Jack White Performed An Intimate Acoustic Take On ‘Sugar Never Tasted So Good’

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Jack White is a man who never seems to find himself without some sort of music to release into the world. He’s got all sorts of White Stripes-related stuff on the docket for Record Store Day, but even that has not drained his musical coffers. He’s also releasing music from some acoustic live shows through his “Vault Package” that he sells through his label Third Man Records.

Before a self-imposed hiatus from playing live shows, he decided he would visit the five states he had never performed in and do acoustic shows in those states. First up is the Live in Idaho double LP, taken from White’s show in Boise. Right now, you can hear White’s acoustic take on “Sugar Never Tasted So Good” from The White Stripes’ self-titled 1999 debut album.

If this taste tickles your fancy, you can pick up the Live from Idaho double LP, and perhaps keep an eye out for releases from White’s shows in the other four states he needed to check off his list. Plus, of course, there are those Record Store Day releases Third Man have in store, including a double LP of The White Stripes’ never before released Peel Sessions. Or, you know, you could wait for the next 10 things that White will probably release next week.

(Via Stereogum)