Unreleased White Stripes Live Set to Vault Series Subscribers



Third Man Records Vault subscribers will have the chance to pick up a set of previously-unreleased live recordings from the White Stripes

Jack White’s Third Man Records subscription series, The Vault, has a fun freebie on the way.  The sixteenth chapter of the series will offer an album of previously-unreleased live recordings from White’s former garage-rock duo, the White Stripes.

The set will offer a double-disc vinyl album that follows The Stripes’ famed concert at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on July 2, 2003. The release, “Nine Miles from the White City,” will include 26 songs and performances of White Stripes favorites “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground,” “We Are Going to Be Friends” and  “Seven Nation Army.” The set also includes cover songs by Captain Beefheart, Bob Dylan and blues performer Robert Johnson. Check out the full track listing below.

Subscribers to the Vault series will also score a 7” vinyl album with solo demo recordings of White performing “Little Acorns” and “I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart,” plus a 56-page photo book packing photos taken during the recording sessions for the White Stripes’ 2003 “Elephant” album. This particular package will be available to subscribing members until April 30.

‘Nine Miles from the White City’ Track Listing:

“When I Hear My Name”
“Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground”
“Love Sick” (Bob Dylan cover)
“Hotel Yorba”
“Cool Drink of Water Blues” (Tommy Johnson cover)
“The Hardest Button to Button”
“I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart”
“Stones in My Passway” (Robert Johnson cover)
“Stop Breakin’ Down” (Robert Johnson cover)
“In the Cold, Cold Night”
“Seven Nation Army”
“The Same Boy You’ve Always Known”
“Black Jack Davey”
“We Are Going to Be Friends”
“Offend in Every Way”
“Little Cream Soda”
“Cannon/Party of Special Things to Do” (Captain Beefheart cover)
“Candy Cane Children”
“The Air Near My Fingers”
“Ball and Biscuit”
“Screwdriver” (Reprise)
“Let’s Build a Home”
“Goin’ Back to Memphis” (Henry & June cover)