The second annual Hawaii Record Fair was good times for all, a full day of cruising with friends while browsing (not elbowing) through the thousands of LPs and 45s as well as CDs, cassettes and memorabilia—there was even audiophile equipment available for purchase (more like for investment) if you had enough funds to drop in one day. Thank you Hungry Ear Records for inviting Aloha Got Soul to be a sponsor again this year. They graciously had a table ready for me and a few of my Dig This Vibe buddies a table where we could sell records, t-shirts, CDs, and whatever else. I'm grateful to be supporting one of Oahu's mainstay record stores, which first opened in 1980.
Oliver Seguin carries in a crate of vinyl during set up.
Stack o' wax.
Dig This Vibe crew rockin' Truestory Textstiles and Yacht Rock Hawaii t-shirts (and Aloha Got Soul stickers).
Jah Gumby and his finds.
Hawaiian and Jazz and Rock records for cheap.
Two of Hawaii's most dedicated Hawaiian vinyl collectors discussing, well, Hawaiian vinyl!