The Weekly playlist: Our Jack White live wish list

Jack White plays Brooklyn Bowl February 4.
    • “The Big Three Killed My Baby”

      (The White Stripes, 1999) This merciless thumper shook the Joint when the Stripes played in ’03.

    • “Black Math”

      (Elephant, 2003) Another seminal Stripes cut with no letup, perfect for ramping up the midweek energy.

    • “Broken Boy Soldier”

      (Broken Boy Soldiers, 2006) Remember The Raconteurs? (Hint: They played Vegoose.) A fiery live version of this Eastern-doused oldie would bring it back.

    • “300 M.P.H. Torrential Outpour Blues”

      (Icky Thump, 2007) This one, off the Stripes’ swan song, showcases his mellow-blues side—sprinkled with bursts of guitar fire.

    • “Sixteen Saltines”

      (Blunderbuss, 2012) Two minutes, 36 seconds of White at his playful best.

    Jack White with Chicano Batman. February 4, 9 p.m., $65-$70. Brooklyn Bowl, 702-862-2695.

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