the white stripes

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Song of the Day – 2/16/15

As we’ve pointed out countless times in this space, Jack White is a genius. When he takes on the blues, he does things that sound completely original while at the same time staying true the style. “Ball and Biscuit” – The White Stripes – Elephant – 2003 Advertisements

Song of the Day – 12/12/14

Let’s end the work week with some early music from The White Stripes. “Hello Operator” – The White Stripes – De Stijl – 2000

Song of the Day – 5/12/14

The last time we featured this band was all the way back in February 2013…definitely way too long between songs. Jack White is pretty much a musical genius. “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground” – The White Stripes – White Blood Cells – 2001

Song of the Day – 2/17/13

There is something amazing about the level of sound produced by the duo known as The White Stripes. Jack White’s guitar playing is lethal and Meg White’s drumming rattles the eardrums with no regard for human life. Add the vocals which lean heavily on Plant’s rock god wailing and you’ve got incredible rock band. In … Continue reading

Belgium/GermanyFebruary 17th, 2017