The latest installment of Third Man’s Vault subscription series is centered around live performances from three of Jack White‘s early bands: Two Star Tabernacle, The Go, and Jack White and the Bricks. The performances, which are contained on three LPs, were recorded at Detroit’s Gold Dollar venue in 1998 and 1999. Above, you can listen to three snippets taken from the release.
All of the performances feature songs written by White. The Two Star Tabernacle LP includes early versions of the White Stripes’ “Hotel Yorba” and “Now Mary,” while the Jack White and the Bricks LP includes versions of the White Stripes’ “Dead Leaves & The Dirty Ground,” “Candy Cane Children,” and “You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket.” The LPs also come with reproductions of flyers, setlists, and more.
The Vault package will also include the Dead Weather’s “Let Me Through” b/w “Be Still” 7″, as well as a “Third Man Records Challenge Coin,” which gives its bearer 10% off any purchase made at the label’s Nashville or Detroit stores in 2016. It also works as a large hole 45 adaptor for a record player.
The subscription deadline for this Vault package is January 31.
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