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Church Street, Inverness. A real "old-school" record shop that always looked as though it hadn't changed since the '50s. Sold most things, except that nasty punk stuff, and specialised in Scottish heuchter-teuchter music as it was bang on the tourist trail. It had about 10 copies of "What" by Judy Street in its 10p deletions rack for at least two years in the late '70s. It closed about 2006, and the premises is now occupied by The Rendezvous café. They've kept the big red record-shaped door handle, though! Comment: dn784533 45cat forum

The shop was previously around the corner in Bridge Street but had to move after part of the street was demolished during the late sixties. It was agreat place to visit and had its own record booths where you could listen to all the new releases.
John Jessiman

Vivienne Rodgers
Used to pop in there to look at chart LPs and Singles. Then pop into the Wimpy for a treat with my friends.​

Katrina McKinlay

Paulene we spent a bit of time in there x

Whilst on a Glasgow schools music excursion in 1973 I bought Slade & Steelers Wheel singles at this store and still have them lol, Happy days.
Neil McLean




Record Rendezvous Church Street Inverness

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