Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Pitchfork Records

On our way to Boston yesterday we stopped in Concord N.H. where my wife had a business meeting. The three youngest kids and i wandered around town while she met and found a great record store called Pitchfork Records. The shop occupies a huge two story space with mostly new product upstairs and used stuff in the basement. The hippie working the counter was super friendly and didn't seem to mind the kids running around half crazy. The vinyl selection was awesome and cheap. They had a huge selection of singles that would be worth the price just for the cover art. They had used cd, vhs tapes DVDs and stereo equipment. I bought this sweet shirt for $10 and a vhs copy of Evil Dead II for $2. I honestly could have spent all morning there digging through the bins but the kids had spotted a toy shop down the block. I highly recommend that you stop in if you are in the neighborhood.

Download - Ash is Back(Evil Dead Remix)
Download - Evil Dead Groovy

6 comments:

Ryan said...

maybe we can go there during the visit??

Anonymous said...

Hey, I live in Concord and agree Pitchfork is an excellent record store. You can find a lot of hard-to-find stuff usually.

Anonymous said...

Mike and George are really good, knowledgable staff. Hey, they are huge Bloomfield and Al Kooper fans as well!! If you want any of that vintage music from better times, Pitchfork is the place to go!

Old Man Down The Rd said...

Mike has been there since DAY ONE. And believe it or not, the last time I was there, he STILL recognized me, after 25 years!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Way too much undeserved positivity... was told two different things, once by phone and the second in person while addressing the same gray-haired and bearded clerk. His response to the confusion he created was in a well deserved word 'arrogant' , which can be found in other reviews of the service provided at the business. I'm quite confident that both the artists creating the media he sells and I will be best served by cutting him out as the middle man in his well-deserved future.