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Jack White Is Releasing A Career-Spanning Acoustic Compilation Album [Listen]

first_imgBefore he went on a hiatus from the road, the multi-talented Jack White performed a series of acoustic concerts in states that he had never before visited. It seems that White has an affinity for acoustic music, as his newest announcement will show off all of White’s acoustic efforts throughout his career.Titled Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, the 26-track album is due out September 9th and will span White’s career and feature “alternate versions, mixes, and previously unreleased songs, including The White Stripes’ never-before-heard “City Lights,” originally from the Get Behind Me Satan sessions!” You can check out “City Lights,” streaming below.With cuts from The White Stripes, The Raconteurs and his solo career, this new definitive collection is sure to be a great listen! Check out the artwork and full tracklisting, posted below.Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016 TracklistingDisc: 1 1. Sugar Never Tasted So Good The White Stripes 2. Apple Blossom The White Stripes *remixed 3. I’m Bound to Pack It Up The White Stripes *remixed 4. Hotel Yorba The White Stripes 5. We’re Going to Be Friends The White Stripes 6. You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket The White Stripes 7. Well It’s True That We Love One Another The White Stripes 8. Never Far Away Jack White (Cold Mountain Soundtrack) 9. Forever For Her (Is Over For Me) The White Stripes 10. White Moon The White Stripes 11. As Ugly As I Seem The White Stripes 12. City Lights The White Stripes *unreleased 13. Honey, We Can’t Afford to Look This Cheap The White Stripes 14. Effect & Cause The White StripesDisc: 2 1. Love Is The Truth The White Stripes *acoustic mix 2. Top Yourself The Raconteurs *bluegrass version 3. Carolina Drama The Raconteurs *acoustic mix 4. Love Interruption Jack White 5. On and On and On and On Jack White 6. Machine Gun Silhouette Jack White *acoustic mix 7. Blunderbuss Jack White 8. Hip (Eponymous) Poor Boy Jack white *alternate mix 9. I Guess I Should Go To Sleep Jack White *alternate mix 10. Just One Drink Jack White *acoustic mix 11. Entitlement Jack White 12. Want and Able Jack Whitelast_img read more

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Syracuse basketball transfer Chinonso Obokoh visiting St. Bonaventure and Rutgers, per source

first_img Published on April 30, 2016 at 4:35 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Kaleb Joseph to transfer to CreightonSyracuse basketball recruiting: Class of 2016 target big man Cheickna Dembele reportedly picks UNLVGraphical breakdown of Syracuse basketball’s scholarship situationcenter_img Syracuse transfer center Chinonso Obokoh visited St. Bonaventure on Saturday and will visit Rutgers on Tuesday, a source with knowledge of the situation said Saturday afternoon.On April 6, Syracuse.com reported the center’s intent to transfer. The Rochester, New York product will have one year left of eligibility after graduating from SU in May, one year ahead of his class.Obokoh wants to find a school where he will start right away, the source said, and that he’s garnered interest from schools in conferences like the Big Ten, Southeastern and Atlantic 10.Last season, St. Bonaventure, which is in the Atlantic 10 and finished the season 22-9, barely missed out on the NCAA Tournament. Rutgers finished 7-25, getting one win in 18 Big Ten games.As a graduate transfer, Obokoh will not have to sit out a year. He’s played sparingly over the past two seasons, scoring 91.7 percent of his total points this season in one game, on Dec. 22 against Montana State. That game was the best of his career as he scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds in 12 minutes of play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textObokoh, who arrived at Bishop Kearney (New York) High School from Nigeria, lost a year of eligibility despite redshirting his freshman season because the NCAA ruled Bishop Kearney incorrectly classified Obokoh on his arrival in America.Obokoh is the third player to transfer from Syracuse but the last to find a new home. Guard Kaleb Joseph will move to Creighton and walk-on guard, fellow graduate transfer Christian White, will transfer to Pace.The scholarship-holding Obokoh’s transfer gives the Orange another scholarship to use while navigating through the NCAA sanctions. See the updated scholarship situation.Entering the 2016-17 season, SU returns centers Dajuan Coleman, a senior, and sophomore transfer Paschal Chukwu.Early Saturday, Syracuse lost out on one of its center targets in the Class of 2016, Cheickna Dembele. Commentslast_img read more