Jack White has today released Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016.
The album collects 26 acoustic songs from throughout White’s wide-ranging musical career, spanning album tracks, B-sides, remixes, alternate versions, and previously unreleased tracks.
White has also unveiled an innovative interactive timeline, allowing fans to explore his extraordinary musical history through a broad range of often exclusive multimedia.
jackwhiteiii.com/timeline provides unparalleled new background, detail, and perspective on White’s continuing artistic evolution, beginning October 23rd, 1998 with ‘Sugar Never Tasted So Good,’ the b-side to the second ever White Stripes 7” single. From there the chronology travels through The White Stripes’ remarkable career, showcasing rare live footage like the duo’s first-ever TV performance, a May 28th, 2000 rendition of ‘Apple Blossom’ on Detroit Public Television’s Backstage Pass. Never-before-seen photos, classic posters and gig flyers, handwritten lyrics, studio records, revealing historical facts, commentary, and other archival ephemera are joined by official videos, remastered audio, and classic TV performances.