If you have been missing the White Stripes (because of how they are RIP), this post should be reassuring that somewhere in Nashville there is a tar-and-peppermint-colored vault with and endless trove of half-baked Jack and Meg collabo jams waiting to slowly and steadily trickle out and into the vinyl collector’s market for years to come. Or maybe just these two songs and they’re done forever! Who knows. In any event, thanks to YouTube you can hear this pair of previously unreleased covers “Signed D.C.” and “I’ve Been Loving You Too Long,” which were recently pressed and sent to platinum members of Jack White’s Third Man Vault record club. Stream them below:
(via Some Kind Of Awesome)
In other Jack White news, Detroit-based independent hip hop artist Black Milk got himself flown down to Nashville to cut a pair of singles in the Third Man Records label head’s home studio. Jack produced both, plays guitar on one track and drums on the other, and surprised everyone by doing it. Listen/read over at Black Milk’s blog.