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Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 16 Sep 2016 18:17
by T.O.S.
When I was in Cesky Krumlov (southwest of Czech Republic) I found a small music shop where I bought four LPs in good conditions .Friendly owner , interesting stuff .
Music and wines shop .You can't miss it from the town hall square to the castle
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Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 16 Sep 2016 18:43
by T.O.S.
In Budapest , a good store easy to locate :
http://www.wave.hu
I found there a PFM LP .Nice staff .Unfortunately I was on a hurry somehow , I have to go back there :D

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 20 Sep 2016 20:55
by Steve Morris
T.O.S. wrote:When I was in Cesky Krumlov (southwest of Czech Republic) I found a small music shop where I bought four LPs in good conditions .Friendly owner , interesting stuff .
Music and wines shop .You can't miss it from the town hall square to the castle
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Music and wine, now that sounds good to me.

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 11 Nov 2016 12:56
by fscl
swbo101 wrote:Here's one:

Darkside Records
782 Main St
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Good people there.
Update: Finally made it, however they have moved into a bigger space, WOW :shock: :shock:

New location:

Darkside Records
611 Dutchess Turnpike
Arlington, NY 12603

5 minutes from the old place by car, 11 minutes walking according to Maps.

What's fun is the $3 brown Mystery Bag 7 record special....... :lol: :lol: =D> =D>

Fred

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 22 Nov 2016 07:57
by Treguard
Manchester UK

I find Vinyl Exchange to be mostly overpriced, and the staff a bit....weird. A friend best described the place as esoteric!
Good ones in the centre are Vinyl Revival and Empire Exchange - haven't tried the others just yet.

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 29 Nov 2016 15:11
by swbo101
fscl wrote:
swbo101 wrote:Here's one:

Darkside Records
782 Main St
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Good people there.
Update: Finally made it, however they have moved into a bigger space, WOW :shock: :shock:

New location:

Darkside Records
611 Dutchess Turnpike
Arlington, NY 12603

5 minutes from the old place by car, 11 minutes walking according to Maps.

What's fun is the $3 brown Mystery Bag 7 record special....... :lol: :lol: =D> =D>

Fred
My kids love the mystery bag. Mostly stuff you don't want,but sometimes good stuff. My daughter got a first pressing of Houses of the Holy by Zep and my son got a first pressing of Street Survivors by Skynard.

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 19 Dec 2016 17:06
by Finger Painter
Down in Falmouth Cornwall at the moment and a couple of good record shops on the high street.

Jam Records - Reasonable number of used and new albums. Prices are good and the condition from excellent to fair. Enthusiastic young owner. Bought Tubular Bells and the Key by Joan Armatrading and very happy.

Sounds OK Records - All used albums and reasonable price and condition. Good selection of punk, new wave and alternative

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 29 Dec 2016 22:27
by Steve Morris
Took my 12 week old Jack Russell Pup into one of my favorite record shops today (Vinyl Planet, Macclesfield) he duly christened the floor whilst I rummaged for records.

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 26 Jan 2017 14:47
by krakendeep
My Favorite from UK:
http://www.vinyltap.co.uk/
Tones of Used Vinyl records


Some very good Greek Record Stores that I prefer

No Remorse Records
http://www.noremorse.gr/index.php?language=en
Heavy Metal Records - CDs. New-Old and Rereleases

Spindle vinyl records
http://www.spindlevinylrecords.gr/spind ... /home.html
indie, post punk, new wave, progressive, psychedelic & gothic

Except from ebay-discogs etc
…a brand new and very promising Vinyl Marketplace
e-Record Fair
http://www.e-recordfair.com/
Sellers from all over the world - 2 million items available so far.

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 09 Mar 2017 10:57
by sesentados
Hi, I have trouble getting vinyl as I live in spain in the malaga province and have yet to find any music shops selling vinyl,anyone out there have any info please.I currently have to use amazon uk which with postage bumps the price up by quite a bit!!

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 09 Mar 2017 12:15
by vinyl master
sesentados wrote:Hi, I have trouble getting vinyl as I live in spain in the malaga province and have yet to find any music shops selling vinyl,anyone out there have any info please.I currently have to use amazon uk which with postage bumps the price up by quite a bit!!
Hi, sesentados...What do you know about this place? :-k

https://www.facebook.com/Record-Sevilla ... 357187844/

Or these places in Granada, Fuengirola and Cadiz?

https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/8648-LOOP-Bar-Records
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/11534-Goldisc
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/4962-Malamusica
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/8816-Discos-Bora-Bora
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/8814-Discos-Marcapasos
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/11736-Reciclaje
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/9930-Sleazy-Records
https://www.vinylhub.com/shop/7672-Subt ... ics-Discos

You know, you might have more places to look out there than you thought! Plenty of "tiendas de discos"!

And don't forget "librerias", "mercados de pulgas" and "tiengas de antigüedades"...Bookstores, flea markets and antique shops for all the English speakers out there! If you look hard enough, I'm sure there are plenty of vinyl records being sold right under your nose! :wink:

If you ask me, it sounds like a little road trip is in order! :D

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 19 Mar 2017 19:16
by tennesseeborder
Has anyone been to the Princeton record store in Princeton, NJ? I heard that it was amazing.

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 30 Apr 2017 06:46
by champco
This guy is here in downtown. He spent years going around to the radio stations as they converted to CD and bought up the vinyl. Says he is sitting on warehouses. He pays nothing in a sale with little exceptions but if you are looking for something. He know a lot.

http://gojohnnygo.com/wordpress/

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 14 May 2017 10:42
by Swiso
A nice record store in southern part of Switzerland, Tondo Music : http://www.tondomusic.com/ and https://www.discogs.com/it/user/tondomusic
The owner is a great guy and it has BIG Vinyl collection...bad combination for my Credit Card... :)
Cheers

Re: The Record Store Guide

Posted: 08 Jun 2017 19:36
by celt_rock
If you're ever cruisin' around Vermont and looking for a place or two to pick up some vinyl, check these places out. There are more of course but these are my favorites!

http://burlingtonrecords.com/ Just spent 3 hours here the other day and other than coming away with a first press of the Blind Faith album and finding a bootleg pressing of Art Supernatural Fairy Tales I also came away with about 40 records from the $1 and $2 bins. You've never SEEN $1 and $2 bins like this place. Not your run of the mill Mitch Miller and his Gang or roached Dan Fogleberg albums. No, I just upgraded an older copy of Zeppelin 4 with a trashed cover but nice record inside plus some 80s stuff that's not collectible, just fun to listen to... for a buck!

http://exileonmainstreet.com/ Used to work here as a kid and this place is running strong, just wish it was closer to me than it is. Great folks have been running it for over 30 years.

Anyone come across http://recordarchive.com/ in Rochester, NY? I was traveling through and found this place... I suggest you plan a weekend trip and leave your spouse at home unless they're into this sort of thing. I would love to make a pilgrimage here with some like minded folks!