Garth cartwright has travelled the length and breadth of the country conducting more than 100 interviews with some of the icons of the record shop trade and the wider music industry including martin mills beggars banquet geoff travis rough trade andy gray andys records ralph mctell chris barber the specials and many more. Those were the days independent record shops instead of just hmv or the local supermarket places where i spent many a happy hour browsing meeting like minded people and naturally listening listening listening of course there are still some stalwarts stubbornly scattered around but by . Going for a song a chronicle of the uk record shop by garth cartwright craig fleming email published 13 subtitled a chronicle of the uk record shop it is all encompassing in both scope and delivery filling just under 300 pages with the fruits of some extensive research theres more than enough here to appeal equally to collectors who still know and enjoy the thrill of crate . If like us you like spending afternoons browsing vinyl racks then you might want to check out going for a song a chronicle of the uk record shop by garth cartwright. The in depth history of the rise fall and rise of the independent record shop in the uk with foreword by stewart lee travelling the length and breadth of the uk garth cartwright conducted 100 interviews with many record shop pioneers noted musicians and record collectors utilising comprehensive research cartwr
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