Save the date! Our Black Friday list will be posted online later this week.


General requirements:
• Excellent communication skills - verbal and written
• Self-motivated and independent thinker
• Computer proficiency
• Flexibility
• Strong work ethic
• High level of organization and precise time management skills
• Ability to lift and carry 70 pound boxes

Retail Clerk:
• Music retail experience
• Excellent customer service skills; ability to anticipate customer needs
• A passion for music, and a broad, deep base of musical knowledge
• Availability to work nights and weekends

Vinyl Pricing Clerk:
• Excellent customer service skills; ability to anticipate customer needs
• A passion for music, and a broad, deep base of musical knowledge
• Knowledge of Goldmine standards & experience grading and pricing records
• Knowledge of stereo equipment/functionality
• Availability to work nights and weekends

To apply, submit letter of interest & resume & salary requirements to


Pink vinyl releases with proceeds benefiting Gilda's Club (ok it says 10, but we picked 7)

October 13 - Jerry Lee Lewis - Greatest - orange and white vinyl

October 13 - William Patrick Corgan - Ogilala - pink vinyl

October 13 - Beck - Colors - transparent yellow vinyl with slipmat

October 20 - Destroyer - Ken - yellow vinyl + 7"

October 20 - Margo Price - All American Made - sky blue vinyl with alternate LP jacket and insert screen printed by hand

October 20 - Bully - Losing - Sub Pop LOSER Edition on clear/black swirl vinyl

October 20 - Brand New - Science Fiction - blue and red vinyl

October 27 - Weezer - Pacific Daydream - red vinyl with black splatter

November 10 - Angel Olsen - Phases - olive green vinyl


The basement is fully stocked with new and vintage equipment:

New turntables (Pro-Ject Debut Carbon) & New speakers (Kantu YU2)
Vintage turntables, speakers & receivers starting at $99.
Full vintage systems including turntable, receiver & speakers, starting at $299.


Our next MUSIC TRIVIA at the High Noon Saloon is Tuesday, December 12th. Registration starts at 5:30 with the first question from Angie and Marty at 6PM. Save the date for January 9th and February 6, 2018.


This isn't the spot to lay down odds on the third race. OTB is where Others Talk Back and give you the lowdown on what they've been feeling lately. This one's for the customers.

Why this sat in the can for thirty-one years is beyond me. It might have had something to do with Bob Stinson’s being kicked out of the band later in 1986. Whatever the reason for not releasing this show for over three decades, this is a fantastic show. It would have sounded great if released in 1986, and still sounds great after all these years. This is a professionally recorded show – the sound is extremely crisp and punchy. This was a night when the band was “on.” This was not a night for one of those sloppy shows that they could pull out. The band that recorded this show in New Jersey in February 1986, is the classic line up, with Bob, Chris, Paul and Tommy. The show recorded was just weeks after the band’s infamous appearance on Saturday Night Live. The only quibble I have is that the band only tackled five covers on the set. Without a doubt, this live album is the Replacements at their finest.

Just months after the release of “Acoustic Classics Vol. 2,” comes a further fourteen tracks. Some of these songs come from Fairport Convention days while others were songs that he wrote for other performers. And a couple songs were originally recorded with his first wife Linda Thompson. Also included are six songs released for the first time in any form. Rest assured, these songs are not lesser material. All the songs are of an equal quality to the rest of his songs from his long career. Certainly there is truth in the title; all the songs are performed with only Richard’s voice and extraordinary acoustic guitar work.

This is the band’s twenty-second studio album of their career. It is also the second album since the departure of Marty Wilson-Piper, the band’s long-time guitarist and co-songwriter. The band’s sound has evolved with that departure. To a certain extent that band has returned back to their original eighties swirly and trippy sound. The band is much more psychedelic than they have been for many decades. Their sound is much more atmospheric too. That is not to say that the band has fallen short in the songwriting department. Steve Kilbey, singer and main songwriter, has stepped up to the plate with a stellar collection of tunes. Many bands that have been around for almost thirty-seven years have run out of gas years ago and are now going through the motions. That sentiment is light years away from where the Church is at now.
- Ted Talks

Ron, Ryan, Angie, Evan, Marty, Luke, Matt, Michael, Ben & Will