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Music fan Robert Rowan started work at Rumbelows, Great Charlotte Street, in 1972, then moving to Whitechapel in 1975.

He says: “It was the most sought-after job for teenagers at that time. Just being able to listen to good music of the 1970s. I worked in the basement where customers could listen to the vinyls before they bought them. Regular customers included The Real Thing, Linda Lewis, Les Gray from Mud, and Ray Clemence.”


Dave Harwood
27 Nov 2023 at 05:32
I found this advert dated 21st October 1969:
“Choose from thousands of records at Rumbelows Record Bars. Singles from 3/6. LP's from 17/6.”



Great Charlotte Street L1 Liverpool / Merseyside
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