The ARChive of Contemporary Music's Swingin' Summer Record & CD sale.
To help support the ARChive : a not-for-profit music library with over 2,25 million sound recordings –
America's largest and BEST popular music collection.
At our ground floor office, Lower Manhattan : 54 White St. 3 short blocks south of Canal, between
Broadway & Church St in Tribeca. Take the #1 train to Franklin, or any train to Canal.
Saturday, June 7 – Sunday, June 15 Everyday 11 am. to 6 pm
Admission is free! New recordings added daily. Over 20,000 items for sale
CDs are NEW donations from record companies and collectors, NOT used, returns or defects!
Mostly pop + rock recordings. Collectible LPs are priced below book/online value.
Hundreds of CDs are priced at $1 to $5 each. Just released NEW & HOT CDs are $5 – $10.
OUR CDS ARE CHEAPER THAN DOWNLOADING!
THIS SUMMER specials – Piles of Japanese pressings of Nonesuch CDs • Incredible selection of
Jazz CDs • original vintage 60s psychedelic posters from the Gande Ballroom in Detroit • RARE
Fillmore East programs • Turntables + audio equipment • Vintage Rock + music magazines
For the dis-en-vinyled – our Astroturf Yard Sale section of vintage kitchen wares and clothing!!!
PLUS – Shelves of music books • Classic Rock LPs African, Reggae & world-music releases
MOST Classical LPs $1.00 or LESS • videos + DVDs
COCKTAIL PARTY – ARChive Members are invited to a cocktail party Thursday, June 5.
Members shop before the general public. JOIN or call for info: 212-226-6967.
Generous party donors : Bonnie's Grill in Brooklyn, Tribeca’s Bubble Lounge and Two
Boots everywhere. Once again, Kenny hipster city bus driver is bartender for a day.
ABOUT US – ARC is a not-for-profit archive, library and research center. We collect, preserve
and provide information on popular music from 1950 to the present. ARC keeps two copies of all
recordings released in America. Columbia University is our academic partner.
Board of Advisors : David Bowie, Jellybean Benitez, Jonathan Demme, Youssou N’Dour, Keith
Richards, Nile Rodgers, Todd Rundgren, Fred Schneider, Martin Scorsese, Paul Simon, Mike Stoller.
ARChive of Contemporary Music • 54 White Street, Tribeca / NY, 10013
tel : (212) 226-6967 e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
The amazing NEW WEBSITE is at : www.arcmusic.org
For the first time access to our catalog and hundreds of rare, unusual and useful images
SUPPORT LOWER MANHATTAN!
LINK TO OUR SALE ON THE WEB HTTP://WWW.ARCMUSIC.ORG/SUPPORT/RECORD–SALE/
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