If you haven't noticed, Jack White has been on kind of a tear lately: He's employed giant balloons, made playable records using blue liquid, rocked Jools Holland and is set to score Disney's upcoming take on The Lone Ranger. Oh yeah, and his first official solo LP, Blunderbuss, is currently sitting atop the Billboard 200. Unsurprisingly, White says he has enough music for another album.
Sometime in the midst of all this, the Third Man Records head got ahold of Gary Oldman to direct a full concert stream. It was webcast last night, and it's now available to watch in full for those who missed the original showing.
There are great takes on the White Stripes' "Hotel Yorba" and the Raconteurs' "Top Yourself," as well as a few other surprises--can't give away too much. There's also a bit of blood. You can enjoy the whole performance, which clocks in at just under two hours, below.
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