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From the home of DJ Screw to in-store cat curation, we count down the greatest independent music stores in the US: http://www.dazeddigital.com/music/article/21185/1/america-s-greatest-indie-record-stores

America’s greatest indie record stores

From the home of DJ Screw to in-store cat curation, we count down the greatest independent music stores in the US.

If You Don't Want My Peached  1914

“If You Don’t Want My Peaches, You Better Stop Shaking The Tree” Irving Berlin sheet music, 1919

Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue. Words by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, Music by Ray Henderson. Leo Feist, New York, 1925. "Five foot two, eyes of blue, / But oh! what those five foot could do, / Has anybody seen my girl? / Turned-up nose, turned-down hose, / Flapper, yes sir, one of those, / Has anybody seen my girl?"

1925 selected standards and hits

"Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue, Has Anybody Seen My Girl?" ~ Vintage sheet music cover, ca.

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Roaring Twenties - Sheet music poking fun at the masculine traits many women adopted during the

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