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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Portland's Music Millennium Owner Terry Currier Talks Shop

Music Millennium owner talks about why he thinks vinyl records are making a comeback.

Posted By on Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 8:10 PM

If you picked up a copy of the Source this week, hopefully you had a chance to read our initial installment on Oregon Record Stores. We picked Music Millennium as our first stop in part because it is Oregon's oldest, but also because owner Terry Currier is perhaps the biggest music lover around. 

Watch this video below to learn a bit about what makes this audiophile tic as well as learn why he thinks the vinyl format is making a comeback. 

Music Millennium from All Cats Are Grey on Vimeo.

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