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Jack White & The Bricks - At The Gold Dollar III (Vault 27)
Jack White & The Bricks - At The Gold Dollar III (Vault 27)

TMR Vault #27. Compelte.

3 LP set on Gold Translucent vinyl in a large box containing extras. Includes the Third Man Records Challenge Coin, extras untouched and in like-new condition.


Unplayed and untouched. In giant TMR mailer.

This boxset includes:
Jack White & The Bricks - Live At The Gold Dollar LP (Recorded on September 16th 1999)
Two Star Tabernacle - Live At The Gold Dollar LP (Recorded on January 16th 1998)
The Go - Live At The Gold Dollar LP (Recorded on November 25th 1998)
Each release comes with a double-sided facsimile from each show including setlists and fliers from the show.
A Third Man Records Challenge Coin
12 x 24 inch poster of The Gold Dollar
All housed in a large cardboard telescoping box.

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Jack White, the enigmatic frontman of The White Stripes, has always been known for his raw, energetic live performances. But it was his early days with his band The Bricks that truly showcased his talent and passion for music. And now, fans can experience a piece of that history with the release of Jack White & The Bricks - Live at the Gold Dollar III (Vault 27).

For those unfamiliar with The Bricks, they were a short-lived band formed by White in the late 90s, before he rose to fame with The White Stripes. The group consisted of White on vocals and guitar, Dominic Suchyta on bass, and Ben Blackwell on drums. They played a mix of original songs and covers, with a sound that was a mix of blues, punk, and garage rock.

The Gold Dollar in Detroit, Michigan was a small, intimate venue that became a staple in the city's underground music scene. It was here that The Bricks honed their sound and built a loyal following. And it was at the Gold Dollar that the band recorded their third and final live album, which is now being released as part of the Vault series by Third Man Records.

The album, recorded on September 14, 1999, captures the raw energy and chemistry of the band on stage. The setlist includes original songs like "Let's Shake Hands" and "Broken Bricks," as well as covers of classic tracks like The Stooges' "I Wanna Be Your Dog" and Bob Dylan's "One More Cup of Coffee."

One of the standout moments of the album is the performance of "Apple Blossom," a song that would later be recorded by The White Stripes and become a fan favorite. But hearing it in its early form, with The Bricks, adds a whole new layer of nostalgia and appreciation for White's songwriting abilities.

The live album also features a rare cover of "That Black Bat Licorice" by The Dead Weather, a band that White would form years later with Alison Mosshart of The Kills. This early rendition of the song gives fans a glimpse into the evolution of White's musical style and the influences that shaped it.

But what truly sets this album apart is the energy and chemistry of the band on stage. White's vocals are raw and passionate, while Suchyta and Blackwell provide a solid and dynamic rhythm section. It's clear that The Bricks were more than just a side project for White, but a fully formed band with their own unique sound.

The release of Jack White & The Bricks - Live at the Gold Dollar III (Vault 27) is not only a treat for fans of White and The Bricks, but also a piece of music history. It captures a moment in time when a young musician was on the cusp of greatness, and gives a glimpse into the roots of his musical journey.

So whether you're a die-hard fan or just discovering The Bricks for the first time, this live album is a must-listen. It's a testament to the power of live music and the talent of Jack White, who continues to push boundaries and captivate audiences with his music.




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