Record Store Day

Nashville, Tn – Welcome to 1979 Recording Studio–  We’re approaching one of our favorite times of the year!  Record Store Day!!!  & we’ve cut some special vinyl releases that made the official RSD list:

look for our name etched on any of these records while you're shopping this record store day!

look for our name etched on any of these records while you’re shopping this record store day!

Todd Snider, ‘Impending Doom

Blackberry Smoke, ‘Wood, Wire, and Roses’

Bob Dylan, ‘The Night We Called it A Day’

Steve Earle, ‘Terraplane News’

 

GWAR, ‘America Must Be Destroyed’

John Prine, ‘September 78′

Temples, ‘Mesmerise Live’

Against Me!, ‘Osama Bin Laden as the Crucified Christ’

The Mavericks, ‘Mono’

&, compliments of our own Cameron Henry:

RPM Turntable Baseball, ‘Two Games, One Record’….obviously, we saved the best for last.  Here’s a fun video showing you what all that fun is about:

 

Click here for a complete list of records set to release this April 18th!

About welcometo1979

Welcome To 1979 is a retro, analog centric (but digital capable) recording studio in Nashville, TN that strives to cater to the independent & budget minded artists, producers and engineers. Featuring fully-restored analog tape machines, console, outboard equipment and microphones we ensure that “vintage” doesn’t mean “old and broken”. Along with tons of vintage gear, Welcome To 1979 also features tons of space: Over 7,000 square feet of unique recording and recreational spaces to help inspire your creativity, with or without the use of a computer! Fingers on Strings, Hands on Faders, Music on Tape. Welcome To 1979! View all posts by welcometo1979 →

One Response to Record Store Day

  1. P says:

    I’m about to spin this bad boy but have to tell you…the pressing quality is pretty rough. Album cut off center, missing side 2 label, hole in the center is bent outward. I’m not even sure it will play. I’m hoping it does.

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