ABOUT 14 RECORDS
At 14 Records, we believe that one thing is more important than a top notch inventory; a great vibe and experience, with five star customer service.
The best selection of A-List LP titles in near mint condition at all times.
Great well-curated sections of CD’s and Cassettes.
Over 100 vintage David Bowie albums, without repeating any variations, in stock at all times. Most stores have 1-2 Bowie albums, if that many.
We treat all Artist sections this way; multiple variations of almost every album released, in chronological order.
Imports, Promos, First Pressings, all presented in chorological order.
We also offer mail order. We do not supply a list of our inventory. Just contact us for fantastic service and assistance. You may contact us by phone or text anytime at (214) 790-5991 to see if we’ve got what you’re looking for, or you may send your Want List to email@example.com and we will keep it on file.
REAL DEAL VINTAGE CLASSICS
We also pay cash for LP’s, CD’s, Cassettes, and other pop culture items and we will make you a better offer than any store in Dallas, guaranteed.
Again and again, every single day, people tell me that I have succeeded in my goal of creating the best record store in Dallas, with the best inventory, best vibe, and best service. Our slogan is “No Sound Left Behind“. Give us the chance to make you feel glad that you came to see us or contacted us.
A-LIST LP TITLES
NO FILLER ALLOWED
Please note that we do not have regular hours. It’s always best to call or text first to see if we are open.
MAIL ORDER OF NEAR MINT LPS
LIMITED MARBLE VINYL LP
MEET BUCKS BURNETT
OWNER OF 14 RECORDS
OWNER OF 14 RECORDS
In addition to owning 14 Records, Bucks Burnett has served as Manager to Tiny Tim, live-in Butler to Ronnie Lane, operated The Eight Track Musem (as well as a fan club for Mr. Ed), named a Who album.
He is also a professional songwriter, artist, and has a creative consultation company called Ideas Anonymous.
Call Today for Our Hours & Come Visit!
You may contact us by phone or text anytime to see if we’ve got what you’re looking for, or you may send your Want List and we will keep it on file. We also offer mail order. We do not supply a list of our inventory. Just contact us for fantastic service and assistance.
This shop is an absolute gem! The owner, Bucks, has created a treasure trove of vintage records, along with a great selection of CDs, cassettes, books and collectibles, in an amazing little space on Garland Road. He is an awesome individual, full of knowledge, interesting stories, and friendliness. If for some insane reason you can’t find what you want in his massive collection, he will tell you where you can. Every inch of this store is packed with incredible finds! I cannot praise this place enough. Looking forward to going back again and again!
The owner was fantastic and AMAZING at helping and letting me browse all the selections of vinyls that he had. He was great and more than accommodating, even playing/demoing SO MANY of the records that I wanted to listen to (most stores won’t let you listen to them in person like this!). I ended up spending about two hours here and wish I spent more learning about the various artists and stories that he had to share. He is very knowledgeable in what he does and takes great care of the collection there. He is at the store sometimes past what normal “closing” hours are considered, so it’s great if your schedule or time doesn’t permit you to come in early in the day. I recommend whole-heartedly to check out the store and see what’s there! I went way past my budget but am so thrilled with the vinyls I could add to my personal stockpile. Take the time to sort through the sections there! I’m sure you’ll find something new to listen to and take home! I will definitely be a returning customer also because of the amazing service!
I love this little record store. It’s a great place to spend time and money looking at all the records available. The owner is very cool and laid back has great prices on his merchandise and is very knowledgeable about music without being pretentious about music. If your looking for a good mom and pop record shop with a wide selection and comfy ambiance look no further. This will be your new stop for great records and price.
Initially I thought it was another overpriced record store. I was wrong. Each record I have purchased plays beautifully. There I have found records I enjoy that cost as little as $5, to up to my limit of $20. Considering the small size of the store, there are lots of records and neat things to look at. The owner is pleasant, and welcomes questions and does not take offense to REASONABLE offers. For those who really prefer the quality of vinyl the prices are fair. Then go have a piece of pie a few doors down.
14 Records is an outstanding shop, offering a world of rare vinyl, collectibles, and a kind of magical environment cultivated by the proprietor, Bucks Burnett. It’s close to several quality East Dallas eateries so you can grab a bite and pick up some records. As a master curator, Bucks culls some truly remarkable records, promo art, cassettes, and so much more. 14 Records has existed in many forms at many addresses for many years- you should catch it at its present location. Ask Bucks about The Boxler Letters! He is also perhaps the world’s best authority on Tiny Time and the founder of EdStock, the erstwhile Mr. Ed Film Festival. Drop by and be amazed!
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HISTORY OF 14 RECORDS
14 Records opened on September 1, 1988 originally in Denton, Texas.
The store relocated to Dallas, opening September 1, 1991 on lower Greenville Ave.
Due to the increased demand for CD’s and the general disinterest in the LP format, a dark spell which lasted from 1990-2005, owner Bucks Burnett decided to close the store and did so on September 1, 1995. On his last day of business he was still purchasing records ‘just in case.’
On April 1, 2017, Bucks reopened 14 Records in Dallas on Garland Rd. The store is doing well and Burnett recently renewed his lease into early 2025. The store is named after a song Bucks wrote called “Fourteen” which was recorded by Tiny Tim With Brave Combo.