Jack White (2) ‎– Boarding House Reach

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Third Man Records ‎– TMR-540
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Vinyl, LP, Album, 353
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A1 Connected By Love
Backing Vocals – Ann McCrary, Regina McCraryBass – Charlotte Kemp MuhlDrums – Louis CatoEngineer – Bill SkibbeMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant Valentine, Joshua V. SmithPercussion – Bobby AllendeProducer, Engineer [Additional] – Jack White III*Synthesizer – DJ HarrisonSynthesizer [Additional], Organ [Hammond] – Neal EvansVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer – Jack White (2)
4:38
A2 Why Walk A Dog?
Bass, Electric Bass [Bass VI] – Charlotte Kemp MuhlElectronic Drums – Louis CatoEngineer – Bill SkibbeMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant Valentine, Joshua V. SmithPercussion – Bobby AllendeProducer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – DJ Harrison, Neal EvansVocals, Electric Guitar – Jack White (2)
2:30
A3 Corporation
Backing Vocals – Ann McCrary, Regina McCraryBass – Charlotte Kemp MuhlCongas – Bobby AllendeElectronic Drums – Louis CatoEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithEngineer [Additional] – Todd MonfalconeKeyboards [Nord] – DJ HarrisonMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant ValentineProducer – Jack White III*Sampler [Bosendorfer Piano Samples] – Gianluca Braccio Montone, Ian MontoneSynthesizer [Moog] – Neal EvansVocals, Electric Guitar, Drums [Acoustic], Synthesizer, Sounds – Jack White (2)
5:39
A4 Abulia And Akrasia
Acoustic Guitar – Joshua Gills*Drums – Daru JonesElectric Bass – Charlotte Kemp MuhlElectric Upright Bass – Dominic DavisEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Vance PowellFiddle – Fats KaplinMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant Valentine, Joshua V. SmithPiano – Brooke WaggonerProducer – Jack White III*Trombone – Justin CarpenterTrumpet – Keith Smith (13)Tuba – Neil KonouchiVocals [Spoken Word] – C.W. Stoneking
1:28
A5 Hypermisophoniac
Bass – NeonPhoenixDrums – Carla AzarEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithMusical Assistance – Chandler HarrodPercussion – Justin Porèe*Piano – Quincy McCraryProducer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – Anthony "Brew" Brewster*Vocals, Synthesizer [Critter & Guitari], Electric Guitar – Jack White (2)
3:35
A6 Ice Station Zebra
Bass [Additional] – NeonPhoenixElectronic Drums [Additional], Drums [Additional Acoustic] – Carla AzarEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithMusical Assistance – Chandler HarrodPiano [Additional] – Quincy McCraryProducer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – Anthony "Brew" Brewster*Udu, Congas – Justin Porèe*Vocals, Drums [Acoustic], Electronic Drums, Bass, Electric Guitar, Piano – Jack White (2)
4:00
B7 Over And Over And Over
Bass – Charlotte Kemp MuhlCongas – Bobby AllendeDrums – Louis CatoDrums [Additional] – Daru JonesEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant ValentineProducer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – DJ Harrison, Neal EvansVocals, Electric Guitar, Tambourine – Jack White (2)
3:36
B8 Everything You've Ever Learned
Bass – Charlotte Kemp MuhlCongas, Drums [Additional] – Bobby AllendeEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant ValentineProducer, Engineer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – DJ Harrison, Neal EvansVocals, Synthesizer [Critter & Guitari], Drums – Jack White (2)
2:14
B9 Respect Commander
Bass – Charlotte Kemp MuhlCongas, Drums [Additional] – Bobby AllendeEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithMusical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant ValentineProducer, Engineer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – DJ Harrison, Neal EvansVocals, Synthesizer [Critter & Guitari], Drums – Jack White (2)
4:33
B10 Ezmerelda Steals The Show
Producer, Engineer – Jack White III*Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Organ – Jack White (2)
1:43
B11 Get In The Mind Shaft
Backing Vocals – Ann McCrary, Esther Rose, Regina McCraryBass – NeonPhoenixCuica – Justin PoreeElectronic Drums, Drums [Acoustic] – Carla AzarEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithMusical Assistance – Chandler HarrodProducer, Engineer – Jack White III*Synthesizer – Quincy McCrarySynthesizer, Strings [Strings Synthesizer] – Anthony "Brew" Brewster*Vocals, Electric Guitar – Jack White (2)
4:14
B12 What's Done Is Done
Backing Vocals – Esther RoseBass – NeonPhoenixElectronic Drums, Drums [Acoustic] – Carla AzarEngineer – Bill SkibbeMusical Assistance – Chandler Harrod, Joshua V. SmithPiano – Quincy McCraryProducer – Jack White III*Shaker – Justin Porèe*Synthesizer, Organ [Hammond] – Anthony "Brew" Brewster*Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Jack White (2)
2:54
B13 Humoresque
Drums, Bass, Acoustic Guitar – Louis CatoEngineer – Bill Skibbe, Joshua V. SmithLyrics By – Howard Johnson (3)Musical Assistance – Ben Schmitz, Grant ValentinePiano – Neal EvansProducer, Arranged By – Jack White III*Songwriter – Antonín DvořákVocals – Jack White (2)
3:11

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Comes in a tip-on sleeve with a 12" x 24" insert with album lyrics.
Record comes in a die-cut black paper poly sleeve.
Sticker on shrink wrap on the front cover.
Barcode sticker on shrink wrap on the back cover.

This album has nine pressing variations. Track B11 plays different spoken words on each, depending on the etching.

- 353 "There are 30 men, all trapped inside..."

Tracks are listed sequentially on back sleeve and labels

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed (Stickered)): 1 9075818941 3
  • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 190758189413
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): TMR-540-A² Ⅱ IF YOU DON'T LIKE THIS... WG/NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B ): TMR-540-B - 353 ...I Don't Know What to Tell You GEO/NRP

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TMR-540 Jack White (2) Boarding House Reach(LP, Album, 175) Third Man Records TMR-540 US 2018 Sell This Version
TMR-540 Jack White (2) Boarding House Reach(LP, Album, 182) Third Man Records TMR-540 US 2018 Sell This Version
XL906CD Jack White (2) Boarding House Reach(CD, Album) XL Recordings, Third Man Records XL906CD Europe 2018 Sell This Version
1907 581893 2 Jack White (2) Boarding House Reach(CD, Album) Third Man Records, Columbia 1907 581893 2 Argentina 2018 Sell This Version
TMR-540 Jack White (2) Boarding House Reach(LP, Album, Promo, Adv) Third Man Records TMR-540 US 2018 Sell This Version

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minodrajapaksha15

minodrajapaksha15

January 12, 2019

Awful pressing. Probs the noisiest in my collection.

I love the actual album though.
JZGrecords

JZGrecords

November 2, 2018
Here is a link to the vinyl reviews review of this specific pressing: https://vinylreviews.com/album/boarding-house-reach/
IndubitablyBrendan

IndubitablyBrendan

September 6, 2018
Are there any lightweight pressings or all pressings the same weight??
mkrzych

mkrzych

July 12, 2018
Which one version is the best in your opinion guys to take on vinyl?
mtarvainen

mtarvainen

May 4, 2018

I’ve read some pretty harsh reviews about White’s latest album, so it is obvious that it will end up to have very mixed reviews. I like what he's achieved here. Sort of new direction for the music, yet still familiar songwriting style: heavy riffs, melodies & touch of blues here and there. The National did the same sort of sound shift on their latest album. Still to be honest, I favour more analog soundscapes.
Robert_Samson

Robert_Samson

April 16, 2018

And somebody told me this was the album of the year. Terrible music, crap songs.
axoun

axoun

April 6, 2018
edited 9 months ago
Vinyl exchanged at the store.
Moving from 353 to 210 no problems with this one.
axoun

axoun

April 4, 2018
edited 9 months ago
Someone have some click and pop on the second side?
I have the vault and this one.
The vault sound so better.
BrightEyes0330

BrightEyes0330

April 2, 2018
edited 9 months ago
Brilliant record. Jack's solo stuff is usually mundane and akin to watching paint dry, but this record is boundary pushing. Rock needs a kick in the pants if it wants to stay relevant in the modern music landscape and albums like this will provide that kick.

LP itself sounds very good. No noticable cracks or pops and it has solid depth. I can't really complain about the pressing.
congress_records

congress_records

March 30, 2018
As someone who has never really cared for White Stripes or Jack White, I absolutely LOVE this album. I'd go so far to call it a masterpiece. It creates its own world, full of imagination of vision, a total joy to get lost in. I bought this LP randomly last night and have fallen in love.

I'm not surprised at all that his longtime fans are disappointed with this as its clearly a vast departure from his material up until this point. If, however, you've never been a big fan of his previous work, give this new album a shot. It really is one of the most incredible albums I've ever heard. Never thought I'd hear myself say that about a Jack White album!