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Dave Harwood
12 Dec 2023 at 04:54
I found this article: 'The life and times of Shepherds Bush market' on page 11 of the 'Hammersmith & Shepherds Bush Gazette' dated 4th July 1974: “This week the Gazette traces one of the oldest stores in the market. W. G. Records, started off as the Western Gramophone Repairing Co., selling cylinder records for the Edison Bell machines.”
… and this piece from the 'Kensington Post' dated 31st March 1972: “... record tokens for the 'Diamonds Are Forever' sound-track (donated by the local W. G. Record Shop).”



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