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Everybody's Talkin'

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As husband-wife couples go in the world of music, it is a challenge to find a duo as well-fitted and naturally prolific as that of singer/guitarist Susan Tedeschi and guitarist Derek Trucks. They are both heavily steeped in the blues tradition, yet open to far-ranging influences including rock, gospel, jazz and World music. Each has produced recordings that share a sensibility best described ... Read more in Amazon's Tedeschi Trucks Band Store

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Product details

  • Audio CD (8 Oct. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Classical
  • ASIN: B0080UA2NC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,445 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Everybody's Talkin'
2. Midnight In Harlem (Swamp Raga intro with Little Martha)
3. Learn How to Love
4. Bound For Glory
5. Rollin' and Tumblin'
6. Nobody's Free
7. Darling Be Home Soon
Disc: 2
1. That Did It
2. Uptight
3. Love Has Something Else To Say (with Kissing My Love)
4. Wade in the Water

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pete clack TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 5 Aug. 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Derek Trucks is the best slide guitarist there is, he's had a fabulous band for some years now,in fact since his teens.Then he married Susan Tedeschi, one great female blues artist who also happens to play some pretty meab guitar.A couple of years ago they joined forces, produced 'Revelator' a studio album that won countless awards, now we get a double album recorded on their first tour.Tracks were chosen by the fans, and we have an absolute winner here. Some songs from the album but their takes on things like Ramsey Lewis's'wade I The Water', blues classic 'Rollin' and Tumblin' and John sebastion's 'Darling Be Hme Soon' really lift this album to new heights.From their oen album 'Midnight In Harlem'(best song in 2011 for my money) and 'Bound For Glory' just tear the tiles off in their absolute brilliance.Most of the songs are quite long, but how they develop them Susan Tedeschi's voice along with co vocalist Mike Matheson , the amazing horn section.This is not a small band but it's so tight,so full of some of the best musicians around today mark this album as utterly unmissable.Derek Trucks toured a few years ago with Eric Clapton's band and folk were asking 'Who is he', raving about his guitar playing,he also tours with The Allman Brothers Band, which is one of the world's greatest gigging and jam bands. So all that can be said here is this is an album that must nbe heard by a band if there are any rights should be filling arenas and stadiums around the world,who knows they soon could be.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Leonardo27 on 4 Jun. 2012
Format: Audio CD
Put simply, whether you love or hate this double "live" album will be determined by your appetite for elongated, deconstructed versions of treasured songs, the majority of them over ten minutes in length with a rendition of Stevie Wonder's "Uptight" clocking in at a whopping sixteen minutes.

Last year's Grammy-winning debut album "Revelator" was an ultra-tight, carefully choreographed affair that brilliantly blended together blues, rock, jazz, funk and world music into a sharply-focused whole. This one is its polar opposite, with the band taking every available opportunity to stretch out and show its instrumental prowess.

There's enough previously-unrecorded material here to head off any complaint about the band merely cashing in quickly with a live version of their one and only studio album so far, and in that respect there are certainly some surprising song choices.

The title track, made famous by Harry Nilsson in 1969, kicks things off in sprightly fashion, whilst there are also notable versions of Elmore James' "Rollin' and Tumblin" and John Sebastian's "Darling Be Home Soon", the latter illuminated by a truly statuesque Derek Trucks guitar solo.

"Learn How To Love You" is a heavier and more muscular version of the song that appeared on "Revelator", whilst "Bound For Glory" - another song off the studio album - boasts Trucks' scorchiest solo on the record.

Taking into account both "Revelator" and the more recent DTB albums, Kofi Burbridge's flute has been employed far too sparingly for this reviewer's liking but it is finally unleashed here in a joyously jazzy rendition of "Nobody's Free".
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By planningpal on 22 Jun. 2012
Format: Audio CD
I have just bought this album on audiophile vinyl and I have to say it is brilliant. The musicianship is superb. Maybe the other reviewers only heard it on a car sterio or MP3 player but I cannot fault the production. I like Revelator a lot but this is definitely better. ST really lets loose and the other musicians have the opportunity to enjoy themselves. Yes it is a bit of a jam session at times but to me that is what live music is about. BtW its nothing like Electric Ladyland (which is one of my all time favourites) more like a disciplined Allman Brothers (not surprising I suppose). It will probably only appeal to those serious about their music though.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jordy on 31 Dec. 2012
Format: Audio CD
I never write reviews, but this album really warrants one. Derek made it clear from the outset that this was meant to be a family band, influenced by bands like Sly and the Family Stone, where everyone is musically equal. So because of this, there are lots of solos on this album - bass solos, drum solos, guitar solos from man and wife, trumpet solos - you name it.
In short, this album is amazing. The band rises and falls as a whole and creates energy that is utterly unrivalled in music today. The music is a real force that really moves you and the organic feel of this record shines through from the recording - from the tender 'Darling I'll Be Home Soon' to the jiving cover of 'Uptight'. There's so much to this album and I really can't praise it enough!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Bruce on 23 Jun. 2012
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about this magnificent band and this album. Been a fan of Susan Tedeschi for a long time and was lucky to see Derek Trucks in his days with Clapton.

If your streching the songs out you better be (a) highly musical and (b) do the covers justice

The title track is absolutely 10 star reconstruction of the song and Ms Tedeschi could be mistaken for early Bonnie Raitt, that's how good her vocal is. Darlin' be home soon is one of my all time favouirite Lovin Spoonful songs and a 10 minute version worried me but hey a very soulful vocal and some beautiful guitar work makes it one of the best covers I've heard.

End of the day you'll love it or hate it I suppose but this is one hell of a band and a truly great singer on top form
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