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209. Dee Scott

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www.thelucypages.com The first and last records i bought: First: Mississippi by Pussycat in 1976, at the age of 9 (still got it too!) Last: Philophobia by Arab Strap – from Fopp a few days ago The reason for funding this project is that I sincerely believe in the phrase ‘Use it or lose it’ and sadly this […]


208. Sean McManus

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www.sean.co.uk www.wildmoodswings.co.uk To the next generation, the idea of going to a shop to buy a recording will probably seem as bizarre as the idea of going to a red box to make a phone call does now. But with the loss of physical formats, I think you also lose an important part of the […]


207. Anonymous


094. Ben Adler


093. Stephanie Webb

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I love film and I love music – so the two combined, together with the subject of the closure of a vinyl record shop was a winner for me.  Nowadays I tend to buy music online (although I still like to own a physical object which is then ripped to mp3), but I have many […]


206. Line Langebek

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London, UK Why did I support this? Because I love Jeanie’s eye for the unusual, sense of humour and we need more left of centre films up there on the big screen (and the small screens!) not less. Because I love record shops (may they never go away) and vinyl, old and new. The first […]


205. Nathaniel Miller

Nottingham, UK


204. Kate Orton

Brighton, UK


203. Rob Fletcher


202. Noel Murphy


201. Neil Fox

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www.neitherfamenorfortune.tumblr.com www.everythingisgoingtobealright.posterous.com As a filmmaker and vinyl lover, how could I not be part of Sound It Out. We need vinyl, we need record shops, we need shops that are part of a community, that understand the beauty of artefact and the power of music and literature, cinema, art. This film is needed to spread […]


200. James Waite


199. Phillip Harding


198. Cath Tyler

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www.myspace.com/cptyl Newcastle, UK Record shops to me have meant everything from music to a place to hang out to a supply of booze to a place to see music happen with music all around. we have lots of vinyl, but not a collection as such. if there weren’t places we could go to get more, […]


197. Hazel Mills


196. Ambient Air Conditioning


195. David Moss


194. Anonymous

This is a fab project!! Support independent retailers & documentary makers. Can’t wait to see the end result. Good Luck Jeanie & Gang.


193. Distraction Records

Newcastle, UK


192. Joe Whittingham


191. Anonymous


190. Donkey Stone Films

Nottingham, UK


189. David Birch


188. Emma Hewitt