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Blue Note Records is a jazz label, established in 1939 by Alfred Lion and Francis Wolff. The name originates from the characteristic "blue notes" of jazz and the blues. Blue Note Records is now owned by the EMI Group and in 2006 has been expanded to fill the function of an umbrella label group and specialilzing in the growing market segment of music for adults.
Princeton Record Exchange appreciates the contribution Blue Note Records provides to the local community and has created the below directions for your convenience. We hope that while you're in Princeton you also take the opportunity to browse our music and movie selection.
You can help contribute to the music community by selling us your unwanted CDs, DVDs and Vinyl, so that they will be recycled into the hands of music and movie lovers who can appreciate them again.
Blue Note Records: By Car from Princeton Record Exchange (click for Google Maps).
Princeton Record Exchange: By Car from Blue Note Records (click for Google Maps).
Buy New and Used CDs, DVDs, LPs, and more at our Princeton, NJ Store
See our buy from us page for more details of the types of music and movies we stock. Music lovers and collectors, as well as CD and Record dealers visit us from around the world to shop our selection. Categories we carry include Rock, Alternative, Classical, Opera, Jazz, Show Tunes, and many more music and movie genres.
Please Note: We do not currently list our inventory or sell online, mainly because our inventory changes greatly from day to day.
Sell us your unwanted CDs, DVDs & LPs!
We are always looking to increase our selection of quality merchandise. We buy private collections, estate collections, reviewer/radio station surplus, and entire record store inventories-no collection is too large!
If you have any unwanted CDs, DVDs, or LPs lying around gathering dust, check out our sell to us page, or give us a call at 609-921-0881.
Visit Blue Note Records from Princeton Record Exchange
Traveling by Car
Start out going NORTH on S TULANE ST toward LINCOLN CT. <0.1 miles
Turn RIGHT onto SPRING ST. <0.1 miles
Turn RIGHT onto VANDEVENTER AVE. <0.1 miles
VANDEVENTER AVE becomes WASHINGTON RD / CR-526 / CR-571. 1.6 miles
Turn RIGHT. <0.1 miles
Turn LEFT onto US-1 N / BRUNSWICK PIKE. Continue to follow US-1 N. 15.7 miles
Merge onto NJ-18 S toward NEW BRUNSWICK / SOUTH RIVER / OLD BRIDGE / I-95 / NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE. 0.7 miles
Take the N.J. TURNPIKE ramp. 0.2 miles
Take the ramp toward NEW YORK AND NORTH. 0.3 miles
Merge onto I-95 N / NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE N toward CARS / TRUCKS-BUSES (Portions toll). 22.4 miles
Keep RIGHT to take I-95 N / NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE N toward I-80 / EXITS 15E - 18E / US-46 / LINCOLN TUNNEL (Portions toll). 6.5 miles
Take EXIT 16E toward LINCOLN TUNNEL / NEW YORK CITY. 0.8 miles
Keep LEFT to take NJ-495 E toward LINCOLN TUNNEL (Portions toll) (Crossing into NEW YORK). 2.9 miles
NJ-495 E becomes I-495 E. 0.9 miles
Take the exit toward 30-31 ST. 0.1 miles
Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto I-495 E / LINCOLN TUNNEL EXPY. 0.2 miles
Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto W 30TH ST. 0.6 miles
Turn RIGHT onto BROADWAY. 0.3 miles
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto 5TH AVE. 0.1 miles
End at 150 5th Ave New York, NY 10011-4311, US
Visit Princeton Record Exchange from Blue Note Records
Traveling by Car
Start out going SOUTHWEST on 5TH AVE toward E 19TH ST. <0.1 miles
Turn RIGHT onto W 19TH ST. 0.3 miles
Turn LEFT onto 7TH AVE S. 0.9 miles
7TH AVE S becomes VARICK ST. 0.3 miles
Take the HOLLAND TUNNEL ramp. <0.1 miles
Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto HOLLAND TUNNEL (Crossing into NEW JERSEY). 1.8 miles
HOLLAND TUNNEL becomes 14TH ST. 0.2 miles
14TH ST becomes I-78 W / NEW JERSEY TPKE EXT W (Portions toll). 7.9 miles
Take the TURNPIKE SOUTH / I-95 S exit. 0.6 miles
Merge onto I-95 S / NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE S toward CARS / TRUCKS-BUSES (Portions toll). 20.5 miles
Merge onto NJ-18 N via EXIT 9 toward US-1 / NEW BRUNSWICK / PRINCETON / TRENTON / TOWER CENTER BLVD.. 1.4 miles
Merge onto US-1 S toward TRENTON. 2.3 miles
Stay STRAIGHT to go onto US-1. 0.2 miles
Stay STRAIGHT to go onto US-1 S. 13.4 miles
Turn RIGHT. <0.1 miles
Turn RIGHT onto WASHINGTON RD / CR-526 / CR-571. 1.6 miles
Turn LEFT onto NASSAU ST. (Marked by the theater across the street to your left)
Take your FIRST RIGHT at SOUTH TULANE ST.
Drive a few hundred feet; Princeton Record Exchange is in a large white building on your left.
If you have a large collection of CDs, DVDs or LPs to sell us that would be difficult to carry, please call us at 609-921-0881 or park close to the store so that we can come out and either review your collection or bring your collection into the store.
Directions to the Parking Garage
From our storefront, follow South Tulane Street to the end and make a right on Spring Street. (Please note: The parking garage is in front of you to the left. Unfortunately, Spring Street is a one way street, and you must take a right.)
Drive 30 feet and take your first left onto North Tulane St.
After one block the road will end. Take a left onto Wiggins St.
The entrance to the Spring Street Garage will be one half a block on your left.
Parking in the Spring Street Garage is Free for the first 30 minutes.. After thirty minutes, the regular parking rate is $1 per hour, and the Sunday rate is 25 cents per two hours.
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