Looks like the first few Jack White produced records from Wanda Jackson will see the light of day soon, according to NewsOK.com:|
"Wanda Jackson’s husband and manager, Wendell Goodman, confirmed Friday that the first two songs from Jackson’s recording sessions with the White Stripes’ Jack White are set to be released later this month. "I haven’t been told the exact date yet,” Goodman said from his south Oklahoma City office. He confirmed that the songs were covers of Amy Winehouse’s "You Know I’m No Good” and early British rock band Johnny Kidd and the Pirates’ "Shakin’ All Over.” Goodman also confirmed an Oklahoma Rock Newsblog report that the songs would be released on iTunes and on seven-inch vinyl.
The Oklahoman reported in November that alternative rock star White had invited Jackson to Nashville to record under his production guidance. White also produced country star Loretta Lynn’s Grammy-winning album, "Van Lear Rose,” in 2004.
Oklahoma’s "Queen of Rockabilly,” whose career began in the mid-1950s under the mentorship of Elvis Presley, has worked with such other new generation rockers as Dave Alvin, The Cramps, Rosie Flores, Lee Rocker, the Cadillac Angels and another Elvis — last name Costello."