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Vinyl: Tommy Dorsey And His Orig. Orchestra Vinyl LP Rare 1st US Pressing CX-234

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29 Feb 2020
18 Jul 2019
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Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra
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Tommy Dorsey And His Orig. Orchestra Vinyl LP Rare 1st US Pressing CX-234


Coronet Records ‎– CX-234
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Big Band

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Please read listing in full, see photos for track list.


A1 I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
A2 Marie
A3 Song Of India
A4 My Friend The Ghost
A5 Sugar Plum Dance
B1 Fire Dance
B2 Dance Hour
B3 Sand Dance
B4 Rings On My Fingers
B5 Norwegian Dance

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Year: Unknown

Country: US

Condition (Sleeve/Disc)
: EX+/NM
See below for grading definitions


The sleeve has minimal wear, no rips or splits. It does have shelving wear consistent with age. Please zoom in and have a good look at the photos.

The record is very clean to near mint, fantastic condition nothing more than the odd few light insignificant marks with some wear around the edges of the outer sleeve. Clearly only had a couple of extremely careful plays.


Please note that all of our records are visually graded under strong light, unless otherwise stated. Please feel free to request a play grade which we will happily provide.

Mint (M):

We only grade as mint where the record is brand new and sealed with no visible damage to the sleeve.

Near Mint (NM):

Sleeve: Will only show very minor signs of storage/handling wear. It may have slight corner bumps/rub, ringwear and maybe very minor creasing. It will have no rips or splits.

Record: We be in a new like condition. Very Clean. It may have very, very minor defects such as no more than a couple of very light wispy hairlines and a couple of spindle trails around the centre holes. Basically a record in NM condition will look like you have just got it back from the record shop or at worse only had a couple of plays.

Excellent (EX):

Sleeve: As NM but the signs of wear will become a little more pronounced. There may be signs of stress at the seams maybe the beginnings of a split. It may have a cut out hole indicating that it was taken out of print. There may be a little graffiti on the sleeve or label.

Record: Will show signs of play but has been well looked after by the previous owner. It may show a few more light marks/scuffs than a NM. These marks won't be deep enough to be felt. There may be the odd click or crackle upon playback. Slight warps are that don't effect the sound are OK.

Very Good (VG):

Sleeve: A VG sleeve will have many of the defects found in a EX but more pronounced. Seam splits may be more obvious or may be taped or show residue. There may be small rips. It may show some age/handling discolouration. Laminate may be bubbled, may be marred with writing.

Record: Wear and defects will be more obvious with marks/scuffs deep enough to feel with a fingernail. Groove wear will be more noticeable. Sound deterioration and surface noise will become more likely especially during quieter passages.

We don't sell records with a lower grade than VG unless it is incredibly rare.