For the Record: Vinyl still spins at the best music stores in America
This article was printed in The Wall Street Journal on February 26, 2011
Princeton Record Exchange:
It's not easy getting a New York City music fan to trek out to Jersey, but Princeton Record Exchange, in business since 1980, might do the trick. Its 60,000-plus LPs, almost always in surprisingly good condition, run the gamut from fresh indie selections and old soul, funk and blues cuts to weird avant-garde curiosities.
This article was written by Luke O'Neill and published in The Wall Street Journal on February 26, 2011. We appreciate their attention to the local businesses of Princeton.
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