Jack Starr (Texas guitarist)

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Jack Starr was an outsider musician who recorded in 1960s Texas and whose recordings have been released by Norton Records. A comprehensive compilation of his work has recently been repressed as the "Born Petrified" LP.[1] Starr recorded the song "Pain (Gimme Sympathy)," which was later covered by the two-piece band The Upholsterers (consisting of Jack White and Brian Muldoon), who released their only single, Makers of High Grade Suites, in 2000.

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  1. ^ Vale, V.; Juno, Andrea (1993). Incredibly strange music. RE/Search Publications. pp. 57–60. ISBN 978-0-940642-22-5. Retrieved 12 August 2011.

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