TMR 141 


Hand Springs w/ Red Death at 6:14
Limited to red/black swirl vinyl for Record Store Day

Continuing in the mission of reissuing the nuggets of the White Stripes’ back catalog, Third Man plays Dr. Frankenstein/matchmaker to two stand-alone songs from the high time of the year 2000. “Handsprings” was originally released as a split-single with the Dirtbombs and included free in issue #19 of Multiball magazine. “Red Death at 6:14” was initially released on the Jack White-produced compilation “Sympathetic Sounds of Detroit” and was later made available as a one-sided single from the folks at MOJO magazine. Both songs are quintessential White Stripes jams and finally pairing them together here makes (arguably) one of the best Stripes singles ever.



Milk and Honey b/w Winter’s Going
Limited to milk and honey colored vinyl for Record Store Day

Karen Elson delivers a haunting version of the Jackson C. Frank gem “Milk and Honey” that brims with atmosphere and undeniable feeling. The b-side is a trucking version of Bonnie Dobson’s “Winter’s Going” that warms to the core. Another direct hit from Miss Elson.

And for release during the week of Record Store Day...



Live at Third Man 4-17-11

Commercial release of the Killer’s killer live set at Third Man’s 2011 Record Store Day celebrations, complete with crack backing band featuring Steve Cropper, Jim Keltner and Jack Lawrence. Includes ace takes on such classics as “Sweet Little Sixteen”, “Great Balls of Fire” and “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On.”

Down the Line 
Georgia on My Mind 
Drinking Wine, Spo-dee-O-dee 
Before the Night is Over 
Why You Been Gone So Long? 
I Wish I Was 18 Again 
Sweet Little Sixteen 
You Belong to Me 
She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye 
Mexicali Rose 
Great Balls of Fire 
Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On