Jack White – Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There) | New Music
Jack White has announced the release of “That Black Bat Licorice”, available now to pre-order as a 7” vinyl. The single is taken from his second album and 2014 release Lazaretto. Most notable was White’s choice of B-side for the record – a cover of Harry Connick Jr.’s 1991 Jazz and big band release, “Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There)”. Of course, with a few choice instrument changes, Jack White has managed to churn out a cover that sounds like it could easily have been pulled from a modern day cabaret. The digital download of the single and B-side will be available to download on February 17. You can listen to Jack White’s cover of “Blue Light, Red Light (Someone’s There)” here.
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