Jack White Singles Laura Marling Out

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jackwhite Jack White Singles Laura Marling Out

Undoubtedly, [lastfm]Jack White[/lastfm] is a man of musical genius. But like the old phrase says, “Behind every great man, is a great woman.” In [lastfm]The White Stripes[/lastfm] that was [lastfm]Meg White[/lastfm] while[lastfm] Alison Mosshart[/lastfm] plays that role in his current band [lastfm]The Dead Weather[/lastfm]; now White is utilizing the talents of  eerie, quirky folk songstress [lastfm]Laura Marling[/lastfm].

[lastfm]Jack Whit[/lastfm]e worked in his Nashville studio with[lastfm] Laura Marling [/lastfm] and described his experience with her as “gorgeous.” Click more for info on the single, plus whether [lastfm]The White Stripes[/lastfm] plan a reunion!

[lastfm]Jack Whit[/lastfm]e knows a good woman when he…hears one. Apparently, someone “turned” him onto [lastfm]Laura Marling[/lastfm] a few months back and he wanted her on his new project ‘Blue Series’ on Third Man Records.

[lastfm]Laura Marlin[/lastfm]g is a spooky and dreamy folk vocalist, less twangy than your average banjo picker and [lastfm]Jack White [/lastfm] thought it was a dream to work with her: “It was perfect – one take. She’s gorgeous. Gorgeous voice and an incredible person. A wonderful girl.

For all those aspiring rock stars out there, don’t overlook playing a show in the South even if you don’t think that’s your target demographic. Jack White might scoop you up and Stripe-ify your sound:If people are coming through town [Nashville] I try to catch up with them and ask them if they want to come by before their show and record something.”

While he might add a touch of [lastfm]White Stripes[/lastfm] flair to your record (especially if you are an uber-talented female), White has no plans of reuniting with [lastfm]The White Stripes[/lastfm] or his other band, [lastfm]The Raconteurs[/lastfm], anytime soon. Don’t be sad. White always has a million other musical projects to look forward to.

Check out Marling and White with their different takes on the ghostly.

[lastfm]Laura Marling[/lastfm] with her eerie single, “Ghosts.”

[lastfm]Jack White[/lastfm] in [lastfm]The White Stripes[/lastfm] with their song “Walking With A Ghost.”

[Source: NME]

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