AUTUMN 2018 EDITION

1922-photo Original memphi Five copy


IMPORTANT NEWS!

Vintage Jazz Mart is now available to buy as a readable online and downloadable edition, with all the content of the ‘hard copy’ but in colour and with clickable links to advertisers and auctions. Price is just £5 per issue or even less if you take out a 3-issue online subscription! As a bonus, from issue 181 onwards back numbers will be free! CLICK HERE to check the preview and to buy.


Want to see a sample copy? Got the the Subscribe page and follow the instructions how to get a  copy sent to you.

IMPORTANT! Due to logistical problems delivery of hard copies of VJM to US/Canadian subscribers has been delayed. In view of this the closing date for Auctions has been extended to Midnight, Sunday 2nd December 2018.


Welcome to the Autumn 2018 update of VJM’s website! Trevor Benwell started Vintage Jazz Mart in 1953, which makes us the oldest continually-published jazz and blues magazine in the world!


The latest issue of Vintage Jazz Mart has articles on composer/pianist W. Benton Overstreet, best-remembered for his jazz standard ‘There’ll Be Some Changes Made’ and a study of Victor’s Oakland, California studio/pressing plant, with a highly-detailed listing of the recordings most likely to interest jazz and hot dance music enthusiasts and some great and previously unpublished photos! We’ve reproduced the Overstreet article in full here, but you’ll need to subscribe to read the whole of the Victor in Oakland article!

As you’ll see on our Auction link page we’ve another bumper offering of mouthwatering Jazz and Blues 78s including items from some legendary collections! Amazingly, there are even more in the hard copy and online editions of VJM -  not all the auction listings are available on the VJM website - to see the others you’ll have to subscribe to the magazine - it’s great value and you can get your subscription HERE

Our proven track record of problem-free transactions forged over 60 years, together with unbeatable value advertising rates (that’s a fact - no fat cat shareholders or dotcom billionaires to pay dividends to here!) means we regularly offer the finest selection of records to be found anywhere.

We've all the regular  features, including our legendary CD and Book reviews, Ate van Delden's 'Discographical Ramblings' page and other articles not available here - you really don't know what you're missing if you don't subscribe. The world’s leading Jazz and Blues 78 and LP collectors subscribe to VJM - ask them why!


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