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Jack White, Live In Concert

"I'm in a talkative mood," Jack White told the sold-out crowd at Hollywood's historic Fonda Theater. Though it ended up being one of the few comments the singer and guitarist made during the performance, White frequently threw it to the audience for the refrains of several White Stripes songs, including "Fell In Love With A Girl," "We're Going To Be Friends," and the thrilling encore closer "Seven Nation Army."

While White treated the crowd to multiple White Stripes songs, as well as others by yet another one of his projects, The Raconteurs, the night's performance was to showcase and celebrate the release of his latest solo album, Lazaretto, a bold, shape-shifting collection of eclectic rock songs that rank among White's wildest and most imaginative efforts.

This performance was originally webcast live on NPR Music and NPR stations on Jun 10, 2014.

Hear Jack White talk about Lazaretto with All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen.

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Set List
  • Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
  • High Ball Stepper
  • Lazaretto
  • Hotel Yorba
  • Temporary Ground
  • You Know That I Know
  • Missing Pieces
  • You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You're Told)
  • Cannon/Pipeline/Fell In Love With A Girl
  • Three Women
  • Alone In My Home
  • We're Going To Be Friends
  • Top Yourself
  • I'm Slowly Turning Into You
  • Ball And Biscuit
  • Icky Thump
  • Love Interruption
  • You've Got Her In Your Pocket
  • Steady, As She Goes (partial)
  • Little Bird
  • Seven Nation Army
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