Laura Marling covering Neil Young produced by Jack White (does it get better than this?)
Karen Elson - The Truth is in the Dirt on the Ground
(So Maybe he went to the crossroads, or maybe it’s a racist lie, saying no black man could be that good without the devil getting his soul when he dies)
Karen Elson - Season Of The Witch
The Hardest Button to Button - Live in Las Vegas
The best performance of this song I’ve ever heard. It really casts the song in a whole new light.
Live in 2003, during the Elephant tour.
This is an MP3 from a vinyl rip of the rare promotional album that was released after the show. Copies of this 3xLP are super rare and very expensive. ($450 or more.)
Stripes fans, listen to this. You will regret it if you don’t.
JEFF the Brotherhood - Whatever I want
These guys like to rock out with their shirts off. It’s a thing that they do. In this song, the demonstrate that they also like to sing about being transgendered. An interesting topic for a hard rock band, to say the least.
The video is kind of twisted, too.
Oh, and keep your eyes open. That’s Jack White on the Organ.
"My mom said I could be whatever I want/I want to be a woman"
The Ghost Who Walks (live acoustic)
[I can’t decide if I like this one more or less than the album version. I think it really misses something without the organ.]
The Secret Sisters ( With Jack White)
I know that no one ever seriously doubted that Jack would inject a dose of fuzzed out blues into his new album. Just in case though, heres some proof.
This track makes me even more excited for what Mr. White has in store for us.
Jack White’s first band. The Upholsters.
The Raconteurs - Blue Veins - Live
"You were the first one to believe me when I said to you "Girl, I think it’s gonna rain, but I could be wrong."
Seven Minutes and forty-nine seconds of an amazing song, from one of the greatest living bands.
This band opened for The Kills and Jeff The Brotherhood when they played their most recent tour.
The lead singer is a tiny blonde girl with a pixie cut. She spent most of her time on stage on her knees, grinding against the lead guitarist. This is not a bad thing.
The music is catchy. It has a pop/punk feel to it, but in a sincere and entirely unironic way. It feels familiar, even the first time you listen to it. (at least it did for me. )
Insound has the vinyl for $12. Anyone want to get it for me, for my birthday?