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Vault 47 Jack White Live At the Masonic Temple

Jack White will release his July 30th, 2014 concert at Detroit’s Masonic Temple on vinyl via Third Man Records, the singer-songwriter announced on Monday. The release will mark the 47th Vault package from his record label and will be available to those who subscribe by January 31st. A preview of the album is available now with a live cut of “Missing Pieces”.

The 38-track concert clocks in at nearly three-and-a-half hours. Over the course of the evening, White ran through memorable White Stripes tracks like the opening “Fell in Love With a Girl” as well as “The Big Three Killed My Baby”, “Icky Thump”, “We’re Going To Be Friends”, and more. The show also finds White offering up covers of Beck‘s “Devil’s Haircut”, Led Zeppelin‘s “The Lemon Song”, and Hank Williams‘ “Ramblin’ Man”.

The four, 180-gram LPs come in White’s signature solo colours of blue, black, and white. Together they are housed in a slipcase cover with photo inner sleeves, featuring pictures from the show shot by David Swanson. Along with Live at Masonic Temple, subscribers will also receive a 7′ vinyl of White’s appearance on Saturday Night Live on October 10th where he performed a medley comprised of “Ball and Biscuit”, “Don’t Hurt Yourself”, and “Jesus Is Coming Soon” as well as paid tribute to Eddie Van Halen with his performance of “Lazaretto” using a guitar modeled after Eddie’s.

Ahead of the Vault package’s release, White has also shared live audio of “Missing Pieces” from the concert, available below. 

“Live at Masonic Temple” and subscribe to Third Man Records‘ Vault series by January 31st to receive the vinyl.

Jack and Third Man Records have also announced a special, limited edition colored vinyl version of JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016. The 180-gram double LP on blue vinyl with black and white wisps will be available exclusively at Third Man Records’ Nashville and Cass Corridor, Detroit storefronts (along with brand new Jack White merchandise) on the September 9th release day. This colored pressing will be the only limited edition version of the record that is produced. Plan to join us in person on release day to celebrate this incredible compilation. Additional details will be announced throughout the week.

To commemorate the release of the new album on September 9th, Jack will return to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for his first ever solo acoustic TV performance

The White Stripes, “City Lights”
Jack White is releasing a compilation of acoustic tracks from throughout his career, including this unearthed gem from the Get Behind Me Satan sessions. It’s a ballad with a misty-mountain feel about romantic distance, full of dark absence and ache. “City Lights” (Audio) from Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016

“Carolina Drama” (Acoustic Mix) by The Raconteurs from the new compilation album Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 out September 9th. Pre-order the essential Jack White songwriting collection now:
This new acoustic mix of “Carolina Drama” omits the drums and places focus on the complimentary acoustic elements. The original version of the song appeared on The Raconteurs second studio album “Consolers of the Lonely” released in 2008.

Tomorrow marks the official release of JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998-2016, a 26 track double LP and double CD featuring remastered alternate versions, mixes, and previously unreleased recordings from The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, and Jack’s solo catalog. To celebrate, we’re making a day of it in our Nashville and Detroit storefronts…at Third Man Records

Not only will we have the only exclusive, limited edition version of the double LP available for sale (one per customer), but we will also launch new Jack White merchandise

 

Jack White and members of his band performed two acoustic songs at Chateau De Fontainebleau for the brilliant La Blogotheque sessions, his voice is so reminiscent of Robert Plant at times, this is a truly wonderful session

the new album from Jack White

Jack White was the youngest of ten children raised in south west Detroit, has lived in Nashville since 2005 a formed the WHITE STRIPES and more recently The Dead Weather now on his second solo album

the new Jack White Vinyl has lots of interesting ideas and Jack describes all the Hidden features,