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In The Window: Blue Rodeo, Crazy Bastards Alphabet, Van Halen, Gabriel Brown

For this week's In The Window, I stopped by Around Again in cozy Baldwin Village. The store offers a variety of used vinyl and CD's in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. In addition to the variety of musical genres to peruse (including rock, jazz, blues, classical, etc.), you'll also find refurbished turntables and other vintage equipment.

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ALBUMS

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Martin from Around Again recommends...

Blue Rodeo Albums
"Early Blue Rodeo when they were just finding their sound. Recorded with their original line-up with Bob Wiseman on keys."

Crazy Bastards Alphabet
"Recorded with John French - it's really wacky, free-form rock music with a jazz influence. Henry Kaiser is a really well known outside guitar player."

Peterson & Pass & Brown - The Giants
"One of the greatest jazz pianists ever. He actually lived in Mississauga for the last 30-40 years of his life. Although you won't see it in this album, he was also a great singer who was extremely influenced by Nat King Cole"

Around Again was mentioned in a comment in last week's In The Window noting they had the best $2 bin in town - and they did in fact have it right out front. So vinyl fans might want to put this one on their list. On my way out Martin left me with a neat little fact: staff like to keep the color scheme in the window true to their store in general: red, black and white. And I have to admit, the colour-coding looks pretty cool.

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