Boise Record Show and Swap 

Sunday, Oct. 30

CDs and MP3s have brought convenience to music lovers, but vinyl records--with their warm, full sound combined with imperfections like popping and hissing--still have a special place in the hearts of collectors.

The Vinyl Preservation Society of Idaho will host a gathering of local and out-of-state record dealers at The Linen Building for the Boise Record Show and Swap on Sunday, Oct. 30.

Are you looking for a copy of the stereo version of Bob Dylan's 1963 album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan or Elvis Presley's 1954 That's All Right 45? While these are two expensive and highly sought-after records, you will be able to fill in the gaps in your collection without breaking the bank.

Whether you're a collector with a full-blown compulsion to complete your library or a music lover whose vinyl collection is gathering dust in the garage, bring it down and trade it in for cash.

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