Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Keep digging!

Via Fleamarket Funk...

" ... The last of the dying breed was Black Cat Records in Red Bank, NJ. Owned by former Lifetime vocalist Ari Katz, a seasoned veteran of music, it too eventually fell to the times, closing it’s doors for good in the early 2000′s. Let’s face it, with the portability of the CD and now MP3′s, us vinyl nerds are a dying breed.

That’s why on this Saturday, April 16th, we need to support our local vinyl slinger for National Record Day. So go on and do that, until then, click the link to check out 40 sad portraits of record stores that closed. You may have even shopped in one of them. Keep Diggin’!"

See 40 Sad Portraits of Closed Record Stores

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