On Record Store Day, Jack White’s Third Man Records debuted their analog vinyl recording booth, which allows patrons to crank out quickie two-minute records. During the label headquarters’ Record Store Day festivities, a ton of people, including Neil Young, recorded their own mini-platter. And White himself also took the booth for a spin, recording a crackly cover of “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” the iconic song from his Van Lear Rose collaborator Loretta Lynn. Listen to it below.
The booth remains open for business at the Third Man Records Novelty Lounge.