Morrison Agen, the owner of Neat Neat Neat talks about the reemergence of Vinyl Records at Neat Neat Neat on Tuesday August 12, 2014, which is also Vinyl Record Day.
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A taste for vintage
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Steve Blume looks through the different records available for sale at local record shop Neat Neat Neat, at 1836 S. Calhoun St., on Tuesday during National Vinyl Record Day. The store buys and sells records and CDs.