Haven't bought any vinyl in a while, and found this guy that was selling a bunch of sealed original pressings. Wasn't cheap but boy do they sound good (and clean).
The legendary B.B. King live recording "Live At The Regal", unopened and sealed. Haven't had a chance to spin that yet.
Ornette Coleman's "Change of the Century", is before the freer releases like "Shape of Jazz to Come", but one of my favorite albums. Songs like "Ramblin", "Free" and "Una Muy Bonita" are timeless and really show the kind of prose that Ornette has.
There's also an "Ornette Coleman Quartet" album titled "Ornette", that's much further into the free. A lot of the recordings from that album ended up on a John Zorn album called "Spy vs Spy" (which I recommend the curious to check out, it's a 5 piece: Sax, Sax, Drums, Drums, Electric Bass, and the album are all Ornette covers through the years).
There's a picture of the Quartet album, before it was opened.
Also just opened the Carnegie Hall album. It's actually a reissue from 1975, but it's the single LP original. The CD release of this album comes with 2 discs.
The "GloryHallaStoopid" album wasn't sealed, but it's the original 1979 US release.
The Booker T. album, called "McLemore Avenue", and no surprise from the cover, it's a Beatles cover album, mostly of Abbey Road. Also original 1970 US release, sealed and unopened. McLemore Avenue is where the Stax studio is in Memphis. Booker T. said that the Abbey Road album was "incredibly courageous" and that he had t pay tribute to it (Abbey Road was released a year earlier). It's really a pretty incredible album.
Somewhere in the mix, was the Stevie Wonder compilation double album from 1982. This also wasn't sealed and is kind of a cheapo music club version, but it was cheap and the condition of the vinyl is like new.