All newcomers have been exposed to the world of vinyl through songs. Few of us began collecting albums because we appreciate a deeper listening experience than downloads and earbuds.

Some because we think vinyl is superior for the reasons mentioned herein. Additionally, others because of the increasing market for vinyl albums.

If you ask any jazz enthusiast what are the greatest jazz albums, their response is bound to vary based on the day of the week.

Owing to the excessive number of amazing jazz releases, a comprehensive compilation of “best albums” might not be necessary.

This is where the professionals step in. And you should give the albums a listen. Either one of them or one or two to the most and display them in elegant vinyl record crates and boxes.

Jazz is more than filler noise you listen to while you pray to the dental gods to keep your teeth healthy. It’s also more than uptight people who want to tell you why one artist is better than another.

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