Figured I would start a few threads focusing on actual brick and mortar record stores. Analog Room @ Campbell, CA - @drfindley took me here and at first I was wow I wonder what I am going to find that I am going to like. It was very soon I would realize practically all of it. Brian who is the store owner is a great resource for not only pressings but music in general. He has been collecting vinyl personally for a lot of years and has just started slowly putting out some of his extra stuff. Easily one of my favorite stores and where I have bought all of my records except two of them. Call it what you will but I do my best to try to spend money locally. Has a great collection of Rock, Jazz, and Classical albums. Ameoba @ Berkeley, CA - When I visited I was quite overwhelmed by the size of the store. Nothing special here just a lot of records and not too many things which most would consider rare. Lots of people enjoy this store but I don't feel like there is any personal touch. Rasputin @ Berkeley, CA - Same as Ameoba but they actually had a bit more rare stuff but like Ameoba they have everything but I like the downstairs closed off section better as it's much quieter and there is someone you can talk to if you need help. Stranded @ Berkeley, CA - Pretty fancy I would say as this is a bit more upscale than Ameoba and Rasputin. They have a lot of music I have not heard before but a small shop. Had surprisingly a lot of soundtracks as well as world music.