As a part of Third Man Records’ Vault Series, Jack White’s label will release the first-ever White Stripes show on vinyl.
Third Man is calling this “its most historically significant collection yet,” which is an accurate depiction of this set. Included are an LP of the band’s first live show and a 7″ that contains an even earlier open-mic performance. Early versions of ‘Screwdriver’ and ‘Lafayette Blues,’ along with a cover of The Stooges’ ‘TV Eye,’ promise to show just how fully-formed the White Stripes were from the beginning.
Along with these essential recordings, the set includes a tote bag with the Stripes’ iconic peppermint logo. Subscribe to the Vault by July 31 to receive this package, which should be the perfect bookend for the White Stripes’ last show, a previous Vault entry.