Great post about a dying breed.
Hi Ploch, Fortunately vinyl is making quite a big come-back! I wish I still had a turntable.
Here's my first of a few posts that touch on used record stores. Here's another more personal one.I'm really glad that it's getting so much attention this year. On Twitter, @recordstoreday is doing great.Thanks for passing on the word about it!Peace.
Everyone should support their local independent record stores. It's good to see people getting back into vinyl again.
Call me old fashioned, but i still listen to records all the time.
Layla:I'd LOVE 2 visit my fave local record store (about 30 miles down the rd from me in Tacoma, Wash.), but the guy I'd go w/ has bailed on me!U've shared some of yr concerns about yr son, so I thot I'd share this here: My 21-yr-old son (tall, geeky, computer nerd, set-up my website 4 me, adorable but kinda shaky sometimes) QUIT HIS JOB & RAN AWAY last Mon the 13th. I FINALLY got a 2-line e-mail from him yesterday, saying he's OK, has a new job & a new place 2 live, but he doesn't wanna talk. I don't even know where he IS.4 about a yr & 1/2 recently he was my closest friend in the world. I STILL don't know WHAT happened, what went wrong, what crisis led 2 him running away & cutting off contact w/ every1. (His friends R REALLY confused about it.) I'm just glad he's OK.If nothing else, the 2 of us could always talk music. Now he won't talk 2 me at all. & I KNOW it's nothing I did. He's a grownup & can do what he wants, but....I know I musta made my parents crazy, but I'll bet I never made them worry like THIS. & at least they always knew where I was at & what I was doing.Hope YR day is going better than mine, & thanx again 4 the Xcellent Bruce-concert review....-- TAD.
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