New Arrivals This Week at Dumb Records


It’s another new and exciting week at Southtown record store Dumb Records (1107 South Grand East Avenue). There are plenty of used LPs and CDs hitting the shelves this week, and we’re talking about some quality stuff. You can see that long list at the bottom of the post. Some of you caught Dumb Records taking over the Black Sheep Radio Show this past Friday, well that just might be happening again this week! Let’s take a look at Dumb Records’s operating hours this week before getting into the new arrivals:

Tuesday (today): noon – 9:00 pm
Wednesday: noon – 8:00 pm
Thursday: noon – 8:00 pm
Friday (show): noon – 9:00 pm
Saturday (show): noon – 9:00 pm
Sunday (show): noon – 9:00 pm
Monday: noon – 8:00 pm

Used LPs
Antill – Corroboree
Billy “Crash” Craddock – Turning Up And Turning On
Bobby Vee – Take Good Care Of My Baby
Bobby Vinton – Greatest Hits
Carpenters – A Song For You
Carpenters – Close To You
Carpenters – Singles 1969-1973
The Carter Family – Keep On The Sunny Side
Charly McClain – Encore
Chicago – Chicago’s Greatest Hits
Claude Bolling – Suite For Flute & Jazz Piano Trio No. 2
Danny Davis And The Nashville Brass – Movin’ On
Dave Clark – Dave Clark’s Time The Album
Dave Sugar – Tear Time
Diana Ross And The Supremes – Reflections
Donna Summer – Live And More
The Edgar Winter Group – With Rick Derringer
Electric Light Orchestra – ELO’s Greatest Hits
Elvis Costello – This Year’s Model
Elton John – Jump Up!
Enoch Light & The Light Brigade – Movie Hits
Frank Sinatra – Ol’ Blue Eyes Is Back
Frankie Valli – The Very Best Of
Gene Ammons – Light, Bluesy, and Moody
George Antheil – Ballet Mecanique / A Jazz Symphony
George Beverly Shea – Inspirational Songs
George Thorogood And The Destroyers – Live
Herbie Mann – The Evolution Of Mann
Iron Butterfly – Metamorphosis
Iron Butterfly – Ball
The Isley Brothers – Go For Your Guns
The Jackson Five – Lookin’ Through Windows
Jay & The Techniques – Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie
Jimmy Swaggart – The Golden Gospel Piano
Johnny Cash 0 Silver
KISS – Rock And Roll Over
Lionel Richie – Lionel Richie
Little Richard – King of Rock and Roll
Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty – We Only Make Believe
Louis Armstrong / King Oliver – Louis Armstrong and King Oliver
Louis Armstrong – Archive of Folk and Jazz Music
Madonna – Madonna
Meatloaf – Bat Out Of Hell
Michael Jackson – Bad
Michael Jackson – Farewell My Summer Love 1984
Neil Diamond – Touching You Touching Me
New Monkees – New Monkees
Paul Simon – There Goes Rhymin’ Simon
Roy Acuff – Smoky Mountain Memories
Roy Clark – He’ll Have To Go
Roy Clark – The Best Of
Stan Getz / Charlie Byrd – Jazz Samba
Steely Dan – Greatest Hits
Tony Joe White – Black And White
Various – 16 Greatest Truck Driver Hits
Various – The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook
Various – The Big Beat of Yesterday
Various – Jazz Poll Winners
Various – Jazz Set
Various – Twenty All-Star Country Hits
Various – Windham Hill Records Sampler ‘86
The Ventures – The Fabulous Ventures
Walt Disney – Mother Good Rhymes And Their Stories

Used CDs
Alan Jackson – A Lot About Livin’
The Beach Boys – 32 Little Deuce Coupe
Billy Ray Cyrus – Some Gave All
Bruce Hornsby – Harbor Lights
Eric Clapton – Slowhand
Fleetwood Mac – Behind The Mask
Garth Brooks – Ropin’ The Wind
Neil Sedaka – Oh! Carol and Other Big Hits
Neil Young – Unplugged
Sha Na Na Na – 20 Greatest Hits
Various – Easy Listening Gold 1958-1959
Various – Wrangler Cowboy Christmas
Wynonna – Wynonna Kudd
Zamfir – Colors
ZZ Top – Greatest Hits



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