Someday your children will tell their children that in the olden days people used to actually go into stores with thousands of square feet filled with large packages that contained music and they purchased these enormous discs upon which music resided. They also dressed really badly. The children will roll their eyes at the thought.
Verily, rest your eyes upon Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles in 1971 as the employees unpack box after box of All Things Must Pass, the brand-new George Harrison solo album. Via Waxpoetics.com