Category: record store

blushedcaligula:

soundsof71:

Patti Smith, record shopping in NYC, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme in hand. Photo by Danny Clinch

“I was shooting Patti shopping in a New York City record store. She grabbed Coltrane’s A Love Supreme and said, ‘I have to buy it. I can’t stand to see it in a bin, not being played.’ She had six copies, and bought that one, too.”

-Danny Clinch 

The record store in A Clockwork Orange, 1971, filmed in the real Chelsea Drug Store. Note the soundtrack to 2001: A Space Odyssey, also directed by Stanley Kubrick

Musicland, Beaver Valley Mall, Monaca, PA, 1970.

(via: Pleasant Family Shopping)

superseventies:

Record shopping in the ’70s.

Led Zeppelin: Robert Plant at Bleecker Bob’s record store, Greenwich Village, NYC 1970

I missed it, alas, but Eddie Vedder dropped by my local record store for Record Store Day! Honolulu’s Hungry Ear! Top one via Hungry Ear’s Instagram, bottom three via Jill Vedder’s Instagram

Debbie Harry, Blondie, wearing a shirt from the Licorice Pizza record store chain, and a name tag “Deb” from Peaches Records, via pinterest

“It’s ok NOT to be perfect, to show you the workings of your life in your songs and your clothes.” Viv Albertine, The Slits, seen posted here at New York’s Rough Trade Records.

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Viv Albertine at Cardiff’s Top Rank, photo by Dave Smitham, 1978. Be sure to check out her book, Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys.: A Memoir

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blushedcaligula:

soundsof71:

Patti Smith, record shopping in NYC, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme in hand. Photo by Danny Clinch

“I was shooting Patti shopping in a New York City record store. She grabbed Coltrane’s A Love Supreme and said, ‘I have to buy it. I can’t stand to see it in a bin, not being played.’ She had six copies, and bought that one, too.”

-Danny Clinch 

Jimi Hendrix crate-digging, 1967, before the release of his first album. The official poster for Record Store Day 2013.