Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Raconteurs - The Henry Fonda Theater - 2008-5-18

**LINK UPDATED 2010-11-29**

This Jack White spell I've had of late shows no signs of slowing. The more I listen, read about, discuss, whatever, about him and his projects the more I understand how special the dude actually is. Since 1999 he's played in 3 large to semi large acts (in our music world, not U2's) (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, solo album soon?) he's made 10 records (including The Dead Weathers next record, Sea of Cowards), produced 28 (albums/singles), has won 5.5 Grammys, done quite a bit of movie work, has started Third Man Records, and the list goes on. He's one of the busiest men in music. BUT I'm not saying "he has these accomplishments, that makes him good" im saying he's accomplished that much and it has been good, he's consistently put out interesting, quality work.

Anyways, Jack White fans, grab this one. His guitar work is stellar throughout but their are moments on this recording that will blow your mind. This is the best "Blue Veins" jam I've heard to date.

01 Consolers of the Lonely
02 Hold Up
03 You Don't Understand Me
04 Top Yourself
05 The Switch and the Spur
06 Keep it Clean
07 Old Enough
08 Level
09 Rich Kid Blues
10 Blue Veins
11 Rich Kid Blues
12 Many Shades of Black
13 Store Bought Bones/ Intimate Secretary
14 Steady, As She Goes
15 Together
16 Salute Your Solution
17 Carolina Drama


Anonymous said...

Hi! I love your blog! Would you be able to re-upload this one? Thank you so much!

Jason said...

The link is now looking to party.