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The White Stripes Nine Miles From The White City (2013)

 The White Stripes — Nine Miles From The White City (2013)

The White Stripes Nine Miles From The White City
♥  Double LP has beem released to celebrate 10th anniversary of 'Elephant'
Formed: 1997
Location: Detroit, Michigan, United States
Album release: July 9, 2013
Record Label: Third Main Records
Duration:     87:37
A1 When I Hear My Name     (3:07)
A2 Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground     (3:02)
A3 Love Sick (Bob Dylan cover)      (3:50)
A4 Hotel Yorba     (2:04)
A5 Aluminum     (1:02)
A6 Cool Drink Of Water (Tommy Johnson cover)      (2:13)
A7 The Hardest Button To Button     (4:06)
B1 I Want To Be The Boy Who Warms Your Mother's Heart (3:29)
B2 Stones In My Passway (Robert Johnson cover)      (2:49)
B3 Stop Breaking Down (Robert Johnson cover)      (3:53)
B4 Do     (3:46)
B5 In The Cold, Cold Night     (3:53)
B6 Seven Nation Army     (3:59)
C1 The Same Boy You've Always Known     (4:07)
C2 Black Jack Davey     (3:02)
C3 We Are Going To Be Friends     (2:53)
C4 Offend In Every Way     (2:16)
C5 Little Cream Soda     (4:01)
C6 Cannon/Party Of Special Things To Do (Captain Beefheart cover)      (2:50)
C7 Candy Cane Children     (1:49)
C8 The Air Near My Fingers     (2:53)
D1 This Protector     (2:18)
D2 Screwdriver (Tease)     (0:14)
D3 Ball And Biscuit     (7:00)
D4 Screwdriver (Reprise)     (5:18)
D5 Let's Build A Home     (2:04)
D6 Goin' Back To Memphis (Henry & June cover)     (5:40)
Jack White – vocals, guitars, bass, piano, keyboards, other roles (1997–2011)
Meg White – drums, percussion, vocals, other roles (1997–2011)
Artist moods: -Exciting-Gritty-Brash-Energetic-Fiery-Freewheeling-Gleeful-Playful-Rambunctious-Swaggering-Yearning-Aggressive-Ambitious-Cathartic-Confident-Gutsy-Intense-Plaintive-Raucous-Rousing-Searching-Uncompromising-Urgent-Volatile-Paranoid-Bittersweet-Confrontational-Literate-Theatrical-Witty
♥  The release will come through Jack White's Third Man Records Vault subscription service and will be released as a double vinyl LP featuring 26 songs. Recorded at Chicago's Aragon Ballroom in 2003, the tracklisting includes fan favourites such as 'Hotel Yorba' and 'Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground' as well as a number of cover versions of songs by Bob Dylan and Captain Beefheart.
♥  The release celebrates 10 years since the release of The White Stripes album 'Elephant' in 2003 and will come with a 7" featuring demos of the Elephant tracks 'I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother's Heart' and 'Little Acorns' as well as photos of the recording sessions for the album taken by David Swanson.
Website: http://www.whitestripes.net/
Website: http://www.whitestripes.com/
Label: http://thirdmanrecords.com/artists/view/the-white-stripes
♥  "In celebration of the ten-year anniversary of the White Stripes album Elephant, Third Man has gone searching underneath couch cushions and in shady back alleys for the perfect Vault package to accompany the label’s reissue of the album.
♥  Of utmost excitement is a 2 x LP blistering live set by the White Stripes recorded July 2nd, 2003 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago.
♥  Titled Nine Miles From the White City, this 26-song, 79-minute, tour-de-force performance is indicative of the absolute explosiveness Jack and Meg embodied at the height of their 2003 touring."
Studio albums:
♥  1999   The White Stripes   V2 / Third Man
♥  2000   De Stijl   Sympathy For The Record Industry
♥  2001   White Blood Cells   Sympathy For The Record Industry
♥  2003   Elephant   V2
♥  2005   Get Behind Me Satan   V2 
♥  2007   Icky Thump I  Warner Bros.
♥  2010   Under Great White Northern Lights   Third Man Records / Warner Bros.  
Birth name: John Anthony Gillis
Born: July 9, 1975, Detroit, Michigan, United States
Occupations: Musician, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, actor
Instruments: Vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, marimba, mandolin, xylophone, clavioline, bass guitar
Notable instruments:
♥  1965 JB Hutto Montgomery Airline
♥  1970s-era Crestwood Astral II
♥  Gretsch Penguin
♥  1950s-era Kay Hollowbody
♥  Custom Gretsch Triple Jet
♥  Custom Gretsch Jupiter Thunderbird
♥  Custom Gretsch Anniversary Jr."Triple Green Machine"
♥  Ludwig Drums
Birth name: Megan Martha White
Born: December 10, 1974, Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
Instruments: Drums, Synthesizer, Vocals
♥  Meg White uses a red Ludwig drum kit with a red and white peppermint swirl on the resonant heads of the toms and bass drum.
♥  On the Icky Thump tour, the bass drum head design was switched to a button; and, during the From the Basement: The White Stripes recordings, it was switched to an image of Meg's hand holding an apple (from the Get Behind Me Satan cover).
♥  She also uses a pair of Paiste 14-inch (36 cm) Signature Medium Hi-Hats, a Paiste 19-inch (48 cm) Signature Power Crash, and a Paiste 22-inch (56 cm) 2002 Ride, as of 2006.
♥  Meg's white Pearl Export bass drum complete with original peppermint-painted bass drum that she used with the band's first show in 1997 until 2002, and complete Pearly Queen outfit as featured in the photos for the Icky Thump album, was used in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame "Women Who Rock" exhibition.
Biography by Andrew Leahey
♥  the White Stripes formed on Bastille Day in 1997, aiming to create simple, vigorous rock & roll with little more than Meg White's percussion and Jack White's guitar-and-vocal attack. Meg's drumming was deliberate and straightforward, while Jack's formidable guitar skills paid homage to garage rock, blues, and punk. A former drummer for the Detroit-based country outfit Goober & the Peas, he also displayed an affinity for American folk music, and the White Stripes took strength in the varied interests of its two members. Moreover, the group bolstered its sound with a controversial backstory (although the bandmates claimed to be siblings, they were actually a married couple until 2000) and a unique color scheme, which saw their clothing and cover art adhering to a red-and-white peppermint candy motif.
Although the band emerged from Detroit's burgeoning rock scene, the White Stripes quickly gained a national following after touring alongside Pavement and Sleater-Kinney. Such performances helped support the duo's self-titled debut album, released in 1999 and dedicated to blues icon Son House. A sophomore effort followed closely behind, as the self-recorded De Stijl appeared in June 2000. However, it was the band's third release -- 2001's White Blood Cells -- that established the White Stripes as forerunners of the garage rock revival. Recorded in Memphis by renowned producer Doug Easley, White Blood Cells was a critical smash, launching the band into the same circle as the Strokes and the Hives. the White Stripes appeared on Late Night with David Lettterman and the MTV Movie Awards program; meanwhile, their music was profiled in such publications as Time, The New Yorker, and Entertainment Weekly.
Faced with a swell in popularity, the musicians made the tough decision to jump to a major label. White Blood Cells was accordingly reissued by V2 Records in January 2002, and the previous two records followed suit in June. the White Stripes' profile continued to build as the music video for "Fell in Love with a Girl" -- a clever piece of Lego-animation directed by Michel Gondry -- was nominated for four MTV Video Awards, including Breakthrough Video, Best Special Effects in a Video, and Best Video of the Year, the latter of which pitted the band against the likes of Eminem and *NSYNC. While many garage rock revivalists struggled to maintain popularity as the decade progressed, the White Stripes proved to be an enduring presence, with 2003's Elephant receiving unanimous critical acclaim (and platinum sales in several countries) upon its release.
the White Stripes returned in 2005 with Get Behind Me Satan, a dizzyingly diverse album that spanned disco-metal and light, marimba-driven pop. In keeping with the band's feverish pace, the album had been written and recorded in two weeks that spring. The Stripes supported its release with a tour, during which they covered Tegan and Sara's "Walking with a Ghost" and released the song as a single at the end of 2005. That same year, Jack White and his new wife, model/singer Karen Elson, moved to Nashville, TN. White also formed the Raconteurs with Brendan Benson and the Greenhornes' Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler, and spent much of 2006 touring in support of the group's debut album, Broken Boy Soldiers.
Jack White continued to juggle his responsibilities as he performed with several bands, produced albums for other artists, and made forays into cinema. the White Stripes remained a vital commercial and critical presence, however, and the Grammy-winning Icky Thump appeared in 2007. Recorded in three weeks at Nashville's Blackbird Studio, the album included the first-ever Stripes songs with bagpipes and mariachi horns. After issuing another album with the Raconteurs, Jack White added yet another band to his plate as he joined the Dead Weather, a female-fronted group that released its debut album in 2009. That same year, he also appeared in the guitar-themed movie It Might Get Loud, and produced an album for Elson. That year also saw the theatrical release of Under Great White Northern Lights, the White Stripes' first concert film. Directed by Emmett Malloy, the film documented the band's 2007 Canadian tour and premiered at the 2009 Toronto Film Festival. The DVD of the film and a companion album of the same name were issued in 2010.


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