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VENDORS DRAW A CROWD WITH VINTAGE VINYL

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    CTY records04p Breck Bunce, of Detroit, and Peter Wilgus, of Cleveland, listening to a record on Wilgus' battery-operated Fisher-Price Big Bird portable record player. The record was a "polka-rock" recording. Bunce is especially interested in 60s soul and gospel; Wilgus a record seller, likes 60s garage, modern jazz, gospel and hillbilly music. The Glass City record Show in Toledo, Ohio on February 3, 2008 in Toledo, Ohio included the buying and selling of albums, 45s, tapes, CDs, posters, DVDs and other music related items. The Blade/Jetta Fraser

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Paul Wooten of Toledo; his brother, Joe, of Monroe, and Don Nash of Toledo, from left, look at some of the vinyl on sale during the Glass City Record Show.





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Rhonda Schuman says it is worth coming to each year from her home in Manchester, Mich., because 'it's a really nice show.'




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CTY records04p Breck Bunce, of Detroit, and Peter Wilgus, of Cleveland, listening to a record on Wilgus' battery-operated Fisher-Price Big Bird portable record player. The record was a "polka-rock" recording. Bunce is especially interested in 60s soul and gospel; Wilgus a record seller, likes 60s garage, modern jazz, gospel and hillbilly music. The Glass City record Show in Toledo, Ohio on February 3, 2008 in Toledo, Ohio included the buying and selling of albums, 45s, tapes, CDs, posters, DVDs and other music related items. The Blade/Jetta Fraser

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Breck Bunce of Detroit and Peter Wilgus of Cleveland, from left, listen to a selection on Mr. Wilgus' battery-operated Fisher Price portable record player. The show yesterday at the Knights of Columbus hall on Secor Road included 45s, tapes, CDs, DVDs, posters, and other music-related items.





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