W. University Dr.
Denton, Texas 76201
Books & More is Home to Record Hound
|If you love
records, you'll love our huge record inventory of approximately 20,000 quality LPs,
along with a selection of 45s & 78s, all
priced at 50% off. You could browse for hours and not see everything
we have in stock. Bring your own portable player or use our listening
station. There is a huge selection of Rock albums by artists
such as the Beatles, Elvis, Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones. Country
fans can find albums by the early greats such as Hank Williams, Loretta
Lynn and Patsy Cline. Other categories include Jazz, Classical and Soundtracks.
Customers tell us that it's the best record collection in the entire
Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Come in and see for yourself.
Record dealer Cliff West, a.k.a. Record Hound, is the exclusive record and memorabilia supplier for Books & More. Cliff provides the vintage framed posters of artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Elvis and the Beatles that line the walls. All the posters are for sale.
We currently have a large supply of Elvis collector's plates. These plates make a great gift for the Elvis fan in your life. Originally priced at $35 each, they are on sale for just $25 each.
Do you have memorabilia or records you'd like to
sell? Call Cliff at 214-725-6602 or email him at
firstname.lastname@example.org. He is mainly looking
for: 50's and 60's modern Jazz; early Blues, Soul and Rhythm &
Rock (not soft Rock) and Rockabilly; 50's Country; female singers from the
50's; obscure covers, the weirder the better; 70's punk; heavy metal; picture
discs and colored vinyl; and half speed masters. Of course condition is
very important. If the records are scratched or if the covers are torn or
written on, they are pretty much worthless except in rare cases.
Cliff also sells on ebay under seller name psyco90. Check out his current listings here.
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About Cliff West
Cliff collected LPs and 45s from
the 60s and 70s as a teen, but it wasn't until he was attending the
University of North Texas in the early 90s that he decided to change direction
and turned his record hobby into a business. I
grew up with a cousin named Andy who had been collecting seriously
for years and he had accumulated all kinds of music. When he took me to my
first record convention in Austin in 1993 I learned there was so much more
to music than what you heard on the radio. There were over a million
records at the convention. I didn't know that there were that many records
in the whole world.
At the convention I saw what other people were buying and was curious about what it was that drove them to buy, says Mr. West. I was looking at the prices of some of the LP's & 45's and I couldn't believe my eyes. Some records from the 50's & 60's brought a lot of money and I was determined to learn why. Here it is over ten years later, and I'm still learning about music, because there is just so much out there. If you listened to a different recorded song every minute of every day, in your lifetime you still couldn't get through it all. Mind-boggling isn't it?
West lives in Denton, Texas and is a fulltime record dealer.