New Arrivals This Week at Dumb Records

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It’s another exciting week at Southtown record store Dumb Records (1107 South Grand E Ave). Thanks to all who came out to the first ever open mic night in our store this past Sunday- things went over really well and it might have been the most attended show we have held inside the record store so far! We’ll have to continue open mics inside Dumb Records. This week there are plenty of new arrivals hitting the shelves of the store, including new and used LPs, 7″s, and CDs. You can check out that list of items below, and let’s also take a look at the store’s operating hours for the week while we are at it:

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

New LPs
Brat Kings – Hypnopedia
Our Lady – Lure
Sonic Avenues – Disconnector
Sonic Avenues – Mistakes

Used LPs
Al Jolson – The Immortal Al Jolson
Andy Williams – Danny Boy
Andy Williams – Million Seller Songs
Andy Williams – Sings Rogers & Hammerstein
Andy Williams – Two Time Winners
Andy Williams – The Village of St. Bernadette
Arthur Murray – Music For Dancing
Ashley Tappen – Organ Stardust
B.J. Thomas – New Looks
Benny Goodman – The Best of Benny Goodman
Bing Crosby – Sing Along! With Bing Crosby And His Friends
Boots Randolph – The Yakin’ Sax Man
The Charlie Daniels Band – Volunteer Jam III and IV
Cristy Lane – One Day At A Time
The Danube Strings – Johann Strauss Waltzes
Dean Martin – I Take A Lot of Pride In What I Am
Eddy Howard – Sleepy Serenade
Ethel Smith – The Many Moods of Ethel Smith
Floyd Cramer – This Is Floyd Cramer
The Forest And The Water – Sounds For Love
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians – Midnight Melodies
Heartsfield – The Wonder Of It All
Jerry Reed – The Best of Jerry Reed
Jim Reeves & Patsy Cline – Greatest Hits
The Kingston Trio – Something Special
Korla Pandit – Latin Holiday
Mac Davis – Stop And Smell The Roses
Morton Gould – More Jungle Drums
Morton Gould and his Orchestra – Popular Classics
Never On Sunday – Original Sound Track Music
Perry Como – Lightly Latin
Robin Trower – Take What You Need
Roger Williams – Songs of the Fabulous Fifties
Rondo Stereophonic – The Railroad In Stereo
Sammy Kaye – The Best Of
Various – All The Great Motown Love Song Duets
Various – The Best of the 50s
Various – Big Bands’ Greatest Hits
Various – Boogie Woogie Revisited
Various – The Dancing 30’s In Percussion
Various – Great Music For Reflection
Various – Motown Superstars Sing Motown Superstars
Various – A Salute To Glenn Miller
The Wayfaring Stranger – Burl Lives
Wayne King, his Saxophone & Orchestra – The Waltz King
Wayne Newton – Danke Schoen

New 7”s
Nobro – Stoke Level: High

Used 7”s
Billy Joel Featuring Ray Charles – Baby Grand
Daryl Hall John Oates – Rich Girl b/w London, Luck, & Love

Used CDs
101 Strings Orchestra – Strings for Lovers
Adele – 25
Andy Williams – 16 Most Requested Songs
Bing Crosby – Bing Crosby
Arcade Fire – Neon Bible
Charlotte Church
Cole Porter – Songbook
Madonna – The Immaculate Collection
Nat King Cole / Django Reinhardt – Shades of Jazz
The Original Jeff Beck Group – Beck-Ola
Peter Bjorn and John – Living Thing
Pixies – Surfer Rosa
Ryan Adams – Easy Fire
Swans – To Be Kind
Tennessee Ernie Ford – Sings 22 Favorite Hymns
Various – Pure Moods
The White Stripes – Get Behind Me Satan
Willie Nelson – 16 Biggest Hits

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