This past summer, Beck began a new music project — Record Club. He spends a day in the studio with his ever-so-cool musician friends and they cover entire albums (they’ve finished The Velvet Underground & Nico and have moved on to Songs of Leonard Cohen) releasing one track every Thursday; unrehearsed, unplanned and sometimes unwell. While some of the covers are quite good — “Sunday Morning” and “Winter Lady” — the product itself is nothing too remarkable. However, the actual success of the individual covers is irrelevant. What makes this musical experiment valuable is the prevailing notion. When it comes down to it, it is a nice idea.