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Brimful of Sixties Record Adverts

1960s, Art, Music, Retro Advertising, Vinyl • 2977 Views • 1 Comment on Brimful of Sixties Record Adverts

Now in its 5th year, the annual Record Store Day has become something of an international phenomenon. Falling every year on the 3rd Saturday of April it is a celebration of all the good things your local record store can supply you with (mainly vinyl records) and a way of boosting their takings for a day and keeping them in the limelight. If you have a local record shop then pay them a visit today (Saturday 21st April) and you may well find some special, one-off deals or you may find that elusive piece of vinyl you’ve been after for years. It seems vinyl is going through somewhat of a renaissance at the moment but local record shops are still struggling – if you can, give them your support, they’d love to see you.

By way of a Record Store Day celebration we’ve put together some cool advertisements from the 1960s to inspire you. Once you’ve checked them out hop on the bus and pay a visit to your local vinyl emporium. You know it makes sense!

moody blues 5-29-65
jelly beans 1965
rca_1967
moog_1969
question mark2
left banke 1967
paul b 1
atlantic_atco_1967
love
swfob 9-28-68
faces RCA 9-66
easybeats heaven july 1967
kim_fowley_1968
sarah vaiughn
hbr 9-17-66
twiggy may 1967
verve may 1967

simon garfunkel zoo march 1967

 

stones jj flash 6-8-68

 

 

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