The White Stripes ‎– The Complete John Peel Sessions

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Third Man Records ‎– TMR-375
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Vinyl, LP, Red
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Vol. 1 / / Maida Vale / / July 25th, 2001
A1 Let's Shake Hands 2:00
A2 When I Hear My Name 1:59
A3 Jolene
Written-By – Parton*
3:33
A4 Death Letter
Written-By – House*
6:12
A5 Cannon 2:19
A6 Astro / Jack The Ripper
Written-By – Sutch*
3:00
A7 Hotel Yorba 2:07
B1 I'm Finding It Hard To Be A Gentleman 2:47
B2 Screwdriver 3:29
B3 We're Going To Be Friends 2:20
B4 You're Pretty Good Looking 1:45
B5 Boll Weevil
Written-By – Traditional
3:00
B6 Hello Operator 1:39
B7 Baby Blue
Written-By – Jones*, Vincent*
3:22
Vol. 2 / / Peel Acres / / November 8th, 2001
C1 Lord, Send Me An Angel
Written-By – McTell*
3:16
C2 Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground 3:07
C3 I Think I Smell A Rat 2:29
C4 Let's Build A Home / Goin' Back To Memphis
Written-By – Smith*, Forgy*, Jimmy Danger
4:13
C5 Little Room 0:56
C6 The Union Forever 3:39
C7 The Same Boy You've Always Known 3:54
D1 Look Me Over Closely
Written-By – Gilkyson*
2:26
D2 Looking At You
Written-By – Tomich*, Smith*, Davis*, Derminer*, Kambes*
2:25
D3 St. James Infirmary Blues
Written-By – Traditional
2:06
D4 Apple Blossom 2:19
D5 Do 2:23
D6 Rated X
Written-By – Lynn*
2:43
D7 Jumble Jumble 1:26
D8 Little People 1:55

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Limited edition colored vinyl 2-LP set in gatefold cover for Record Store Day 2016.

Comes with printed inner sleeves.

Download card included.

Released by arrangement with BBC Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etched): TMR-375-A BLUES AIN'T NONE OF THIS FOOLISHNESS ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etched): TMR-375-B SHOW THE BITES ON MY ASS WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side Etched): TMR-375-C JACK KNOWS ABOUT THE MILKSHAKES ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side Etched): TMR-375-D ELECTRONICS HAVE GOTTEN THE BEST OF ME ⓤ WG/NRP
  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap - scanned): 813547022844
  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap - text): 8 13547 02284 4

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Vinyl333

Vinyl333

April 8, 2017
Does anyone know if this is the same music found on the various unofficial BBC Sessions LP's, like: https://www.discogs.com/White-Stripes-BBC-Sessions/release/6032921
kronius

kronius

December 21, 2016
This record is must own for any White Stripes fan.
1ShotBill

1ShotBill

May 17, 2016
label C on the red vinyl wasn't glued flat on my copy
FXL

FXL

May 7, 2016
Finally had a a couple hours to listen to this release I was able to get on RSD 2016. To my dismay, the album I purchased came sealed with two copies of the album number 2 (red vinyl), and no album number 1 (white vinyl) in it. I don't see any other responses from anyone else this has happened to, and I don't see any information on this specific packaging error. Anyone else out there get two copies of disc 1 or disc 2? I'm assuming my copy of the white vinyl is out there somewhere. :)
pmasso

pmasso

April 30, 2016
Street date for Canada changed to May 6th at distributors, so probably more copies to come.
Tuck1220

Tuck1220

April 27, 2016
Not sure why the prices are so high. I imagine it is not that limited and there will also be a standard black vinyl released later. My local store just got some more in and you can buy it through bull moose for under $28.
amaestre

amaestre

April 27, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Looks like Soundstage Direct has 50 copies available if anybody still needs it:

http://www.soundstagedirect.com/white-stripes-complete-john-peel-sessions-bbc-vinyl-records.shtml
horrorjunkie

horrorjunkie

April 22, 2016
I got this record a day before RSD on Melody Supreme. Think they might be sold out now, but I'm glad I grabbed one.
TheNaN0MaN

TheNaN0MaN

April 22, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Anyone know what this is limited to? My guess is something like 2000?
MichaelHuck

MichaelHuck

April 21, 2016
Volume 1 sounds amazing, Jack and Meg at their best. Especially compared to their earlier days at the gold dollar and most other live albums, it sounds perfect. The guitar is beautiful and clear even when it's dirty and Jack's singing was at the level of the album recordings. The set list is special too, I've never heard Boll Weevil played so beautifully and Baby Blue is just a fucking special recording.

Volume 2 sounds like they were maybe being overworked, jack was having trouble singing, the sound quality is closer to their live in Tokyo release. The voice overpowers the mix and the guitar is trying to elbow it's way in, maybe the amp wasn't the one Jack was used to using. The best part of volume 2 is the set list. "I Think I Smell a Rat" was the most vicious song in the set, you can hear Jack venting some of his frustration with the situation in that one.
And of course Meg, she's always perfect.