Sunday, January 21, 2007

Hmmm ...

This just landed in my Hotmail account:
On Thursday, Feb. 1, Sounds Unlikely opens its doors to fans of eclectic music and hard to find film. A new independent record store located at 5 Arlington Ave. on the corner of Bank St., Sounds Unlikely will have a wide range of new and used CDs, LPs, and DVDs to choose from. The store will specialize in the following genres: Indie-rock, global sounds, jazz/improv, electronic, experimental, out-sounds, funk/soul, reggae, roots, african, contemporary classical.
DVDs will include everything from music to foreign, independent and experimental film.
The staff will be made up of long-time members of the Ottawa music community: Tony Daye (Organised Sound, CKCU), Ian Cooke (Music Director CHUO ), Dave McMurran (Ottawa Fair Trade Network, Hi Life Records), Joni Sadler (CHUO/CKCU, Kelp), and Nathan Medema (Sul Pont, Pleasure Through Sound). Their combined passion and knowledge of various genres of music and film will make Sounds Unlikely an inviting space where customers can find a diverse and evolving collection of CDs, LPs and DVDs.
Sounds Unlikely will open on Thursday Feb. 1st at 10:30 a.m.
In addition, there will be a grand opening on Saturday Feb. 3rd. The general public is invited to come and celebrate the launch from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Make of it what you will.

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