Original prices for LP albums

What did popular LP albums (Dylan, Zeppelin, etc.) cost full retail in 1984 in USA ?
In 1988 ? In 1991 ? in 1995 ? (Some stores still sold them in 1995). Talking about NEW only - with NO CUT OUTS or hole punches. Anyone who remembers, thanks for info.
I remember in the late 70s to early 80s a good deal was about $3.50 - $4.00 each for new LPs.
Best prices at Korvettes. Best selection at Discomat in NYC.
In 1984 I was paying $5.99 for a LP. But I would pay much more for an import...close to $20.
In the mid 80's most new releases came out at about $8.50 and I remember people older than me complaining about how expensive records had become and how thin and flimsy they were. I normally only bought on sale for $6.50-$6.99. Now I wish I'd bought a lot more.
EJ Korvette's in Douglaston, New York (northeast Queens) was my source for LP's. I used to spend a lot of time there just browsing the collections, which sometimes seemed endless. For three to five bucks you could buy almost anything. I think the first album I ever bought was CSNY Deja Vu (I still have it) when I was a sophomore at Cardozo High School in Bayside, and I probably bought a hundred albums at Korvette's between late 1972 and 1975. Wow, the memories suddenly seem so vivid..... It was a great place to buy records.
EJ Korvettes, wow, that brings back memories! I was once told that the name stood for "Eleven Jewish Korean Veterans", any truth to that?
Nope. In fact it was founded and named prior to the Korean War.



EJ Korvettes was founded by one man who died just this year. I can't remember his name but it wasn't Korvette as I recall.
Eugene Ferkauf, as indicated in the links above.

-- Al