Resonance Records has a sale that ends 7/26. 50% off everything in stock. They're a non-profit, so they're worth supporting. I purchased and just got delivered today a half-dozen items. I have a lot of listening to do in front of me - Hittin' The Ramp. Nat King Cole early works from transcription discs and other sources. I bought the 7CD set. Sarah Vaughan Live at Roxy's (CD) Shirley Horn Live At The 4 Queens (CD) Thad Jones and Mel Lewis - All My Yesterdays (live at the Village Vanguard) - 3LP set. This is the inaugural concert of their big band. And two Resonance Records compilations - Sing A Song Of Jazz Jazz Piano Panorama Thus far, I just cracked into the 1st CD of the Nat King Cole. Sound quality is, at times, astonishing. The music? He's an amazing piano player. I haven't reached the Oscar Moore material yet. I had considered the limited edition vinyl of Hittin' The Ramp, but I didn't think the sound quality would justify it. Now I'm not so sure. And while the CD packaging is nicely done (booklet is done on high quality paper and includes extensive liner notes and interviews), it's all done CD size. The 10 LP set is all done LP size, coming in box with a lid, and LP size booklet. I'm sure the LP of this set is more impressive than the CD set is more impressive in that regard.