Like Sam Goody, Jack Eugster once sold tchotchkes, albeit as the head of a department store chain. Also like Goody, Russ Solomon started selling records as an ancillary to another business, in this case his father’s drugstore at the base of Sacramento’s venerable Tower Theater. Both, in their own ways, were Goody’s heirs. Solomon took […]

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