Jack White debuted his Third Man Record Booth on Record Store Day over the weekend. The contraption allows musicians to record 111 seconds of audio. The audio is cut to a vinyl record for the user to keep.
One of the first people to use the record booth was Neil Young. The Third Man Records Instagram account posted a photo of Neil holding his record. It's unclear what he recorded, but we do know a song that Jack White himself recorded in the booth. Listen to White's cover of Loretta Lynn's Coal Miner's Daughter below.