The Jack White Blunderbuss Review

Jack White’s first solo album, Blunderbuss, dropped today — and thanks to iTunes streaming the album for free the past week — I’ve been able to immerse myself in the music from start to finish many times a day.  The album is a fascination.  It’s ’70s Rock?  Alternative Pop?  Blues?  Ragtime?  Yes, Blunderbuss is all that and more.

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The Rome Review

A little more than a year ago, I started reading some rumors online that one of my favorite musicians, Jack White, was collaborating with some musicians on an ambitious studio album that would ultimately be called Rome. The name evoked intrigue — what could that possibly mean? I didn’t hear anything more about it and all I knew was that the other major player in the story, Danger Mouse, had been involved in some pretty intense music projects in the past — the Broken Bells being just one of them. It was therefore with just a hint of trepidation that I approached the album.

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Striking Out On The Dead Weather Triple Decker

I’ve been buying nothing but vinyl records for the last year, enjoying the digital tracks that often come included on an included card so I can have the music on my iPod for those times when a record player just isn’t so convenient. This year I have really gotten into the music of Jack White, be it in the guise of The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, or The Dead Weather.

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