Celebrate Record Store Day with a United We Swing Exclusive!

Get our exclusive release this Saturday, 4/21!

News | Mar, 30th 2018

Mark your calendar for April 21 and celebrate Record Store Day 2018 with Blue Engine Records!

Blue Engine Records will be taking part in the annual event by releasing a limited-edition exclusive. The 10" vinyl picture disc from the Wynton Marsalis Septet features two tracks related to our United We Swing project: one is a never-before-heard version of "Night Life" featuring Willie Nelson, and the other is "I'm Gonna Find Another You" featuring John Mayer. 

Only 1000 copies of the exclusive have been printed, and they'll be available exclusively in indie record stores. By picking up this colorful rarity, you'll be supporting both your local record shop and Jazz at Lincoln Center's education initiatives, which reach tens of thousands of aspiring young musicians each year.

Below is a partial list of stores that will be stocking "Night Life b/w I'm Gonna Find Another You". Find the location nearest you that will be celebrating Record Store Day 2018 and support your local record store!

  • 1-2-3-4 Go! Records
  • AFK Books & Records
  • Amoeba Records
  • Angelo's Records
  • Attic Record Store
  • Birdland Music
  • Boo Boo Records
  • Bull Moose
  • Cactus Music
  • Cactus Records
  • Canterbury Records
  • Cat's Music
  • CD Central
  • Comeback Vinyl
  • Crooked Beat Records
  • Daddy Kool Records
  • Darkside Records
  • Dearborn Music
  • Dimple Records
  • Disc and Dat
  • Down in the Valley
  • Dusty Groove
  • Electric Fetus
  • Euclid Records
  • The Exclusive Company
  • Finders Records
  • Fingerprints
  • Forever Young
  • Guestroom Records
  • Hill & Dale Records
  • Hi Voltage Records
  • Homer’s Music & Gifts
  • House of Guitars
  • Independent Records
  • Indy CD and Vinyl
  • In the Moment Records
  • Jack's Music Shoppe
  • Joe’s West Side Records
  • Johnny's Records
  • Josey Records
  • Landlocked Records
  • Louisiana Music Factory
  • Luna Music
  • Lunchbox Records
  • Mills Record Company
  • Mojo Books & Records
  • Music Millennium
  • Newbury Comics 
  • Off the Record
  • Omega Music
  • Park Ave CDs
  • Plaid Room Records
  • Port of Sound Record Shoppe
  • Pure Pop Records
  • Rasputin Music
  • Reckless Records
  • Record Cellar
  • Record Exchange
  • Rough Trade
  • Salzer's Records
  • Schoolkids Records
  • Scotti's Record Shop
  • Second Ave Records
  • Shake It Records
  • Shuga Records
  • Silver Platters
  • Sonic Boom Records
  • Streetlight Records
  • Strictly Discs
  • T-Bones Records
  • The Long Ear
  • The Sound Garden
  • Twist & Shout
  • Spinster Records
  • Stinkweeds
  • Street Corner Music
  • Vinal Edge
  • Vintage Vinyl
  • Vintage Vinyl Records
  • Von's Records
  • Waiting Room Records
  • Waterloo Records
  • Wax 'N' Facts
  • Zia Record Exchange

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