This display will transport music fans back to a golden era for the city’s record stores.
Among the exhibition’s main attractions are: gold discs from The Bluebells and Simple Minds; a fan-made silk scarf, record shop bags connected to some of Glasgow’s best-loved vinyl venues; rare club flyers, including the Volcano’s legendary ‘Partick Passport’; and a 1956 Lambretta LD 150 scooter bought by Alex Kapranos, lead singer of Franz Ferdinand, to toast his first record deal.
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