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Spin-More Records Helps Idaho Man Relive Christmas Memories

Hard-to-find album for Idaho Statesman columnist found in Kent record collection

Thanks to a former Kent record store one Idaho man is reliving memories of Christmas past.

Tim Woodward, a columnist for the Idaho Statesman newspaper, wrote recently about how Dorothy Peachock, whose husband Phil ran Spin-More Records in Kent, delivered to him the sweetest of Christmas gifts — an original copy of Christmas Joy, recorded in 1958 by George Melachrino and his orchestra.

Woodward grew up listening to the album during the holidays.

"The Christmas album of my childhood, the best Christmas album ever," Woodward writes.

To read Woodward's full article in the Idaho Statesman click on this link.

Spin-More Records closed in 2012 to make way for Jimmy John's. Customers who want to stay in touch can send an email to spinmorerecords@gmail.com.

Pat January 11, 2013 at 02:41 PM
With everything that is going on in the Peachock family it is so like them to reach out to others. They are such a wonderful couple. They have richly blessed my family.
Amanda January 11, 2013 at 07:32 PM
And this is on of many reasons Spin-More was a much better choice for the community to have downtown than Jimmy Johns. Alas for renters trying to scheme some quick bucks from a chain at the expense of a long-term local business.

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