As one record shop closes, vinyl music plays on in another
Ferndale -- As The Record Collector, a longtime haven for fans of vinyl, prepares to close its doors a new record shop literally down the street is ready to keep the music spinning.
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#1 Dec 30, 2012
It really is competitive market.guy in taylortown still sells records and cassettes.unusual. many who buy these must be for nostalgia. I miss old television in 1983. I have has direct and dish sattellite but never watched.i watch youtube.movies and music can be downloaded and stored endlessly.
#2 Dec 31, 2012
A Frisbee doesn't hold a candle to what you can do with a 78 or even a 45 from a high building.
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