This is the basement window at Bull Moose Music, probably the most popular record store in the city these days. A walk down the stairs and through the door and you'll enter a world of CDs, DVDs, posters, incense and yes even vinyls. It reminds me so much of the old Recordland on Congress Street. Back in high school, before the invasion of mall record stores, it was the ONLY place to buy 45s or albums. As I remember, I didn't buy much, but I did love to walk the aisles and check out the new album covers. Growing up, one of my favorite bands was the Byrds and their twanging 12 string, electric guitars. I liked their sound and their look. They covered a lot of Dylan stuff and their original songs I liked too. I even took a bus, in a driving snow storm, purchased their second album "Turn, Turn, Turn" at Recordland and gave it away to a young lady for Christmas. What we do for love? At least that's what I did. And the music goes on forever.