Jack White’s Third Man Records is at it again, bringing a bounty of vinyl to a virtually digital world. Heralding in the end of the year is quite an enormous release for the independent record label including a two-sided vinyl of Edgar Olivier reciting poetry, two singles from John C. Reilly featuring Jack White, Olivia Jean, and Fats Kaplin.
Also, so those seeking a sleek Christmas gift for their vinyl craving loved ones, Third Man Records is also releasing the custom designed Revolution compact turntable by Crosby. The device is USB-friendly with a software suite for ripping and editing audio content along with a headphone jack and FM transmitter to pair with a radio for sound. The battery-operated belt-driven turntable will fit 7 and 12 inch records at 33 1/3 and 45 RPM speeds.
Third Man Records is also gearing up to release their heavy-duty 45 box which will fit up to 30 7 inch records along with a vinyl record cleaning kit.
As for the record releases, Edgar Olivier has recorded two poems, “In The Park,” a chilling suspense poem, along with the Triple Reverse Cryptophonica ™ poem, “Hunger and Light.” The poems are available on vinyl and iTunes now.
John C. Reilly and friends, Jack White, Olivia Jean of The Black Belles, and Fats Kaplin recorded two singles featuring, “Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar,” and, “Lonesome Yodel Blues #2,” on one record with, “I’ll Be There If You Ever Want,” and, “I’m Making Plans,”on the other. The singles will be made available next Tuesday, Nov. 29.