You can now buy records at Whole Food locations in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Pasadena, Santa Barbara and Venice, along with “locally sourced” reclaimed wood headphones.
Earlier this week (November 13) Beatles fans in New York and Los Angeles were treated to mobile Beatle “pop-up shops.” The “shops” were customized double decker buses, which made several stops. The buses served to promote the release of the Beatles’ catalog on 180-gram vinyl LPs. The stores sold the LPs collectively as a box set, as well as individually; Beatles CDs and other merchandise was also on sale. In each city, a unique commemorative shirt from the event was sold (and sold quickly to eager Beatles collectors).
There’s an easy and relatively inexpensive way to turn the warmer tones from your vinyl into an easily transferable and transportable file. Vinyl-To-MP3 USB turntables will bring your vinyl onto your Mac or PC so you can store your extensive record collection on the shelf and take that vintage sound with you
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