markstevens at waitrose.com
Sat Jun 6 22:49:05 PDT 2009
When I went up to see the Threshold House Boys Choir recently a good friend
of mine took me to Mono Records (monopolis) slightly off the main drag but a
great place with good beer too, yes it is a record shop both vinyl and c.d.
It has very little 2nd hand but loads of great new stuff. There was one 2nd
hand shop that we went in but I haven't a clue what it was called.
Try the Furstenberg beer, it was super!
From: grief-bounces at hollyfeld.org [mailto:grief-bounces at hollyfeld.org] On
Behalf Of DIL23
Sent: Saturday, June 06, 2009 8:18 PM
To: grief at hollyfeld.org
Subject: Re: [Grief] GLASGOW
...we did indeed! Hello again Magmahawk - hope you are well?
....music shops? what are they? I think the internet has killed 'em all! :(
..you could try Avalanche, Ripping Records and err a couple of others I can
never remember the names of in Edinburgh - not too up on Glasgow shops -
maybe someone else can help?
I posted here earlier that Cerith Wynn Evans has an exhibition (VERY small
only 4 - 5 pieces) in Edinburgh details here:
I'll be going thru to Glasgow for the Wed afternoon - so we could meet up
before the gig if you want?
I can't think of anything else off hand right now - but will mail you off
if I think of anything.
All the best
On Saturday 06 June 2009 20:51:16 magmahawk at planet.nl wrote:
> as the glasgow event is slowly coming nearer on the calender and i have
> never ever been to scotland/glasgow i like to have some advice
> about music shops or anything interesting that is NOT in the tourist info.
> i arrive tuesday evening in edinburgh but catch a train to glasgow later.
> btw DIL didn't we already meet in london ica desetshore on a sunny sunday
> afternoon some time ago ?
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