The sales of vinyl records have slowly been on the rise since their dramatic plunge in the late 80’s. With a steady and dedicated following returning to this medium, finding used vinyl is a tough task.
Academy Records in Midtown offers a wide variety of vinyl from a sweeping array of genres. From classical operas and symphonies, to rock and roll or rhythm and blues, as well as modern rock,
Academy Records has everything for the beginning and experienced collector. The record store buys and sells used vinyl in addition to CD's and DVD's, ensuring their wide inventory is constantly changing.
Check out some of these current highlights:
- ‘Wheels of Fire’ by Cream: This 1968 rock album is Cream’s third album release, featuring classic tracks like “Born Under a Bad Sign” and “White Room,” which catapulted Cream to the top of American charts. Cream features famous guitarist Eric Clapton and this early work showcases some his original style.
- ‘Anthology’ Promo by The Beatles: The Beatles Anthology is a collection of alternate versions and studio sessions by the famous band. This rare promo features five tracks including “One After 909”, “And I Lover Her” and “Three Cool Cats”.
- ‘Brilliant Circles’ by Stanley Cowell: American jazz pianist Stanley Cowell spearheaded a number of skillful jazz ensembles with some of classic jazz greats. This 1969 LP is on Freedom Records and features some amazingly progressive jazz numbers.
Check out more new and used vinyl from Academy Records. Stop in and browse through the vast inventory of musical genres, styles and eras. Sell your vinyl records and pick up something new today.