In this song, Buzz Cason looks back on his life in music, including the first time he used a turntable.
Cason first started performing and recording in the 1950s when he was a teenager. Over the next few decades, he became better known as a songwriter, with "Everlasting Love
" among his compositions, along with songs recorded by Brenda Lee and Jan & Dean.
In our interview with Cason
, he said: "I just thought 'Record Machine' will probably strike a nerve with older people but a lot of folks even younger, they had record players around the house. It's kind of a vinyl tribute and I'm interested to see if anybody in radio will click on to that track and play it. It's pretty old-school in the way it's done. It's not an uptempo song, it's kind of a swampy feeling thing."