Jack White: How He Built an Empire From the Blues: Enhanced Edition
Omnibus Press, 30 вер. 2016 р. - 320 стор.
The only biography of the "coolest, weirdest, savviest rock star of our time" (The New York Times Magazine).<br/><br/> White is best known as the frontman for The White Stripes, where his guitar virtuosity and shrieking rock vocals launched the millennium’s blues-rock revival. In addition to collaborating with Loretta Lynn, Tom Jones, Bob Dylan and others, White founded The Raconteurs and The Dead Weather, starred in the Academy Award-winning film Cold Mountain, married and divorced supermodel Karen Elson, founded his own record label and embarked on a solo career. White is a master of reinvention and ambition <br/><br/><b>How He Built An Empire From The Blues</b> explores this enigmatic character. Based on interviews from people close to White, including former bandmate Brendan Benson and Third Man artists such as Neil Young and Seasick Steve, White’s Childhood and career, his eccentricities and relationships, and the legendary Detroit scene are examined. No other book goes as deep into the lore of Jack White and The White Stripes.<br/><br/>This <i>Omnibus enhanced</i> Edition features an interactive digital timeline, filled with audio, video and imagery of tour nights, interviews and music videos. Additionally, each chapter includes a Spotify soundtrack, allowing you to immerse yourself in the Detroit scene which surrounded a young Jack White.