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Bay Area Record Fair November 19

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Bay Area Record Fair November 19

We'll have a booth at the Bay Area Record fair on November 19, 2017. It's held at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco. If you're in the area, definitely check it out. It's free admission! We'll have lots of copies of most everything to sell you, plus stickers, buttons, patches, etc. Kris will have some 45's from his private collection to dig through, too. Make sure to stop in and say hi if you're in the area. Lots of other local labels, stores, and other vinyl merchants will be there.

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Komarov Records

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Komarov Records

Well, it took a while, but I finally got all of the Komarov 7's and 12's into my office in California.

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M. Lockwood Porter - The Future Ain't What It Used To Be (Live at 25th Street Recording)

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M. Lockwood Porter - Reach The Top (Official Music Video)

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The Oklahoman: M. Lockwood Porter Interview

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Oklahoma native M. Lockwood Porter returns for OKC concert date (Click the link above for the full interview...) Music and politics aren't strangers. Especially in the folk and Americana genres that Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan defined and mined with a social conscience decades ago. Skiatook native M. Lockwood Porter shares stylistic and lyrical similarities with those icons in his politically minded new album “How to Dream Again,” but he's not aiming to make music from those eras. It's an album for today, and the opening track is a searing evaluation of the American dream. The California-based musician is delivering...

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