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Friday, May 19, 2006

FROM THE "TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE, BUT THANKS ANYWAY" DEPT.

While idly thumbing through the 2006 Zagat New York City Shopping Guide, we noticed that our now-defunct store is not only still listed, it has a nice new writeup as well:

"Owners 'Sal and Tony do it right' at this 'gem' of a "Greenwich Village-type old-time rock 'n' roll music store' on the Upper West Side, one of the 'friendliest places in town' for 'cool finds of CDs', LPs, DVDs, books and memorabilia; their 'staff knows everything' about their 'nice sampling of live albums and collector rarities', so 'you're bound to find something unexpected.'"

Kinda makes you wish you'd shopped there, huh? Too bad the Upper West Side values latt├ęs more than music....


2 Comments:

Blogger Michael in New York said...

Damn, I knew I should have shopped there. If only I'd bought that John & Yoko Wedding Album cassettee box for $100 or whatever it was, I'm sure you'd still be in business. And please post the more defensive "we love David Blaine" comments. Does he really have fans? But it's not magic. At all. Unless you consider Gandhi and Flipper magicians.

10:22 AM  
Blogger soundsourcenyc said...

i think zagat's is refering to the other nycd in the bizzaro universe which still exists. and david blaine is a putts

8:49 PM  

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