The White Stripes have released recordings of their first-ever live shows. Available through Third Man Records' "Vault" subscription series, the package includes a tote bag along with two vinyl records: Live at the Gold Dollar 7", which features the White Stripes' very first live performance at a Detroit open mic night on July 14th, 1997, and Live at the Gold Dollar, a 12" featuring the band's first full show on August 14th, 1997. The records contain early recordings of "Jimmy the Exploder,""St. James Infirmary Blues," "Lafayette Blues," "Screwdriver" and more.
White Stripes Release Recordings of First-Ever Live Shows
New vinyl contains material from the band's first gigs in 1997
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