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by Little Ayun
March 19, 2007
From journal San Francisco - On and Off the Corporate Dime
New York, New York
October 8, 2004
Walking into this Haight Street indie record store is more like going to a record convention — it is the largest indie record store in the country, and you could easily spend several hours perusing the thousands of new and used vinyl, CDs, and DVDs of any genre.
If you’re lucky, you might catch a free in-store performance. Amoeba has a history of great musicians playing free shows in store. Shows in the last few years include Devendra Banhart, Polyphonic Spree, The Thrills, and the White Stripes (just to name a few).
The staff’s knowledge of music at Amoeba is virtually unparalleled outside of New York, and it shows in their diverse selection — I walked out with a handful of obscure folk and country records that I had not come across before, and all were reasonably priced. Visit when you are prepared to spend some time shopping.
From journal If You’re Going to San Francisco…
August 17, 2004
From journal San Francisco is gorgeous!!!
October 12, 2001
From journal California: San Francisco