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    Quote Originally Posted by spellbound View Post
    What's a record store?
    We still have one! https://plan9music.com/

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    Very cool.
    if you want money for people with minds that hate, all I can tell you is brother you have to wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by happytheman View Post
    We still have one! https://plan9music.com/
    That brings back memories. I lived in Charlottesville when Plan 9 opened there in '84 or '85. I am surprised and happy they still exist. They helped me order Caravan's Back to Front which was otherwise completely unavailable; the mainstream Charlottesville stores wouldn't/couldn't get it. When I went to the store to pick it up the clerk said "we just got something in that you might want. I didn't put it in the racks yet because I knew you would be coming in". It was an M- copy of the original Caravan album, US pressing. $7. I had never seen a copy in any shop before. Or since, for that matter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arturs View Post
    That brings back memories. I lived in Charlottesville when Plan 9 opened there in '84 or '85. I am surprised and happy they still exist. They helped me order Caravan's Back to Front which was otherwise completely unavailable; the mainstream Charlottesville stores wouldn't/couldn't get it. When I went to the store to pick it up the clerk said "we just got something in that you might want. I didn't put it in the racks yet because I knew you would be coming in". It was an M- copy of the original Caravan album, US pressing. $7. I had never seen a copy in any shop before. Or since, for that matter...
    They scaled back to one store a few years ago.. The Richmond store moved across the street to a much smaller space.. but both stores still manage to keep the lights on.. They always have had a wonderful vinyl selection (especially the Richmond location when the had the whole basement area full of $1-$5 vinyl most of which was mint condition). And much like you I've had a wonderful friendship with all the staff.. I walk in the door and it's high fives and hellos.. "how's the family etc."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chain View Post
    A shop closed down in this area and it looks like all their left over stock was donated to Lifeline.

    From 2 of their shops I picked up, all new:

    T-Rex - Total T-Rex 1971-1972 $8.50
    Genesis - Genesis Archives 1967 - 75 $8.50
    Miles Davis - Seven Steps: The COmplete Columbia Recordings $8.50
    Bolding mine. All I can say is: 😳😱😵

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    I was in Ft. Myers this past week visiting my mom. She enjoys going to thrift stores, as do I, so we hit quite a few. I found some interesting DVDs and books. The only music I found worth buying (for $2.00) was Son of the South by Toy Caldwell. I've always enjoyed his work in the Marshall Tucker Band. Haven't played the CD yet.
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    The other week I bought an album at the Goodwill, the best of Marlene Dietrich. I only bought it because it was in mint condition and was fifty cents a pound.
    NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF STUPID PEOPLE IN LARGE GROUPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
    I was in Ft. Myers this past week visiting my mom. She enjoys going to thrift stores, as do I, so we hit quite a few. I found some interesting DVDs and books. The only music I found worth buying (for $2.00) was Son of the South by Toy Caldwell. I've always enjoyed his work in the Marshall Tucker Band. Haven't played the CD yet.
    I always loved Toy’s vocals. I would have loved MTB if he was the only vocalist. This Ol Cowboy is one of those songs that could have been twice as long.


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