27. May 2013 · Comments Off · Categories: History, NonFiction, Tracy

Record Store Days: From Vinyl to Digital and Back Again by Gary Calamar, Peter Buck (Foreword by), Phil Gallo, 256 pages, read by Tracy, on 05/12/2013

This book was a lot of fun for me. In the sixties I spent a lot of time in record stores and unlike other girls my age I spent my allowance on records. It’s full of pictures and the history of the almost extinct record store. I still listen to records and enjoy the artwork. Imagine going to a record store and seeing a band promoting their new album. It still happens in big cities. These stores were also a place you could chat about music while listening. The walls were covered with posters and albums. The digital age has taken over.

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