The late 70's saw I & N Records open their shop at 2 Crichton Street.
The top image is of the shop's location, housed where the main window opposite the bus shelter is, with the door being in the wee alcove area.
A couple of recent comments on Retro mentioned that they remember going to I & N regularly for their punk records. Well I can recall once being a bit startled to find Black Uhuru's "Sinsemilla" album there, the kind of record I would normally have had to go through to Edinburgh to buy. I felt the shop earned kudos that day!
And I can honestly say that I & N is the only shop in Dundee I ever bought any classical records from. They had a rack load of Deutsche Grammophon vinyl that I used to indulge in from time to time.
They then introduced video rental as an addition to the music, which in turn eventually became their main merchandise, doing away with records altogether.
The other image is of the I & N record bag, which most of you will no doubt be familiar with.