Image Steve Snowdon
Stardisc, South Street. A great place to spend a Saturday afternoon. I remember the weekend that The Stones' "Let it Bleed" was released when they must have sold hundreds of copies. And then next door to the Wimpy for a coffee and a No.6.
- I worked there 1966
- David Beadle
Remember the branch on Silver Street very well. At the time the most important shop in Hull! Still have many records from there and a Stardisc bag.
I remember being at South Street the Saturday after The Stones' "Let in Bleed" was released. They must have sold hundreds of copies that afternoon. Sydney Scarborough often seems to feature as Hull's favourite record store but I always thought Stardisc was the best.
John Hull Alderson
remember buying ziggy and roxy,s debut from there too
- John Hull Alderson
in the early 70s i had a mad crush on a black haired girl who worked down silver street [opposit chicken shop] she even got me one of the first 500 pressings of dark side of the moon. fine memories!!
- Ask Johnny Pat he worked there. There is a story in his book about itI worked there 1973/4
- I remember stardisc down south St..a guy called Derek had it in 79 and my boyfriend at the time ,Shane, worked there..x we used to always pop across to salmonella shop for our lunch lol Amanda Ward