1. You Could Try To Imagine Record Shopping at
    Tower Records in
    Los Angeles in 1971 - Or You Could Just Watch This (VIDEO).


    Vintage footage from Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood - the famed, now-closed record retail chain's flagship location - from its initial year of operation, 1971. Not exactly record porn (unless stacks of freshly unboxed copies of All Things Must Pass floats your boat) - but a pretty great visual document of what the leisurely process of buying music was once like - set to classic sounds by Sly & the Family Stone and Janis Joplin. Props to Vintage Los Angeles .

    [h/t Wax Poetics ]

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    • timecoder

      so many Breaks and they didn't even know it.

    • js

      i don't know...i think the 2 huge stacks of sealed CURTIS albums count as record porn!!