for love of music
I have loved music since I was a small boy and grew up with The Beatles’ Abbey Road and Simon and Garfunkle’s Bridge Over Troubled Water on the turntable. I first learned to play bass for a talent show at QA Thriftway’s Christmas Party on the Skansonia ferryboat on Lake Union.
My co-worker and I learned to play What I Like About You by the Romantics and I have been playing music ever since (we didn’t win, as I recall). My understanding and experience of music as well as my easy going nature and scientific and biological education all contribute to make Tune the successful shop that it is.
Some music, people, and other things we love…
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Rachael Price of Lake Street Drive
A video wherein Ms. Price records a perfect rendition of “What I’m Doing Here” in one take.
Oh, and, if you are seeing the performance here first: you’re welcome!
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some recommendations from the music lovers at tune hi-fi
Easy Street Records
It’s the record store with the best in-store performances. The West Seattle location also serves food.
Silver Platters was the first CD only store in Seattle and they now have three locations to serve you. Shiny since 1985.
The Landing Records & Discs
6319 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle
Located on lovely Roosevelt Way, The Landing is a delightful Ma (Elizabeth) and Pa (Rick) shop that can find anything for you.
They support one of the last large selections of classical music in town. While not quite a “local” record store, Tower does have a knowledgeable classical staff, an expansive collection, and frequent sales.