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A steady flow of customers thumbed their way through the stacks, arranged in plywood bins against a backdrop of vibrant orange walls.
Shop owner Steve Haynes visited with customers, offering to carry their armlo of vinyl to the front counter as they continued to shop. His wife, Verna, eventually ed him and took a seat behind the till. But in the last two years, the music industry reportedly began to recover, with vinyl sales included.
In sales were up for first time sinceaccording to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, which analyzes the global market. When asked about the outlook of their business they were not overly optimistic.
But the couple said their business, which opened its doors in early December, is doing better than either of them imagined. For them, Verna said, the store is more of a labor of love.
We just want to share the music. Opening the shop is part of his record purge to make space for new vinyl at home.
Steve also orders a smaller variety of new music. He actually has record collections, though. I have done that before.
A few might be a little dusty, but Steve and Verna offer to clean them before bands, such as The Who, walk out the door in the arms of a new owner. Steve got a phone call from a family member, which resulted in the start of his collection, thanks to some garage sale vinyl. Verna chuckled at the thought of some of his reactions when it came time to say goodbye to his records. There is still work to be done on the shop.
Right now, shops hours are limited. They have day jobs and only operate the store from 5 to 8 p. It has a Motown sound to it and is the kind of music that makes people move. We really want to share it because its music and you should share music. The days are shorter. We are losing nearly six minutes a day. The S. Dora touched lives on and became part of the history of the Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral Alaska. You Passion in anchorage and kept us alive. It is what it is: Puppy love.
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