Studio Musica – Grosvenor Shopping Centre Northfield. This shop has the distinction of being the shop I bought my very first album from – Frampton Comes Alive in 1976. Comment: Mark Tyler.
(Jan 30,2015) Used to buy sheet music from the Shirley shop (near the Shirley Temple restaurant!). Got the books for Rod Stewart's 'Never A Dull Moment' and Lindisfarne's 'Dingly Dell' there. Happy days! Comment:Pete Bowman
I started work as an apprentice dental technician in 1971. The dental lab was on the other side of Stratford Road to Studio Musica. I think I visited most days to have a flick through the albums. Often buying singles (T.Rex mostly) and who remembers the 7" cardboard sleeves to protect them. Comment:Mick Blizzard
Still got some of them bags myself with my records in them
Happy days queueing to get the new T.Rex singles or flicking through the albums and planning the next paper round money spend.
I remember that place, got my first single in there, long hair lover from Liverpool by Little Jimmy Osmond lol
Yes it was... got my first single from there, David Cassidy Daydreamer
Used Northfield and Shirley branches, me and my mate kept them going getting the latest chart records ready for the weekend gigs!!!
Wow, yes I remember, just across from Sainsbury's. I had not realised they were a chain though. Woolworths always seemed to get my business for the latest 7inch from my pocket money!
I used to get all my records from the one in Grosvenor.
Brought my 1st vinyl from inside the Grosvenor when all the lads from Northfield hung around outside but as it stands I knew them all
I was a driver for Philips records and we always called it STUD MUZ
I youst to get my records from them in Northfield for my DJ
Loved it, I worked part time in the green grocers, Mitchell's in the grosvenor...so when I got paid I was straight in there
Yes a great shop I still see the Owner occasionally in Redditch . Henry they eventually sold the last shop in Shirley He’ll be pleased you all remember. B
Wagged a day off school to buy a Jam record there
I used to cycle down to the Shirley shop then cycle back home to Hall Green with the carrier bag flapping away
Think I brought my first record here jackson 5 ABC
Met Les Gray from Mud there. He officially opened it. Held his hand and had kiss and gave me and my friend a signed photo and record of Groovy Kind of love. I was about 14 I think lol xx
My first single was Queen. Killer Queen
Yep, got my first AC/DC album from there... plus many others over the years
Bought ghost town by the specials in there in 81.
Yes I bought my first single from the one in Northfield precinct.... David Cassidy, 45p!.
Bought my first single from there. Cum on Feel the Noize- Slade