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Buying and Selling Jazz CDs, Jazz Records and DVDs

We buy and sell Jazz CDs, records and DVDs, as well as more movies and music. Founded in 1980, Princeton Record Exchange is a large independent movie and music store located in historic, downtown Princeton, New Jersey, about one hour from New York City and Philadelphia, easily accessible by car, train and bus. Princeton Record Exchange buys thousands of music and movie collections. We are always looking to expand our large selection of Jazz music and other types of DVDs, CDs, LPs, and games.

Browse through over 60,000 CDs, 60,000 LPs and 10,000 DVDs, including many Jazz music CDs, DVDs and Records, at our New Jersey store. We do not currently list our inventory or sell online because our selection changes daily.

How to sell your Jazz music!

We are always trying to add to our inventory of used CDs, LPs, and DVDs. We are happy to offer you a free appraisal for your merchandise.

We buy online and in our Princeton, NJ store.

Listed below are some of the Jazz artists and labels we are looking for.

As with everything we buy, there are three ways to get an appraisal for your merchandise:

  1. Call us at 609-924-3472 to discuss your collection with an appraiser, or
  2. Bring your collection to our Princeton, NJ store, or
  3. Describe your collection online at our Sell Your CDs, Sell Your Records, or Sell Your DVDs questionnaire pages.

For large collections we recommend that you give us a call before listing all your items or visiting us-we might be able to save you a lot of time!

Selling your Jazz CDs

When you Sell CDs to us, we pay up to $3 for strong selling full-length CDs in excellent condition (more for certain rarities). However, there are many titles that we may only offer 10 cents to 50 cents for; due to oversupply, lesser demand and/or poorer condition quality. There are some titles that we cannot use at all. Prices are subject to change over time. There are some titles that we are not able to buy at all.

To get top-dollar, the CDs must be in excellent shape; no scratches on the discs, cracks in the cases, or rips in the liner notes.

Selling your Jazz Records

We typically pay up to $1.00 or more for many Jazz LPs. However, we are always looking for sought-after titles, and there are some rarities that we pay much more for. On the other hand, there are many LPs that we can not use at all because they are scratched, weak-sellers, or we have too many of them. We base our offer on what we expect to resell the item for and its condition. LPs that are scratched, scuffed, or moldy will get only a fraction of our top prices.

There are too many details relating to the LP market to list on this page. For more specific info, please see our selling LPs info page, or call us at 609-924-3472 to discuss your collection.

While we buy many CD and DVD collections through the mail, most LP collections that we buy come from customers that live within 2-3 hours from Princeton, NJ. You are welcome to fill out our sell records questionnaire or call us to discuss your collection, but please be aware that most records do not have a high enough value to make shipping worth while. It is generally best to bring them to our Princeton, NJ store, but we do recommend that you speak with one of our appraisers first, or see LP genres of interest to us and LPs we have little interest in to make sure we don't waste your time.

Selling your Jazz DVDs 

We pay up to $3 per disc for many full-length Jazz DVDs-less for DVD singles. As with CDs, when selling DVDs, the discs, liner notes and cases must be in excellent condition to get full price.

Some Jazz Music Artists and Labels We Buy and Sell

This is only a partial listing of Jazz CDs, Jazz Records and DVDs. We buy and sell many, many others.

Jazz CDs

Jazz Records

Jazz A:
Pepper Adams
Cannonball Adderly
Louis Armstrong
Albert Ayler

Jazz B:
Count Basie
Art Blakey
Bob Brookmeyer
Clifford Brown
Dave Brubeck
Donald Byrd

Jazz C:
Benny Carter
Paul Chambers
Ray Charles
June Christy
Ornette Coleman
John Coltrane
Chris Conner

Jazz D:
Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis
Miles Davis
Wild Bill Davis
Blossom Dearie
Buddy De Franco
Eric Dolphy
Lou Donaldson
Kenny Drew

Jazz E:
Harry “Sweets” Edison
Roy Eldrige
Bill Evans

Jazz F:
Tal Farlow
Art Farmer
Ella Fitzgerald
Bela Fleck
Bill Frisell

Jazz G:
Red Garland
Stan Getz pre 1966
Dizzie Gillespie
Jimmy Giuffre
Benny Golson
Dexter Gordon
Grant Green
Johnny Griffin

Jazz H:
L. Hampton pre 1960
H. Hancock Blue Note
Barry Harris
Johnny Hartman
Coleman Hawkins
Andrew Hill
Johnny Hodges
Billie Holiday originals

Jazz J:
Milt Jackson
Willis Jackson
Illinois Jacquet
Jazz Crusaders
J.J. Johnson
Etta Jones

Jazz K:
Beverly Kenney
Stan Kenton Capitol
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Lee Konitz
Diana Krall
Gene Krupa

Jazz L:
Yusef Lateef pre 1965
Julie London

Jazz M:
Machito
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Medeski Martin and Wood
John McLaughlin
Jackie McLean
Carmen McRae
Pat Metheny
Charles Mingus
Blue Mitchell
Hank Mobley
Modern Jazz Quartet
Thelonius Monk
Wes Montgomery
James Moody
Lee Morgan
Jelly Roll Morton
Gerry Mulligan

Jazz N:
David “Fathead” Newman
Red Norvo

Jazz O:
Anita O’Day

Jazz P:
Charlie Parker
Duke Pearson
Art Pepper pre 1970
Oscar Peterson
Bud Powell
Louis Prima

Jazz Q:
Paul Quinchette

Jazz R:
Django Reinhardt
Freddie Roach
Max Roach
Sonny Rollins
Jimmy Rushing

Jazz S:
Pharoah Sanders
Impulse
Mongo Santamaria
Shirley Scott
Bud Shank
Wayne Shorter
Horace Silver
Zoot Sims pre 1965
Frank Sinatra
Jimmy Smith
Johnny Smith
Soullive
Jeri Southern
St. Germain
Sonny Stitt pre 1970
Sun Ra

Jazz T:
Art Tatum
Jack Teagarden
Mel Tormé
McCoy Tyner

Jazz V:
Sarah Vaughan
Charlie Ventura

Jazz W:
Dinah Washington
Ben Webster
Joe Williams

Jazz Y:
Lester Young

Jazz A:
Pepper Adams: Workshop Jazz Records & more
Cannonball Adderly: Pacific Jazz Records & more
Toshiko Akiyoshi: Candid, Norgran, Storyville, Verve
Monty Alexander: Pacific Jazz Records
Mose Allison: Prestige Records, Atlantic
Albert Amazon: and Meade Lux Lewis Mosaic Records & more
Gene Ammons: especially early Prestige Records
Curtis Amy: Pacific Jazz Records & more
Louis Armstrong
Dorothy Ashby
Albert Ayler

Jazz B:
Dave Bailey
Chet Baker: Mosaic Records, Pacific Jazz Records, & more
Count Basie: MFSL, Mosaic Records
Sidney Bechet: 10", Storyville, Blue Note Records, Pacific Jazz Records & more
Louis Bellson
Max Bennett: Bethlehem Records
Bill Berry: “For Duke”
Walter Bishop Jr.
Art Blakey: Mosaic Records especially early Blue Note Records
Ruby Braff
Paul Bley
Bob Brookmeyer: Pacific Jazz Records & more
Tina Brooks: Mosaic Records, Blue Note Records
Clifford Brown: Mosaic Records, Pacific Jazz Records & more
Lawrence Brown
Pete Brown
Ray Brown
Ray Bryant
Dave Brubeck: Fantasy
Kenny Burrell: Blue Note Records, Columbia, New Jazz Records, Moodsville, Prestige Records
Jaki Byard
Donald Byrd: especially early Blue Note Records
Don Byas: 10"

Jazz C:
Conte Condoli: Atlantic, Mode, Bethlehem Records
Barbara Carroll: Livingston, RCA, Sesac, Verve
Benny Carter
Betty Carter: Epic, Peacock, UA, Atco
Al Casey
Serge Chaloff: Mosaic Records, 10", Capital, and more
Paul Chambers: especially early Blue Note Records
Ray Charles: 50's and 60's
Teddy Charles: especially Prestige Records
Don Cherry: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, & more
Charley Christian Esoteric
June Christy
Sonny Clark: Blue Note Records, Time
Kenny Clarke: Blue Note Records, Savoy
Buck Clayton: Riverside Records, Early Columbia, Mosaic Records & more
Arnett Cobb: especially Prestige Records
Al Cohn: 10", Dawn, Fred Miles, RCA, Prestige Records
Nat King Cole: Trio Mosaic Records, Aladdin, Score
Ornette Coleman
Buddy Collette
John Coltrane: Prestige Records, Impulse, Atlantic, Blue Note Records & more
Commodore: Jazz Recordings Mosaic Records
Eddie Condon: Mosaic Records & More
Chris Conner
Curtis Counce
Sonny Criss: Peacock, Emperial, Prestige Records
Crusaders: Pacific Jazz Records

Jazz D:
Tadd Dameron: especially Prestige Records
Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis: especially Prestige Records
Miles Davis: most monos on Blue Note Records, Prestige Records & Columbia $5 & up, Mosaic Records: $6 or more per disc.
Walter Davis Jr: especially Blue Note Records
Wild Bill Davis
Blossom Dearie
Buddy De Franco: Mosaic Records & more
Paul Desmond
Vic Dickinson: Storyville, Vanguard
Walt Dickerson
Eric Dolphy
Lou Donaldson: especially Blue Note Records
Kenny Dorham: Blue Note Records, Pacific Jazz Records, Riverside Records & more
Kenny Drew: especially Blue Note Records, and Riverside Records

Jazz E:
Harry “Sweets” Edison: Pacific Jazz Records & more
Roy Eldridge
Teddy Edwards: Pacific Jazz Records, Contemporary Records
Don Ellis: Pacific Jazz Records
Herb Ellis: Norgran, Verve
Duke Ellington: Mosaic Records & MFSL
Booker Ervin: Prestige Records, Pacific Jazz Records & more
Bill Evans: especially Riverside Records, Mosaic Records, & more
Gil Evans

Jazz F:
Art Farmer: especially Prestige Records
Tal Farlow
Victor Feldman
Clare Fischer: Pacific Jazz Records & more
Ella Fitzgerald
Tommy Flanagan: especially Prestige Records
Jimmy Forrest: Prestige Records & New Jazz Records
Frank Foster: Blue Note Records and Prestige Records
Russ Freeman
Don Friedman
Tony Fruscella
Curtis Fuller: especially Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, Mosaic Records, New Jazz Records, & more

Jazz G:
Red Garland: especially Prestige Records
Erroll Garner: Blue Note Records, Dial
Herb Geller
Stan Getz: Mosaic Records, MFSL, New Jazz Records, Verve Records, Prestige Records, & more
Astrud Gilberto
Dizzie Gillespie
Jimmy Giuffre
Benny Golson: New Jazz Records & more
Paul Gonslaves
Babs Gonzales
Bob Gordon
Dexter Gordon
Joe Gordon
Wardell Gray: especially 10" LPs and Prestige Records
Bennie Green: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, Jazzland, Enrica, Bethlehem Records
Grant Green: especially Blue Note Records
Paula Greer: Workshop Jazz Records & more
Urbie Green: Blue Note Records
Johnny Griffin: Workshop Jazz Records, Blue Note Records & more
Tiny Grimes: especially Prestige Records
Gigi Gryce: Blue Note Records, New Jazz Records, & more

Jazz H:
Bobby Hacket
Al Haig
Jim Hall: Pacific Jazz Records
Lenne Hambro
Chico Hamilton: Sesac, WB, Pacific Jazz Records
Jimmy Hamilton
L. Hampton: pre 1960
Roland Hanna
Herbie Harper
H. Hancock: Blue Note Records & WB
Barry Harris
Bill Harris
Eddie Harris
Johnny Hartman
Hampton Hawes
Coleman Hawkins
Tubby Hayes
Roy Haynes: New Jazz Records, Pacific Jazz Records & more
Jimmy Heath: Riverside Records
Fletcher Henderson
Joe Henderson: especially Blue Note Records
Ernie Henry
Andrew Hill: Mosaic Records, Blue Note Records & more
Jutta Hipp: Blue Note Records
Art Hodes: Mosaic Records
Johnny Hodges: Mosaic Records & Much More
Billie Holiday: orig., MFSL
Bill Holman
Richard "Groove" Holmes: Pacific Jazz Records, Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, & more
Elmo Hope Blue Note Records, Pacific Jazz Records, Riverside Records & more
Freddie Hubbard: Blue Note Records & Impulse
Helen Humes: Contemporary

Jazz J:
Milt Jackson: especially Blue Note Records and Prestige Records
Willis Jackson: Prestige Records & more
Illinois Jacquet: Jazz Crusaders Pacific Jazz Records
John Jenkins: especially Blue Note Records
J.J. Johnson: especially Blue Note Records
Carmel Jones: Pacific Jazz Records & Prestige Records
Elvin Jones: Blue Note Records, Atlantic Records & more
Etta Jones
Jo Jones
Philly Joe Jones
Thad Jones: especially Blue Note Records & Mosaic Records
Thad Jones and Mel Lewis
Clifford Jordan: especially Blue Note Records & Mosaic Records, Solid State Records
Sheila Jordan: Blue Note Records

Jazz K:
Beverly Kenney
Stan Kenton: MFSL, Mosaic Records
Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Lee Konitz: Pacific Jazz Records, Atlantic Records, Verve Records, & more
Gene Krupa

Jazz L:
Steve Lacy: Prestige Records, New Jazz Records, Pacific Jazz Records, Candid Records, and more
Harold Land
Pete La Roca: Blue Note Records
Yusef Lateef: Prestige Records, New Jazz Records, and more
Stan Levy
Lou Levy
George Lewis: Mosaic Records, Blue Note Records
Meade Lux Lewis
Mel Lewis
Abbey Lincoln
Booker Little
Julie London: Liberty
Mundell Lowe
Nellie Lutcher
Johny Lytle

Jazz M:
Teo Macero
Junior Mance
Herbie Mann: Prestige Records, New Jazz Records & More
Shelly Manne: Contemporary Records & more
Lawrence Marable
Dodo Marmarosa
Warne Marsh
Pat Martino: Prestige Records & more
Les McCann: Pacific Jazz Records, Atlantic Records, Lime Light Records & more
Jack McDuff: Prestige Records & more
Howard McGhee
Ken McIntyre: New Jazz Records, United Artists Records
Dave McKenna: pre-1970
Hal McKusick: Prestige Records & more
Jackie McLean: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, Ad Lib, Mosaic Records, New Jazz Records, and more
Jimmy McPartland: pre-1970
Marian McPartland: pre-1970
Lou Mecca: Blue Note Records
Gil Melle: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, 10" LPs, and more
Charles Mingus: Mosaic Records, Atlantic Records, & much more
Blue Mitchell: Blue Note Records, Riverside Records & more
Hank Mobley: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records & more
Thelonius Monk: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, Prestige Records, Riverside Records & more
Wes Montgomery: Pacific Jazz Records, Riverside Records, Verve Records
Jack Montrose: Pacific Jazz Records & more
J.R. Montrose: Blue Note Records, Jaro, Studio 4 & more
James Moody: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, Dial, Argo & more
Lee Morgan: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, & more
Jelly Roll Morton: Riverside Records
Sam Most
Gerry Mulligan: Prestige Records, Blue Note Records, MFSL, Mosaic Records, Pacific Jazz Records, Verve Records & more
Mark Murphy

Jazz N:
Oliver Nelson: New Jazz Records, Impulse Records & more
Phineas Newborn Jr.
David “Fathead” Newman
Joe Newman
Herbie Nichols: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, Bethlehem Records & more
Ken Nordine
Red Norvo

Jazz O:
Anita O’Day
Anthony Ortega
Kid Ory: Verve

Jazz P:
Marty Paich
Charlie Parker: 10" LP, Dial, Savoy, Mercury, Clef, Debut, Verve, Jazz Workshop & more
Leo Parker: Blue Note Records
Horace Parlan: Blue Note Records
John Patton: Blue Note Records
Joe Pass: Pacific Jazz Records
Cecil Payne: Signal & more
Duke Pearson: Blue Note Records
Art Pepper: Mosaic Records, Pacific Jazz Records & more
Bill Perkins
Oscar Peterson: MFSL
Oscar Pettiford
Flip Phillips
Nat Pierce
Dave Pike: Pacific Jazz Records
Pony Poindexter: New Jazz Records, Epic Records
Herb Pomeroy
Bud Powell: Mosaic Records, Blue Note Records, Norgram Records, & more
Mel Powell
Seldon Powell
Prestige Allstars: New Jazz Records, Prestige Records
Prestige Jazz Quartet: Prestige Records
Joe Puma
Bernard Purdie: Prestige Records

Jazz Q:
Ike Quebec: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records
Paul Quinichette: Prestige Records & More

Jazz R:
Jimmy Raney: Prestige Records, New Jazz Records & More
Sonny Red: Blue Note Records & More
Freddie Redd: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, Prestige Records & More
Dizzy Reece: Blue Note Records, New Jazz Records & More
Django Reinhardt: Dial, 10" LP & More
Sam Rivers: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, Impulse & More
Freddie Roach
Max Roach
Red Rodney: Signal & more
Shorty Rogers: Mosaic Records
Sonny Rollins: Prestige Records, Blue Note Records & More
Frank Rosolino
Annie Ross: Prestige Records & More
Charlie Rouse: Blue Note Records & More
Jimmy Rowels
Howard Rumsey
Jimmy Rushing
George Russell
Pee Wee Russell

Jazz S:
Fats Sadi: Blue Note Records
Sal Salvador: Blue Note Records, Bethlehem Records & More
Pharoah Sanders: Impulse
Mongo Santamaria
Shirley Scott: Prestige Records, Impulse Records
Tony Scott
Gil Scott-Heron
Bud Shank: Pacific Jazz Records
Ralph Sharon: Workshop Jazz Records & more
Woody Shaw: Mosaic Records
Wayne Shorter: Blue Note Records & More
Horace Silver: Blue Note Records, pre-1965
Zoot Sims: Prestige Records, Pacific Jazz Records, New Jazz Records, & more
Buster Smith
Jimmy Smith: Blue Note Records, Mosaic Records, & Verve
Johnny Smith
Louis Smith: Blue Note Records
Stuff Smith: Verve
Willie Smith
Hal Singer: Prestige Records
Jeri Southern
Jess Stacy
Hal Stein: Progressive
Sonny Stitt: Prestige Records, Pacific Jazz Records, Roost Records & more
Billy Strayhorn
Sun Ra
Ralph Sutton

Jazz T:
Buddy Tate
Art Tatum
Art Taylor: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, New Jazz Records
Billy Taylor: Prestige Records & More
Cecil Taylor: Buell Neidlinger Mosaic Records
Jack Teagarden: Mosaic Records
Three Sounds
Toots Thielmanns
Mel Tormé: Bethlehem Records
Sir Charles Thompson
Lucky Thompson: Prestige Records, Transition & More
Lenny Tristano
Stanley Turrentine: Blue Note Records
McCoy Tyner: Blue Note Records & more

Jazz V:
George Van Eps
Sarah Vaughan
Al Vega: Prestige Records & More
Charlie Ventura
Leroy Vinnegar

Jazz W:
Mal Waldron: Prestige Records, Bethlehem Records, New Jazz Records & More
T-Bone Walker: Mosaic Records & more
George Wallington: Prestige Records, New Jazz Records, Progressive, East-West, 10" LP, Norgran & More
Walter Wanderley
Dinah Washington
Earl Washington: Workshop Jazz Records, Emarcy, Mercury, Roulette
Dough Watkins: Transition, New Jazz Records
Julius Watkins: Blue Note Records
Chuck Wayne: Prestige Records, Progressive Records & more
Ben Webster
George Wein
Frank Wess: Prestige Records & More
Randy Weston
Gerald Wiggins
Don Wilkerson: Blue Note Records
Joe Williams
Mary Lou Williams: pre-1970
Anthony Williams: Blue Note Records
Claude Williamson
Gerald Wilson: Pacific Jazz Records & more
Jack Wilson: Blue Note Records, Atlantic Records
Teddy Wilson: Prestige Records & more
Lem Winchester: New Jazz Records & More
Phil Woods: Prestige Records, Mosaic Records, New Jazz Records & More
John Wright

Jazz Y:
Jimmy Yancey
Larry Young: Blue Note Records, Prestige Records, & New Jazz Records
Lester Young
Webster Young: Prestige Records

Jazz Z:
Denny Zeitlin

Our interests are not limited to this list alone, there are many more artists of interest to us. If you would like to sell your bebop records and other jazz LPs

Information on Labels of Jazz We Buy:

ATLANTIC - The color of the label: Black label (Most $5 & up),

White, Green, Blue & Green, or Red & Purple (Many $3 & up), Red & Green (Many $1 - $3, especially John Coltrane).

BLUE NOTE - If the catalog number is four digits (example: 1568, as opposed to 81568, a later pressing) , we also need the address written as it appears on both sides of the labels of the record itself. A, B, and C below have 4 digit numbers; D and E have 5 digit numbers. The possible addresses and pressings are as follows:

A) 767 Lexington Avenue (most $40 & up)
B) 47 W. 63rd St. (most $12 & up)
C) New York, USA (most $7 & up)
D) Blue & White label early Liberty pressings (most $3 - $5)
E) Later pressings - most $2 and up

NOTE: The addresses on the Blue Note labels and covers don’t always match. Please list them if different.

COLUMBIA Records: Jazz LPs - A) Note if the label has "6 EYES"; 3 on each side of the label (many modern jazz titles - $3 & up).

B) "2 EYE" Labels say "360 Sound" (many modern jazz records - $2 & up)

EMARCY Records: Jazz LPs - Note if there is a drawing of a Jazz drummer on the label (Many $4 & up).

FANTASY Records: Jazz LPs - 1) Note the color of the label. 2) Note color of vinyl if it is not Black. Colored vinyl titles (Many $5 & up).

IMPULSE Records: LPs - Note if orange label. (Many $3 & up, Coltrane $5 and up). Later pressings (most $2 - $3)

MOSAIC Records - We pay $6 or more per disc for many titles (these jazz records were pressed after 1980).

PRESTIGE Records: LPs - If the label is Yellow, we also need to know whether a N.Y.C. or a N.J. address appears on the label on the record itself.

Yellow Label: N.Y.C. (most $30 & up), N.J. (Most $7 & up), Blue or Purple Label (Most $3 & up)

RIVERSIDE Records: Jazz LPs - Note the color of the label: White (Most $20 & up), Navy Blue (Most $5 & up), Black or Aqua (Most $3 & up), Orpheum (Most $2 & up).

VERVE Records: Jazz LPs - Note if there is a drawing of a Jazz trumpeter on the label. Trumpeter labels (Most $4 & up). Black labels from the 1960’s (Many $2 & up)

MORE LABELS OF INTEREST FOR JAZZ CDs AND JAZZ RECORDS - We pay $5 or more for many titles on the following labels, and $1 to $3 for later pressings.

IMPORTS - We pay $4 and up for most Japanese imports; $5 and up for most Japanese Blue Notes, $4 and up for other import Blue Notes; we pay up to $3.00 for many other imports.

LATE U.S. Pressings/Reissues of Modern Jazz Records (1970 - present). Most of the above labels have late pressings, including Jazz Records with "OJC" prefix (regardless of label color): These more recent pressings do NOT have Deep Grooves. We pay $1 to $2 for most of them.

MOSAIC CDs: We pay $6 or more per disc for many Mosaic CDs.

Labels of Jazz we buy:

  • Atlantic records
  • Argo records
  • Bethlehem records
  • Black Jazz records
  • Blue Note records
  • BYG records
  • Cadet records
  • Candid records
  • Clef records
  • Contemporary records
  • Dawn records
  • Debut records
  • Dial records
  • Emarcy records
  • ESP records
  • Fantasy records
  • Groove Merchant records
  • Horo records
  • Impulse records
  • Interlude records
  • Jaro records
  • Jazzland records
  • Jazztime records
  • Jazztone records
  • Mainstream records
  • Mercury records
  • Mode records
  • Mosaic records
  • MPS records
  • New Jazz records
  • Norgran records
  • OJC records
  • Pacific Jazz records
  • Perception records
  • Prestige records
  • Progressive records
  • Realm records
  • Riverside records
  • Roost records
  • Saturn records
  • Savoy records (fire engine red label)
  • Signal records
  • Status records
  • Storyville records
  • Swingville records
  • Tampa records
  • Transition records
  • United Artists Jazz records
  • Vee Jay records
  • Verve records
  • World Pacific records

Please note: The prices we pay for specific artists, titles or labels are subject to change without notice due to supply, demand or other market conditions.

Buying Jazz CDs, Records and DVDs at our New Jersey store

Please Note: We do not currently list our inventory or sell online because our selection changes greatly from day to day. We hope to see you in our unique music store.

Browse through thousands of Jazz CDs, including Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dizzie Gillespie and many more. Prices range mostly from $1.99 to $8.99 for used discs, and $4.99 to $16.99 for most new discs.

We stock over 20,000 CDs priced from $1.99 to $4.99, including many Jazz CDs priced under $5 each, including titles reduced in price that have not sold for a number of months, budget labels or more obscure Jazz CDs.

We stock thousands of Jazz records including: and many more Jazz albums. Most of our Jazz LPs are priced under $10 each, with many priced at $1 and $1.99.

Our selection changes daily as we buy private collections, as well as receive orders from our music distributors.

Thank you for your interest in our independent music store. If you have any questions, please call us at 609-921-0881 or email us at info@prex.com.

Some of the Genres We Carry

 

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