His second and third album are brought together on one disc to contain all of his early hits including How Many More Years; Moanin' At Midnight; Smokestack Lightning; Forty Four; Evil; and I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline).
Principally roots music (including gospel, blues, bluegrass, and traditional folk songs and ballads) from the United States; track 9 is a recording of a Scottish ballad; track 22 is a recording of traditional Peruvian folk music.
In an evening of storytelling, laughter, and plenty of music, Garrison Keillor is joined by the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, led by Philip Brunelle and accompanied by Richard Dworsky. Episodes include Homage to the Aunts, Lake Wobegon Hymn, Seven Love Sonnets, Habanera, Song of the Exiles, and much more.
After creating music as a member of the White Stripes, the Raconteurs, and the Dead Weather, Jack White makes his debut as a solo artist with Blunderbuss. The album includes the single Love Interruption.
Intro Alicia's prayer (acappella) -- Karma -- Heartburn -- A woman's worth (live) -- Unbreakable -- How come you don't call me -- If I was your woman -- If I ain't got you -- Every little bit hurts -- Streets of New York (city life) -- Wild horses/ featuring Adam Levine -- Diary -- You don't know my name -- Stolen moments -- Fallin' -- Love it or leave it alone/ featuring Mos Def & Common -- Welcome to Jamrock / with Damian Marley, Mos Def, Common, & friends.