"Sounds-To-Go. Gone But NEVER Forgotten."

A review of Sounds To Go by MICHAEL OPOKU (Trio) written on Friday 14th of January 2022


No question it was my favourite record shop. 90% of my 6000 odd vinyls and cd's were bought there. It was an end-of-month ritual for my two friends and I. Pete and Alfie were the best hosts. You got great music, latest imports and not forgetting the fresh coffee. Today however is a sombre one, as Pete has passed away and is being buried today. The church possession will drive by the location of where Sounds-To-Go was. God bless you, Pete "Rock", and thank you and Alfie. 😪.

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