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London record shop 1960s

London record shop 1960s

SOUNDS AMAZING: Two customers at the famous HMV store on London’s Oxford Street listen to music in a newly installed booth, on 24 November 1955. Opened in 1921 by composer Sir Edward Elgar and set on three floors, HMV was the world’s largest music shop in its day

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SOUNDS AMAZING: Two customers at the famous HMV store on London’s Oxford Street listen to music in a newly installed booth, on 24 November 1955. Opened in 1921 by composer Sir Edward Elgar and set on three floors, HMV was the world’s largest music shop in its day

London music shop, 1960s,

“Costumers at a music store listen to the latest record reeases in soundproof listening booths.

Customers at a London music store listen to the latest record releases in soundproof listening booths, 1955.

You're a Baby Boomer if you used to buy your music at a place called a "record store." Yes I'm a boomer and I bought 'records' at a record store.

Клиент прислушивается к последних релизов, на стенде слушал в ХМВ магазине за 363 Оксфорд-Стрит, Лондон, 24 ноября 1955.

A customer listens to the latest record releases at a listening booth in the HMV shop at 363 Oxford Street, London, November

Customers listening to the latest record releases at a listening booth in the…

Customers listening to the latest record releases at a listening booth in the HMV shop at 363 Oxford Street, London, November The records are being played on gramophones attached to each booth.

These 1955 record store listening booths were very space age

These 1955 record store listening booths were very space age

HMV's Sound-Isolating Vinyl Listening Booths from the A customer enjoys a record at the press button listening panel in the HMV shop at 363 Oxford Street, London, November The huge youth market was attracted by new-type sound-proof listening booths.

Customers listen to the latest record releases at a listening booth in the HMV shop at 363 Oxford Street, London, 24th November 1955. The records are being played on gramophones attached to each booth and signs specifiy the post as being for 78 RPM records only.

Three youths share a private listening booth in a London record store 1955

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c. 1955 Vinyl listening booths

These 1955 record store listening booths were very space age

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