Scroll down to listen the track, which was recorded in Nashville as part of the global Record Store Day celebrations over the weekend. Neil Young also recorded a song in the booth – as seen via the Third Man Instagram account, pictured below – however, details of his track have not yet been released.
The 1947 Voice-o-Graph is the only public vinyl record recording booth in the world. 111 seconds of audio can be recorded in the booth and the audio is cut to a six-inch phonograph disc.
A host of fans queued at the Third Man Records store in Nashville to use the booth during the weekend. The Third Man blog says:
“Whether it was a marriage proposal, folk song, last will and testament, poem, one act play, a Sir-Mix-a-Lot cover or birthday greetings, accompanied by everything from a vintage 1920’s Gibson mandolin, a boombox or an iPhone, every last recording from the booth was inspired and fulfilling.”
Scroll down to watch a video of Jack White’s Raconteurs bandmate Brendan Benson demonstrating how to use the booth.