Exercising his creative skill through so many musical endeavors throughout the years, it's surprising that Jack White
could ever find the time to squeeze a cover into one of his lengthy set lists. But after whipping out a "Black Skinhead"
intro in Dublin, White expanded his covers repertoire during a show in Paris on Monday night. His 27-song set included these six covers: Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer", The Police's "Message in a Bottle", Dick Dale's "Misirlou", Howlin' Wolf's "Smokestack Lightning", Bob Dylan's "Isis" and Robert Johnson's "If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day"
Below you can watch audience captured footage of "Message in a Bottle", which closes "Steady as She Goes", a "Psycho Killer" closer to "Seven Nation Army", and "If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day".
"Message in a Bottle"
"If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day"