Jack White‘s Third Man Records will release Live at the Gold Dollar Vol. III, a recording of a White Stripes concert from 1999 that took place at Detroit’s Gold Dollar bar, as part of a new installment in their long-running Vault series. It includes covers of Robert Johnson, Bob Dylan, and Son House. Above, listen to an excerpt of “Let’s Build a Home”, and check out a setlist below.
The package also includes a Dead Weather single “Impossible Winner” b/w “Mile Markers” (taken from their new album Dodge & Burn), two flyers that Jack White designed for the Gold Dollar show, a copy of the set list as written by White, a Third Man pin, and archival photographs of the White Stripes.
The deadline to subscribe to Third Man’s Vault series in order to receive this package is October 31.
Live at the Gold Dollar Vol. III:
01 Broken Bricks
02 Jimmy the Exploder
03 The Big Three Killed My Baby
04 Stop Breaking Down (first live performance) (Robert Johnson cover)
05 Suzy Lee (first live performance)
06 Let’s Build a Home
07 Sugar Never Tasted So Good
09 Little People
10 One More Cup of Coffee (Bob Dylan cover)
11 Astro (first live performance)
12 Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
13 Wasting My Time
14 Red Bowling Ball Ruth
15 Cannon/John the Revelator/Grinnin’ in Your Face (Son House cover)
16 Let’s Shake Hands
Watch the White Stripes perform “Astro” at a different Gold Dollar show from 1999:
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