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Joe Blanchard, an employee of the music shop 'Record Collector', arranges their vinyl stock ahead of tomorrow's 'Record Store Day' in Sheffield, Northern England on April 17, 2015. Oli Scarff—AFP/Getty Images

Celebrate Record Store Day With Exclusive Vinyl Releases

Apr 18, 2015

It's time to celebrate vinyl.

Saturday is Record Store Day, an annual event that promotes independent record stores. Participating record stores across the world sell a limited supply of records released just for the day.

This year's selection of 400 exclusive releases include David Bowie's "Changes," Bob Dylan's "The Night We Called It a Day" and "15 Everly Hits" from The Everly Brothers.

Jeff Harrigfeld, co-owner of The Woodstock Music Shop in Woodstock, N.Y. said people were already lining up in front of the store before it opened at 9 a.m., with the first customer showing up at 5:30 a.m. to get first dibs. Harrigfeld's personal favorite this year is a copy of Elvis' first recording, a 10-inch record in a paper sleeve, recently purchased at auction by Jack White, lead singer and guitarist for The White Stripes. The record features two songs, "My Happiness" and "That's When Your Heartaches Begin."

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