Celebrate Record Store Day Black Friday 2016 with Blue Engine Records!


Buy the JLCO's Christmas Tree EP!

News | Nov, 16th 2016

This holiday season, we hope you'll celebrate a very special day with us: Record Store Day Black Friday!

Blue Engine Records will be taking part by releasing a limited-edition Black Friday exclusive. The vinyl EP, which is shaped like a Christmas tree, features two holiday songs from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. It's the perfect, festive gift for the jazz lover (or vinyl collector) in your life! 

On Nov. 25, you can head to the nearest participating record store and pick up the record, which includes live versions of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" and "Little Drummer Boy" recorded during previous years' Big Band Holidaysshows in Rose Theater.

Below is a partial list of stores that will be stocking the Christmas Tree EP. Find the location nearest you that will be celebrating Black Friday and support your local record store!

  • 1-2-3-4 Go! Records
  • 2nd Avenue Records
  • American Dream Hi Fi
  • Amoeba Records
  • Angelo's CDs
  • Attic Record Store
  • Audioccult
  • Birdland Music
  • BK Music
  • Black Plastic Records
  • Boo Boo Records
  • Bull Moose
  • Cactus Music
  • Cactus Records
  • Canterbury Records
  • CD Central
  • Cheapo Discs
  • Creep Records
  • Crooked Beat Records
  • Daddy Kool Records
  • Darkside Records
  • Dearborn Music
  • Dimple Records
  • Do Re Mi Music
  • Dusty Groove
  • Earshot
  • Easy Street Records
  • Electric Fetus
  • Encore Records
  • Euclid Records
  • Everyday Music
  • The Exclusive Company
  • Fingerprints
  • Fond Object Records
  • Graywhale
  • Grimey's
  • Guestroom Records
  • Hill & Dale Records
  • Homer’s Music & Gifts
  • House of Guitars
  • Independent Records
  • Indy CD and Vinyl
  • Jack's Music Shoppe
  • Joe’s West Side Records
  • Johnny's Records
  • Josey Records
  • Landlocked Records
  • The Long Ear
  • Looney Tunes
  • Louisiana Music Factory
  • Luna Music
  • Lunchbox Records
  • Mad Platter
  • Mills Record Company
  • Mojo Books & Records
  • Monster Music & Movies
  • Music Box
  • Music Millennium
  • Music to the Maxx
  • Newbury Comics 
  • Off the Record
  • Park Ave CDs
  • Plaid Room Records
  • Port of Sound Record Shoppe
  • Pure Pop Records
  • Rasputin Music
  • Reckless Records
  • Record Archive
  • Record Exchange
  • Record Theatre
  • Rhino Records
  • Rolling Stones Music
  • Rough Trade
  • Salzer's Records
  • Schoolkids Records
  • Scotti's Record Shop
  • Seasick Records
  • Shake It Records
  • Shuga Records
  • Silver Platters
  • Sonic Boom Records
  • Sorry State Records
  • The Sound Garden
  • Spinster Records
  • Street Corner Music
  • Superfly's Lone Star Music Emporium
  • T-Bones Records & Cafe
  • Tunes Records
  • Twist and Shout Records
  • Vintage Vinyl
  • Vintage Vinyl Records
  • Von's Records
  • Waiting Room Records
  • Waterloo Records
  • Wuxtry Records
  • Young Ones Records
  • Zia Record Exchange
  • Zion's Gate Records

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