We have a large collection of jazz 78’s from a deceased estate for sale through Mabu Vinyl.
This collector bought a few hundred of these records between the late 1920’s and World War 2, mostly jazz.
Musicians/bands include, amongst others, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Red Nichols, Paul Whiteman, Fletcher Henderson, the Boswell Sisters, Ted Lewis, Benny Goodman, the Dorseys, Artie Shaw, Fats Waller, Stephane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt, Joe Venuti, the Andrews Sisters and Chick Webb.
These, the core of the collection, are American.
There is also a British dance/jazz band collection, chiefly the bands of Ambrose, Jack Hylton and Nat Gonella, and a brass/military band collection, featuring mainly the great cornet soloist Jack Mackintosh.
I have picked up some very interesting Blues and Jazz LP’s as well as some very nice rock and South African stuff.
To give you an idea of some of the new titles that will be at Mabu on the Hatfield Market on Sunday, here is a short list:
Miles Davis – Seven Steps to Heaven
Miles Davis – Sketches of Spain
Phil Woods – Altology
Eddie Harris – Silver Circles
Mezzoforte – Surprise Surprise
Trevor Nasser – Trevor Nasser
JR Walker – Whopper Bopper Show Stopper
Milt Jackson – Statements
Eric Dolphy – Eric Dolphy
Cannonball Adderley – The Black Messiah Part 2
Michael Franks – The Camera Never Lies
Fausto Papetti – Cinema Anni ’70
Fausto Papetti – No Stop
Stephan Grappelli – Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall
Dixie Dregs – What If
Jackson Brown- Tale for The Sky/For Everyman
Mariah Carey – Mariah Carey
BB King – Volume 2
Bobby Bland – Sunday Blues
Muddy Waters – “UNK” In Funk
Barry Goldberg Blues Band – Blowing My Mind
Billy Preston – Music is my Life
XIT – Plight Of the Redman
Rick Grech – The Last Five Years
Carol Grimes – Carol Grimes
Dr Hook – Pleasure and Pain
Dr Hook – Rising
Steely Dan – Aja
Steve Earle – Copperhead Road
Alice Cooper – Trash
David Bowie – The Best Of
Uriah Heep – Demons and Wizards
The Doors – The Best of
Des Lindberg – Live
Des Lindberg & Dawn Silver – Folk on Trek
David Kramer – Hanepoort
Little Sister – More Than Meets the Eye
These are some of the new LP titles in stock and there are many other new LP and CD titles as well, so, see you early on Sunday morning, and if it rains, just do some “Singing in the Rain”….
082 5568 321
Mabu Vinyl Pretoria
A customer suggested that we re-name our shop ‘Mabu Vaginyl’, because it is situated between the two Labias….!
For all our international readers, this is yet another in the long-running series of Cape Town jokes that makes reference to the two well-known independent cinemas that are situated a block or two apart in the suburb of Gardens in Cape Town.
To walk from one to the other, one has to walk along Rheede Street, which is where you will find Mabu.
The cinemas were named after the Italian Countess Labia who owned the building and donated it to the arts, or something like that….
The best known joke in this series is “What do you call the pink thing that is found at the top of the labia?”, and the answer is…drum roll…drrrrrr…The Mount Nelson.
Mabu Vinyl, on behalf of Mighty, Landi, Rafi, Chris, Jacques and Stephen, wishes all its customers, friends, readers, shoplifters, bergie suppliers, iFix customers, hawkers, browsers, DJ’s, and everyone who is a part of our little musical world in Rheede Street, a happy, healthy, and music-filled 2010!
Zoopy filmed an insert at Mabu Vinyl where SA celebs wish Zoopy users happy holidays!