Laura Marling covers Neil young for Jack White-aided single

She also tackles a song by Jackson C Frank

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Laura Marling has covered Neil Young and Jackson C Frank for her joint release with Jack White.

Marling recorded the single in just one take at White‘s Nashville studio earlier this year, and the record will be released on seven-inch via his label Third Man Records.

Side one of the vinyl release is a version of Jackson C Frank‘s 1965 single ‘Blues Run The Game’, while side two is a cover of Neil Young‘s 1972 song ‘Needle And The Damage Done’, reports TwentyFourBit.

Set for release on August 9 as part of Third Man Records‘Blue Series’, the seven-inch will be limited to 1500 copies and is being sold via Third Man Records and

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