Thursday, April 7, 2011

Come Say Hello @ The Brooklyn Record Riot

This Sunday, I will be at the Brooklyn Record Riot along with my buddy Steven, selling some choice items from our collections. Please stop by, bring some cash and, if you have anything on my Want List, which you can find at the very bottom of this page, bring those along and maybe we can do some old-fashioned bartering.

Here are the details:

The Brooklyn Record Riot!!!
Sunday April 10th, 2011

261 Driggs Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222

Hours: Noon-8 PM

$3.00 regular admission

$20.00 early admission from 10 am-noon

Traditional Polish food.
Eight massive DJs led by Phast Phreddie.

50 plus tables of merchandise from 30 plus cool dealers hailing from the USA and Canada.

Public transportation: Warsaw is located near the L and G trains. The L train has a Bedford Avenue stop (the first stop in Brooklyn as you leave Manhattan). Exit on the Driggs Avenue side and make a right on Driggs and walk toward McCarren Park. Warsaw will be on the right, about a ten minute walk. The G train stop is on Greenpoint Avenue. Use for information on both trains.

The Brooklyn Record Riot! is not just a record show, but a full blown, day-long event. Whether you're looking for a rare Howlin Wolf or Ultimate Spinach record to help complete your collection, or if you're a beginner looking to fill that space you've just carved out as a vinyl shelf, chances are good that you'll find it at “The Brooklyn Record Riot!”.

Located in the Historic Warsaw at the Polish National Home in Williamsburg , previous Brooklyn Record Riot events have drawn 60 dealer tables, and over 40,000 vinyl records for sale of every price range and music genre. Customers have left the Brooklyn Record Riot spending $500 on one record while leave with 50 records and spend just $50 in the “dollar room”, a whole room of vinyl LP's and 45's for just a buck.

David Bowie-Low
David Bowie- The Man Who Sold The World (RCA pressing w/poster)
CCR- Green River
Sweet- Desolation Boulevard
Sweet- Give Us A Wink
Sparks- Kimono My House
James Gang-Yer Album
Procol Harum- First (Mono)
Santana- Abraxas
Santana- Lotus
Lou Reed-Debut
Lou Reed- Transformer
Iggy Pop- The Idiot
Wire- Pink Flag
Black Sabbath- Paranoid
Lee Dorsey- Yes We Can
Graham Nash- Songs For Beginners
Yesterday & Today (Y&T)- Debut on London
Heart- Little Queen
Colin Blunstone- One Year
Johnnie Taylor- Raw Blues
The Everly Brothers- Roots
Genesis- Seconds Out
Alice Cooper- Welcome To My Nightmare
Phil Manzanera/801- Live
Bobby Bland- Two Steps From The Blues
The Wild Magnolias
The Wild Magnolias- They Call Us Wild
Sam & Dave- Double Dynamite (Mono)
The Kinks- Muswell Hillbillies



Meanstreets said...

Can I bring CD's to sell ?

Anonymous said...

Wish I could join y'all but I'm in the south. Nothing like a good record show!

Meanstreets said...

I will take your non - response as a " no "............

Sal Nunziato said...

Sorry Meanstreets, but I thought you were joking. Not buying CDs.