Ithaca Blog

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Library Sale Jones? Come to Small World Music

This promotional word for Ithaca Blog's brick-and-mortar home, Small World Music, is directed at Library Sale music fans who might be interested in another place in town with (year-round) big bargains, without the big crowds of peak times at the Sale, or the depleted selection afterwards.

Small World Music has over 1,000 LPs at $1.00 each. Right now the selection includes "Introducing the Beatles", "Layla", "Killing Me Softly" by Roberta Flack, the Silver Convention, Abba, Freddie King, David "Fathead" Newman, the Kinks, David Bowie, Genesis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Heart, Laura Nyro, the Rolling Stones, Blind Faith, Phil Ochs, Gerry Mulligan, Billy Joel, Jackie Wilson, the Shirelles, Elvis Presley - and, you know, some Tijuana Brass, let's be candid.

Small World also has another 1,000 or so competitively-priced LPs, not only in rock and pop, but blues, jazz, reggae, African, Celtic, New Orleans, folk, country, and bluegrass.

Mention this posting and take 50% off dollar LPs, 20% off all other LPs, and 10% off everything else in the store. Small World sells used and new CDs, including (always) the very newest: this week, the new ones by Annie Lennox, Bruce Springsteen, KT Tunstall, and others.

Small World Music is at 614 W. State St., down the driveway. See our ad in pdf form in the sidebar here at Ithaca Blog.

Steve Burke
for IB and SWM

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