Blast from the Past

Can you name this former popular neighborhood landmark?

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14 Responses to Blast from the Past

  1. Mary B Mary B says:

    Sorry I’m late to the party, but the record store across from Wieboldts was Rolling Stone and then Rose Records. Or in reverse order. Hope that helps Jim Gilbert.

    • Sue B Sue B says:

      Are we talking across from Wieboldts on School St? I thought that record store began with an M like McDonalds or something. Rolling Stone was and still is at Harlem and Irving. Was it originally someplace else?
      I liked the Pot head’s record store on Devon by Kedzie. Don’t know what it was really called. My sisters and I just called it Pothead’s

  2. avatar Richard says:

    $2.99 for new releases.. I still have most of them.. of course, I have more CDs nowadays with numerous overlaps…

    Even have a numbered White Album and a blue triangle Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon..

    Still tend to buy sets of groups.. just bought 3 cds of Down N Outz.. basically a Mott the Hoople cover band.. they may suck.. but.. no guts.. no haggis..

  3. avatar Richard says:

    To celebrate the long lost Blu Note and Sue’s first purchase and theme song..

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    The Fabulous Ms Sue

  4. Jim Gilbert Jim Gilbert says:

    A good guess…I loved Blu Note. Anyone remember name of record shop on School across from Wieboldt’s?

  5. Sue B Sue B says:

    Is that not Blu Note? I could cry.

    • avatar Richard says:

      I think it was… used to go there every week and buy about 10 albums.. just got the entire catalog of various groups at a time.. then Jim and I would go to his attic and try to play some of them..

      • Jim Gilbert Jim Gilbert says:

        I still envision the owner….Purchased quite a few albums at $3-$4 bucks a piece….for some reason, due to economic downfall, I sold my collection to Brenner. He still pisses and moans that I actually signed the covers…little does this ungrateful ingrate know the value of these albums now. Richard and yours truly (ME) spent so many hours listening, playing and recording music. A good memory for me (yours truly…again!).

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