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Come to this place to absolutely blow your mind.If you or a friend collect vinyl record albums-GO!Easy to find anything because of the awesome layout and categorization.Really great prices,And the owner - looks like Jerry Garcia.I used to go to Heads Together in the 70's. Jerry's records is 10 times bigger. Every category of music. See the vintage room- nice antique decor and Victrola records.Very nice people working there. They bought my whole collection of albums. Check it out-well worth it to go to Squirrel Hill. OY VE-NO OBAMA
11/09/08Provided by Citysearch
My 17 year old son loves vynal even though he has over 500 CDs and an Ipod. He loves the original art work and feels the sound on a record is 100% better. We have shopped at your store every month for the last 4 years. The staff is informative, the selection is huge, and your prices are the best. We travel over an hour to shop and it is worth ever minute to get there. Jerry thanks for being the best.
05/10/07Provided by Citysearch
Hands down, the best rare/used vinyl store I've ever seen or heard of. We're talking Rock, Pop, Country, Folk, Spoken Word, Classical, Reggae, Hip Hop, Soundtracks, Childrens, Sound Effects, Jazz, Blues, 80's, New Wave, Dance, R&B....you name it, Jerry probably has it. Widest selection I've ever seen, and the prices CAN NOT BE BEAT. The average record is 2-4 dollars, and you can usually find what you want. Importantly, they get new records in EVERY WEEK, so your shopping experience is never repetitive. Rare records are also available, and the prices are very fair. To top it off, the staff is off the wall knowledgeable, and there isn't any question they can't answer. They've been at it for decades and when it comes to vinyl, it's all about the love of music and collecting. Show them a record, and they'll tell you when it was pressed, and the story behind the album. A visit to Jerry's is like getting a masters in music, and the classes are free. Various listening stations are available to sample the music as well. Go to any music store and 30 bucks will buy you three CD's, tops. Go to Jerry's and you'll walk out with 10-15 albums. They also sell and repair turntables at reasonable prices. Recently I moved from Pittsburgh and I'm usually disgusted by the prices and limited selection I've found in NYC and LA. Nothing compares. So if you find yourself on Murray avenue, and you notice the humble entrance to Jerry's opposite Kazanski's Deli, do yourself a favor and climb up the stairway to record heaven.
01/05/05Provided by Citysearch
There's no place like Jerry's and I sport my Jerry's T-shirt with pride! I have found so many gems here. Like me, you may lose yourself and not realize that you've been there for 7 or 8 hours! You will definitely supplement your vinyl collection with ease here! For an added bonus, meet Jerry himself when you're there.