Saturday, April 9, 2011

New Orleans, LA


Domino Sound Record Shack - This little shop was short on quantity but long on quality. I picked up an original Slime "Yankees Raus" LP, a couple of Ramones boots, a Cheap Trick promo and more. Domino Sound Record Shack is an awesome little shop. Not in a great area but well worth the trip. Don't miss this place. A friendly punk rock woman owns the shop. They have a good mix of all genres here and great prices as well. 2557 Bayou Road New Orleans, LA




Music Factory - This is a good shop. They specialize in New Orleans music like blues and jazz. Upstairs is where the second hand LP’s are located. I managed to find a Tin Machine live German pressing, a T-Rex promo from 1971, and a U2 12” single from the UK. Reasonable prices, friendly staff. Good location right down near the Quarter 210 Decatur street. Recommended.



Levee next to Euclid Records
Euclid Records They’ve been open for a year and a half now they say. I like the St Louis location, this location is a nice shop and interesting location right along side a levee. The store has a good selection of all genres. I managed to find a Portugese pressing of Talking Heads “Fear of Music” and an Edgar Winter “They Only Come Out at Night” LP with shrink and original stickers. 3400 Chartres Street New Orleans, LA. Recommended.


Peaches Records - Friendly staff, good location, this used to be a Tower Records store. I found the used LP's to be common and not in great shape. I did find an AC/DC promo 7" for $5. Other than that, there just wasn't much here. 408 N. Peters Street New Orleans, LA

Jim Russell Records – Lots of dusty not very organized common records in here that are not in the greatest shape. Not worth the trip in. Not recommended.

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