A new video for “Lazaretto” single “Would You Fight For My Love.
(Previously) rare recordings of “Alone In My Home” and “Entitlement” from his latest LP.
Jack White has let loose his new album “Lazaretto,” streaming it a full week before its official release.
The singer told Rolling Stone, “People can’t clap any more, because they’ve got a fucking texting thing in their fucking hand, and probably a drink, too!”
The new tune is a bluesy, boozy down-and-dirty rock tune that recalls some the Rolling Stones’ sloppy Exile on Main Street days.
Set to hit shelves next month, this limited edition version of ‘Lazaretto’ has some of the outright coolest tricks and hidden gems of any album to date.
While you were waiting in line to get some of the amazing goodies on Record Store Day, Jack White was delivering on his promise to break a few records, while at the same time be insanely innovative an
The mutual admiration between Young and White is one of the best platonic love affairs in recent musical history, and it was probably only a matter of time before the two started collaborating.
A reunited Outkast join Jack White for what will surely be a great weekend in the city.
Now they’ve just got to get in the studio again.
So much for the most amicable divorce of all time.
I myself never liked The White Stripes. However, you need not be a fan of the sound he makes to understand that Jack White stands as arguably the most important musician of his generation.
In unrelated news, White has been made an honorary Worshipful Master.
All this and more links to use in acting all educated.
The hour long video is your weekend watch.