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Comment: I think it was a video hire shop, I remember they used to hire Atari games in there, my dad worked for London Transport so I recall going in there, not too sure if it sold records.

Name: Jim Ali
Comment: I owned the record shop in the tube station in the 1970s. I also hired Atari games but no videos.


Dave Harwood
10 Nov 2023 at 02:50
I found this advertorial in the 'Marylebone Mercury' dated 2nd July 1976: “WHERE TO SHOP IN HARROW ROAD • MUSIC EXPRESS, 534, Harrow Road. Sells records, tapes and cassettes. The discs available include pop, jazz, calypso and soul, together with many pre-release records imported from America and the Caribbean. There is a selection of classical records too. Cassettes and 8-track cartridges (music and blanks) are available. There is a 24-hour ordering service for any record, tape or cassette required. Mr. Von Barrington Adams, the manager, has had 12 years experience in the record business to assist customers.”
… and this advert in the same edition: “MUSIC EXPRESS • POP, SOUL, REGGAE, CALYPSO MUSIC AND A LARGE SELECTION OF OLDIES. Personal service. New imports available. ALL AT 534, HARROW ROAD, LONDON W.9. TEL: 940 4049.”



534 Harrow Road W9 3QF Maida Hill / London
Baker Street Underground Station NW1 5LA Marylebone / London
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