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Tom Jones wants Jack White duet

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Tom Jones has revealed that he wants to collaborate on a full album with Jack White.

The pair worked together for a one-off release on White's Third Man Records label earlier this year, covering Frankie Laine's 'Jezebel' and Howlin' Wolf's 'Evil'.

Tom Jones jets off to V Festival in a Capital One helicopter
Jack White (The White Stripes)

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"Jack White had an idea for two songs 'Evil' and 'Jezabel', which is an old Frankie Laine song and he had a new arrangement for it. So he said to me, 'Do you know these songs?' and I said, 'Yes, I know both of them'," Jones told NME.

"I was in Nashville at the time so we got together and we did the two songs. I'd love to do an album with Jack White in the future."

Jones hinted that he will probably return to The Voice UK in the same interview.

"There are things that we need to change, things we know we can make better, but it looks like I'm going to do it. We haven't rubber-stamped it yet," he explained.

White premiered the Hype Williams-directed video for his latest single 'Freedom at 21' last month. Watch the video below:

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