As most of our readers know, Crate Minds is a recurring series where we highlight Sellers from all over the world with a spotless trajectory at Discogs. Today we have the pleasure of introducing you to Forever Young Records. Tavia Muzzi, the Office Manager of the Dallas institution, will give our audience a chance to get a sneak peek to this wonderful record store. Boosting almost 25,000 items and growing, Forever Young Records has been selling at Discogs since 2013.
And that’s everything we’re going to tell you in this introduction! Let’s not spoil the fun, we are happy to introduce you to Forever Young Records.
What’s the name of your shop?
How long have you been selling as Forever Young Records on Discogs?
Since January 2013, so more than five years now!
How did you get into selling records?
David, our owner, started purchasing records at local pawn shops after his job at the time as a medical salesman and selling them on the weekends at Trader’s Village, an outdoor weekend market, in Grand Prairie, Texas. Time turned into an 11,000 sq ft building and a passion for collecting all types of music.
What is your favorite record store right now? Why?
I, fortunately, can say the store I work for, Forever Young Records. I have never left empty handed with the variety of music that the store holds. There is music for everyone and well organized so it is easy to find what you are looking for.
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What is your favorite record of all-time?
What is the most valuable item you’ve ever sold?
What does your own record collection look like?
What has been your best record find?
What is your number one tip for buyers and/or sellers on Discogs?
For the Buyer, if it’s rare it’s worth the money. For the Seller, give the customer a description worth buying.