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While Echoes From the Past may be known for their extensive specialty collections, they also have a lot of, to put it simply, other stuff. Perhaps the most notable (or...
Ok, so the place is very cluttered and overstocked, and the location isn't the greatest if you are driving (parking meters) and sure, the owner tends to talk a bit much if he likes you, but overall the good outweighs the annoying. As the last fellow said, lots of genres covered; you just never know what you will uncover...be sure and bring a lunch with you, for you'll definetly be hunting a good while. The amount of treasures i've already exhumed keep me coming back again and again, and the owner does indeed get new stock all the time, plus he's reasonable regarding prices and...
Highly recommended. A true vinyl conisseurs choice.
I visited this place not sure what to expect (partly based on the other reviews).
The reality is an absolute gold mine. There is a massive amount of stock and the owner has good knowledge of all the genres covered. I would say people looking for 1950s to 1980s music would be best served here. If you are into collecting vinyl from this time (country, blues, folk, jazz, classic rock, psychedelia etc) then you absolutely have to visit.
Yeah, the rows are abit cluttered but it's because he's always getting new stock - infact it...
This downtown shop, just around the corner from the real Alamo, specializes in hard-to-find 78rpm, 45rpm and 33rpm records, making it a must-see for the serious music collector. From the Beatles to Elvis, it caters to those with a yearning for the past and an appreciation of good tunes. It also stocks a good selection of vinyl LP records in classical, jazz, rock and blues. There are compact...
Though it's odd to think that a Stormtrooper PEZ dispenser is worth anything, at Echoes, it'll be five bucks. Plastic and metal lunchboxes featuring classic television shows are available and a Steve Urkel doll can be had for a mere $55.
Hundreds of old license plates are stored on the second floor and range in price from $5-$65.
Hollywood flicks, local theater productions and commercials regularly rent props from here. Your new treasure could easily have been part of "Selena."
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