Strange Requests and Comic Tales from Record Shops Paperback – 29 Jul 2013
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Graham Jones (author of Last Shop Standing) releases a new coffee table book on Monday 29th July. 'Strange Requests and Comic Tales from Record Shops' recount Graham's best anecdotes from over 30 years experience in music sales. The anecdotes come from people who have been often pleased and sometimes bemused to find themselves stationed behind the record shop counter and is illustrated by Guardian and Sunday Times cartoonist Kipper Williams Paul Weller
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Some of the stories could have been more interesting, but they seem to have been printed as they were received, and record shop owners aren't professional writers. But apart from adding the exclamation marks (surely they can't all have been written that way), the editors don't seem to have done anything to liven up the material.
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Brilliant anecdotes! The 'Have You Got ...?' sections had me crying with laughter!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
He loved it as an extra gift from me to my husband for Father's Day.Published 12 months ago by ellbee
Had this for a couple of weeks now and keep dipping in and out of it reading the hilarious stories of dopey customers trying to buy music before the internet, shazam etc. Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2013 by Otm Shank