Jack White (2)Live At The Masonic Temple

Label:Third Man Records – TMR-717, Third Man Records – TMR-723
Series:Third Man Records Vault – Package 47
Box Set, Limited Edition
Vinyl, LP, White
Vinyl, LP, Blue
Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Blue Mix Marbled
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM


Live At The Masonic Temple
A1Fell In Love With A Girl
A3The Big Three Killed My Baby
A4High Ball Stepper
A6Missing Pieces
B1Just One Drink
B2Hotel Yorba
B3You Know That I Know
B4Love Interruption
B5Weep Themselves To Sleep
C1I Cut Like A Buffalo
C2Cannon / Hoodoo Man
Written-ByJunior Wells
C3Icky Thump
C5Ramblin' Man
Written-ByHank Williams
D1Apple Blossom
D2Three Women
D3The Same Boy You've Always Known
D4We're Going To Be Friends
D5Sugar Never Tasted So Good
E1 Entitlement
E2Alone In My Home
E3Steady, As She Goes
F1Ball And Biscuit / The Lemon Song
F2The Hardest Button To Button
F3Sixteen Saltines
F4Devils Haircut
G1Hypocritical Kiss
G2That Black Bat Licorice
G3Would You Fight For My Love?
G4Blue Blood Blues
G5You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You're Told)
H1My Doorbell
H2I Fought Piranhas
H3Seven Nation Army
Saturday Night Live 10-11-20
ADon't Hurt Yourself / Ball And Biscuit / Jesus Is Coming Soon

Companies, etc.



Quadruple LP Recorded at Detroit Masonic Temple on July 30, 2014
7" Recorded at Saturday Night Live 10-11-2020
Side A of 7" is 33 RPM, Side B of 7" is 45 RPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society (Tracks F1, F4, A): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TMR-717-A2 I WANNA TELL YOU A SHORT STORY WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): TMR-717-B IT'S ABOUT A BOY FROM DETROIT WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): TMR-717-C HE TRIED SO HARD WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): TMR-717-D AND PEOPLE DIDN'T LIKE HIS BIG MOUTH WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side E): TMR-717-E BUT HE PLAYED GUITAR AS BEST AS HE COULD WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side F): TMR-717-D AND ONE DAY HE BECAME THE BEST WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side G): TMR-717-G AND DO YOU KNOW THAT BOY S NAME? WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side H): TMR-717-H IT'S TED MOTHERFUCKING NUGENT! WTS TMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout 7" Side A): TMR-723-A LOW ANGLE MAN -WTS- Tmm
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout 7" Side B): TMR-723-B MANE AN WRONG ' WTS TMM



  • Austinfella's avatar
    Unplugged / lightly plugged and wonderfully weird, Jack White is the pointy end of Rock and Roll right now.
    • Radinsky's avatar
      the sound quality from the SNL youtube videos is better than the 7" sound quality. very disappointing.
      • MarkVolta's avatar
        I picked it up for $50. Indeed not a great sound. But as some say, crank up the bass and it’s actually not too bad at all. A keeper, especially for fans.
        • gurz13's avatar
          The sound is really good. If you've ever been to a White Stripes or Jack White concert, you know it goes off the rails. It was a loud as hell concert played in a concert hall, so there are blemishes, but those have to do with an energetic live performance, not the recording/mixing/mastering, which are all up to par. The pressing is also fine, you just need to de-static when it comes out of the packaging, because it arrived pretty static-y. It's worth owning. You will enjoy it. You will play it loud. You will forget all about what the other commenters think.
          • laguarida's avatar
            Only for fans. Sorry, for ultrafans.
            Bad sound but excellent packaging.
            • kyle15's avatar
              More URP garbage. Can't believe they've printed their NAME on the label. Jack White never gonna dump them. lmao
              • silversurfs's avatar
                Perhaps the most disappointing vinyl I've ever heard. The recording is awful. I bought this as the setlist looked fantastic. What a letdown.
                • andrewdominick's avatar
                  Terrible recording especially the vocals. I am surprised that JW let this one out considering his perfectionism and obsession with pressing vinyl. I have heard better recordings on cassette of the Grateful Dead circa 1970. What a bummer. Unfortunately mine did not come with the 7" SNL recording, which I burned off YouTube and is awesome. I agree totally with tomlangdalehunt, the worst sounding vinyl collection, almost unlistenable, save a few tracks-Apple Blossom and We're Going to be Friends.
                  • tomlangdalehunt's avatar
                    Sounds worse than a bootleg and is hands down the poorest sounding mix in my collection (including bootlegs), BUT, my God, is this a cool performance. The 7" is just as awesome and actually produced semi-decent. Overall, it's a great addition if you're a fan, in which you're probably signed up to the vault already, but if you're wanting to buy it straight up second hand, just be aware that it's probably not worth what some people are paying, barring sentimentality.
                    • jasonkee's avatar
                      I got my copy a little late and was really worried what I got myself into based off these other reviews. But I have to say I like what I'm hearing. Those wanting a "perfect" live album should just wait for a commercial release that you can get anywhere. These releases are not for those kinds of fairweather fans. It's for those that just appreciate getting more music from a band/musician you really like! Obviously this wasn't intended for release. But we are lucky enough to have it. A snippet in time that only a few got to witness. Put this recording in perspective and just enjoy it for what it is. I'm glad to have this in my collection.


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