We open at 10am on April 21 – be here early for first shot at the exclusive releases!
Soundgarden – A-Sides
Tom Waits – Bawlers; Brawlers; Bastards
Dr. Octagon – Moosebumps
Mac DeMarco – Old Dog Demos
The Cure – Mixed Up; Torn Down
National – Boxer Live In Brussels
Willie Colon – Wanted By The FBI
Europe – Walk The Earth
U2 – Lights of Home
Malaco: Last Soul Company 50 Years
The Who – The Kids Are Alright
Sun Ra – Astro Black; Cymbals/Symbols Sessions
Ornette Coleman – An Evening With
Blue Oyster Cult – Rarities 2
David Bowie – David Bowie; Now; Let’s Dance Demo
Thelonious Monk – Monk
Cypress Hill – Black Sunday Remixes
Bo Diddley – 16 All Time Greatest Hits
Saxon – Princess of the Night
Planet Terror – soundtrack
Lalo Schifrin – Enter The Dragon soundtrack
Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz
Rough Guide To Jug Band Blues
Rough Guide To Ragtime Blues
Frank Zappa – Lumpy Gravy: Primordial
Starting today, 10 April 2018, we will be open from 12 noon – 6pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, in addition to our regular Friday and Saturday 12-7 hours.
Record Store Day 2018 is only 11 days away!
We just got the shipping notice for our first confirmed batch of RSD 2018 releases (“Official” and “Unofficial”), so here’s some records we will definitely have in stock when we open at 10 am Saturday April 21:
American Dreamer OST
Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance OST
Johnny Thunders – So Alonesome
Snatch – Snatch
Popol Vuh – Messa Di Orfeo
The Jimmy Castor Bunch – It’s Just Begun
Cymande – Promised Heights
Cymande – Second Time Around
Messengers Incorporated – Soulful Proclamation
Melvin Sparks – Texas Twister
Sam Waymon – Ganja & Hess (1973 OST)
We can’t take advance orders or deposits on any RSD titles, but we are happy to take phone or email orders any time after 10 AM on Saturday the 21st. If you’re local, come out early – On Black Friday our RSD titles were mostly gone within 45 minutes of opening!
Terry Knight and the Pack (earlier known as the Pack) was an American garage rock band formed in Flint, Michigan in 1965. The band was signed to the Lucky Eleven label throughout most of its short recording career, and they produced one national hit with their cover version of the song, “I (Who Have Nothing)”. Despite their inability to replicate their success, the band was still a frequent attraction in the Michigan rock scene. The Pack was fronted by singer, Terry Knight. In 1967, the group disbanded, but two of the members of the band, drummer/vocalist Don Brewer and guitarist Mark Farner, would later go on to form another band, Grand Funk Railroad.
Now that it’s the off-season around here, we’re going to have reduced open hours while we concentrate on the online side of the business. Our regular open hours are going to be Friday and Saturday from 10am – 8 pm, although we will always be available by appointment. I (John) will be at the shop Monday- Thursday working on the online and mail-order side of the business, so call, email, or message me through Facebook if you’d like to buy, sell or trade records.
Our new hours will take effect Sunday, 1 November