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Off of Jack White’s solo debut Blunderbuss, a work that’s welcomingly more honest and stripped-down than his other projects, “Hypocritical Kiss” showcases some beautifully sparkling piano riffs that complement White’s signature rough poetry. The best part is the instrumental bridge that spotlights a powerful piano jam against a straight beat. Clocking in at just under three minutes, it’s still amazing how White can take something seemingly simple and make it sound like a feel-good, classically-aged rock cut.
Jack White’s take on the youth.
Jack White was joined by legendary blues vagabond Seasick Steve (who is now on White’s label) for an impromptu set in front of a mobile Third Man Records bus during SXSW. All you blues lovers out there are going to be very happy about this.
Jack White first performed this next single off his upcoming solo album Blunderbuss on SNL recently. Now it’s available for you to sample.
Promoters expect good things for 2012 — LA Times
Jack White announces debut solo album — The Guardian
The entertainment biz is growing — techdirt