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Listen to a full recording of Jack White’s historic 33-song set at Chicago Theatre

on July 26, 2014, 12:55pm

Photo by David James Swanson / JackWhiteIII.com

On Wednesday night, Jack White took the stage at the Chicago Theatre and proceeded to play the longest show of his career. When it was all said and done, the three-hour, 33-song long setlist included covers, live debuts, and an 11-song encore.

Among the highlights, the first performance of The White Stripes’ “Blue Orchid” in seven years, the live debut of Lazaretto track “Entitlement”, and covers of Jimi Hendrix Experience’s “Manic Depression”, Bob Dylan’s “Tell Me That It Isn’t True”, and Robert Johnson’s “Stones in My Passway”.

Missed it or just want to relive it? A recording of the concert’s radio stream on Chicago radio station WXRT has surfaced online. Download it in full here. 

Update: Per request, the audio has been removed.

Setlist:
High Ball Stepper
Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground (The White Stripes)
Lazaretto
Missing Pieces / The Big Three Killed My Baby (The White Stripes)
Hotel Yorba (The White Stripes)
You Know That I Know
I Cut Like a Buffalo (The Dead Weather)
The Same Boy You’ve Always Known (The White Stripes)
Three Women
The Rose With a Broken Neck
Freedom at 21
Cannon (The White Stripes) / Catfish Blues (Robert Petway cover) / Got My Mojo Workin’ (Muddy Waters cover)
Sixteen Saltines
Astro (The White Stripes)
Stones In My Passway (Robert Johnson cover)
Blunderbuss / Tell Me That It Isn’t True (Bob Dylan)
We’re Going to Be Friends (The White Stripes)
Entitlement
Top Yourself (The Raconteurs)

Encore:
Fell in Love With a Girl (The White Stripes)
Icky Thump (The White Stripes)
Manic Depression (The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover)
Steady, As She Goes (The Raconteurs)
Blue Orchid (The White Stripes)
You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told) (The White Stripes)
The Hardest Button to Button (The White Stripes)
Just One Drink
Ball and Biscuit (The White Stripes) / Got My Mojo Workin’
Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes)

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