On Tuesday, Nov. 5, The Record Exchange is turning back the clock and offering the vinyl version of the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack for the 1961-esque price of $5.98!
You read that right: A brand-new full-length vinyl LP for only $5.98. It’s only available for one day only at that price, so after you head to the ballot box, step into The Record Exchange and vote Llewyn Davis!
Inside Llewyn Davis is the first music based film the Brothers Coen have produced since that smashing success we all know and love as O Brother, Where Art Thou? This new story tells of a singer-songwriter on the folk scene in New York’s Greenwich Village in 1961. It features performances by Marcus Mumford (yep, one of those other brothers…), Justin Timberlake (WHAT? No, it’s true), Chris Thile, Punch Brothers and the star of the film, Oscar Isaac (Oscar Isaac? No way!). The whole she-bang is produced by T. Bone Burnett. Additionally, there are period songs from both Bob Dylan and Dave Van Ronk. The film is loosely based on Dave’s life, so pick up what we’re puttin’ down here, folks.