William started collecting records when he was in the 4th grade. “A friends Mom took us to Downtown Seattle Goodwill. My friend was all over the train sets and I found “Black Gold” VINYL!! I was nine and I was hooked.
“Then in High School I had a buddy who worked at “Budget Tapes & Records” near Northgate mall. This was between the years 1976 and 1980, he didn’t like punk/new wave and was willing to give me every promo album he didn’t play in store.”
Today William is trying to slim down his collection of “80k to 100k” records.
He is selling just about everything across the board. Country, Rock, Jazz, Blues, Soundtracks, and much more. I am looking to make room in my basement so I am blowing most out at $2 each or 3 for $5.
Look for him at the October 17th Night Owl Record Show.