Every week we compile lists of killer used LPs filling the bins at both the Chicago shop and the Los Angeles shop, but that's not all the used stuff that came in that week. Both shops are putting out hundreds of great used LPs every week.
Come on down to either shop and do some digging!
Running out of room, need to clear some space, going on the lam? Regardless of the reason, before you unload your unwanted records and digital media, please bring them to us for CASH or STORE CREDIT! One man's trash is another man's treasure and we treasure all sorts of quote un-quote trash! Before you donate your stuff or have a yard sale, drop us a line. We'll probably pay more (without haggling) than you'll ever get at a garage sale and often times we'll buy it all in one shot. It doesn't get much easier that! So remember, when you wanna sell your stuff, SELL IT TO US! Please and thank you!
P.S. We make house calls for collections. Drop us a line to make an appointment.
THIS WEEK'S USED EMPLOYEE PICKS OF THE WEEK
LP - Perth County Conspiracy - Does Not Exist - $49.99
During the 1970s a number of others were a part of the Conspiracy such as David Woodhead, Jerome Jarvis, Larry Brown, Paul Gellman, Peter Cheyne and Dorit Learned. In the mid 1960s through to the late 1970s the Perth County Conspiracy would play nightly at the Black Swan Coffee House in Stratford, Ontario which was run by Harry Finlay. Guest performers at the Black Swan included such people as Brent Titcomb. The performances usually followed after the evening performances at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival Theatre. Oftentimes they would last till almost 4 a.m. In addition to playing at the Black Swan, the group also toured across Canada playing at many universities and also at Massey Hall.
After two major label albums for CBS, the group went independent and released a string of records on their own. Bob Burchill (guitar, vocals) joined the group in 1973. The music is characterised by its message-oriented lyrics and unconventional arrangements. The 1970 self-titled album features Shakespearian dialogue and audio collage elements mixed with folk and folk rock music that might place it in the genre of psych folk." - Wikipedia