Below is a small sampling of the new arrivals hitting the racks Saturday morning. Our e-mail newsletter subscribers receive the full list, so make sure to click the sign up button on the website or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject "Sign Me Up!"
In other news....
- Check out our other expansion stall for other formats plus a special crate of blow out DJ singles for $1 each. These albums are NOT cleaned per our usual, but you may request cleaning for $1 extra per album (discounted for large purchases).
- Starting this weekend and running through the end of August, all budget bin are 1/2 price.
- We now carry a small selection of 78s.
- We received a large lot of 8-tracks. Unknown which artists we have, but these will be priced and out by Saturday afternoon.
AC/DC – Highway to Hell
AC/DC – Back in Black
David Bowie – Young Americans
Bread – The Best of Bread
Buffalo Springfield – Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield
Chicago – IX: Chicago’s Greatest Hits
Bruce Cockburn – Stealing Fire (sealed)
Cream – Strange Brew: The Very Best of Cream
Everly Brothers – 24 Original Classics
Fleetwood Mac – Rumours
Arlo Guthrie – Alice’s Restaurant
Daryl Hall and John Oates – Greatest Hits: Rock ‘n Soul Part I
Grant Hart – Every Everything/Some Something (sealed,, vinyl + dvd combo)
The Hollies - Greatest Hits
Journey – Escape
John Lennon – The John Lennon Collection
The Mamas and The Papas – 16 of Their Greatest Hits
Paul McCartney – Ram
Monster Museum – Safety Dances (new, local, limited to 100 copies)
Muscle Shoals Horns – Born to Get Down
Mystical Weapons – Crotesque (sealed RSD release)
Roy Orbison – Golden Days (UK Import)
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Damn the Torpedoes
Queen - News of the World
Saxon - s/t (French import)
The Sugarcubes – Birthday (promo 12” single)
John Wayne – America, Why I Love Her
Hank Williams – 24 of Hank Williams’ Greatest Hits
Hank Williams, Sr. – 24 Greatest Hits Vol. 2
The best part of Ramm On Records, at least for me, is how many women, girls, and couples I am seeing in the store. It is proof positive that the boys club has been infiltrated for quite some time. It makes me so happy!
Trax on Wax, my favorite record store (yes, still), was the first store where I saw the glass wall had come down. Gary is an awesome guy and gets that anyone can love vinyl as a format. Actually, I have always thought Gary saw this as a no brainer, which is even more awesome.. Trax was the first record store I had ever been to that didn't feel like a boys club. It is a place where people who love records can buy records. That simple and yet so much more.
I hope Ramm On Records is that place, too. David and I love seeing couples who enjoy records together. We love seeing the kids and teenagers who use their allowance to buy records and really know the music, grandmothers buying Led Zeppelin IV for their grandchild, an 81 year old who treasures finding an album they loved as a kid. We love seeing a guy excited to finally find a DC Star picture disc, a grade school boy helping his mom find an album from the budget bin, a tween girl bonding with her dad over The Eagles, people pulled in by the music and reminiscing about listening parties "back in my day."
We just love seeing people enjoying our store (ok, flea market stall) and finding the music they love.
Below is a sneak peek at our new arrivals, edited from the full list. To see a more comprehensive listing of our new arrivals, please e-mail email@example.com with the words "Add me to the list!" to be added to our e-mail newsletter. Our newsletter also will include exclusive sales, updates, and interesting tidbits. You will not receive more than 2 e-mails per week.
As always, our Facebook page is a great way to stay up to date, but to have the most inclusive experience with Ramm On Records, please make sure to visit the website, our Facebook page, AND join our mailing list.
New Arrivals 7/22/17 (edited from full list sent to mailing list members)
Argent – Nexus
The Beatles – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles – Rock ‘n’ Roll Music
Gary U.S. Bonds – Dedication
Caravan – For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
Caravan – Caravan & The New Symphonia
David Bowie – Ziggy Stardust
Dokken – Tooth and Nail
Frumpy – By the Way
Funkadelic – One Nation Under a Groove
Grim Reaper – See You in Hell
Klaatu – Self-titled
Kraan – Wintrup (German import)
Kraan – Let It Out
Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy
Julian Lennon – Valotte
Loverboy – Self-titled
Loverboy – Lovin’ Every Minute of It
Lynyrd Skynyrd – Second Helping
Nektar – A Tab in the Ocean
Nektar – Remember the Future
New Trolls – Concerto Grosso Per I (Italian import)
New Trolls – UT (Italian import)
New Trolls – Searching for a Land (Italian import)
Night Ranger – Midnight Madness
Night Ranger – 7 Wishes
Nucleus – Snakehips Etcetera
Hello, everyone! Welcome to Ramm On Records' humble little home on the web. Check in here for updates, sales, new arrivals, news, interesting tidbits, and more. We look forward to hearing from our customers and visitors to our website.
A few things to look forward to:
Come visit us at the North Point Plaza Flea Market and like our Facebook page for exclusive sales and updates.