…..news letter #1027 – SALE!…..

Well, it’s that time of year again…. OUR ANNUAL ANNIVERARY SALE! As we mentioned back in September, this year we’re celebrating 20 years of selling wax to all the best people! With out all of you fine music lovers we wouldn’t be here today, so thanks for your continued support throughout the years. Especially the last year, which has been a bit of a wild ride for everyone. So as always, we’re having a sale! We don’t have many, so take advantage while you can! we’re still having our biggest sale of the year.

20% off new & used vinyl, accessories, and apparel!
10% off gear (in-store only)!

Use the code ‘BFRSD‘ at the checkout online. (BFRSD titles and brand new arrivals are exempt).

On top of that though as a special treat, we’re dropping roughly 200 amazing used records in-store only. And we’re opening an hour! 10 am the fun begins!

Check our Instagram profile for teaser highlights of what we’re going to be dropping. Here

And as we’ll probably be a bit busy tomorrow please be mindful of our Covid protocols ..

Max 4 people in the store at a time, please try limit your time, to accommodate others waiting.
Wear a mask (if you don’t have one, we’ll have some)
Sanitize your hands(we’ll have some)

…..RSD PICK…..

Various: Tickets for Doomsday – Heavy Psychedelic Funk and Soul
(Now Again) LP

“Now-Again Records’ follow up to one of its most well-loved compilations, Forge Your Own Chains, with another batch of rare, largely uncompiled — and sometimes barely heard — heavy psych-rock and funk. Pounding drums, scathing fuzz guitar and morose, contemplative lyrics will bring you up on a downer. Tickets For Doomsday, as the title hints, is and rumination on what might befall the human race ? made especially salient by the past year’s trials and tribulations ? as performed by prison funk ensembles, Indonesian hippies, Krautrock legends, Icelandic prog-rock bands and even Bay Area rap catalyst E-40’s uncle, the man to ¬first distribute Master P’s No Limit Records, and the creator of this album’s title track, St. Charles ‘Chucky’ Thurman. A unique and compelling listen, and surely a worthy companion for these times.”

…..RSD exclusives….

Alrighty… not to rag on RSD, but this is hands down the most pathetic RSD showing from the labels/distributors of all time. We have so little of our RSD stock in so far it’s sort of a joke. But what can you do. If/when we confirm quantities on anything else that ships (like tomorrow) we’ll make them available on our website for purchase in advance on Saturday morning. 

In stock….

All Them Witches: Live on the Internet (New West) LP
Chet Baker: Albert’s House (Tidal Waves) LP
Big Brother & the Holding Company: Captured Live (Sony) LP
Leonard Cohen: Songs of Love & Hate (Legacy) LP
Miles Davis: Live – Evil (Legacy) LP
Tav Falco: Club Car Zodiac (ORG) LP
Andrew Gabbard/Kendra Morris: Don’t Talk (Karma Chief) 7″
Jimi Hendrix: Paris 67 (Legacy) LP
John Hicks: Is That So? (Tidal Waves) LP
Jackson Conti: Sujinho (Madlib Invazion) LP
Judas Priest: Best of (eOne) LP
K.D. Lang: All You Can Eat (Warner) LP
John Legend: Once Again (Columbia) LP
Matata: Independence (Tidal Waves) LP
Munsters: At Home With (BMG) LP
Os Brazoes: s/t (Mr. Bongo) LP
Art Pepper:  Promise Kept (Omnivore) BOX
Grant Lee Philips: Yuletide (Yep Roc) LP
RZA as Bobby Digital: Digital Bullet (Get on Down) LP
Shangri-Las: Best of the Red Bird and Mercury Recordings (Real Gone) LP
Dusty Springfield: Complete Anthology Singles 1968-1971 (Real Gone) LP
Joe Strummer: Johnny Appleseed (Dark Horse) LP
Thundercat: Golden Age of Apocalypse (Brainfeeder) LP
U2: Gloria 40th Anniversay (Univeral) LP
Various: Beleza Tropical (Luaka Bop) LP
Various: Tickets for Doomsday (Now Again) LP

Ordered, but not shipped… (Will add to the site if/when shipped/confirmed)

Broken Social Scene: Feel Good Lost – 20th Anniversary (Arts & Crafts) LP
Jim Carroll Band: Catholic Boy (Fat Possum) LP
CFCF: Continent (Paper Bag) LP
Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers: The First Mile of the Way (Craft) 3×10″
Alice Cooper: Brutal Planet (eOne) LP
Lana Del Rey: Chemtrails Over the Country Club (Interscope) LP
Evanescence: s/t (Craft) LP
Vince Guaraldi Trio: Baseball Theme (Craft) 7″
Half Moon Run: Seasons of Change (Crystal Math) LP
Jackson 5: ABC (Anagram) LP
L.A. Guns: Waking the Dead (eOne) LP
Motorhead: The Lost Tapes Vol. 1 (BMG) LP
Oneohtrix Point Never: Renditions 1 (Warp) 10″
Charlie Parker: Bird in LA (Universal) BOX
Sons of Kemet: African Cosmology (Verve) LP
Soundtrack: Ghosts of Mars (John Carpenter) (Varese Sarabande) LP
Soundtrack: Iron Giant (Varese Sarabande) LP
Soundtrack: Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Disney) LP
Spoon: Wild (Matador) 7″
Staple Singers: Twenty-Fifth Day of December (Craft) LP
U-Roy: Creation Rebel Rare Sides (Sound System) LP
Kali Uchis: Sin Miedo (Interscope) LP
Wrens: Secaucus (Craft) LP
Various: You Got the Power (Abkco) LP
Various: You Can’t Sit Down (Abkco) LP

And these two have straight up been pushed to Dec. 10th...

Jason Isbell: Georgia Blue (Southeastern) LP
Swirlies: They Spent Their Wild Youthful Days (Taang) LP
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