Summer’s not over yet! Come on down to our next show, August 21 for some great music finds!

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Summer is not over yet, so get some cool deals at our next show, Sunday, August 21, 9 am -3 pm at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department in Arbutus. Always free admission and plenty of free parking! 

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Boy, there were there so many different and interesting finds at last month’s show! First up since our wonderful, young Orioles team is doing so well, we came across some cool albums, immortalizing the 1964 pennant race, “Pennant Fever,” an album about the “Earl of Baltimore,” Earl Weaver, and “1970: Year of the Birds,” exciting play-by-play action of the Orioles flight to the World Championship.

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Keeping with the sports theme, we found a set of albums about famous Formula One race car drivers of the past, including legendary British driver (Sir) Stirling Moss, American champion Phil Hill, American designer, racing driver, and entrepreneur Carroll Shelby (you can learn more about him and his challenge (as a Ford man) to Ferrari in the film, “Ford vs. Ferrari”), and the colorful Spaniard who drove for Ferrari, The Marquis de Portago.

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The debut album by The Runaways in 1976. Joan Jett is on the cover and she was only 16 years old! A steal at $50!

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Finally, one of the very few, perhaps the biggest, group to challenge the nearly total dominance of The Beatles in the 1960s, America’s own, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. This rare album (for $400!) pits them in “The International Battle of the Century,” put out by Vee-Jay Records. They were both legendary in their own way!

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