The Black Keys Thickfreakness Bluesy garage-rock duo The Black Keys' record from 2003 available again on LP, CD and Picturedisc! http://www.facebook.com/TheBlackKeys Fat Possum Records CD | LP
The Black Keys Chulahoma Picture-disc LP expected 17th September Two-piece blues-garage-rock and rollers playing songs by Junior Kimbrough Ohio duo The Black Keys have brought forth an EP of six songs by Junior Kimbrough. This is no mere dalliance; the late elder Mississippi blues musician was a powerful influence on guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney. Their three previous albums, full of dusty grooves and simple but impassioned dynamics, would have found strong rapport with Kimbrough, who unfortunately died before they could ever meet. However, his widow, Mildred gives her passionate endorsement for these performances in the form of a short phone message that appears at the end of the disc. Among the highpoints is "Meet Me in the City," which positively shimmers as the plaintive vocal soars over a virato-ed guitar. The Black Keys, besides paying their heartfelt respects, also demonstrate the breadth and durability of Kimbrough's music. Fat Possum Records CD | LP Pre-Order
The Black Keys El Camino The deluxe Double LP includes a bonus CD, a limited edition poster, and a two song 45 rpm 7″ single featuring previously unreleased live tracks: “Sister” and “Money Maker. The Black Keys' follow-up to their breakthrough album 'Brothers' once again finds Brian 'Danger Mouse' Burton handling production duties as the band head back to the straightahead rock n roll of their early albums and features the brilliant songs Lonely Boy and Gold On The Ceiling Nonesuch CD | LP
The Black Keys Lonely Boy / Run Right Back The Black Keys 12" release for Black Friday A 12” single with new music from The Black Keys Nonesuch 12"
The Black Keys Attack And Release New Dangermouse produced album from Ohio garage-rock duo Black Keys! Much of this album was originally written for the late Ike Turner, by the band, but it slowly morphed in to their own record. V2 CD | LP
The Black Keys Magic Potion LP expected back in soon Fourth album from Ohio garage-blues duo Black Keys In early 2006, The Black Keys returned to their basement to record "Magic Potion", their fourth full-length album. Despite its title, "Magic Potion" is ironically the sound of The Black Keys getting their signature sound down to a science — it's the band at their heaviest, grittiest and most powerfully stripped down. From the nasty, sweaty strut of "Your Touch" to the sublimely narcotic devotional ballad "You're The One" on down to the stomping, house-rocking call to arms "Modern Times" The Black Keys have made another fantastic album. Nonesuch Records LP Pre-Order
The Black Keys Turn Blue The Black Keys are back with Turn Blue following the excellent El Camino. Super infetious poppy garage-rock thats bound to be one of this year's favourites! Warner Bros CD | LP
The Black Keys / Junior Kimbrough Meet Me In The City Limited edition Record Store Day 7" with the original and the Black Keys cover! A classic Junior Kimbrough song from the late Mississippi bluesman, originally released by Fat Possum Records in 1995 on the album Ã?Â³All Night Long‘. Later released by the Black Keys in 2006 on Ã?Â³Chulahoma‘. Fat Possum 7" RSD 2015