Jack White Preserves More Classic Recordings

(The Blues) White Stripes and Dead Weather mastermind Jack White has taken steps to secure the future of more classic blues recordings, including material by Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charley Paton, Son House, Skip James and others.

White is already responsible for collaborations with label archives to digitise sounds from the very beginning of the record industry's lifespan. And he donated $200,000 to the US National Recording Preservation Foundation.

Now his Third Man Records has teamed up with Revenant Records to release a two-volume set entitled The Rise & Fall Of Paramount Records, including blues, jazz, gospel and other forms of music laid down between 1917 and 1932. more on this story

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