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Journal of No. 118


January 22nd, 2006

(no subject) @ 07:41 am

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After serving Los Angeles for 35 years, Rhino Records' Westwood store is closing its doors.
Aron's Records, a Hollywood institution for 40 years, is also going out of business.

First, the bookstores vanished, now the music stores. TV maybe killed the former, and the internet maybe killed the latter. I suppose people grew sad and nostalgic when livery stables and buggy shops went out of business, too.
 
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From:hommieggg
Date:January 22nd, 2006 05:39 pm (UTC)
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Reading this makes me really sad. I love Aron's-great selection and cheaper than other stores too.
From:(Anonymous)
Date:January 22nd, 2006 05:44 pm (UTC)
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Much as I love Amoeba Records, they got blood on their hands.

Anybody know how the Penny Lane stores are doing?

-K-
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From:freudinshade
Date:January 22nd, 2006 06:27 pm (UTC)

Not so hot,I think...

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The one in westwood closed down a few months ago. I think they're doing ok in Pasadena, but I haven't been in there in a while. I think Amoeba and Second Spin have definately had an impact, and of course online stuff.


Journal of No. 118