Message from discussion any good shops or market stalls for 45s & lps near you?
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From: steveski <steves...@ntlworld.com>
Subject: Re: any good shops or market stalls for 45s & lps near you?
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 05:47:52 +0000
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ppint. at pplay wrote:
> - hi; it may seem odd, given that the cd is now "obsolescent
> tech", but i've finally cleared the way to my stereo, looked
> out my singles, and am trying to work out how to get my lps
> reachable again (- it'll prob'ly need a reorganisation of my
> room, to do that; but it has been more than two decades since
> the last time i rearranged things, so it could be about time);
> - and i started wondering - is there anywhere near afpers
> that still has a shop carrying a decent stock of 45s, e.p.s
> & lps - cheap, reasonably-priced and/or utterly ludicrous,
> well-arranged or chaotic, with or without a set-up on which
> to try playing prospective purchases...
> - shop, or market stall, open six/seven days a week or one ?
> - in england, or anywhere further afield ?
> - love, a ppint. as knows of two charity shops in the west
> end of morecambe, as're worth visiting every now & then for
> lps, but nowhere really good for singles, and of nowhere in
> lancaster, carnforth, arnside, kendal, grange or milnthorpe.
Since people are talking about places that aren't near you . . . so will I
Try googling (other search engines are available) for Stephen Siger Records
(or Music). I knew him when he was in Edgware but he moved down to Mill Hill
(on the Broadway) and, since it was a long time ago,I don't know if he's
still in business. It could be worth a punt - he's a nice chap and honest.