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Kitsos Harisiadis
Lament In A Deep Style 1929 - 1931

Jack White has been tunnelling in the archives again… this time he’s come out with some amazing deep rarities from Greek folk musician and clarinetist Kitsos Harisiadis, all recorded in the period 1929 to 1931. ...view item »

No Joy
Blue Room Sessions

Well well well. What have we here. Seems Jack White’s Third Man Records have gone and done themselves another live session. We told you about those, didn’t we now Jack. Too many of them and they’ll be the death of you, Jack. Even if they are spunky shoegaze-grunge numbers from the lovable duo ...view item »

Dinosaur Jr
Blue Room Sessions

Third Man Records love a live session, and they also love 7”s. Makes sense, then, that they’ve brought the two together in perfect harmony. This one comes courtesy of the ageing band of John Hughes protagonists that are Dinosaur Jr.. For their latest trick, they turn in a pair of songs that are ...view item »

Death From Above 1979
Live at Third Man Records

Death From Above 1979 recorded these live jams at Third Man studios, under the wise eyes of “patron saint of vibes” (their description) Jack White. That decade away didn’t dull their edge: DFA 1979 still sou...view item »

Jack White
Lazaretto

Bow your heads and curtsy, here is Sir Jack White III with his second solo opus. Its not, as you might think on first glance, the Crow soundtrack, look closer and there he is on the sleeve sprawled in a throne he’s made out of some stone remnants he found as his local garden centre. I’ve always adhered to the less is more the...view item »

Sleep
The Sciences

Sleep have been absent from our lives for an incredibly long time -- 2003, at the latest, as it was when the real, good and true version of 'Dopesmoker' came out -- and may be surprised to learn that things have changed. People still love weed, I'll give them that, but like, this is 2018; no one's getting high and listening to stoner metal now t...view item »

Diana Ross and the Supremes
Supreme Rarities: Motown Lost & Found

Jack White’s Third Man label are dabbling with the mainstream. Working with record industry behemoths Universal they have packaged their 2008 double CD release of Diana Ross & The Supremes - Supreme Rarities: Motown Lost & Found as a spectacular 4 LP box set. It has ...view item »

The White Stripes
The Complete John Peel Sessions

Strangely the sound quality of the vinyl is very disappointing, and I know it's not my system. The vinyl is also missing the interactions between John and the band, which fortunately the download does includes. The sound quality of the mp3 is also superior to the vinyl, which just isn't right. I would have thought Jack White would have got the h...view item »

Jack White
Boarding House Reach

What is interesting is how a man who wrote such simple songs that cut straight to the chase has managed to become so bloated.  Opener here 'Connected By Love' has several organ and guitar solos, a gospel choir, burping electronics, a breakdown section, quiet vocals, shouted vocals, a kitchen sink. What did 'Seven Nation Army' have. Go on, t...view item »

Jack White
That Black Bat Licorice

Third time’s a charm certainly rings true with Jack White’s third single from new album Lazaretto. That Black Bat Licorice recaptures some of the outlandish skronk and idiosyncratic attitude to the blues that made him so compelling with The White Stripes. B-side features a cover of Harry Connick Jr’s ...view item »

The White Stripes
Seven Nation Army /Good To Me

You know that song with the riff? I've heard it's a pretty good riff. "Seven Nation Army" is perhaps the most iconic White Stripes song there is, responsible for Jack White thinking many great things of himself, and this 7" pronounces that greatness, plus a b-side called "Good To Me", a cover by way of Brendan Benson. ...view item »

Jack White
Connected By Love / Respect Commander

Jack White continues ploughing his solo furrow with a new single on his Nashville-based Third Man label. It’s a double A-sided affair containing the tracks Connected By Love and Respect Commander. A new album will follow at some point in the not too distant future and Jack White has already alerted us to t...view item »

Jack White
Would You Fight For My Love?

Jack White is kinda turning into that guy who crashes on your sofa for a week and refuses to leave, only he'll probably record the moment you lose your temper and release it as part of a spoken word classic for Third Man Records. But yeah, the White Stripe is still here, would you believe: he's got another 7" sing...view item »

Jack White
Lazaretto / Power Of My Love

'Lazaretto' is the first single from Jack White's second album, cunningly also called 'Lazaretto', being released on his very own Third Man Records. Why Jack White is writing songs about maritime quarantine stations, only he knows. The track is backed on the flip by exclusive tune 'Power Of My Love'.  ...view item »

Jack White
Love Interruption / Machine Gun Silhouette

It's weird you know. I put this on and someone said it sounded like Jack White and that's cos it does. That's amazing that... This is the first fruit from his forthcoming debut album coming out late April on XL/Third Man. The song is a bluesy thing and he's duetting with some woman or oth...view item »

Jack White
Fly Farm Blues

Jack White! 21st century blues man! 'Fly farm blues' was conceived on the spot at the request of director Davis Guggenheim to make up part of his new Documentary 'It Might get Loud', 'Fly Farm Blues' is improvised blues music recorded on the premises of a Fly Farm so the theme is self explanatory. It's a typically decent Jack White Jam that will no...view item »

Courtney Barnett
Boxing Day Blues (Revisited)

Courtney Barnett slowed down album ‘Sometimes I Sit and Think’ with a slice of near-ernest melancholy called “Boxing Day Blues”; here she does what any person with a guitar does these days and visited Jack White at Third Man, the world’s bluest label. “Boxing Day Blues (Revisit...view item »

Craig Brown Band
The Lucky Ones Forget

Craig Brown is releasing his debut full-length with his Band on Jack White’s Third Man Records, and he’s stayed in keeping with the house style by recording with as few overdubs as possible. The Lucky Ones Forget is thus a direct expression of Craig’s ...view item »

SHIRT
Pure Beauty

Queens based artist designer and all round mystery person SHIRT is the first hip-hop artist to be signed to Third Man. This is an intelligent and thoughtful take on the genre exemplified in the fact that this album is an ode to conceptual artist artist John Baldessari.  Focusing on raw and simple beauty the album is a ...view item »

Sun Seeker
Georgia Dust

Sun Seeker are a Nashville group who are only now being revealed to the wider world, through the efforts of Jack White’s Third Man Records. Georgia Dust is their debut single, and marks out a rich, country-influenced americana territory. A beautiful, melancholy way to make a start. 7” vinyl ...view item »

Laughing Hyenas
Merry Go Round

Laughing Hyenas were a great band that deserved more exposure. Larissa Strickland is the master of what I call the "slow burn" rock guitar solo. By this I mean the polar opposite of Van Halen/Satriani flash, something that doesn't grab your attention until it's just about over, but then you realise your subconscious mind has been listening to it...view item »

Laughing Hyenas
You Can’t Pray A Lie

John Brannon has a vocal style that is just plain face melting. His lyrics are none less than great. Larissa Stricklands drug fuelled guitar in combination with one of my all-time favourite rhythm sections, to me, makes this one of the greatest bands of its kind, and its generation. I have a friend who saw them live and said the energy that came...view item »

Pill
Live at Third Man Records

Brooklyn punks Pill come through with one of the most unusual and thrilling releases in the Live At Third Man Records 7” series. The live setting makes the band’s already-frenzied no wave by turns more no-ey and more wave-y. ‘Afraid of the Mirror’, for instance, pits garbled vox and sax against a...view item »

Waxahatchee
Live at Third Man Records

Katie Crutchfield’s Waxahatchee project follows in the footsteps of Chain & The Gang, Shabazz Palaces, Kid Congo and loads more by releasing in the Live At Third Man Records series. Stripping away the beefy post-grunge stylings of her studio LPs, this two-trac...view item »

Joshua Hedley
Mr. Jukebox

This is … well it's ... it's definitely … let’s start by saying that it’s on Jack White’s Third Man Records, as sure a sign as any that what you’re about to listen to could go either way. Joshua Hedley plays the fiddle and sings in the good old country fashi...view item »

Michael Kiwanuka
You've Got Nothing To Lose

He’s alright Michael Kiwanuka innee? A throwback to the soulful lads of the ‘70’s like Terry Callier and the like. You could never guess that this was made in the age of internet. He has a rich brown soulful voice and strums his acoustic guitar nicely. On the main track there’...view item »

Marching Church
Live at Third Man Records

Ellias Bender Ronnenfelt (Iceage’s tortured artist in residence) takes his Marching Church project to Third Man Records. The live treatment suits Ronnenfelt very well. While his Scandi-Nick Cave thing can come across a bit laboured on his studio LPs, the frenzy of recordin...view item »

Melvins
Houdini

American noise (then) trio Melvins were named after a grocery store supervisor who was despised by the band member who worked under him. Houdini was their fifth studio album, and the first on major label Atlantic (who dropped them 2 albums later). Championed by grunge Gods Nirvana, 'Houdini' was essentially the band's break-through album. Reissu...view item »

Earth
Live at Third Man Records

Jack White, bless him, facilitates something worthwhile every now and then. This live album was recorded to tape (nice!) last year in the Blue Room at Third Man Records in Nashville, where Dylan, Adrienne and co played support to Boris (whose set from that night i...view item »

The White Stripes
White Blood Cells

Over-rated? Probably, but there are some bloody great songs on here. “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground” is a stirring opener, “Hotel Yorba” is incredibly simple but extremely catchy and that is harder thing to achieve than it seems. “Fell in Love with a Girl” is brilliant, clattering, noisy pop song. “We...view item »

Boris
Live at Third Man Records

Last year the long-running Tokyo heavy rockers marked the ten year anniversary of their landmark stoner opus PINK by playing it in full and at massive volume at Nashville’s Third Man Records. Happily, the Blue Room is kitted out with a snazzy analogue recording setup, so the set was committe...view item »

Margo Price
Paper Cowboy

Folky country bumpkin Margo Price dons her cowboy hat and trusty acoustic (maybe a backing band too) for a pair of limited 7" singles on none other than Third Man records. The singles comprise two halves of an EP, so make sure you don't just get half an EP because you'll just be wondering what could have been. Paper Cowboy is said to be built fo...view item »

Jack White
Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016

Here’s the opportunity for a different angle on the busy career of Jack White. While White is usually electrified, these are Jack White Acoustic Recordings, and they span his whole career to date, from 1998 White Stripes material to 2016 solo material. Includes some real deep cuts...view item »

U2
The Blackout

Oh no! U2 have a new album due. We had no idea. Ensure your iTunes folders are clamped shut then. This is a Black Friday unleashing of the first track from this upcoming opus and comes out on Third Man no less. Palms greased on either side we'd imagine. To get you even more excited it comes with a remix from their long term coll...view item »

Fucked Up
Live at Third Man Records

Jack White’s Third Man label continue their live sessions, pushing the pure analog love affair. These live ssions have covered an incredible array of artists, from Shabazz Palaces to The Shins, all recorded straight to tape and onto acetate. This time round it’s Canadian post-hardcor...view item »

Woods
Live at Third Man Records

Woods are a reliably American band who’ve been mixing folk and soul and funk and indie for a decade now. This particular release documents what happened when Woods played a live set at Jack White’s Third Man Records, recorded in meticulous analogue detail on audio-lover ...view item »

The White Stripes
There's No Home For You Here / I Fought Piranhas

The White Stripes invite you to remember a time when they released killer singles and existed as a band and whatnot; that time had something to do with an Elephant, if I recall, and "There's No Home For You Here" is invited along in the crew of 7"s that seeks to canonize their best moment. Comes with a b-side known...view item »

SQURL
Paterson: Original Film Score

Paterson is a film by Jim Jarmusch, and get this: the soundtrack is by him as well. Sqürl is Jim along with Ca...view item »

Melvins
Stag

A welcome vinyl reissue of 1996's Stag; Melvins' 8th studio album and the last to be released on a major label (they were dropped by Atlantic the following year). American trio / sometimes four-piece Melvins were named after a supermarket supervisor that a band member worked under, and despised. Get yourself hooked up with this double gatef...view item »

Muddy Waters
Electric Mud

In 1968 Chess Records teamed Muddy Waters up with Chicago rockers Rotary Connection. It was a rather calculated attempt to sell the older bluesman to hippies, and the result was a somewhat forced grafting of obvious psych tropes over Muddy’s standards and a cover of the Stones...view item »

Ultimate Painting
Live at Third Man Records

Ultimate Painting is the pairing of James Hoare and Jack Cooper, known for their excellent indie bands Veronica Falls and Mazes (respective...view item »

The White Stripes
De Stijl

This was the first White Stripes album that I heard, before any hype. It was on the Sympathy for the Record Industry label. My first impressions upon hearing “You’re Pretty Good Looking for a Girl” were that they sounded like ...view item »

The White Stripes
The White Stripes

The White Stripes debut album was originally released in 1999. The album was produced by Jack White and fellow Detroit musician Jim Diamond, the bass player with The Dirtbombs. As well as original material, the album features some covers including Robert Johnson’s Stop...view item »

Yusuf / Cat Stevens
I Love My Dog / Matthew & Son

It's been fifty years since Cat Stevens (now known as Yusuf Islam) released his debut LP Matthew & Son, and he’s celebrating with a 7” release of new versions of two tracks. As well as the LP’s title track, we also have the lovely canine ode I Love My Dog to enjoy. ...view item »

SQURL
Live at Third Man Records

Check this out: SQÜRL is a band with Jim Jarmusch in it! Yeah that’s right, the director with the excellent music taste can also play out himself. Live At Third Man Records is a great slab of weird-rock music,...view item »

Melvins
Live At Third Man Records

Now, it’s fair to say that I’ve not always sung the praises of Third Man Records. For a while there it looked like they’d settled into a modus operandi of putting out an endless stream of increasingly pointless novelty 7”s by “artists” like the ...view item »

Margo Price
Midwest Farmer's Daughter

This is the debut album of Margo Price, a new country artist who seemingly has the whole history of Nashville and Memphis running through her veins. Midwest Farmer’s Daughter has the kind of poetic narratives the best country relies on, as well as a classic...view item »

Beck
I Just Started Hating Some People Today / Blue Randy

We’re bang up to date here at Normans - we’re reviewing this off a web link as we don’t have a promo (or the stock at the moment) so please bear with me. This is Beck as produced by ladies man Jack White and re...view item »

Chain & The Gang
Live at Third Man Records

This is the first live document of Chain and the Gang the latest product of the world's most entertaining front man Ian Svenonius (Nation of Ulysses, The Make-Up etc). The album perfectly captures the soulful racketeering of his latest band and the raucous social/political commentary of his vocals.   ...view item »

Margo Price
All American Made

A country newcomer who shot her way to acclaim real quick, Margo Price is one of Nashville’s finest artists right now, and is somehow able to communicate country music from her corner all the way to here in Leeds, where Americanisms are few and far between amongst the constant and overwhelming yelps of “Yorkshire!”. Her second ...view item »

Muddy Waters
She’s All Right / Sad, Sad Day

She’s Alright/Sad Sad Day is one of three Muddy Waters 7” singles to be released by Jack White’s Third Man records. The sleeve features artwork taken from the classic blues label Chess Records’ original label design. The 7&...view item »

The White Stripes
I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself / Who's To Say

Two covers here, actually: while this 7" project offers one White Stripes single plus one White Stripes cover, "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself" was originally written by Burt Bacharach and familiarized by a soft, serenely romantic adaptation by way of Dusty Springfield. There's the Stripes' pretty raw, half-punx version on here, p...view item »

The White Stripes
The Hardest Button To Button / St. Ides Of March

The White Stripes remember a time when they released a shittonne of impressive singles, each on the classic Elephant. "The Hardest Button to Button" is counterpointed by "St. Ideas of March" on the flip, a cover of the Solded Brothers. A nice way to commemorate one of the best pop/garage rock bands t...view item »

The Rebel
Riding In The Sun / Why Must I Pay

Country Teasers mainman Ben Wallers is also The Rebel, and it is under this guise that he does some of his most fascinating work. Outsider punk that peels the genre apart and shows you s...view item »

Carl Sagan
A Glorious Dawn

Bit of an odd one I've picked up here...'A Glorious Dawn' is a seven inch single composed and arranged by John Boswell that integrates the scientific musings of Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking with some retro futurist space-age synth prog. This has found it's way to release as a result of being viewed over 2 million times on You Tube and features lo...view item »

Rodney Crowell & John Paul White
Luck Mansion Sessions

Jack White’s Third Man Records sure does like to create unique situations, and this recording represents just such a thing. American folk performers John Paul White and Rodney Crowell ...view item »

Ranch Ghost
Sugar and Milk / Soot

Third Man Records' Blue Room Sessions series continues with this, it's fourth instalment recorded in a single take direct to vinyl. Nashville's Ranch Ghost were casually accompanying The Today Show's feature on vinyl with their garage psych mess when Jack White's ears pricked up and bam, here those catchy tune...view item »

Datenight
Bad Times / Not Myself

Garage punks Datenight are must see live act, their energy and anthemic, shouty choruses make for a great gig and compulsory audience participation. Their version of punk nods in the direction of New Zealanders, Toy Love and fellow Americans, The Oblivians. Bad Ti...view item »

Spray Paint
Cussin'

Purposefully loose, mixing no wave and post punk, Spray Paint display their rockin’ chaos through three tracks recorded live in the Blue Room at Third Man Records. There was a studio version of Cussin’ released as a single back in 2014, but this version, for its perfor...view item »

John Waters
Make Trouble

Who’d have thought, way back when in the early days of The White Stripes, that Jack White would end up releasing a seven inch of freaky “people’s pervert” film director and person...view item »

Margo Price
Weakness

Folky country bumpkin Margo Price sits in a tree with her trusty acoustic (her backing band can't climb) for a pair of limited 7" singles on none other than Third Man records. The singles comprise two halves of an EP, so make sure you don't just get half an EP because you'll probably regret it. Weakness is Price at her most upbeat, striking up a...view item »

Whirlwind Heat
Do Rabbits Wonder

Now for another three piece indie band. Whirlwind Heat are XL's latest hopes & their debut, 'Do Rabbits Wonder?' is probably the most exiting thing I've heard from the other side of the Atlantic since the Radio 4 LP. Completely off the wall post-hardcore mentalism & new wave dynam...view item »

Man Or Astro-Man?
Live at Third Man Records

Jack White’s series of Live at Third Man Records releases now includes this treat of a set from the space-surf action men and women who make up Man Or Astro-Man. The Tesla-coil-loving gang play songs from throughout their career with electrifying energy, so that their Live at Third Man Records...view item »

Caddywhompus
Live at Third Man Records

Caddywhompus (great name) join the likes of Shabazz Palaces and Death From Above 1979 in the Live at Third Man series. A live recording plays to the group’s strengths, showcasing the band’s tight math-rock grooves and song structures. ‘Fun Times at Whiskey Bay’ v...view item »

Greg Ashley & The Western Playboys
Greg Ashley & The Western Playboys

Greg has been a wanderin' America for some time now playin' music, releasin' records. This latest one should start payin' him some dues as it's out on Jack's Third Man Records. We're promised a rough hewn selection of waltz, country swing and honky tonk. Like a one man jukebox in the dusty end of town. ...view item »

My Bubba
Gone / You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go

My Bubba are a Scandinavian duo who base their compositions around the Norwegian lap harp. Here they are joined by a trio of Nashville musicians including a drummer named Whip Triplet. They play a composition of their own and cover the Bob Dylan song they first performed when they first sang together. Cute.  ...view item »

Melvins
Stoner Witch

1994's 'Stoner Witch' was the Melvins second release on major label Atlantic, who dropped the band in 1997 and banned the group from releasing their follow-up 'Prick' under their own name when they took it to Amphetamine Reptile Records due to it being a bit experimental. 'Stoner Witch' remains a firm fan favourite - a Melvins classic from the M...view item »


American Epic: The Best of Country

A big old haul of 16 tracks taking you out to southern USA. All remastered to shine through in full glory, this compilation from Jack White’s Third Man label covers many of the influencers and pioneers within the american country music scene. Including tracks from Jimmie Rodgers, Dick Justice...view item »

The Carter Family
American Epic: The Best of The Carter Family

After Jack White released his documentary American Epic, centred on music in the 1920s and the popular music boom, he has been crate digging, remastering and releasing a lot of pioneers responsible for country and blues through Third Man. Here we have 16 tracks of The Carter Family, whose harmonies and ...view item »

Mississippi John Hurt
American Epic: The Best of Mississippi John Hurt

On Third Man’s American Epic series, taking it’s name and premise from the Jack White produced documentary on early blues and country music. Mississippi John Hurt was a fingerpicking blues guitarist, an artist that was underappreciated when originally recording and rediscovered with the American Folk...view item »

Memphis Jug Band
American Epic: The Best of Memphis Jug Band

Part of Jack White’s American Epic series, coming from his documentary of the same name about the roots of blues and music from the 1920s. The Memphis Jug Band incorporated a much wider assortment of instruments from washboards, kazoos and jugs, and between 1925 and 1950 they recorded more than any pre-war...view item »

Blind Willie Johnson
American Epic: The Best of Blind Willie Johnson

Jack White’s Third Man label is delving into american musical heritage with their American Epic series. Here they have compiled 16 of Blind Willie Johnson’s tracks, he only ever recorded 30, so this is pretty comprehensive. Preceding and influencing Howling Wolf Robert Johnson with a...view item »

Lead Belly
American Epic: The Best of Lead Belly

Jack White’s American Epic documentary centred on music in the 1920s and the popular music boom, now through his Third Man label he has turned it into a series of releases uncovering material from legendary musicians. Lead Belly is one of the better known on the list, a blues musician who actually...view item »


American Epic: The Best of Blues

Jack White, having produced a short documentary series about music in the 1920s, has been releasing the soundtrack and delving deeper into the various styles of music around at the time. This one is a “best of..” that might actually count. Remastered delta blues, of some you might know but many you might not, discove...view item »

Sun Seeker
Biddeford

A matter of months after releasing their debut single, Nashville based four piece Sun Seeker return to Third Man records for their debut EP,  Biddeford brings six tracks of lovingly warm indie rock written with wistful pop sentimentality and happy folk contentment. Notable influences from The Byrds...view item »


The Hateful Eight

The complete recordings of Ennio Morricone’s original score for The Hateful Eight, now on 180 gram vinyl LP. These arrangements for Quentin Tarantino’s film make up Morricone’s first Western score in 40 years and it easily competes with the grand, unique and strange o...view item »

Lilly Hiatt & Aaron Lee Tasjan
Luck Mansion Sessions

Jack White’s Third Man Records has teamed up with Luck Reunion to record a series of live-in-the-studio collaborative sessions. American roots music is the name of the game, and this edition features the pairing of Lilly Hiatt and Aaron Lee Tasjan, two artists with big open country hearts....view item »

Neil Michael Hagerty and the Howling Hex
Live at Third Man Records

Neil Michael Hagerty is best known for his frontmanship of major noise rock players Royal Trux, but he’s also doing stuff with The Howling Hex. They recently had a date together at Jack White’s Third Man Records HQ, and a coupla cuts from the performance hav...view item »

Monks
Hamburg Recordings 1967

Special recordings from that classic early essential avant-garage-rock group Monks, released here for the first time! The material here was recorded in Hamburg in 1967 by this group of German-stationed American GIs and has been entirely unreleased since then, until right now! Ooooh… That makes this release a real treat, s...view item »

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