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Posted on May 14, 2014 02:43 pm
In a broadcasting first, Neil Young has cut a record to vinyl on live television, thanks to the help of Jack White's 1947 Voice-O-Graph recording booth, Hennemusic reports.
Appearing on Jimmy Fallon, Young cut a version of the 1961 Patsy Cline hit "Crazy," which was originally written by Willie Nelson. Check it out below.
As HenneMusic reports, Young and White were appearing on the programme to promote Young's latest album, "A Letter Home," which is being released by White's Third Man Records. The album, comprising covers from artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Gordon Lightfoot and Bob Dylan, was recorded in the Voice-O-Graph booth.
The record, which is being released on May 27th, will also be available in a full limited-edition box set version. This will include a standard 12" vinyl LP, an audiophile vinyl version, seven 6" clear vinyl discs, a standard CD, a standard DVD, a digital download and a 32-page, 12" x 12" book.