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Name: ​Ollie Cram
Comment: I used to regularly buy imported records here for £1! It was hit and miss at the time. But two of the best I bought there, imports, were Wally Badarou Back To Scales Tonight, and a guy called Prince! With an album called Controversy, which my mates thought was OK, but wouldn't go far!
(16 April 2016)


Dave Harwood
10 Jun 2024 at 10:56
I found this piece in the 'New Observer (Bristol)' dated 1st May 1992: “THE KINGSWOOD Freestyle-92 concert and the Bristol Safe Music Album were launched at the opening of a new record shop in the borough today (Friday). Freestyle is an annual free concert organised by local young people and celebrities. Last year’s event was held in Eastville Park and attracted more than 10,000 people. This year’s concert is to be held at Kingswood Park on May 25. The event was launched at the opening of the new Soundsville Records store in Two Mile Hill. Also launched today at Soundsville was the Bristol Safe Music Album project, a showcase of a wide range of Bristol musical talent. A host of celebrities who have helped to organise and supported the projects appeared at the opening including Reggae star Dan Ratchet, Rap star MC Mikee Freedom, Bristol’s Freshblood and local DJ Tristan B.”



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334 Two Mile Hill Road, Kingswood BS15 1BS Bristol / Bristol & Bath
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