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Bernard was my uncle and was brother-in -law to Paul(see Paul For Music)
Paul started in the music business after the war by selling in the market at Club Row,off Petticoat Lane.From small beginnings he opened shops and market stalls
Bernard and then his brother Ronnie also opened shops in later years.
Other relatives also followed suit--namely Derek Fox of Derek's Records and Nat Fox his brother(see Nat's Records)An extended family of record sellers!! All are now deceased except for Derek. Comment: David Shoben.

(April 24, 2015) When I started work aged 16 in Southwark Street in Dec 1961 (was there until April 1964), Bernard's Ludgate Circus shop was one of my regular lunchtime haunts. Bought many a classic record there - recall buying Buddy Holly's "Reminiscing" on release. Bernard's opened a branch in the late unlamented St Christopher House in Southwark Street around 1963/64. Comment: Jim Clay

Name Trevor Fleisig Comment: I used to buy all my Big Band LP'S from Bernard A really lovely shop for browsing all best wishes from Trevor Fleisig. (April, 18, 2017)

WOW this is so amazing to see.Bernard was my dad, I loved that shop. I spent every moment that I could there. So many celebrities used to visit mainly due to my dad's incredible personality. Such a happy family business, would love to hear from anyone who remembers Bernard and has a story, he was such a character. I'm sure all his regular customers would have something funny to say
Lorraine Klein

Wow this is amazing to see. Bernard's record shop full of warmth and personality. That's why people came from miles to buy from Bernie. You would always see the Hollies, Millie, , Jack Wild, Anita Harris and so many big names visiting. Bernue was invited to Paul Macartney, Elton John and all the celebs parties as he was such a massive Character. He left us far to early. Any memories or funny stories of Bernie please do message me.
Lots of love
Lorraine Klein

I remember Bernards record shop located at Ludgate Circus. It was just around the corner from where I worked in the mid sixties. Bernard, on request would play a record for you to listen on headphones before you bought the record. When did this shop close?




Bernard's Record Shop 2 Imperial Parade New Bridge Street , EC4 94 Southwark Street Waterloo, SE1

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