17 comments on “1960′s and 1970′s Culture Archives . . . . . . . . . . . . . RECORD STORE MANAGER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Part One: The Maverick Years . . . 1971 – 1972

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  3. T you were also responsible for the great logo that was placed on a t-shirt and which a large corporate soda company later issued a threat for trademark infringement; and you designed a logo with a crane delivering a bundle of records and painted it on the side of that old van used for pick-up and delivery. Another great contribution, which I think was yours, was growing the selection of import records for sale.

    • Well, Record Shop Girl, you seem to know a lot. Are you the cutie I worked alongside in Inglewood who basically ran the store?
      If so, Hey, howrya doin’?
      If not, from Palos Verdes, maybe?
      In any case, I appreciate your “attendance”.

  4. I also lived the same era. I am the founder of Music Odyssey records before Ken Cranes and I too had run in’s with Sid Talmage of the Record Rack. He told me “son you will never make it buying records at $2.50 and selling at $2.99”. Well, I did and so did my mentor Aarons and a half a dozen pioneers e.g. Rhino.

    Steve Gabor

  5. What a trip! Nice to finally meet you, altho the scene was tight back then so I’m sure we crossed paths.
    I spent decent cash at Music Odyssey back in the day!
    Talmadge, yeah I was a Rack Jobber for him for a year or so with a reality show-worthy cast of characters – and now that I really look back on it there were a lot of “deals” done through that one stop – by about everyone, we wuz outlaws, I know you know the feeling. Exhilarating times, and the peak of the entire music industry – at all levels – across the board.
    We got to experience it, Man, we be blessed.

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