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Love Garden Sounds
936 1/2 Massachusetts St.
Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A.
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Phone: 785-843-1551
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Size: Medium
New/Used: New & Used
Formats: Vinyl, CD, T-shirts, Posters, Books
Styles: Punk Rock, Indie Rock, Country, Electronic, Ska, Surf, Rockabilly
Listening Post: Unknown

It doesn't get better than Love Garden. I've traveled all over, I can't think of a store that does it better overall. FANTASTIC used LP & CD selection, HUGE dollar bin for LPs. The staff at this store gets my #1 vote for a combination of knowledge & friendliness. If you're like me, you'll need a whole day to do this place properly.
submitted by John Kass, 2003-08-11 13:26:17
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Great store, portly felines, good selection.
submitted by matthew buttafuco, 2003-11-09 14:45:56
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As a music junkie I've seen a lot of record stores from New York City to Seattle to San Francisco. Love Garden is the Midwest's premiere record store. Great selection of 45's, incredible selection of used & new country/rock/punk/new wave/reggae/soul/jazz/hip-hop vinyl & cd's, unusual and rare lp's/cd's/dvd's, a magnificent cross-section of excellent independent comics & mags, fantubular selection of local artists, blah, blah, blah...just go there and gawk. You will not be disappointed. Pet the cats!
submitted by Gordo, 2004-03-24 15:14:17
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This is one of the single best record stores I've ever been to.
submitted by Dusty, 2004-07-02 18:25:56
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Fabulous! Wins extra points for looking like just a tiny doorway- but being the size of a small barn upstairs. I spent a dizzy afternoon there & heard they had to kick Ira Kaplan out at closing time.
submitted by Chris Streng, 2004-12-21 20:23:05
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Didn't want to toot our own horn, but I felt I had to clear up a misconception in the previous review. We would never, ever kick Ira Kaplan (who has visited us a number of times)out of the store, even if we had to stay open late for him to shop. It was J Mascis who was kicked out.
submitted by Jon Harrison, 2004-12-29 14:21:05
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