Nick Elias recounts his days working at Sight and Sound, on Corinth Street and Poplar Street in Rozzie Square, at first as one of George Aymie's employees, later as a partner:
It was a big, fun, loud, extended, dysfunctional family - the most fun I ever had! I also expanded my knowledge of records, old and new and between George and myself, we knew or at least knew of any record. tape or cd that our customers would ask for. Our motto was, "Don't know it ? Just hum it ! " In those days, even if you didn't have what they wanted, you could just make a call to Bobby in Quincy or Steve in Everett and sure enough, one of them had it. And once or twice a week George and I would make the rounds to some of the other shops or One-Stops (distributors) and pick up the last week's requests.
If you knew Nick back in the day, you can say hi to him in the Square again - he saw the writing on the wall for record shop, went to barber school and, after a long spell cutting hair in Cambridge, now has a chair at his sister Vicky's Rialto barber shop.