Only DOLLY PYTHON has such a great assortment of unusual Christmas albums on both the LPS and 8 TRACK formats.
Bet your last Christmas shopping dollar that your lover or coworker does not have Little Drummer Boy on 8 track or The Osmonds Christmas record on vinyl.
Even Santa can’t deliver stuff this cool.
So give the gift of Format Love. Yule be glad you did. Get it? That’s a Christmas joke!!
CLOUD 8 MUSIC opened it’s first location in DOLLY PYTHON on October 28, 2008. President Bush attended the opening ceremony.
That means that on October 28, 2014, Mr. Burnett’s music store inside the Dolly umberella celebrates it’s 6th anniversary. But wait, there’s more!
October 28 is also store owner Bucks Burnett’s birthday. He turned 50 when CLOUD 8 was born, so he now turns 56.
Stay tuned to this site and his Bucks Burnett Facebook page for upcoming announcements.
“I’m gonna celebrate the shit out of this magic event. There will be a party, crazy sales, FREE RECORDS. We’re gonna party like its $19.99.”
And you know he will.
Historical paper goods are always plentiful at CLOUD 8 MUSIC in DOLLY PYTHON. Vintage PROMO POSTERS, ADS, MAGAZINES, and even local band flyers as seen here. LOCO GRINGOS, people! Not reprints, originals from the ancient days. Extremely hard to find and when they sell they are GONE.
CLOUD 8 MUSIC
“Buy It. Now.”
REPRISE WEIRDNESS !!
From the late Sixties to the mid Seventies, Reprise Records, based at Warner Bros. Records in Burbank, was without a doubt the coolest and weirdest major label in the world. Or in the universe for that matter.
Fathom if you can all four of these maniacs being on the same record label at the same time, a label started by Frank Sinatra, no less!
Even more unbelievable; all four artists were also featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
Cloud 8 Music owner Bucks Burnett actually worked at Reprise Records in 1985. His store in Dolly Python always carries mint vintage pressings by these misfits.
It is simply an era that cannot be Reprised.