This is a secondary business run by a man who primarily repairs motor cycles. I was driving past and saw an antique store (which also sells records and will be listed in this directory) from the street and a sign saying "we sell good records and hi-fi". Walking in, I am confronted with 2 large shelves of popular records, and smaller shelves of jazz, blues and reggae records; this was the largest range of reggae records I have seen at any store, as it is the owner's favourite genres. On a shelf was also an assortment of restored vintage turntables, CD players, amplifiers for sale. Regarding the records,the range was good; I found a lot of Australian pressings expensive with prices of between AUS $12-20 each; however, records without price tags were charged at $5 regardless whether they were single and double, including a 2LP US pressed "6 eyes" set of "Tony Bennett live at Carnegie Hall". Some rare jazz LPs were prices at $20-30 each, which I thought was fair.
Since I spent over $100, he gave me a carry bag to take my purchases home in.
Thanks for supporting the Glebe Record Fair on October 6, 2012. Your black bag has enables me not to buy too many records at one time!
Written by Steve, Sydney, AUS at 2012-10-10 09:28:03
Wow! What an interesting place! Quite a varied record collection. Found a few gems for $5 and a few other records for $10-$20. Very happy. Got some good old blues as well.
Written by Kim Swan at 2012-07-08 04:07:27
Fantastic shop, well worth the visit. Like the review states it is tucked away. I've probably driven past a thousand times and never taken notice. I'll definitely head back soon. Prices vary from $10-30 with a good selection.
Written by Cameron at 2012-06-23 09:27:01