What 10" record are you spinning?

I love big 10" records - they are the quirky by-product of days gone past but are an awesomely perfect size and length. So what 10" record are you spinning?

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Sonny Stitt & Bud Powell

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Gerry Mulligan Quartet

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As I stated on another thread I would do, I found and bought a WB Records 1983 10" vinyl copy of Rickie Lee Jones’ Girl at Her Volcano. In near mint condition (thank you Acoustic Sounds!). That was a week and a half ago. It is the sonic wonder I remember it being from a CD transfer and more.

It is an artistic knockout as well. I had been looking for this original WB 10" record in excellent condition from a reputable source for some time. It is on my desert island list if ever I’m going to be stranded on a desert island.

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Oh wow - I didn’t even know that existed. Awesome find

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Miles Davis - Ascenseur Pour L’Échafaud

I have a couple of the ones in @jazznut 's collection, including this one.

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Barney Wilen - Un TĂ©moin Dans La Vill

… and this one

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oooh - nice

I thought I had 2 contributions to add but realized one is a 7” boxed set.

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whats 3" when it comes to cool records

Radiohead - Kid A 10" version

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Charlie Parker - Charlie Parker

From the Charlie Parker 10" Mercury/Clef boxset

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Umm, maybe a bit lowbrow compared to the preceding posts, but it is an original 1953 pressing in NM condition - and damn funny too.

-Tom

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low-brow welcomed here as high-brow!

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An old Pathé ten inch.
No idea where it came from, nice choon though :slight_smile:

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The favorite that I have:

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The Waterboys - This is the Sea Fast version with Tom Verlaine

Ten inch single from Record Store Day

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