Neil Young and Jack White record live straight to vinyl on 'The Tonight Show' - watch

Young records cover of Willie Nelson's 'Crazy' as part of Jimmy Fallon show

Neil Young and Jack White record live straight to vinyl on 'The Tonight Show' - watch

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Neil Young and Jack White recorded a song straight to vinyl on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night (May 12). Scroll down to watch.

The pair appeared on Fallon's show and brought the same 1947 Voice-o-Graph vinyl recording booth from Third Man Records in Nashville used to record Young's latest album 'A Letter Home.'

During the show, White and Young showed the viewers how the booth works by getting Young to record a cover of 'Crazy' by Willie Nelson as the live show aired. It was then pressed on vinyl and distributed at the end of the show. Fallon shared a picture of the record via Twitter.

Earlier this year Young released 'A Letter Home' on Jack White's Third Man Records. It features covers of tracks Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, The Everly Brothers and more.



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