record store day
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In the 80s and 90s, Sounds on good ole’ St. Mark’s Place boasted some of the savviest vinyl cut-outs buyers in the biz
Michael Jackson-Sony Music Deal Earns Estate $750 Million Garage Sales: When cleaning out their homes, people often find
Author Amanda Petrusich Documents the 78 RPM Record Collectors Who Are Saving Vintage Music From Being Lost
Petrusich -- who has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times and Pitchfork -- talks about the 78 RPM collectors and what drives them to search and pay for these hard-to-find records.
Though she originally thought she could accomplish more than 40 albums, she told The Huffington Post she quickly realized
Dude: Sure. No problem. Shopper: Do you have this song by Dean Martin on LP? I can't remember the name of it. The Record
In a lot of ways, used record stores are like the perfect combination of museum and gift shop, a place where you can actually take home the artifacts. Maybe that experience is one reason that vinyl is culturally relevant again.
"Even kids that are doing it now; there's a fashion to the Depression. They're trying to look like The Band and The Band
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