Thursday, May 7, 2009


Jack White has a new group, The Dead Weather. He's working on a documentary about his other group, The White Stripes. And he is still in The Raconteurs. But he just recorded a 7" on his new label, Third Man Records, with the Dexter Romweber Duo, featuring Dexter Romweber, formerly of Flat Duo Jets (the other member of the duo is his sister Sara Romweber). Per a press release, the A side is "The Wind Did Move," written by Dex, with Jack on vocals, bass and saw. The B-side is a standard written by someone named Geeshie Wiley (in 1930!) called "Last Kind Word Blues." Read an interview with Dex about it here, and you'll probably only be able to get the single at Third Man Records.

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