HADDON TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- Since music has become digitized, songs have become little more than downloadable data. A time where tangible records texturized the zeitgeist has gone by, but not for musical purists like Jim Corso.
He makes his living at Phidelity Records, a small store on Haddon Avenue where he buys and sells records. A nearly 25-year career began during his college years working a summer job at a record store. His love for music stuck fast and he's been in the industry ever since.
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