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Long-term survival is all about staying ahead of the game and outlasting your competitors. A curious Mark Alexander visits the oldest independent, family-run record shop in Scotland to find out how it’s done


The city of Perth has been home to Concorde Music for more than 50 years. In that time, fashions have come and gone, musical tastes have spread out like oil over water and society generally has changed beyond all recognition from that of the swinging 60s. Since it was opened in 1967, this family-run music shop has survived the rise and fall, and rise of vinyl, seen off larger high-street names and maintained a solid customer base, many of whom fondly remember buying their first record at the enduring shop.

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