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Vintage Cafe: White Stripes’ Jack White from 2003

Jack White may have left Detroit for Nashville but Detroit is the city where The White Stripes began and Third Man records as well. This session took place in 2003 when The White Stripes career had blown up with the success of the album Elephant. Jack discusses that success and also all the music he loves from the blues to Loretta Lynn. He and drummer Meg White play live for us as well.

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The White Stripes On World Cafe In this Sense of Place: Detroit highlight, the alt-rock duo performs songs from the critically acclaimed Elephant in a session from 2003. Hear them perform "Lord, Send Me An Angel," "I Want To Be The Boy To Warm Your Mother's Heart" and "The Big Three Killed My Baby" live at WXPN.

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