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.
To explain exactly how the record booth works, White recruited his Raconteurs bandmate Brendan Benson. Benson stars in the Jack White directed video below.