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  posted on 9/3/2009 at 11:58 PM
Keith Richards revealed in a recent interview with Rolling Stone that he is the latest artist to collaborate with Jack White.

The news adds some credibility to rumors that White may possibly be gearing up to produce the next Rolling Stones record.
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"I enjoy working with Jack,” said Richards. “We’ve done a couple of tracks.”

What's more, Richards denied rumors that drummer Charlie Watts had quit the band, saying he's "trying to gather the boys together. One way or another, I'll get them back in line."

Of course, while the legendary guitarist acknowledged working with White in the studio, he would not confirm whether he'd be tapped to produce an upcoming Stones album.

"I couldn't fuel that rumor any more than to say Jack and I are in touch,” Richards said

What would u think of Jack producing the Stones. I kind of like the idea it could be one rockin blusey album that we all know the Stones have in them

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 12:22 AM
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Keith Richards revealed in a recent interview with Rolling Stone that he is the latest artist to collaborate with Jack White.

The news adds some credibility to rumors that White may possibly be gearing up to produce the next Rolling Stones record.
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"I enjoy working with Jack,” said Richards. “We’ve done a couple of tracks.”

What's more, Richards denied rumors that drummer Charlie Watts had quit the band, saying he's "trying to gather the boys together. One way or another, I'll get them back in line."

Of course, while the legendary guitarist acknowledged working with White in the studio, he would not confirm whether he'd be tapped to produce an upcoming Stones album.

"I couldn't fuel that rumor any more than to say Jack and I are in touch,” Richards said

What would u think of Jack producing the Stones. I kind of like the idea it could be one rockin blusey album that we all know the Stones have in them


Not a fan of the idea. Nothing against Jack White, but I've never been a fan of the Stones using the latest "Hot" producer...Jagger, who is always very conscious of trends, usually pushes for it, and it usually it doesn't work out very well.

Their best work has always been done when the Glimmer Twins produced.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 01:08 AM
I like the idea.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 05:58 AM
As is the case with all classic rockers, repertoire is the problem not production.
Just my $.02.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 06:24 AM
IMO,White would be a great choice....

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 07:26 AM
Not that he'd have the time, or necessarily be interested if offered the job, but I wonder what Warren could do for the Stones?
 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 08:13 AM
I like the idea also. Jack can play, write and produce. He has all the necessary talents.
The only way it can fail is with bad material from a bunch of aging geezers!!

 

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I like the idea also. Jack can play, write and produce. He has all the necessary taletnts.
The only way it can fail is with bad material from a bunch of aging geezers!!


Agreed on the material but even there last album had some good stuff so
I think they have it in them but its will they go all in and try to make a good album or half a$$ it?

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 08:41 AM
I'm probably the only person around who just doesn't get the Jack White love.
 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 09:07 AM
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I'm probably the only person around who just doesn't get the Jack White love.


Have you checked out the Raconteurs? They have 2 releases out and I really enjoyed them.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 09:09 AM
Who is Jack White?

 

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You got some listening to catch up on!!

The White Stripes
The Raconteurs
Dead Weather

 

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Who is Jack White?


One of the most over-rated musicians of this generation.

 

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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 10:37 AM
I think it would possibly be like when Jimmy Miller produced them. And those records didn't suck....
 
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  posted on 9/4/2009 at 11:59 AM
I don't find Jack White over-rated at all because I do not hear much talk about how he is the best, the fastest, the most innovative, ANYTHING like that.

All I usually hear is that people like his sound or that he has brought a back-to-basics ethic to a digital age.

I like his songs and his sound and his production. His records lack that thick modern gloss that keeps me from really liking the Foo Fighters, for example.

 

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I don't find Jack White over-rated at all because I do not hear much talk about how he is the best, the fastest, the most innovative, ANYTHING like that.



He's a critic's darling, Rolling Stone's #17 Greatest Guitarist on their Top 100 List....enough of this guy already.

 

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I'm probably the only person around who just doesn't get the Jack White love.


Have you checked out the Raconteurs? They have 2 releases out and I really enjoyed them.



Love the Raconteurs two cd's...& i'm digging The Dead Weather (w/Jack on drums) too.... ...as far as over-rated,I'll give that title to Ryan Adams..

 

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I checked out Jack White on Youtube and the music just does not hit me. I guess he is the cream of the crap on the Mainstream side.
 

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I will admit, I did not care for Jack White for the longest time. I came around by hearing him at Bonnaroo with the Raconteurs, and I was hoolkd aftet that. Yeah , some of his stuff is different , but some of it I really like. I think he is a pretty decent song writer. It's not like the Rolling Stones are gonna come out sounding like him, that won't happen.
Maybe he will just give it a more bare bones straight head rock sounding album , with no frills. Nice and raw, It could be good folks, it can't be any worse than anything they have put out in the last 10yrs.

 

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  posted on 9/5/2009 at 07:08 PM
I think that is a great idea for the Stones. I love the work Jack did with Loretta Lynn back in 2004. White's minimalist approach to production and reverence for old blues artists makes him a perfect candidate to capture the unvarnished murk and swagger that made the Stones records like "Exile on Mainstreet" so potent. It's no coincidence he sang "Loving Cup" on the Stone's Scorcese flick a couple of years back. To paraphrase Bob Dylan from an early 90's guitar rag, today's recording technology has grown too foreign to the humble "garage" element that is essential to Rock 'n' Roll. Essentially, the technology does not do justice to the humble surroundings from which Rock 'n' Roll springs. Jack White understands this as well, or better, than anyone of significance in a long time. Sometime back I posted that I thought Dickey could benefit from Jack White behind the boards and I still stand by it.



 

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  posted on 9/5/2009 at 07:23 PM
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I checked out Jack White on Youtube and the music just does not hit me. I guess he is the cream of the crap on the Mainstream side.


Have you heard the Raconteurs & The Dead Weather..not exactly "main stream".

 

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  posted on 9/6/2009 at 08:47 PM
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You got some listening to catch up on!!

The White Stripes
The Raconteurs
Dead Weather



He's apparently respected by fellow musicians, but I just don't get his "contribution" to music as a whole. On the othe hand, the stones are still great live, and I would go to see them again, as the music we love will definetly not be around forever.

 
 


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