atmosphere. Performed by the legendary Elvis Presley, the 1964-released song brings the glamour of the city, and its beat will get you in the mood for some serious gameplay. This song was written for the movie of the same name starring Elvis Presley, in which he plays a race car driver waiting tables at a hotel to pay off a debt. There’s this famous scene when he performs this song at the talent competition alongside many showgirls.

1. The Gambler - Kenny Rogers

Performed by the legendary country singer Kenny Rogers, The Gambler song is our number 1 - it's full of some betting advice that are relevant today, even though it was released more than 40 years ago, in 1978. Here’s how it goes… “If you're gonna play the game, boy you gotta learn to play it right, you've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away, and know when to run.” These classic chorus lines were told from the first-person perspective inspired by a conversation the author had with an experienced poker player on a train. Written in the form of poker metaphors, Schlitz wrote the tune in honor of his late father.
Johnny Cash is also among other musicians who recorded The Gambler in 1978, on Gone Girl.

What do you think? Which one is your favourite?

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GTA VI Credible Leak ?

here is my ID badge that i use to get in and out of work. ( Name and picture is blurred for my protection.) date 2019-2020.
Everyone has been waiting, a credible leak for Grand Theft Auto 6. I will not be stating my name or anything, this is a personal throwaway account, But I do work at Rockstar Games. This next addition to the title will be keeping the tradition of roman numerals, ( GTA VI ) but I will often refer to it as GTA 6, to make things easier.
be sure to read everything, as I have taken the risk and time to leak a lot of vital information.
First off I’d like to state that all previous leaks about GTA 6 is a hoax. All of the leaks regarding GTA 6 taking place in any other area than Vice City, is a hoax.
I will be breaking down the characters, storyline, and more.
Grand Theft Auto VI is designed to be the most developed video game in history, and redefine open sand box games, letting the player fully immerse in the world and storyline.
In Grand Theft Auto 6 the game will take place in Vice City, but the previous storyline leaks etc, is all fake. The plot is completely different,. The game will host 3 protagonists, one being a middle aged white man named Johnathon Brooks, but is often referred to as John. John is going thru a mid-life crisis, and lives on the returning area called Starfish Island. John essentially is a life long career criminal, and exposes the player to a new crime element, fraud. John was born in Carcer City, and moved to Vice City at age 17, after running away from his foster parents, not much is known about his previous life before then, except he was in a very poor family.
John got into the fraud game in the early 2000’s, and he is 38 in game. he earned his money thru many fraudulent activities like credit card fraud, bank fraud, and did a few small bank jobs, and laundered his money with his own car wash business. He lives in a $1.8m mansion that he bought with his illicit gains, and the FIB are on to him. He borrows money from the local gang in Little Haiti, where fraud is very prevalent, and he starts getting back into his older habits to pay off the gang. The FIB notices this, and he ends up doing dirty work for the FIB, in order to keep his freedom.
The second character is Samuel “Shotta” Stevens, who is a member of the Haitian gang. He is a black, Haitian based character with more character development, than Franklin from GTA 5. He is 26 in game. The game also focuses more on crime, and the gang element. The player will experience the brutal reality of the gang life in Vice City, in the slums of Little Haiti, from loan sharking and repossessing the unreliable clients, to brokering the sales, that being kilos of cocaine, for the South American Cartel. Samuel lives in a Section 8 apartment, in the Little Haiti Neighborhood with his grandmother, Amy.
Samuel just wants to move out of the hood, but loves the gang lifestyle, and this gets him caughtup in the FIB drama with John. The FIB cuts him a deal also, if he can snitch out his gang, which the player can choose to cooperate, or refuse. This will change the storyline of Samuel dramatically.
If you choose Option A: Snitch on the gang, You will snitch on the gang and work with John, who will show you the ropes of Fraud, and you both will defraud the bank of Schlongberg Sachs, commit multiple heists, and become a protege of John. Or of course you can choose, Option B: Refuse. Refusing will make Samuel a target of the FIB, and this causes him to gain more respect from his gang. The respect system from San Andreas is back, but new and improved. Samuel will expand his gang operations from Little Haiti, all the way to the Vice Keys, and beyond.
The Third Character is a man named Xavier Gonzalez. Xavier is a latino man born in Vice City, he is 40 years old, and a cocaine kingpin. He lives in Downtown Vice City in his lavish $1.5m penthouse. Xavier is friends with John from the beginning of the story. Xavier is apart of the story no matter what option you choose, providing cocaine to John to sell, OR, Providing cocaine to both John AND Samuel, to sell together, and to strengthen the gangs funds. The gang system is similar to Red Dead Redemption 2’s system, and also has elements of GTA San Andreas. Xavier is also tied in directly to the nightclub business as well, having stakes in the returning Malibu Club, now run by the Jimenez Family, a latino Mafia, who has ties directly to the South American Cartel.
Each Character has a different personality and lifestyle, and will be a exceptional experience for the player. Former characters from past GTA’s will be making appearances. Luis WILL be returning, being a manager of the Malibu Club, Stranger and Freaks missions are returning with a more in depth story for every one of them, and Michael De Santa and his wife, Amanda, will be returning also, living in a beach house, although their children will not make any appearances. The both do not play a VITAL part in the storyline, but will have stranger and freaks missions for any character, with all different outcomes. For example, passing by the state penitentiary, you may just recognize Lamar Davis, in a bluish grey jumpsuit, embellished with a pair of handcuffs wrapped around his wrists, demanding for a ride.
The map of GTA VI, will be bigger than GTA V and RDR2 combined, having several counties, having Vice City, based on Miami, the Vice Keys, based on the Florida Keys, The Everglades, based on the swampy Everglades in Florida. The game will also feature Orlando, which is named Corlado, and Tampa, named as Gulf Shore City, but downsized a bit. The game will feature sprawling countryside outside of Vice City and Corlado, with countryside towns, named Canisville, Centura, and Sentinel Point, along with towns along the Vice Keys. There is an Air Force Base, based of off Eglin Air Force Base, named Fort Sentinel. The Ocean is the Atlantic Ocean, with more shipwrecks to discover, plants and animals, and more. The game itself has as many animals as RDR2, and the player can hunt if they choose, although this is just a more of a minigame. Vigilante Missions will be back, along with Taxi Missions.
Character Customization will be better, from the belt on your waist, to the socks on your feet. Choose to your liking of luxury watches, rings, chains, earrings, featuring plain jane, to diamonds and rubies, emeralds, and more. Belts can be worn along with hightops, to lowtops and boots, and dress shoes. Pantlegs can be tucked into the footwear you choose, if the option is available. Tattoos will be back, along with hair customization. John is white so he can tan, or be sunburned, and the core system from RDR 2 is back aswell.
Tattoos will feature opacity and can also fade over time. You will be able to adjust the size of the tattoo. It will be able to be placed on over 10 different area of the body depending the size.
Since the core system is back, you will have to also bathe, to stay clean, otherwise you may notice changes in your cores.
You will have to eat to replenish cores, so you can cook in your safehouse, or go eat out in a restaurant, whether it be fast food or upscale. All characters can have relationships with women, similar to GTA 4 and GTA San Andreas. You will be able to buy extra safehouses around the map, and the amount of vehicles will be the same amount that are in GTA Online, and more. Every vehicle will be returning, and first person mode will be more enhanced, with more realistic vehicle interiors to immerse the player into every aspect of the game. South America will not be apart of the game, only Vice City and surrounding Areas.
Skills from GTA V is also being integrated back, along with exercising, to boost strength. Agility is a new added skill, and Strength will affect how hard you punch, kick, or melee in general.
Special Abilities so far, will not be coming back. This may be tweaked before release, but if they return, it will not be a major part of the game.
Car Customization is more advanced, different leather trims can be changed colors, along with wood trims and marble trims. You can add satellite radio, which lets you listen to radio stations in Los Santos, and Liberty City, but so far there is only two stations from each of those cities. You can also listen to all the radio stations across the counties. Neon is back, new spoilers and liveries as well, Along with different colors of tint. Subwoofers will be a standard upgrade as well.
Los Santos Customs is gone, and Pay and Spray is back, along with Viceland Kustomz, and Sentinel Bike Shop. You can also modify certain parts at the car dealerships.
The drug dealing system from GTA: China Town Wars is also returning, but a bit revamped. This is where the post office system comes in, from RDR2. Pounds of Marijuana sourced from Los Santos delivered by mail, to a post office near you. From weed to tabs of LSD, all the way to meth, heroin, and cocaine, you can reap major profits.
Casinos will be returning as well, one being a resort, others being small-time casinos. You will be able to rent a room in the casino and resort. The casino is named as the Malibu Casino and Resort.
Gunplay is improved with new realistic sounds. Interiors are just as detailed as GTA V or RDR2, if not more, I’d say. The insurance system from GTA Online will be integrated into GTA VI’s story mode, so losing a vehicle will not happen.
There is an abundance of new and old activities, that being over 50 strangers and freaks missions, drug supplying, or drug running, similar to GTA TBOGT’s drug missions. You can hunt, as stated before, but is more of a minigame than a money maker. You can fish as well, as fishing is a very popular sport, in modern day Florida.
There will be four strip clubs scattered around the map, one of them named Vanilla Unicorn South East, which is owned by Trevor Phillips, who is planned to make a cameo, only to be featured in a cutscene so far.
Nightclubs as I stated before, will be a thing. There will be 3 nightclubs, where you can take part in a few activities, like dancing, where you can meet your date in game, or drinking and smoking. Expect SOLOMUN, and BLACK MADONNA to return. You will see in game appearances of them DJing in the nightclubs. No other DJ’s will return.
Bounty hunting will not be a thing, but dirty work for the FIB throughout the story will be similar. Pool and bowling is returning, along with player skills, exercise and working out also is a thing, as stated above earlier.
Convenience stores and gas stations will feature many products you can purchase. Snacks, that being Phat chips, (different flavors yield more health and core restoration) candy bars, ( EgoChaser, Meteorite, Zebra Bar, and more) drinks, (E Cola, Sprunk,) Alcohol, (Pisswasser, Champagne, Logger) Redwood cigarettes, and cigars. The stores will be setup similar to RDR2’s store system. You can rob the stores, and also start a protection racket, and extort them.
Pharmacys will be in the game, to purchase portable med kits, or you can rob the pharmacy for drugs and money.
The way you eat can also affect your character’s health, and weight. Similar to GTA San Andreas’s system.
Merryweather will return, but won’t have the same presence as it did in GTA V. Merryweather ends up not being able to operate on U.S. soil, and goes out of business as a hit is put on Don Percival, by one of the returning characters from GTA V.
An advanced parkour system is integrated as well, similar to GTA IV’s.
Gun stores will be prevalent as this is based off of Florida. The homeless man who found the diamonds, from GTA TBOGT will also make an appearance as a gun store owner, as he has proceeded to purchase and start a gun shop in the area of South Vice Beach.
The black market for weapons is featured in this game as well, similar to fences in RDR2. You can also craft bombs/projectiles if you have learned to.
Realism is a goal of this game, without being too overwhelming. Guns and weapons will need to be cleaned. If you shoot a gun, you will smell of gun powder, this may be noticed by civilians or police officers, and they will make comments about it. If you have not bathed, you may just get absurd insults slurred at you. If you have blood stained on you, and you smell of blood, people may give you weird looks, or may just make a call to the local Law Enforcement.
As for those who DM me or ask about Strangers and Freaks, or mysteries and riddles, the paranormal world will be featured in GTA VI. You may encounter serial killers, or creepy sightings in dreary areas. Strangers and freaks will all have its own unique storyline.
The weather system is IMPROVED SIGNIFICANTLY aswell. Hurricanes do take place, but only during certain parts of the storyline, and floods may occur in marshland areas and anywhere away from mainland.
Melee Combat system is based off of strength, and Agility, which is a new skill, as stated above, and is improved heavily. Hand combat is influenced by strength and agility. Based on how hard you hit the opponent, you may bruise them, and bruise yourself. The chainsaw is returning as well. The limbs and gore is back from RDR2
Dialogue System from GTA San Andreas and RDR2 is back, and improved, with different responses every time.
GPS and Navigation System will be improved, showing the quickest routes, from alleyways to the freeway. Every street will have a name, and the GPS voice from GTA IV is returning as well, get ready to hear “Turn Left in 500 yards, Bing Bong.” Planes will have autopilot, and you can fly to each city with plane tickets, or on your own.
Driving mechanics will be similar to GTA IV’s, but combined with the smoothness of GTA V’s mechanics. Damage to the vehicle will be more detailed then ever, featuring airbag damage as well. EVERY Vehicle will have its own selected weight, and handling, to improve the player’s experience.
Six star wanted level is back, with FIB being the 6th star. There is multiple law enforcement agencies. VCPD, GSCPD, CPD, SPPD, Highway Patrol, FIB, IAA, Viceland State Patrol, as well as the NOOSE. You will not be shot by cops for just staring at them.
Being arrested results in you serving time, similar to RDR 1’s Jail time mechanic, showing you all of your charges while you sit in a cell. The first time you get arrested it will show your character being booked, and you will have to take a mugshot and be fingerprinted. Depending on the county or city you’ve been arrested in, you will be known to local law enforcement and even law abiding citizens, depending on how severe your charges are.
Random events are more realistic than ever. depending on the wanted level you’ve attained, there is a system similar to the bounty system of RDR2. The more crimes you’ve commited that have gained attention of law enforcement, you have a chance of getting your hotel room getting kicked in by noose, your safe house getting staked out by undercover FIB, even being pulled over if you have commited a number of crimes in the same vehicle. You may witness muggings, or even be mugged yourself. You will encounter situations with homeless people to the rich and famous, with all different outcomes.
Real Estate as stated before, will be available to all three characters. Businesses will be available, illicit and legal, from businesses to launder cash for the gang, to illicit businesses like credit fraud rings, to counterfeit cash.
Safe houses will be available as well. A penthouse in Corlado, a modern mansion on Starfish Island, a beach house on Ocean Beach, a small quaint house in Canisville, a traditional house in Gulf Shore City, a vacation-style home in the Vice Keys, to small apartments in small towns like Centura or Sentinel Point. Each character will be able to purchase any of these properties, but it will be tied to just the one character that purchased it.
Hotels and Motels will also be available to rent rooms and bathe in, one being the Gulf Shore motel, a dingy motel room for cheap, perfect for someone wanting a cheap stay. The Malibu Casino and Resort near Vice Beach, a 5 star luxury stay, with a two-story penthouse with a jacuzzi the player can bathe in, with views of Vice Beach, and the nearby Ocean Beach. There is 4 hotels and 2 motels scattered across the map, each with unique interiors and different amenities.
Purchasing vehicles you can enter a dealership, or purchase online and have it delivered to a garage. Pegasus Concierge is returning. Certain stolen vehicles will have trackers, and will not be able to be modified, same as GTA V.
The stock market is also returning, BAWSAQ and VLSM ( Vice Land Stock Market ) and can reap heavy profits as well.
Time goes by: This game is set in 2017-2019. Times will change thruout, buildings will be completed as they were in RDR2, radio stations will not play all of the music in the tracklist at first. Instead it will play newer music thruout the storyline. You will still hear older and newer songs too after completion.
Character customization is not just clothing, tattoos, jewelry and hair customization. You can also purchase 3 different phone models. an iFruit phone, based on the iPhone Xr, a Badger phone, or a Whiz Wireless. You will also be able to purchase ringtones, as you were able to do in GTA IV. You can also purchase an iFruit watch, based on the apple watch, which you can take calls on, if you change your settings.
Depending on how rough you play, clothing can wear and tear. Examples: jumping out of a moving vehicle, falling off/on rocks, tripping on certain props.
As stated above, NPC’s will notice the clothing you wear, the way you look or smell, the car you drive, and the jewelry you wear, and will make comments on it.
Crouching will be back, the same as RDR2, and the cover system is nearly the exact same cover system as RDR2.
ALSO Expect a Special Edition, AND Collector’s Edition, similar to RDR2.
The game is set in the summer of 2017 to 2019 as the storyline proceeds. This game WILL BE PS5 Exclusive, for the first month. The in-game experience is like no other, PS5 also has a new controller design as well. It is projected to not release until later 2020, AFTER holiday season BUT MAY BE DELAYED. I have broken down the storyline, key elements of the game, and if anyone has anymore questions I will be happy to answer. I know so much about this game as I’ve been working on it since the start, and I’m not afraid to get in trouble, as this is a throwaway.
I will not be responding to negative comments, claiming this is fake, because I will not waste my time with non-believers, only true questions.
all content is confirmed unless it has been mentioned by me to not be officially confirmed already, and anything may be scrapped before release as cut content, but is unlikely
*PLEASE UPVOTE. I do not want my effort and the risks I am taking to go to waste. I want this to not get buried. *
if you have questions or WANT MORE? (screenshots or photos as proof, radio stations, confirmed tracklists or more) Send Me A Chat.
You may see songs from previous games, as Rockstar may have the licenses still, or has renewed them.
Satellite Radio: Liberty City
Beat 102.7- Hosted By DJ Whoo Kid
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Liberty Rock Radio- Hosted By Iggy Pop
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Satellite Radio:
Radio Los Santos- Hosted By BigBoy
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Los Santos Rock Radio- Hosted By Kenny Loggins
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NightRide FM Hosted By Kavinsky
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Corlado’s Hottest Jams 103.7 Hosted By Feliciá Williams and DJ Diamondz
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V-Rock FM Hosted By Couzin Ed
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Vice City’s Retro Mix , 104.7 Fm Hosted By Fernando Martinez
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Vice City Classic Hip Hop Hosted By DJ slick slim
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Viceland’s Country Radio (VLCR) Hosted By Derrick Jones
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GSC-EDM FM ( Gulf Shore City EDM Fm ) Hosted By Gulf Shore City FM.
The Sunrise Fm ( Reggae music ) Hosted By Marshall Peters
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Vice Rap Radio ( VRR ) ( modern florida rap ) Hosted By DJ Josué Da Kidd
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The Groove 109.2 Hosted By Vaughn Harper
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Baila Ahora Radio (modern spanish station) Hosted By Amada Abrantes
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Interesante Musica Radio ( modern and old spanish music ) Hosted By Selená Martinez * Los Hermanos Rosario, La Dueña Del Swing * los reyes del merengue, El Baile del Beeper - Versión Merengue * Celia Cruz, La Vida Es Un Carnaval * INDIA, Marc Anthony, Vivir Lo Nuestro * Felipe Muñiz, Marc Anthony, Deje de Amar * Ivy Queen, Dime * Monchy and Alexandra, Alexandra
Musica de Clásico FM ( Salsa ) Hosted By Pedro Simmóns
Flash FM ( 2000’s and 90’s pop) Hosted By DJ Toni
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Ocean Beach Classics FM (80’s synth pop) Hosted By DJ Teri
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The Wave 103 (Slow/Vocal Synthwave + Indie Synth) Hosted By Adam First, Trish Camden
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Centura County Country Hits ( newer country ) Hosted By Rick Hanson
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The Keys Rock Radio ( mix of rock) Hosted By Gerald Ritsky
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Viceland Lithium Radio ( Hardcore Rock, Heavy Metal ) ( VLLR ) Hosted By VLLR.
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Trap House Radio ( Trap Rap ) Hosted By DJ BlueBandz
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Anarchy Radio 98.5 FM ( Alt Rock, Punk) Hosted By Jason Lavigne
Chatterbox Vice City Talk Radio
CTR Corlado Talk Radio
-host, Lazlow - Fernando Martinez
Viceland News Network VLNN
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Host- Vanessa Hopkins, Weazel News. - Updates on weather and Weazel News
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Legal Disclaimer: This post is not affiliated with Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive, or its subsidiaries, In any way, shape or form, and should be taken as satirical. Ignore this below.
Legal Disclaimer: This post is not affiliated with Rockstar Games or Take-Two Interactive, or its subsidiaries, In any way, shape or form, and should be taken as satirical.
Along with the No phone, No photos policy, It will be very difficult to get OFFICIAL screenshots. Here is a official, accurate sketch of the GTA VI Minimap and cores design
Here is the sketch of the mini map on computer.
I will be uploading more sketches soon.
Here’s my Rockstar badge / ID. it is dirty, apologies. The rockstar logo, imprinted on the card itself, along with my photo, blurred out, my name below it, and the expiration date, years 2019-2020. this is only an ID to get into the building. since i have released a bit of proof, stop spreading misinformation
You can still trust my leak, but here is a legal disclaimer so I cannot be targeted.
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-legal disclaimer. this is fictional and not proven, this post is not associated with taketwo or rockstar games in any way, shape, or form.
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Carlos Alexander, Billionaire, Evil Villain, and Antagonist Extraordinaire

I guess it is time to speak briefly on Carlos Alexander. His rise to fame, and subsequent infamy is due to his unique gift. He did not always have this gift though. Carolus Alexius was born in what is now Cordoba, Spain, to Roman parents living under Moorish rule. The year was 777. His parents being aristocrats, in the basest sense, he had access to the vast library there at Cordoba, and all the secrets it harbored. You see like us, the Unseen, Carlos Alexander is drawn to magical places, special people, powerful charms, purpose-made trinkets, and the like. It is in this way that people find the chests, and other cursed items. It is in this same way that we of the Orders find each other, and draw close, so they we can stand together against the dark forces that gather to do the same.
There, from some ancient and dusty tome, he read aloud some perverse words, and pantomimed some obscure ritual, imbuing himself with an unnaturally extended lifespan. The means by which he achieved this is lost to us, likely he burned the instructions as soon as his ritual was compete. His terrible gift, along with his extended life, has allowed him to amass some of the most dangerous talismans we have ever seen. Through these talismans, he has gained power and dark influence all over the globe and beyond, and he holds sway over many. This influence also allowed him to gain enormous wealth. The companies which he has founded, and leads from the shadows, are industry leaders, and financial juggernauts. Through this interconnected network of companies, he is able to further his agenda, and spend his time concentrating his efforts where he is best served.
Due to his high stature, Carlos Alexander must be careful not to let his secret be learned by any Profane. Even many of our Orders are not sure he exists; a powerful and ancient enigma, he had evaded every attempt at defeat or capture. He has moved many times throughout the years, and lived under a hundred different names, accordingly. Eventually he settled on a forever home, where he felt he could be intermittently safe. Located in Chile, in the coastal range foothills, near the Atacama Desert, his palatial estate is impossible to miss. A monolith of stark beauty amidst the desolate landscape.
It was called Casa Culpeo, so named for a species of fox native to the area. Its construction started in the late 1780’s and employed the skill of so many skilled tradesmen; masters in stonework, carpentry, botany, fresco and mosaic, and painters. Once they all had completed their great work, Carlos Alexander slaughtered each one personally, and buried them in the remote desert. None would remain alive to tell about it, so that the sands could hold his secrets for all time. Only a few and select would be lucky enough to ever see it and to experience its wonders, and live to tell about it.
The property itself was a veritable Babylon. Lush greenery, colorful fragrant blooms, tall stately trees, and robust hedges abounded. Sculptures of the finest quality stared out over flora of the rarest and most expensive varieties. Fountains, ponds, and streams accented and divided the gardens, evoking the feelings of a European estate. The main building itself, was hewn from megalithic stone, arranged in the manner of cyclopean architecture. Inside, the halls themselves were adorned with prodigious amounts of art. Alcoves housed dignified marble busts of men and women of renown, and infamy.
Even a more-than-casual visitor to the property, might not guess at the secrets it hid. Palatial, and expansive in its layout, every room held a plethora of rich decoration, and ornate adornment. One particular room, the study, held more than just mundane books though. The third shelf on the west facing wall had a small brass handle near the back of the lowest shelf. Pulling down would cause the shelf to swing open, revealing a locked door. Through the doorway was a descending staircase, that stretched down into the very bedrock upon which the estate was built. At the bottom, another door, also locked. That door opened into a long hallway, stretching nearly a quarter mile. The whole length was hexed with dozens of special charms developed by Mr. Alexander for just this purpose. In the centuries since their employment, they had never failed. At the end of the hallway was a final door; unlocked. None but him had ever gotten as far, so there was no need for chains or locks. Behind that door lay Carlos’s own veritable cabinet of curiosities.
In his extensive collections of dark and nefarious and items, Mr. Alexander kept many artifacts of unsavory renown. His collections, which sat undisturbed in the vault below his study, might seem entirely benign, if not a touch macabre, to the average person. Rows of rich wooden shelves lined the room, and a grand wooden table was at its center. All lined with specimen jars, archeological looking objects, resplendent trinkets, human bones, and other seemingly valuable talismans and tokens.
On the shelf against the northern wall was one of Mr. Alexander’s favorite pieces. Nestled between a jar containing a preserved parasitic shrimp from another world, and a Human skull with a huge ragged hole in it, sat a single American Dollar Bill, 2000 Series minted in Philadephia. It was unremarkable save the blue smiley face stamped on it. Aside from this, it generally looked like any other gently used dollar bill in every other way.
A little girl named Dolores stamped that smiley face on it when her mother wasn’t looking, sometime in 2001. Dolores was regrettably killed in a bus accident while carrying that dollar to school for lunch the very next day. It was found in her wallet and returned to the family by the coroner with her blood-stained clothes. Her mom kept it for a month or two, but it pained her too much to keep it. So one day she burned the clothes in the fireplace. She took the dollar and stuffed it in a charity box for sick children, on the counter at the liquor store she had become such a frequent customer of.
That tin charity box, with pictures of sick kids pasted around it, was never meant for charity, however. The owner of that particular convenience store was as unscrupulous as he was greedy, and he emptied that money right into his safe every month. He didn’t care about those sick kids, not one lick. He didn’t care much about anybody. Like his employees either. So one night, John and Alex, the owner’s two longest serving minimum wage employees, hit their boss over the head with a bottle of cheap wine while he counted his money. They made away with about fifteen grand. Good haul for them. Though their freedom was short lived, they made sure to spend every penny of that money. They were in jail within forty-eight hours, having been the prime suspects from the moment someone found the old, miserly store owner dead in his office the next morning. A good portion of that money was spent at a little gem of a strip club, over on the local highway, less than twenty minutes away. Our dollar found its way into the G-string of a tall leggy blond, stage name Charlize. She had a reputation as an easy lay. She used the money the two robbers gave her to buy a nice bag of heroin from her pimp, I mean, boyfriend. He liked it when his girls were drugged out and complacent.
What none of them knew was that it unfortunately was not even heroin. It was Fentanyl; and these amateur street cooks out there couldn’t guarantee strength or purity. Dirty street shit like that is guaranteed to have a 10% overdose ratio. Charlize’s boyfriend, Danny, rolled the dollar with the smiley face up and handed it to her with a fresh line of that smack. He left her to die in that room, dollar still in her hand, alone to suffocate in her own vomit. The police were alerted to her after the hotel manager went to collect his money for the “short stay” and found a dead stripper with a face full of drugs. And our dollar went into an evidence bag. It sat on a shelf in Warwick Police Department for ten years until a bad cop, down on his luck, rummaged through old confiscated items for anything of value he could pawn. He wiped off the dollar and stuffed it directly in his wallet, among the myriad other things he had swiped.
He needed the money to pay back a big gambling debt to some shady mobsters from an illegal casino down in Atlantic City. He went to them nearly empty-handed, and they did not appreciate his offer of a payment plan. They killed him, of course. And when they were stripping his body of clothes, they found his wallet. One expired credit card, and $16 dollars in cash; a ten, a five and our one dollar bill.
These made-men returned to their high stake poker tables after the hit, and happened to sit across from Carlos Alexander, and some of his more dangerous associates, at a poker match. The made-men had no idea what that dollar was. Carlos knew though. He wagered a great deal of money that night to win that dollar from them, goading them into larger and larger bets. These mobsters pulled every denomination of bill from every pocket they had, but they wouldn’t budge; all he wanted was that dollar. The dark power of it was calling to the mobster who had taken it off of the dead man, bidding him to keep it for himself. Like all the dollar’s previous owners however, he was destined to die.
Carlos Alexander did get that dollar, even though he had to slaughter every mobster in the room, with some help from some of his baser acquaintances. Once it started, it didn’t take long to finish. Three minutes of pure carnage, and he had it. As his companions feasted on the flesh of the dead, he pulled a handkerchief from his pocket, and wiped the blood from his eyes, making sure not to dirty the dollar. He stared at it, the dark emanations of its power pulsing in his hand. Carlos Alexander smiled. He already had a place picked out for it, in his collection.
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A final response to the "Tell me why Trump is a terrible businessman"

Trump shows he doesn’t know how the economy works by thinking he can fix the debt by just printing more money.

Trump wants to go back to the Gold standard despite warning from economists.

Trump proposes tanking the economy so he could renegotiate the public debt and pay discounted prices to investors of US Treasury bonds.

Trump proposes plan that would shrink the economy by 2% according to experts.

Trumps Trade War with China would increase the price of everyday goods and products up to 40% or more.

Trumps current spending plan would bankrupt the country.

Trumps Tax cuts would add $24.5 trillion to the national debt

Trump wants a $3.2 trillion tax cut for millionaires.

Trump thinks unemployment is really 40% despite the fact that would put the unemployment rate at twice the height it was during the great depression.

Trump lowers his number and thinks unemployment is 20% which is still wrong.

Trump win would tank stock market according to billionaire financial guru.

Trump ranked on the same level as ISIS in terms of causing global economy instability by Economist Intelligence Analysts.

Trumps claim about trade deficit is $200 billion dollars off.

Trump promises to decrease taxes without increasing the national deficit despite the fact that is literally impossible.

Far Right Conservative Think Tanks and Republican professors acknowledge Trumps plan would not only create an economic collapse but a breakdown of basic everyday life.

Trump declares bankruptcy… Four, Six separate times.

Trump $3 billion dollars in debt in 1991.

Trumps Entertainment Resorts are forced to declare bankruptcy. Trump lies and claims “I have nothing to do with the company,”

Trumps Casinos were failures.

Trump refuses to pay back wages to his wife's personal assistant unless he signed a non-disclosure agreement.

Trump accused of illegally withholding checks from employees.

Trump hires illegal workers and pays them below minimum wage.

Trump accused of engaging in incidents of physical assault, verbal abuse, intimidation, and threats of physical harm towards workers to suppress unions.

British Human Rights Journalist says conditions for workers at Trumps Dubai Golf course are “The worst I have ever seen”

Trump tries to start his own Mortgage company right before the housing bubble crash and fails.

Trump tries to start his own airline and in three years never turns a profit.

Trump tries to make his own monopoly ripoff, twice. Predicted 2 million units sold. It gets no where near that and fails.

Trump tries to make his own Vodka line. He promises it will beat Grey Goose and it fails.

Trump tries to make his own steak line. It’s discontinued due to poor sales and he fails.

Trump tries to start his own magazine, it fails.

Trump tries to start his own travel site, it fails.

Trump tries to make a Tour De France rival called Tour de Trump that fails.

Trump tries to make his own football league it fails, he loses $30 million dollars. Then he tries to sue the NFL for $1.7 billion.

Trump starts his own line of vitamins, consumer watchdog groups and health experts label it as a scam. It also fails.

Trump somehow thinks ISIS has become competition against him in the real estate industry after falsely believing they started building their own Hotels.

Hundreds claim Trump refused to pay bills.

When asked about his companies regularly violating the Fair Labor Standards Act Trump says, “That’s the way it should be.”

Trump defrauds students through scam university.

Trump makes racist comments about Judge in the class action lawsuit involving said scam university.

Trump takes a $40 million dollar loan from Deutsche Bank and when they ask him to repay the loan he refuses and sues them for $3 billion dollars.

Trumps daughter recalls story during her childhood when Trump pointed at a homeless man saying he was 4 billion dollars richer than him because, “that’s how much debt I’m in.”

Trump Bribes corrupt government officials to seize elderly woman’s house using eminent domain to get more Limo Parking Space.

Trump tried to use eminent domain to steal the house of a Holocaust survivor.

Trump uses slumlord tactics of hiring thugs to physically intimidate tenants.

Trump retaliates against tenant for filing complaint by drilling holes in her ceiling and filling her apartment with construction dust. (Tenant later dies of lung cancer.)

Trump picked stock fraud felon as senior adviser.

Trump brand used to swindles buyers out of life savings through fraud in failed Condo project.

Trump named in over 3,500 lawsuits.

Trump uses bribery and secret financing to circumvent state law and stop competitors.

Trump is fined 200,000$ in 1992 by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for not allowing blacks or women onto his casino floor while racist Mafia leader is gambling.

Trump tries to violate Antitrust regulations through purgery and identity theft to steal two separate companies.

Court case implicated Trump in fraud, money-laundering, conspiracy, perjury and the theft of trade secrets.

Trump violates federal gambling laws.

Trump outright commits tax evasion.

Trump commits felony and lies to the Securities and Exchange Commission about company earnings with the hope of cheating taxes.

Trump steals over $300,000 from worker pensions.

Trump hires Illegal Immigrants over U.S citizens.

Trump hires Illegal Immigrants again but this time defrauds them of pay.

Trumps makes majority of products in China.

Not even Trumps Make America Great Again Hats are made in America.

Trump violates immigration laws by sneaking Illegal Immigrants into the U.S for modeling jobs then refuses to pay them.

Trump hires a financial analyst to gauge his Taj Mahal Casino project, the analyst says that the project would fail by the end of that year. Trump sues the analyst demanding he says it will succeed. By the end of the year the Casino declares bankruptcy.

Trump sues small travel agency founded in 1985 for coincidentally sharing his name.

Trump sues small Georgia business for making “Trump Cards” in 1988 despite the fact they weren’t even referencing his name.

Trump sues a small Indian restaurant for sharing the name of one of his Casinos. That restaurants name? “The Taj Mahal”

Trump sues union when they reveal that Trump doesn’t even stay in his own hotels.

Trump tries to sell the Empire State Building despite not owning it. He then sues the real owner in retaliation.

Author Timothy O’Brien calls Trump a millionaire instead of a billionaire. Trump responds by suing him for $5 billion dollars. O’Brien gets to court and is able to prove Trump had been lying about his net worth and was in reality worth between $150 and $250 million.

Comedian, Bill Maher responds to Trumps demands for Obama to release his birth certificate to prove he was born in America saying Trump should release his to prove his mother had not mated with an orangutan. Trump responds by suing Bill Maher for 5 million dollars.

Later when asked if Trump knew Maher was joking and didn’t actually think Trump was the product of bestiality Trumps responds with “I don’t think he was joking. He said it with venom.”
(I just want everyone reading this to take a moment and wonder how people would react if Hillary tried to take away a comedians free speech and make them pay her millions over making a joke about her)

Trump sues employee for quitting.

Trump threatens to sue artist after his supporters find where she lives, stalks and attacks her because she made a painting of him with a small penis.

News outlet threatened with lawsuit over writing story about Trumps hair plugs.

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[Trip Report] One week, three Brits.

We just spent a week in Vegas split between two hits and three hotels.
This is my 6th time in Vegas, my fiancé’s 3rd time, and my friend’s 2nd time. We love the city. It is the only place like it on Earth. I love it, but this massive adult theme-park needs to be treated with respect and best approached with experience. So, I hope this report will help others.
We were here last year, and although we had an amazing time, we did make some mistakes. This year’s trip was refined to near perfection.
Flights (UK to Vegas).
We’re from the UK. We flew direct with Virgin Atlantic. As far as I know VA are the only airline that flies direct from UK to Vegas. We used 80,000 airmiles to upgrade to Premium seats. When you’re sat on your arse for 11 and a half hours, the extra comfort, space, and legroom are well worth it. It also means the actual cost for the flight was super low compared to booking Premium seats without miles (£400 compared to around £1500).
As it's a 747, I would recommend getting seats on the upper deck. As it is the top bulge of the plane, it only holds around 70 passengers. It feels exclusive, with faster service from the staff, shorter lines for the bathroom, and far less chance a child or baby will be sat near you.
Something I didn’t take into account last time was the effect of jet lag. We paid for it. With the West Coast being 8 hours behind the UK, we tried a different tactic this time around. As soon as asses touched seats on the plane, we adjusted clocks to Vegas time. We respected the need to sleep by front-loading the flight with lots of booze and soon got our heads down. With those few hours of sleep, we were much better adjusted when we landed.
Immigration into the US can be a pain, but here’s a tip; if you’ve travelled to the US before with the same ESTA, you can use the automated passport scanners and skip the massive line.
We’re foodies. We’ve traveled the world and eaten at many Michelin Star restaurants. It’s our thing. It’s our passion. We had high hopes for Vegas food last year, but we came to the quick realisation Vegas can’t do quality. It's not surprising. The sheer volume of people that pound the strip means restaurants don’t really need to try to turn a profit. As I said above, Vegas is a theme-park. It supplies the fake and gaudy like no other, but on the flip side it can’t really do genuine or authentic. Last year we had to pay truly spectacular amounts of money before we got a properly impressive meal at é by José Andrés in the Cosmo. I can’t afford to do that again. So, this year we did things differently. We embraced the brash, the massive, and the crappy and ate like the locals.
Vacations are my opportunity to live large. I look forward to them all year, and save for them with the intention to experience things way beyond my normal life. I want luxury. I want finery. I want to be treated like a rockstar, because these things just don’t exist in my day to day life. I spent a lot on this holiday, but that’s because I saved for it and budgeted hard for it. If you’re doing Vegas, then you have to do it right!
Hotel 1: The Vdara.
After the flight and immigration we got a cab to our first hotel; the Vdara. What a brilliant hotel. It doesn’t have a casino attached, so is less Vegas and less insane than many strip hotels, but I’ve been there and done that - so this was a beautiful, calm hotel for the start of our trip.
We went for a Lake View Suite. Sounds fancy, and it was, but so much cheaper than an equivalent at one of the other big hotels. The room was massive, and modern. It also had a microwave and food preparation area with fridge separate to the mini bar.
The Vdara also has a nifty room service robot that can deliver snacks and drinks to you autonomously. It is a novelty now, but it worked well and I can see it being rolled out to other hotels soon.
As for location, the Vdara is right behind the Aria and the Bellagio. There’s a sneaky walkway to the Bellagio, or a short walk across the valet to the Aria. From either of these hotels you are straight onto the strip.
Day 1.
First port of call was a walk down the strip to In-n-Out burger next to the High Roller. We don’t have In-n-Out in the UK so its a real treat.
We walked the strip until well after dark, visiting Caesars, the Bellagio for coffee, and finally back to the Vice Versa bar at the Vdara. It is a quiet lobby bar with a calm outside section. We had a few drinks there and then off to bed.
Day 2.
Breakfast at Eggslut at the Cosmo. Expensive, but very tasty. Get the cookie. I has just the right amount of gooey inside and salt crust to make the perfect pud.
Back to the Vdara for a workout at their OK gym and then relaxing at the pool. They do a bag check, but we just had water and coke so let us in. I think they were looking for booze.
After our fill of the sun (still 30o C + in October) we made our way back to the Cosmo for a late lunch at Block 16. This is their new “street food” area with an excellent selection. We went for the sushi rolls at Tekka. Really good, and bigger than expected. They also have Asahi on draft. Again, a little expensive for the type of food but nice.
Hopped in a taxi for a walk around the canals at the Venetian, then over the the Wynn for drinks at Parasol Down. We like drinking outside, and it was really relaxing sipping cocktails by the waterfall. I had a crab cheesy dip thing with breads that was surprisingly tasty.
We headed back to the Vdara to get ready for our evening at the Luxor. It started with drinks at an Irish bar I forget the name of. It actually had genuine Irish staff and live music, so the fakery was better than most. A few pints later we went to see the Blue Man Group. Hilarious and a lot of fun. Well recommended.
After BMG we wandered to the Mandalay looking for food, but their restaurants were all taken over by a massive convention. We hopped into a cab and made our way back to the Cosmo to Beauty and Essex for food. The restaurant was very cool. You enter through a secret door in a cheesy gift shop. You’re then lead to a dimly lit, intimate table by a pretty server lady. Food was only OK, but definitely not up to scratch for the price. However, the atmosphere was amazing.
Day 3.
Breakfast was a 15 inch pizza slice from Pin Up Pizza at Planet Hollywood. Horrible, greasy pizza, but the novelty was fun. We checked out and picked up our car from our Turo host, a Tesla Model X for the next leg of our trip; a week in San Diego. Amazing city. Go.
Vegas Day 4.
Hotel 2: The SLS.
It was fight night. Hotels were stupidly expensive because of McGregor vs Khabib, so we stayed for one cheap night at the SLS. When we booked it it was still the W, but the SLS since took it over. The room was a Fabulous King, but I’m not sure that name is relevant anymore. Anyway, the hotel is still in a state of flux. The W side was dead. The bar was closed and the few remaining staff seemed to just be milling around. It was odd.
The room was spacious, and had an interesting theme, but seemed a little empty given its square footage. It did have a mirror above the bed, though. Very Vegas. After the long drive from SD, we freshened up and got dinner at Bazaar Meats by José Andrés. This was my favorite meal in Vegas. José Andrés can actually be counted on for a great theme and good food. It wasn’t quite good enough for the price, but it was closer than any other restaurant we visited on this trip.
The atmosphere and decor were incredible. A massive industrial fire pit grilling many meats greets you as you enter. The entire room is bordered by the various kitchens and preparation areas, and produce is proudly on show. There were some freakishly huge vegetables and a vast array of meat slabs all around. Of all the Vegas restaurants I’ve visited, the theming here was on point.
After dinner, we stayed at the SLS for drinks around the casino watching the fight in the sports bar.
Vegas Day 5.
Hotel 3: The Cosmopolitan.
We checked out of the SLS quickly, glad to be away from its strangeness. As if to confirm our ikky intuition, we passed a crime scene investigation outside, little orange cones all over indicating spent bullet casings. Welcome to America, motherfucker!
We headed to our next and final hotel - the Cosmo. What an incredible place. By far and away my fave hotel on the Stip. In addition to the hotels this trip, I’ve stayed at the Stratosphere, Luxor, Aria, and Bellagio. This was better than them all.
Even though it was around midday when we hit the check in desk, the concierge sorted us out with a room upgrade to an immediately available room. With three of us sleeping in one room, he wanted to ensure we were comfortable, so booked us into an unlisted suite with two bathrooms, a japanese soaking tub, and a massive balcony on the 55th floor overlooking the Bellagio fountains and the strip.
That view was breathtaking, and the room was stunning. Only one minor issue - we found a diaper behind the sofa that housekeeping had missed from the last guest. We complained to the front desk and they sorted it with a $75 credit and resort fees refunded. Score!
Lunch was at Secret Pizza. A good slice. Be aware they have more slices available than is on display.
We went to Walmart to pick up booze and snacks. And a kettle. I’m English. I need my tea. Vegas hotels don’t have tea and coffee making facilities in the room, so a $15 kettle and some tea was a must. For the cost of three drinks at Starbucks, this is a good move for us Brits. The Cosmo room also had a little bar with additional fridge to the mini bar, so we packed that bitch with booze, mixers and fruit.
After Walmart we picked our friend up at the airport and got her showered and dressed ready for dinner. A few drinks at the Chandelier bar in the Cosmo, then over to Jaleo by José Andrés. I’m sure you’re seeing a theme with our booked restaurant choices, but José is consistently good. Jaleo was no exception. The paella was a touch disappointing this time, but the other dishes were amazing.
We drank a bit too much sangria, so kept the party going with drinks in Beauty and Essex. It may be a restaurant, but the little bar area also has seating for drinkers to watch the patrons come and go (and the pretty front of house ladies). It proved a great spot to people watch and enjoy their amazing cocktails.
After too many drinks, we retired to the room and enjoyed the view with more drinks and snacks on the balcony. That experience was priceless. The twinkling view of the Vegas madness far below our own intimate little party felt very special. We got pretty messy loving that very special moment, and eventually found the bed. After all, our friend had been up for nearly 35 hours. Hardcore!
Day 6.
To work off the punishment to our livers the night before, we hit the Cosmo gym. It is OK, and actually has a good number of heavy dumbbells. Many hotel gyms I’ve been to stop at around 60lbs but the Cosmo went way up to 100lbs weights. There were only two benches though, so I can see it being a problem when busy.
We got brunch at Lardo in the Cosmo Block 16 street food thingy. Great food, but three sandwiches, a coke, and one fries cost nearly $75! Fucking ridiculous. Street food prices these are not.
After nursing my abused credit card, we headed to The Range 702. We’d booked the Triple Threat package where you get to pick three guns of your choice with 25 rounds each. I shot a Colt, a P90 and an M4. The girls both opted for two handguns and an AK47. The automatic rifles were quite an experience. Loud and violent.
I have shot at The Strip Gun Club before and they were very attentive and let us take our time. Our shooting at 702 felt a little rushed in comparison. They have you shoot all your guns back to back, so for the girls especially they were a little beaten up after their sessions. It would be better to alternate shooters with each gun to give the wrists a rest, but hey, it was a noisy, blasty, shooty good time anyway.
After the blasting we went back to the Cosmo to get ready for our evening. This is where we again paid for wanting to wing it and not book too many things. All dressed up, we headed to the Bellagio because we wanted some drinks at Hyde to watch the fountains as the sun went down. It was booked out by a conference party. So we went to try at Spago. Same story. Booked out by conference weenies. We tried back at the Cosmo at the Chinese Mexican called China Poblano, but again the same fucking story! Booked out by conference weenies.
We said fuck it, went to the room, threw on our shorts and sneakers, and hit the strip for a dirty night. We walked the craziness with slushy margaritas and ended up at In-n-Out again. We had a burger and then went on a drunk hunt for pudding.
Ok. Let me make one thing clear. If you cover a cupcake or doughnut or cookie in enough frosting to choke a donkey, then it will just taste like frosting. And it seems like that’s all you can get at the quick and easy places on the Strip. Our failed pud-hunt brought us to Caesars. I remembered the Gordon Ramsey restaurant did a sticky toffee pudding. Somehow we got seating for three, even though we looked like we’d just been kicked out of a pool party.
I say somehow, but when we entered we could see why.
Gordon Ramsay’s Pub and Grill is the perfect metaphor for Vegas. I’ve eaten at two of Gordon's Michelin starred restaurants in London and one that didn’t have a star. They are all exquisite. Decor, food, service and the general experience all live up to his reputation for perfection. London is possibly the best place on earth for fine food. Gordon has to be on top of his game to make it there. And he does. Vegas he does not. Vegas is about churning out vaguely thematically relevant crap to the clueless for huge profit. Gordon’s Pub and Grill is hilarious. The theme is old English pub in the middle of a Roman themed casino. With TVs. Lots of TVs. It’s as if someone described a pub down the phone to the designer it’s that bad.
We had the corned beef poutine (not an English pub dish) and and the sticky toffee pudding (better). The poutine was terrible. Just fries with pastrami meat (not corned beef) and bad cheese. There was hardly any gravy. The pud was good though, but maybe that was because of a few sunk pints. It hit the spot and the size of it caused comment from the table beside us (who were eating burgers - sigh).
Anyway, after done there, back to the room for more balcony drinks and that view.
Day 7.
A quiet one today. Using the room credit we got a daybed at the Cosmo pool. The cabana bed thing is a $200 minimum spend. The $200 lasted us all day. We managed to eat well, with breakfast, other nibbles, and a few drinks reaching $200.
The pool is gorgeous and the attendants were very attentive (hence the name, I suppose).
By the time we’d spent our credit, it was nearly dinner o’clock.
Dressed up pretty, we headed to New York New York and got Shake Shack burgers. Tasty. Not quite In-n-Out good, but still better than anything in the UK. We played some giant jenga with some random people at one of the outside bars, then went to the Zumanity show.
Zumanity was great fun. Very naughty, funny, and the acrobatics were impressive. Well recommended. The boobies on show and the sexy theme got us ready for our next stop - the Palomino Strip Club.
My fiance and I had been to the Palomino the year before and we loved it. It is the only club in Vegas that does full nude and booze so it is a no-brainer to be number 1. Our friend had never been to strip club before, so that night was a special treat. We got a bottle service table at the runway with champagne and a stack of ones. It was spectacular pervy fun drinking, watching the girls, and chatting with them as they visited our table. We all got a few sofa dances and had a brilliant night. The girls were super attentive, really looked after my friend as it was her first time, and made us feel very special.
We got a drunk burger at In-n-Out (our last - I promise) and somehow made it back to the room alive
Day 8.
Our last full day. After the craziness of the night before, we slept in.
Brunch was at Mon Ami Gabi. Much like Gordon’s Pub, this place was a hilarious parody of a Parisian café. It was nice to sit outside and watch the Strip go by as I munched my lunch, but the food was pretty bad for the price.
After brunch we walked up the Strip past the Mirage and then over to the Venetian. The girls did some hard-core shopping while I made stupid comments, made their lives difficult, and generally didn’t help. I don’t like shopping, OK. Because I’m a child, they soon gave up. Back to the room for our last bookings of the trip. Yay.
After getting pretty, we hit the Skybar at the Waldorf Astoria (previously the Mandarin Oriental). Gorgeous views and really tasty cocktails.
We hit up Lemongrass for dinner without a booking because the Aria was next to the Waldorf. We ordered way too much food, so got most of it boxed up. We dumped it at the room, and then grabbed a cab to the Wynn for our last big destination.
We were on the guest list to see Afrojack at Intrigue. Great club. The line wasn’t too bad. About 30 minutes as they checked on everyone. My friend had a bit of an issue with her ID as it is an English driver's license, but she found a picture of her passport on her phone to confirm it was her. The girls both got two free drink vouchers and I got one (am I not pretty enough?).
The club was just my thing. It was not massive, but still big. The large outside area around the fire fountains and the waterfall was perfect to escape the heat and craziness of the dance-floor. We stayed for far too long given we had a 9 hour flight to catch the next day, but it was worth it. An amazing last night in an amazing city. Of course when we got back in we ate the rest of the Chinese food on the balcony.
Day 9.
One last (expensive-ass) Eggslut, and we were on our way home.
Thank you Vegas.
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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.
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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+
Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra Cugat Cavalcade $3.59 VG+ VG+
Yma Sumac Legend Of The Sun Virgin $3.58 G+ G+
Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Inca Taqui $2.68 G+ VG
Z.Z. Hill Bluesmaster $3.59 VG VG+
Zoot Sims And Jimmy Rowles Warm Tenor $6.29 VG F
Zoot Sims Plus Joe Pass Blues For 2 $3.59 VG VG
ZZ Top El Loco $5.39 VG+ VG​
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