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RE: THIRD MAN RECORDS ANNOUNCES VAULT PACKAGE FOR WHITE STRIPES FANS
White Stripes fans rejoice! The Third Man Records upcoming Vault package, number 8, features everything Jack and Meg! Here are the details from Third Man:|
"You want the White Stripes. We get it. So for our upcoming Vault package we’re excited to present our fans with peeks at the White Stripes from three decidedly different eras of the band.
First off, we’re pleased to offer Live in Mississippi a recording of the White Stripes’ final live concert from July 31st, 2007 in Southaven, Mississippi. Presented in crystalline audio quality and spread across 2 LP’s pressed on 180-gram vinyl, this recording is (arguably) the band at the top of their game. With the local geography looming large on their minds, the set list is decidedly heavy on the blues and features covers of songs by Robert Johnson, Son House and Leadbelly. The rest of the set includes songs from all six of the White Stripes’ studio albums and the show is offered in its entirety.
Our 7” this quarter features some of the earliest recordings the White Stripes ever made. The a-side is a haunting, stark version of “Signed DC” originally done by the band Love on their self-titled debut record from 1966. The flipside is a breathtaking rendition of the Otis Redding classic “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long.” Recorded in Detroit in September of 1997 a mere two months after the Stripes’ live debut, this single provides a heretofore unheard era of the band. Although their debut single “Let’s Shake Hands” wouldn’t be released for another eight months, this recording shows how fully-formed the general idea, aesthetic and approach of the White Stripes was from the very start.
The final component of this collection is a DVD entitled Under Moorhead Lights All Fargo Night. Recorded at Ralph’s Corner Bar in Moorhead, Minnesota on June 13th, 2000, this previously unseen footage captures the band immediately following the release of their sophomore album De Stijl on what was their first extended bout of touring across the United States. Performing for only a handful of people, the show is heavy on the band’s earlier material with a spirited cover of Iggy Pop’s “I’m Bored” being of particular excitement and note."
Here are the setlists for both live shows included in the package:
Live in Mississippi Tracklist:
01. Stop Breaking Down (Robert Johnson)
02. Let’s Build a Home
03. When I Hear My Name
04. Icky Thump
05. Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground/As Ugly As I Seem
06. The Same Boy You’ve Always Known
07. Wasting My Time
08. Phonograph Blues (Robert Johnson)
09. Cannon/John the Revelator (Traditional)
10. Death Letter (Son House)
12. Apple Blossom
13. You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Do As You’re Told)
14. In the Cold, Cold Night
15. I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart
16. Hotel Yorba
17. A Martyr For My Love For You
18. Ball and Biscuit
19. 300 MPH Torrential Outpour Blues
20. Blue Orchid
21. I’m Slowly Turning Into You
22. Boll Weevil
Under Moorhead Lights All Fargo Night Tracklist:
01. Let’s Shake Hands
03. Wasting My Time
04. Jolene (Dolly Parton)
05. Little Bird
06. Apple Blossom
07. You’re Pretty Good Looking (for a Girl)
08. Your Southern Can is Mine (Blind Willie McTell)
09. Suger Never Tasted So Good
10. Truth Doesn’t Make a Noise
11. I’m Bored (Iggy Pop)
12. Cannon/John the Revelator (Traditional)
I have been told by Third Man that if you sign up for the vault BEFORE April 30th, you will get this package! To sign up now, click HERE.