National Record Store Day is Apr 17th


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For those lucky enough to live in a town that still has one...
gdoodle
within fifteen miles I have four good used LP places I go to a lot. Add in CDs and it's eight stores for local used music that I go to. Let alone the rest I never bother, like no Goodwill anymore for LPs.... Add in the ones I ignore, it would add up to at lest 20 places... Just call me 'Lucky Liz
If you are in the Denver/Boulder, CO area check out Absolute Vinyl 4474 N. Broadway. A great selection and grading is done by listening. This is a brand new store. Search for them in Boulder on google. The gents name is Doug. Check facebook too.
Happy listening!
Check out PVC Paper Vinyl Cloth http://www.myspace.com/papervinylcloth )in Augusta,GA for some selctive vinyl.
Support our mom and pops Record Stores everyday and on record store day. You can find them on Broad Street in Augusta. Right across from the James Brown Memorial.
Check out PVC Paper Vinyl Cloth http://www.myspace.com/papervinylcloth )in Augusta,GA for some selctive vinyl.
Support our mom and pops Record Stores everyday and on record store day. You can find them on Broad Street in Augusta. Right across from the James Brown Memorial.
I was there for the Masters and found this little gem.
Newbury Comics in Mass will have 20% off all vinyl.
Thier last sale a couple of weeks ago I picked up some Classic Records red boxes for 32% off.
Just call me 'Lucky Liz

Okay, you're Lucky Liz!!!!
Here in Eugene, OR we are blessed to have two great and independent vinyl stores, CD World and House of Records both have a great selection of new and used vinyl.
Elizabeth,
I would not count Goodwill out just yet.
Yesterday I picked up 2 mint Nat King Coles and better yet a VG+ original Royal Ballet Gala Preformances by Ernest Ansermet, this is second one I have found at Goodwill.
I drive alot for work & go to all Goodwill and Morgan Momorials I find on my travels. They only charge a dollar around here for records so it's worth the trip.
I understand goodwill has LPs others may find attractive. I, however, have all the classical LPs I want (about 2,200) and had been working on my Jazz for a few years. Now I have about 1,700 Jazz LPs, and what I do not have, and actually want, is not going to be at Goodwill. Ditto Rock, which I have about another 2,200 Lps currently. I have been concentrating on gathering Rock I 'missed' listening to since 1985 (when I stopped watching MTV videos..). So I skip Goodwill because at this point I really doubt Goodwill is going to have the sort of stuff I would actually buy.
Such as my recent LP purchases second hand
Public Image LTD: Second Edition
The Loud Family: Plants and Birds and Rocks and Things
Robert Fripp: League of Gentlemen
Ghost: Snuff Box Immanence
Elvis Costello: ten Bloody Marys and ten How's your Fathers
Level 42: Staring at the Sun
Kraftwerk: Radioactivity (german pressing)
Any Trouble: Where are all the Nice Girls?
Captain Beefheart: Doc at the Radar station
Shellac: At Action Park
Now if THIS sort of stuff is at YOUR Goodwill... then you are blessed beyond all others..
I have never seen anything remotely like them at the several in my area.
Portland, OR., the place to be for vinyl. Many indie stores to choose from (except JACKPOT RECORDS - full on boycott of this miserable excuse of a store) and today being Record Store Day is a great excuse to "not" paint the back porch...
I happened to be in Portland today and hit 5 record stores: Everyday Music, Jackpot, 360, Anthem and 2nd Ave. Everyday, Jackpot and 2nd Ave were all having special events for Record Store Day, and Everyday was 20% off. Scored Dead Can Dance, Cal Tjader, James Brown, Sinatra, Isaac Hayes, Dave Brubeck (really nice 6 eye Time Further Out for $5!), Rod Stewart and Stevie Wonder. Plus, live jazz tonight at the Benson. Great day!

David