205. The small record store

The small record store was located in the Hakahana suburb of Windhoek, Namibia and attracted a clientele mostly looking for obscure Afrobeat vinyl and cult folk recordings.

When you entered, the first thing you noticed were the seven soundproof booths.



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10 thoughts on “205. The small record store

  1. I admire your productivity, Im lucky if I write a flash piece every two weeks. Keep up the good work and keep the interesting stories coming.

  2. Nicely told, I was transported to the record shop (or one just like it in my own memory bank)

  3. hack4hire says:

    Thanks for the follow, Dieter, and for introducing me to a good read at your place. Regards and respects

  4. Very nice, made me smile. Thanks.

  5. philsblog01 says:

    A nice moment captured.

  6. b00kreader says:

    Nice story. PS I love that song “Put Your Records On” by Corinne Bailey Rae 😀

  7. Wow! I’m really impressed! You may have just inspired me to try and do the same thing…since I write unrelated stories all the time anyway…

  8. Dylan Dailey says:

    Corinne Bailey Rae!

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