This article is from the Bob Dylan FAQ, by Adam K. Powers and John Howells firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
Some of us have the good fortune to live in places that have an
adequate supply of record stores, well informed collectors with the
latest gab on your favorite artists, and record shows; if you aren't
in such a location, you may feel out of touch. Don't fret! Even the
most avid record hounds use mail-order as a reliable way to purchase
books, posters, and memorabilia (not to mention information regarding
new records, tours, etc...)
Here are a few recommended sources:
U.S.: Rolling Tomes - P.O. Box 1943, Grand Junction, Colorado 81502.
Phone: 970-245-4315 Monday through Friday 10-6 Mountain time,
24 hr. fax: 970-243-8025. They accept Mastercard, Visa, checks,
money orders, and international money orders drawn from a U.S. bank
in U.S. funds. This is an essential source for Dylan fans in the
United States and across the world - their inventory covers everything
from back issues of fan magazines to books to records and videotapes.
Rolling Tomes is also the distributor for several Dylan magazines,
namely Homer, Isis, Look Back, and On the Tracks.
U.S.: Goldmine Magazine - 700 E. State St., Iola, WI 54990-0001.
This is a collectors forum with advertising from record dealers all
over the world, published biweekly. They will send a free trial
issue to you if you request one... Goldmine contains loads of
mail-order information, so you'll need a few hours poring over an
issue (often with a magnifying glass) to sort it all out.
U.K.: My Back Pages - P.O. Box 117, Carlisle CA1 2UL.
Accepts pounds sterling or US dollars by check, postal money order,
or international money order. Another good source for books,
and also distributes the magazine Isis.
# U.K.: (New address!) Wanted Man: PO Box 307, Richmond, Surrey TW10 5AQ
Distributes The Telegraph magazine. (see my notes about the uncertain
future of the Telegraph elsewhere in the FAQ).