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Third Man Hardware LSTN Sound Co. On-Ear Wooden Headphones. Full bass, crisp highs, and everything in between. For every pair sold, LSTN helps provide hearing aids to a person in need.
Get the most out of your vinyl with the Orbit Custom Turntable with built-in Pre-Amp. The Orbit Custom features an MDF platter. The arm comes pre-installed with a AT91B cartridge, which is known for its rich and natural sound. Other features include a built-in pre-amp, a precision unipivot tonearm, vibration damping feet, and decoupled manual belt drive (33/45 RPM). Comes with a one year warranty, dust cover, felt mat, and RCA cables. Made in Boston, MA and a favorite among Third Man employees.
With all six tin man posters found, Jack White has premiered a live performance video of “The Rose With The Broken Neck” and story of his songwriting process from his April 23rd, 2016 Acoustic Tour evening show at the Pink Garter Theatre in Jackson, WY. Winners of the signed vinyl Acoustic LP and Third Man Records Cass Corridor (Detroit) flyaway will be contacted directly soon. Keep an eye out for the tin man posters in each of the six US cities!
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Jack is honored to receive 3 nominations for the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards including Best American Roots Song for The White Stripes' "City Lights," Best Rock Performance for "Don't Hurt Yourself" with Beyoncé, and Album of the Year as a producer, writer and featured artist on Beyoncé's LEMONADE. The 3 nominations bring his career totals to 35 nominations and 12 wins. If you haven’t already, pickup a copy of JACK WHITE ACOUSTIC RECORDINGS 1998 – 2016 here and watch the Michel Gondry-directed "City Lights" video below.
The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards air live on CBS on Sunday, February 12th, 2017 at 8pm ET/PT.
ICONIC JAZZ-BLUES MUSICIAN'S PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED EARLY RECORDINGS
COLLECTED ON 18-TRACK CD, DIGITAL, AND LP RELEASE
NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN LIVE FOOTAGE FROM 1973 BUFFALO FOLK FESTIVAL STREAMING NOW
LONG WAY FROM HOME AND ON THE TRACK BOTH OUT NOW
"He's probably the best combination of singer-guitarist I've ever heard." — Bonnie Raitt
It's official! We're pleased to announce the release of LONG WAY FROM HOME, the previously unreleased earliest recordings of legendary jazz-blues musician Leon Redbone. LONG WAY FROM HOME out on CD, digital, and LP on Friday, December 2nd and available TODAY. In addition and on the same day we will release an exclusive vinyl-only reissue of Redbone's classic debut album, ON THE TRACK, first released by Warner Bros in 1975.
LONG WAY FROM HOME collects 18 tracks, the first eight of which are from a live performance at the end of 1972 at the University of Buffalo's coffee house. Dave Benders recorded the remaining 10 songs for a 1972 radio session for the University's WBFO. The compilation - comprising typically distinctive Redbone renditions of Tin Pan Alley and ragtime favorites - marks the first ever official release of these important early recordings, a milestone in the enigmatic singer-guitarist's idiosyncratic creative development.
Have a look at this unseen footage of Redbone performing the album's "My Walking Stick" live at the 1973 Buffalo Folk Festival:
ON THE TRACK is among the most remarkable debut albums of 1975 or any other year, a reverent and remarkably authentic revival of late 19th century and early 20th century popular music, spanning Roaring Twenties radio ditties, Depression-era ragtime, the folk-jazz of World War II, and still-sung favorites by songwriters like Irving Berlin, Hoagy Carmichael & Johnny Mercer, Fats Waller, Al Dubin & Harry Warren, Lonnie Johnson, and Jimmie Rodgers. The album - which sees Redbone accompanied by such studio luminaries as drummer Steve Gadd, percussionist Ralph MacDonald, and the great double bassist Milt Hinton - was an across-the-board success, reaching #83 on Billboard's overall "Top LPs & Tape" chart amidst widespread critical acclaim. TMR's exclusive vinyl reissue of ON THE TRACK comes in a 12" single pocket, direct-to-board replica of the original Warner Bros. Records release, with classic cover art featuring a Chuck Jones illustration of Merrie Melodies star Michigan J. Frog.
Leon Redbone - who only recently retired from active recording and live performance - is a true original, a one of a kind singer, songwriter, and guitarist whose imitable interpretations of turn of the 20th century music have affirmed him as both Invaluable curator and resounding pop pioneer. Redbone began performing in Toronto more than four decades ago, earning the approval of such notables as Bob Dylan, The Lovin' Spoonful's John Sebastian, and famed producer John Hammond. Immediately iconic in his trademark Panama hat and dark sunglasses, Redbone proved an exceptional star, known far and wide via laconic performances on Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, and A Prairie Home Companion. His remarkable work in the years since encompass a stunning range of creative output - 13 studio albums, sold out live performances around the globe, multiple TV themes, countless commercials, voiceovers, and a memorable duet with Zooey Deschanel of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" featured in the 2003 holiday blockbuster, Elf. Throughout, Redbone's greatest contribution has been his undying championship of America's musical heritage, his singular talent introducing generation after generation to a still potent folk tradition.