More finds out of town

1. Yes's Relayer
2. Chris Squire's Fish Out Of Water
3. King Crimson's Starless and Bible Black
4. Columbia 6 Eyes MS6003 Grofe: Grand Canyon Suite by The Philadephia Orchestra dir. by Ormandy...Even the plastic sleeve has a Columbia logo printed on it in orange.
5. Nonesuch label, Handel: The Dettingen te Deum.
6. Seraphim label 60014, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) Verdi: Arias...never played...
7.Columbia Stereo 360 sound..."One Hundred Men and a Perfectionist" Cleveland Orchestra dir by George Szell.
8. mercury Living Presence (mono Hi-Fi MG50334) Richard Strauss...Antal Dorati and Paul Paray
9. very old Columbia Masterworks of Virgil Fox at the Organ at The Riverside Church, NY. (ML4401)

Nice haul! Care to give up your source?

I recently discovered the Princeton Record Exchange on a trip to visit my son and his significant other down in New Jersey. I was quite impressed with the huge jazz and classical section of this place. Unfortunately time did not allow me to browse as much as I would have liked.

I did come home with 180g copy of Timeout, a new copy of OK Computer, and It's A Beautiful Day's Anytime.

i was in Amelia Island, so I drove into jacksonville to a place called Vintage Vinyl,,there are many places in jacksonville, FL is any of you do an internet source.

Some I found in a podunk little thrift store in a town (Rincon) 40 miles north of Savannah, GA...But, they charge more than the Salvation Army though!
Message for Dan_ed: Hey! Stay outta' town! The P-Town Record Exchange is mine, mine, mine all mine!

Just kidding. I go there everyday and guess what? It's different every day.
Not to worry, Imin2U. I live in New Hampshire so I won't be beating you to those special finds too often. :) Next time I'm down that way I'm going with a list so I won't be so overwhelmed by the selection.


I was at a store called Vintage Vinyl in New Jersey. Turns out they had very little vinyl but I'm wondering if there is a connection between these stores or just a catchy name used in several places.
The vintage vinyl folks in Jacksonville have a relation to Wax n' Things in Atlanta,,,,family relations, that is!
I'm pretty sure the three Vintage Vinyl's I've dealt with in the USA have no relation to each other.

The Vintage Vinyl in Fords, New Jersey is a great place for non-standard music for all walks of life. I used to work nearby and hit it up everyday for lunch.

I'm pretty sure they are the largest independent record store in New Jersey and one of the top 100 independent record stores in the nation. Plus "real" bands play there. For example: Ozzy and Fountains Of Wayne.
Yep, that's the place! I don't mean to put them down with my comments. I found that the vinyl selection there was limited when compared to Izzy's and the Princeton store, but I'm probably looking for different music than what they stock in vinyl.