A cover by Salt Lake City-based singer Ritt Momney
entered the singles charts worldwide in the 2020 fall. It peaked at #79 in the US and #25 in the UK.
Ritt Momney was a Salt Lake City based garage band, taking their name from a tongue-in-cheek spoonerism on Utah politician Mitt Romney. The other members left, leaving Jack Rutter to keep the moniker for his solo project.
Feeling depressed after the coronavirus pandemic started shutting everything down, Rutter wanted something uplifting and recalled his mom playing "Put Your Records On" in the car when he was a child. So he recorded a cover in the basement of his parents' home. Rutter explained to NME
: "If someone asked 'what's the most positive and helpful song you could think of right now?' I felt it would always be that song. It reminds me of the simpler time of riding in your mum's car and going to soccer practice or whatever. It's definitely always stuck with me."