Collective joy: Record Club hits 100

Let NYC Dance

Flashback to 2007 from Bryan Waterman’s Blog: I’ve spent a lot of time over the last seven or eight years thinking about the history of friendship. Writing a book about a friendship circle — a group that even named itself the “Friendly Club” — took me into an extensive (and still growing), multidisciplinary body of […]

Cover Art from 2005-2006

Here are a few CD inserts from 2005-2006. They were folded in half with one side serving as the cover and the other side the image opposite the disk. Separate backs were made with the track listings.  

Changing Formats

Somehow, we used to find time to make cover art for Record Club, and back then, we used to meet every month! We’d burn CDs and take turns making covers. The illustration here of the vintage tech stops just short of showing a CD burner. The photo of sexy Carole Singleton, since it is not […]

Our first virtual Record Club

So good to be able to see everyone and somehow do club. There was a learning curve to share audio but we got through it. Here we are showing off our profiles.    We did two more virtual clubs since and it was great. Not the same level of communion as being in the same […]

Record Club New York, two years in

STUDIO RECORDING Burn, Baby, Burn: ‘Book Club’ Evolves August 4 – 10, 1999 By Sarah Schmidt Nine friends are sitting around on foam cushions in an East Village studio, eating takeout, drinking imported beer, and talking about recent trips abroad, the merits of various BBQ locations, and cookie recipes. When someone puts in a DJ […]