We Buy Old Jazz Vinyl Records in Ohio, Florida, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and East Coast!


Sell Your Vinyl Jazz Records. Cash For Records is excited you have a Jazz vinyl record collection you want to sell! Cash For Records buys Jazz 33s, 45s and 78s, Blue Notes and pays cash money on the spot. Cash For Records is a professional record buyer of vinyl album collections, with more than 20 years experience. Looking for who buys vinyl records near me? Cash For Records comes to you. No hauling boxes of vinyl albums down to the record store.

So,let's get started!

First call Paul at Cash For Records. He'll guide you through the process of how to sell your vinyl records, and set up an appointment with you. We will travel throughout Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Georgia and adjoining states. We love to meet collectors in Cleveland, Erie, Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Toledo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Jacksonville and everywhere in between. You can also find more tips here that will help you turn those old records into cash!

Jazz is a music genre that started from African American communities in New Orleans. It was influenced heavily by ragtime and blue notes. It uses improvisation, polyrhythms, sncopation and the swing note. Although Jazz had its beginnings in the African American culture, many other cultures have contributed their own experience and styles.

New Orleans jazz had its start in 1910 when members of marching bands combined different styles of music, including French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime and blues. As it became more popular, different styles started to emerge. In 1930's there were dance-oriented swing big bands, Kansas City jazz and hard swinging. Bebop started in the 1940s. It was during this time that Jazz switched from danceable music to a faster tempo, often nicknamed "Musician's music". Cool Jazz, a calmer, smoother sound emerged in the 1940's. It paved the way for Free Jazz in the 1950s. Over the years, Jazz has been difficult to define as it encompasses a wide range of music over a span of 100 years.


Where is the best place to sell my old Jazz vinyl records or Blue Notes?

The best place to sell Jazz vinyl records are record collectors, antique collectors, auctions and local record stores. If you’re looking to sell your old  Jazz vinyl record collection quickly for the most cash, it’s typically better to sell to a record collector or antique collector. They will typically offer more money for your  Jazz vinyl records than a local record store. If you have time on your hand, you can always auction your Jazz vinyl records to the highest bidder.

Sell Miles David Jazz Record

Latest 15 Valuable Jazz Vinyl Records

  • Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus
  • Hank Mobley - Roll Call LP
  • Donald Byrd - Byrd Blows On Beacon Hill LP
  • Sun Ra & His Arkestra - Jazz In Silhouette LP
  • Johnny Griffin - The Congregation
  • Jutta Hipp - With Zoot Sims LP
  • Horace Parlan - Us Three LP
  • Sonny Rollins - Sonny Rollins Volume 1
  • Sonny Clark Trio - S/T LP
  • Freddie Redd Quintet - Shades Of Redd LP
  • Kenny Dorham - 'Round About Midnight At The Cafe Bohemia LP
  • John Coltrane - Coltrane LP
  • Duke Pearson - Profile LP
  • Hank Mobley Quintet - BLP 1550 LP
  • Sonny Clark - Cool Struttin' LP
What types of jazz records do you have hiding away in your attic or basement?

Learn the worth of your Jazz vinyl records and sell them for cash money!

Not sure if they are considered Jazz music? Maybe it's a mix of Jazz and Rock? Call Paul today to set up an appointment! We will come to your home or office, inspect your record collection's worth and make you a cash offer you can't turn down!

Call us today at 216-315-8216.


Quick Tip!

The word jazz is believed to originate from a slang term dating back to 1860 that means "pep, energy".

In 1912, the Los Angeles Times published an article in which a minor league baseball pitcher described a pitch he called the jazz ball. He was quoted as saying "..because it wobbles and you simply can't do anything with it."

Below is a list of some of the Greatest Jazz Artists & Bands

  • Louis Armstrong
  • Duke Ellington
  • Miles Davis
  • Charlie Parker
  • John Coltrane
  • Dizzy Gillespie
  • Billie Holiday
  • Thelonious Monk
  • Charles Mingus
  • Count Basie
  • Lester Young
  • Ella Fitzgerald
  • Coleman Hawkins
  • Sonny Rollins
  • Sidney Bechet
  • Art Blakey
  • Ornette Coleman
  • Bill Evans
  • Art Tatum
  • Benny Goodman
  • Clifford Brown
  • Stan Getz
  • Jelly Roll Morton
  • Sarah Vaughan
  • Herbie Hancock
  • Bud Powell
  • Wayne Shorter
  • Fletcher Henderson
  • Django Reinhardt
  • Horace Silver
  • Dave Brubeck
  • Rahsaan Roland Kirk
  • Cecil Taylor
  • King Oliver
  • Sun Ra
  • Gil Evans
  • Lionel Hampton
  • Art Pepper
  • Eric Dolphy
  • Oscar Peterson
  • Charlie Christian
  • Ben Webster
  • Fats Waller
  • Earl Hines
  • Woody Herman
  • Wes Montgomery
  • J. J. Johnson
  • John McLaughlin
  • Artie Shaw
  • Lee Morgan
  • David Murray
  • Chick Corea
  • Modern Jazz Quartet
  • Max Roach
  • Anthony Braxton
  • Bix Beiderbecke
  • Cannonball Adderley
  • Dexter Gordon
  • Keith Jarrett
  • Lee Konitz
  • Stan Kenton
  • Chet Baker
  • Roy Eldridge
  • Joe Henderson
  • McCoy Tyner
  • Gerry Mulligan
  • Benny Carter
  • Teddy Wilson
  • Lennie Tristano
  • Freddie Hubbard
  • Jimmy Smith
  • Mary Lou Williams
  • George Russell
  • Fats Navarro
  • Albert Ayler
  • Bennie Moten
  • Jimmie Lunceford
  • Wynton Marsalis
  • Charlie Haden
  • Erroll Garner
  • Billy Strayhorn
  • Meade Lux Lewis
  • Pat Metheny
  • Jack Teagarden
  • Johnny Hodges
  • Chick Webb
  • Jimmy Giuffre
  • Jaco Pastorius
  • Hank Mobley
  • Elvin Jones
  • Evan Parker
  • Paul Chambers
  • Ron Carter
  • Philly Joe Jones
  • Carla Bley
  • Bennie Golson
  • James Carter
  • Donald Byrd
  • Johnny Dodds
  • Glenn Miller
  • Muhal Richard Adams
  • Gene Ammons
  • Nat King Cole
  • Alan Holdsworth
  • Dave Holland
  • Eddie Lang
  • James Moody
  • Oliver Nelson
  • Buddy Rich
  • Frank Sinatra
  • Joe Zawinul

Turn Your Old Records Into Cash

If you have a Blue Note, 12 inch LP Album, 7 inch Singles, 45s, 78s or shellac records of Jazz music - We want to talk to you! Give us a call today to turn those old vinyl records into cash!

Call Paul at 216-315-8216 to set up an appointment. We will come to you, inspect your collection and make a cash offer you can't refuse! Send us a message today!

What We Do Not Buy

Unfortunately, at this time we are NOT interested in buying Country, Big Band, Swing or POPular vinyl records. We appreciate your understanding.

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