Early Jack White Material To Be Release By Third Man Records | Music News
Third Man Records, the record label founded by Jack White in 2001, will release some of the musician early material for the members of their ‘Vault’ subscription service. Part of the material set to be released are the 1998 live version of the songs “Hotel Yorba” and “Now Mary”, originally written for White’s early punk band Two Stars Tabernacle and later published on The White Stripes‘ White Blood Cell, and the unreleased track “Itchy”, from the same 1998 live set. You can hear a clip of the latter via Souncloud.
Early versions of The White Stripes “Candy Cane Children” and “You Got Her in Your Pocket”, originally performed by White’s band The Bricks, will feature in the release, along with other unpublished material such as the track “One and Two”. In order to receive the tracks, you can subscribe to the Vault here, but just until January 31. Hurry up!
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