Jim Russell Records
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1837 Magazine St · interesting places nearby
Jim Russell Records information
A dense emporium of used 45s, with some very rare, collectible and expensive disks featuring all the blues, R&B and soul stars of the past. The used LPs have mostly given way to CDs, and there's an uneven selection available. Russell, a former DJ and concert promoter who opened the store in 1968, died in 2014 at age 94, but the store rocks on.