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Before 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 White
Anyone found violating the PSBB measures, such as individuals participating in public gatherings and offices of nonessential companies remaining open, will be punished to educate the public, Anies went on to say.Under the PSBB regulations, all workplaces, except those in essential sectors such as the financial, fuel, food, medicine, retail, water, communications and logistic sectors, must remain closed and implement work-from-home policies.Nonessential workplaces found operating during the PSBB period will be sealed up, while their business licenses will be revoked if they continue to violate the restrictions.“The provincial administration and the Industry Ministry are reviewing the businesses that previously received permits to continue operating during the PSBB period. If we find that they are not in an essential sector, [the administration] will ask the ministry to review their permits,” Anies said.Read also: Indonesia to evaluate partial lockdown as companies, factories continue business as usualThe Jakarta administration will continue to distribute social aid to around eligible 1.2 million families including packages of staple food, cloth masks and soap worth around Rp 150,000 (US$9.63).Anies added that the administration would update its data on the social aid beneficiaries, as many people were continuing to lose their jobs due to the crisis. The updated data and distribution map will be able to the public at corona.jakarta.go.id.Jakarta, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, had recorded 3,383 cases with 301 fatalities and 322 recoveries as of Wednesday. Nationwide, 7,418 cases have been recorded with 635 fatalities.While the number of confirmed cases is continuing to increase, Anies said fewer bodies had been buried according to COVID-19 protocol following the implementation of PSBB measures. The Jakarta administration announced on Wednesday that the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) will be extended until May 22 as the COVID-19 outbreak has yet to subside.Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan made the decision to extend the restrictions – initially slated to end Thursday – for another 28 days after consulting with health experts and the Jakarta Health Agency.“The key to implementing PSBB measures is for all parties to be disciplined,” Anies said during a press briefing at City Hall on Wednesday. Topics : “If we are disciplined, stay at home and reduce our activities outside, Insya Allah [God willing] this outbreak will be overcome soon.”The governor also urged Muslims to conduct religious rituals during Ramadan, such as tarawih (evening prayers), at home with their families rather than in congregations. He also urged Jakartans not not to participate in the Idul Fitri mudik (exodus) in compliance with the government’s recent ban.Read also: Coronavirus outbreak may end in June with ‘mudik’ ban: IDIThis year, Ramadan will last from Friday until May 24.
Read Also: Man City striker out of Real Madrid Champions League clashAs the full press conference video shows, Mourinho did not return and so there was an empty chair and little post-match analysis going on. It was then announced on the call that the Spurs boss would do another press conference on Friday, where he would be reviewing the Bournemouth draw and previewing Sunday’s North London derby against Arsenal. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Jose Mourinho produced another iconic press conference moment Thursday night when he walked out. The Special One saw his Spurs side draw 0-0 away at Bournemouth and when brought in to give his post-match thoughts, it seems as though some technical difficulties were encountered. And the Portuguese manager was not willing to stick around, promptly taking his headphones off and saying “Sorry guys” to the journalists as he walked off. It means that the infamous Mourinho meme of him angrily removing his headphones now has another entry. Promoted ContentWhat Happens When You Eat Eggs Every Single Day?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthEver Wonder What Keanu Reeves Spends His Paychecks On?20 “The Big Bang Theory” Moments Only A Few Fans Knew About9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way
It seems the demands of a top-level career on the pitch are minimal to those he has experienced off it. Although his reputation is blossoming, he lasted only seven months at Spartak Moscow, and left Mallorca after a fall-out with the club’s director of football. So, whilst more productive spells at Brondby, Getafe and, last season, Swansea, have led to Laudrup becoming one of the most sought-after coaches in Europe, the suggestion life is a breeze just brings a wry smile. “It is much more difficult to be a manager than a player,” he said. Michael Laudrup does not believe the stresses he endured in his playing days come close to comparing with those he has to deal with on a daily basis as a manager. “The two jobs are obviously completely different. As a footballer you are one of 25. As a manager you are on your own. “You do have the group to work with, but in the end, you are alone. You have to take the decisions and be responsible for everything.” At Swansea that means having the final say on transfers, which this summer look certain to include deciding whether Ashley Williams will be allowed to leave amid apparent interest from Arsenal. It is a brutal fact of life for clubs of Swansea’s size that they are always at risk of losing key men to wealthier rivals. The balancing act is always whether the sale of a star player can help fund an overall strengthening of a squad to make it more durable and able to cope with the strains of life in the world’s most lucrative league. And for Laudrup this remains the truth despite steering Swansea to the calm waters of ninth in the table, their highest finish since 1982, in addition to the glory of winning the Capital One Cup and in the process securing a place in next season’s Europa League. “Unless we find a couple of hundred million pounds I think last season we achieved nearly the maximum we can in terms of the table,” he said. “There are always things you can improve but there are not many higher positions we can look at. Even consolidating is going to be very difficult.” Press Association