Calling all record shops: Join Goldmine’s directory now!

Record stores, where are you? Collectors, where do you buy your records?

Goldmine is compiling a directory of record stores, and we want to make sure you’re included. (After all, what better way to plan a road trip for a concert or convention than being able to head to a free directory to find all the shops you should visit along the way?)

Be sure to include the shop’s name, address including city and state, as well as hours of operation, telephone number, and e-mail and Web site addresses (if there are any). And if you have the shop owner’s name? Even better!

You can e-mail shop information to us at or leave the information in the comments (below). If you like snail mail better, drop a line to: Goldmine, Attention Record Store Directory, 700 E. State St., Iola, WI 54990. 

13 thoughts on “Calling all record shops: Join Goldmine’s directory now!

  1. Having grown up in southern California shopping at Wenzel’s, Wallach’s Music City, Licorice Pizza and Sound Spectrum, I now live in the midwest and my favorite is Zzz Records, 2200 Ingersoll, Des Moines, IA 50312, phone (515) 284-1401, website
    Owner is Nate Niceswanger and one of the best things about ZZZ is that Nate has kept the local record swap active and regular.

  2. Chad’s Records
    321 Vine Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37403
    Chad Bledsoe has been in business for over 20 years, and is the largest record store in the Chattanooga area with over 25,000 albums in stock. He also carries CD’s, cassettes, DVD’s, and videos. Buy sell or trade. A very nice neighborhood record store and a great place to hang out and just talk music!

  3. Fred’s Records
    198 Duckworth Street
    St. John’s, NL, Canada
    (709) 753-9191

  4. Imagine Music & More
    105 N. Monroe Street
    Lebanon, MO 65536
    (417) 533-2434
    Owner: Matt Richardson

    Great environment, great neighborhood, buy/sell/trade
    Records, CDs, comics, books, dvds, blu-rays.

  5. House of records / Turn Table Treasures
    608 N. Prospect, Tacoma, WA 98406
    We do take orders over the phone and will ship to anywhere in the country. we will also send photos of the equipment of records requested.
    Mon – Fri: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
    Sat: 12:00 am – 7:00 pm
    Sun: 12:00 am – 5:00 pm

    We are the Northwest’s only all vinyl shop. No CD’S.
    We also have a large selection of new and used turn tables and stero equipment. We love our customers and are always ready to help the audiofile or the casual listener with the same enthusiasm!

  6. Elizabeth’s Records
    3037 Indianola Ave.
    Columbus, Ohio
    open Monday-Saturday 11 AM – 8PM
    Sunday 11-7

    Family run vinyl only shop, mostly used, some new. Eclectic, fun and friendly…in the Clintonville area of Columbus.

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