Wall of Sound |  Seattle record store specializing in rare and out of print CDs and LPs

	315 East Pine St. / Seattle, Wash. 981122 USA / (206) 441-9880
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday: 10am - 8pm, Saturday: 11am - 7pm, Sunday: 12am - 7pm

Specializing in new and used avant-garde noise japanese industrial art-rock indie alternative free-jazz folk experimental ambient world electronic neoclassical electro-acoustic and other genres for the discriminating listener.

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Inside the Store
photo courtesy of EspressoBuzz

Records for sale

Updated on 4/11/13

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Wall Of Sound

Items

Brown, Trevor / My Alphabet / Used Book
$70.00

VG+

Black velvet cover

Hendrix, Jimi / Electric Church - A Visual Experience / Used Book
$100.00

VG+

Rare 1969 tour booklet

crease on front cover from top to bottom on white text area & small handwriting bottom right corner - otherwise the booklet is in VG+ shape

Keenan, David / England's Hidden Reverse / Used Book
$175.00

EX/EX

Sing Out Magazine / Volume 21 / number 4 / 1972 / Used Book
$15.00

VG

w/ sound sheet

Rev. Gary Davis

Sing Out Magazine / volume 22 / number 2 / 1973 / Used Book
$15.00

VG

w/ sound sheet

Sing Out Magazine / volume 22 / number 4 / 1973 / Used Book
$15.00

VG

w/ sound sheet

memphis minnie!

Sing Out Magazine / volume 23 / number 2 / 1974 / Used Book
$10.00

VG

no sound sheet

Various Artists / Victrola Favorites / Book
$45.00

NEW SEALED

Deluxe 144-page clothbound, full-color book of illustrations with 2 CDs featuring Burmese guitars, Chinese Opera, Persian folk songs, Fado, Hillbilly, Jazz, Blues and much, much more.

"The men behind Victrola Favorites originally used the VF name for a series of cassette compilations of 78s from far and wide, that came with a simple Xerox insert and no tracklisting... Quite the opposite, this expanded version's accompanying book comes with a complete listing of the performers (from Blind Boy Fuller's dirty "Bottle Up and Go" to He Zemin/Huang Peiying's mind-boggling "Blind Idiot Buys a Pig," via Stanley Roper's fascinating London field recordings and the sublime Greek folk music of Stella Haskil) and is packed with gorgeous full-color images of labels, phonographs, exotic postcards, and a vast array of memorabilia... this is perfection." Andreas Knutsen, Other Music