best grocery store music New York 2003 - KEY FOOD ON FIFTH AVENUE IN BROOKLYN
When brainwashing is this much fun who cares? KEY FOOD ON FIFTH AVENUE IN BROOKLYN has its Muzak satellite tuned to a stream of 1960s rock, soul, and pop (original versions, no instrumental remakes) that feels more Sock Hop than Supermarket. Assistant manager Tyrone Bradley says, "I have seen it allpeople dancing and singing. They keep on shopping because they wanna hear what the next record is." Sample flow: "I Fought the Law," Bobby Fuller Four; "Green Tambourine," Lemon Pipers; "Agent Double O Soul," Edwin Starr; "Wasn't Born To Follow," the Byrds. Shin Dig!