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When a woman (who may or may not be his mother, according to the song) demands something of him on Elephant's "The Air Near My Fingers," White retorts back, "I never said I wanted to be a man." On "There's No Home for You Here," he sings, "It's hard to look you in the face when we are talking / so it helps to have a mirror in the room." Presumably, the mirror's needed so he can focus back on who really has the power.
And on "Girl, You Have No Faith In Medicine," the title is a patronizing chide.
Women have long been up to no good in the eccentric world of Jack White's songs.
But on Blunderbuss, his solo album out this week, they finally indulge in White's most famous bugaboo: cell phones.
Either way, what it reveals is fascinating—though not pretty.
In one of his first ever on-the-record comments about gender, White told Josh Eells in the New York Times magazine recently that he doesn't want to define roles for the women he knows: "I've always felt it's ridiculous to say, of any of the females in my life: You're my friend, you're my wife, you're my girlfriend, you're my co-worker.
She started her musical career in 1995 with the Florida punk rock band Discount which disbanded in 2000.So we come to Blunderbuss, more than 10 years after Jack and Meg first sang their hopscotch ditties in matching red pants.A large part of the record is spent cataloguing the sins of some powerful, self-possessed, ultra-feminized woman—a wearer of lipstick and stilettos, who "gets what she wants" and, in doing so, torments him.But she's come by this in a way that's not on his terms, so she's a villain.What's the real-world upshot of Jack White's need for control?