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Mark T wrote:Uncle Chig E that is really the only time we have found any significant reggae and we're just hoping he'll be at the next fair (which is run by a different organization). If you buy other genres of music it may well be worth a trip but the reggae could be hit or miss - and of course your dollar is worth more up here right now. Not trying to put you off - if you make it up lunch is on me!
Are there any decent record fairs in the Seattle area? I'd definitely be up for a road trip, meet and up and have lunch/beers or something. I'm always game to meet more baffers and talk about music etc. Doug and I have both been to various Seattle record stores.
This Saturday is a no go for me - I'm not even going to bother with RSD as I don't think I can face the crowds.
I am hoping to get down soon and take in the Joan Miro show at SAM - saw the Picasso show a couple of years back which was excellent.
Cheers, Mark T
Billy_Boom wrote:The next record fair in Seattle is May 10th — the Big Dig in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Not a huge reggae selection the couple times I've attended but still a few nice bits and pieces.
Ital Dokta wrote:Billy_Boom wrote:The next record fair in Seattle is May 10th — the Big Dig in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Not a huge reggae selection the couple times I've attended but still a few nice bits and pieces.
Good to know - is there also a regular fair at the Seattle Center? Think I've been in town while that one was on but wasn't able to make it. A trip south to the Emerald City is definitely overdue - Jive Time is about my favourite record shop bar none - though it may have to wait until finances allow. Big ups to all northwest baffers - imo this is not the best region for reggae finds but you can get lucky here and there if you time it right!
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