Jack White shares a video interview with Discogs and then Third Man Records’ Ben Blackwell describes his rarest Jack White releases.
Making Vinyl conference reflects existing and new pressing plants, as well as record labels and indie retailers.
It’s always a pleasure to welcome a player into the vinyl reissue market, especially when it’s one that pays as much attention to detail as Culture Factory.
Third Man Records’ Ben Blackwell was kind enough to answer some quick questions about the popular record label/store’s history and current goings-on.
Jack White’s first solo effort, “Blunderbuss,” shows just how far White has come since The White Stripes first sizzled ears in 1999.
Test pressings stepped into the spotlight with this edition of Market Watch. What other goodies hit our countdown? Well, you’re just going to have to keep on reading if you want to find out.
Jazz records take honors for most dominant genre on this week’s countdown. As far as format is concerned, it’s a collector’s paradise. We’ve got the usual LPs and 45s, plus a rare 1960s acetate, a modern test pressing and a set of glow-in-the-dark vinyl 7-inch records you’ve got to see to believe.
Controversy erupted when Jack White’s Third Man Records placed five limited-edition White Stripes LPs on eBay and let auction bidding determine sale prices.
Unplayed and “absolute mint,” this copper vinyl Raconteurs record is a one of kind auction opportunity.