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​" They were interesting times and customers came into the shop because they were interested in the music, and because of where it was located customers such as Terence Stamp, Jonathon Ross, Steve Davis and Danny Baker were familiar faces. " Sandy Brown
A RECORD SHOP IN
​by 1995, times were becoming tough for the record shops of Soho with Dobell’s and Mole Jazz closing down. In the end, Keith amalgamated his own shop with another business and Kelvin struck out on his own, moving to other premises in Green’s Court, just off Berwick Street. He called the new shop Soho Jazz and Soul, and there he sold some memorabilia and records – new and second-hand vinyl and CDs, and the stock included a huge collection of 45 rpm records to the tune of somewhere around 20,000. They were interesting times and customers came into the shop because they were interested in the music, and because of where it was located customers such as Terence Stamp, Jonathon Ross, Steve Davis and Danny Baker were familiar faces.



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