CHARITY SHOP EXCURSIONS – PART 16 – WASHINGTON

3 albums for £3

Digging in a box of Charity Shop records:

Quite often I manage to buy records when I’m actually going to the shops to buy groceries – in this instance leeks, parsnips, brussel sprouts, carrots, onions and a meat cleaver for the Christmas period. I decided to have a look in the British Heart Foundation charity shop on the off-chance that they may have had a donation of records during the past couple of weeks.

I bought three albums for three quid, that’s less than a box of cat food these days! The sticker was marked 17/12 so they had probably been out on the shelf for sale for five days. I wonder what budget label relics I had missed. The early bird catches the worm and all that.

Coming home today

I’m going to make a post on each album and select the most appealing cut. Keep checking in for those updates. The amount of records I’m buying at these charity shops means that my reviews will extend well into next year.

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