The White Stripes are no more, but the releases keep on coming.

Jack White’s Third Man Records imprint is set to make a recording of the ‘Stripes’ last ever show available on double-vinyl via its Vault subscription series.

The LP, together with a DVD of a live show from 2000 and a 7″ single featuring early recordings, are all available via the Third Man website. Live In Mississippi is pressed on 180g vinyl, and is a complete document of the band’s show at Southaven, Mississippi on July 31, 2007, which featured impassioned covers of Leadbelly, Robert Johnson and others as well as a hefty serving of their own material.

The 7″ single collects two previously unreleased songs that Jack and Meg recorded in 2007, both covers: Love’s ‘Signed D.C.’ and Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve Been Loving You Too Long’.

More information here.



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