Euclid Records, the Webster Groves music store that offers an extensive inventory of jazz on vinyl, is featured in the November issue of the record collecting magazine Goldmine.
Owner Joe Schwab talked to the mag about the store's history, the challenges facing music retailers in today's market, and the fun of serving customers with nicknames like "Mr. 2-Tapes, Schleprock, Grandmaster Fence Post, Elvis’ Sister, Mr. Forgetful and Blind Larry." Read the whole article online here.
(Edited slightly after posting.)
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