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Extract Form 'The Sharper Word' by Paolo Hewitt.

In the 1960's you could find Guy Stevens Mod DJ from the Scene club and David Williams author of ' The First Time We Meet The Blues' buying records. This shop is referenced in the book ' A Mod Anthology' as source of US imports.

Precise location was at the junction of West St and Shaftesbury Ave. In the late 60s/early 70s


Dave Harwood
07 Dec 2023 at 01:18
I found this listing in 'The Tatler' dated 20th August 1966: “Lee's in Cambridge Circus (next to Tubby Isaacs' jellied eel stall) who sell a lot of second-hand rhythm 'n' blues records, pop records and a bit of jazz. Records usually come in the £1 - 25s price bracket, He is hard to track down and usually only sets up his stall on fine days.”



Earlham Street, Cambridge Circus
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