Published Apr 23, 2013For Record Store Day, Jack White's Third Man Records facility was home to a vinyl recording booth that allowed shoppers to make their own analogue recording of 111 seconds or less. Of course, White himself tried out the booth over the weekend.
White performed an abridged cover of the Loretta Lynn classic "Coal Miner's Daughter." With its warbling pitch and hissy audio quality, the recording sounds a bit like in was made in the 1930s rather than this past weekend.
Incidentally, Neil Young was reportedly among those who tried out the machine, although there's no word as to what he recorded.