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hoppy


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Post: #1
15-11-2007 06:53 PM

Someone mentioned in the WHSmith post the good old days when vinyl records could be bought in FH.

Does anyone know of any places in the area (or beyond - I'm desperate) where vinyl is sold? None of your hippety hop stuff, mind - I'm not that desperate!

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H

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Ian


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15-11-2007 07:02 PM

You got to go to Beanos in Croydon these day's.
There's also one in West Wickham, both are top dollar.
http://www.beanos.co.uk/

We used to have a second hand record shop on Stanstead Rd in the good old day's,
that's gone as well.


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ana


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15-11-2007 07:48 PM

I pick a lot up from charity shops and also the second hand store on Lee High Road, there is also a record shop in Lewisham market. If anyone has any vinyl they want to off load - I am happy to take it off you.

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hoppy


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15-11-2007 08:13 PM

I think the Lewisham market one has gone - they have/had a place in New Cross I have heard, but never found it.

I too am interested in any vinyl for private sale. And I pay more than ana does

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ana


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15-11-2007 08:40 PM

Oh no you won't and I will cherish and love them and play them regularly..... also I can offer drinks too!!! Hoppy would you should organise a record fayre in Honor Oak, I have the space and equiment already - I know there are many a would be DJ in the area always trying to bend my ear. I actually did consider putting a small corner in Visual Eyes for second hand vinyl but wasn't confident that there would be enough interest.

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Thistleblower


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15-11-2007 08:41 PM

Wanted Records in Croydon Road Beckenham...about 300 metres down from the cinema, and on the 194 bus route. A fantastic collection of used cds/vinyl/dvd.

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Ian


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16-11-2007 12:57 AM

Come to me my children, I have all the vinyl you want.


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hoppy


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17-11-2007 07:04 PM

hi ana,

sounds interesting. WHat you got in mind?

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baggydave


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18-11-2007 05:47 PM

Greenwich market, loads of vinyl

Charity shops, best one is probably the Red Cross shop on Goose Green (East Dulwich not the Falklands) - worth a visit in any case

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ana


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18-11-2007 08:13 PM

hoppy Wrote:
hi ana,

sounds interesting. WHat you got in mind?


Hi Hoppy

I was thinking a few years back of doing a daytime fair at Equal, opening it up on a Saturday daytime from 11am to 5pm say, inviting DJs and others to come and play and also swap/buy records...what do you think? A small ?2 entrance fee to come in etc...
Usually when i do this sort of thing I get soemone to help coordinate for me, it takes about two months to get the word around - if you are interested, come and have a chat with me at equal - i am here daily - so just drop by one evening?

Regards

Ana

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Ian


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19-11-2007 09:10 AM

ana Wrote:

hoppy Wrote:
hi ana,

sounds interesting. WHat you got in mind?


Hi Hoppy

I was thinking a few years back of doing a daytime fair at Equal, opening it up on a Saturday daytime from 11am to 5pm say, inviting DJs and others to come and play and also swap/buy records...what do you think? A small ?2 entrance fee to come in etc...
Usually when i do this sort of thing I get soemone to help coordinate for me, it takes about two months to get the word around - if you are interested, come and have a chat with me at equal - i am here daily - so just drop by one evening?

Regards

Ana


The Gowlett in Peckham do that now.
Bring along your vinyl and play 'em. Saturday's I think.


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