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"I think it's a pivotal record for me - I like this one a lot,” Susan Tedeschi says of her new Verve Forecast release Back to the River. “I think it's really emotional, but it's not really a blues record. The blues is still in there, but there's a lot of other stuff too. I definitely put a lot into this one and worked really hard to put a lot ... Read more in Amazon's Susan Tedeschi Store

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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: ADA Global
  • ASIN: B000113QFY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 208,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Alone
2. Gonna Move
3. Wrapped in the Arms of Another
4. ‘Til I Found You
5. Wait For Me
6. Feeling Music Bring
7. In the Garden
8. Hampmotized
9. Don’t Thank Twice
10. I Fell in Love
11. Blues on a Holiday

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(2002 'Tone-Cool') (45:39/11) Nettes neues Album, mit dem sie sich bereits weit vom 'Blues' entfernt / nice new record, another step away from the blues. SUSAN TEDESCHI - gtr/voc feat. KEVIN BARRY - gtrs, DEREK TRUCKS - gtr, JOHNNIE JOHNSON - pno, PAUL RISHELL - gtr, ANNIE RAINES - hca, etc.

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Though not exactly hot on the heels of her last effort, Wait for Me looks likely to cement this Massachusetts born singer, songwriter and guitarist's reputation as one of the most promising blues newcomers of her generation. Her strongest card is that gorgeous voice--like a younger, more passionate Bonnie Raitt, she also shares her role model's good taste.

Along the way, Tedeschi turns out an inspired version of Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" and hints at Chuck Berry ("I Fell in Love") and Hendrix in a mellow mood ("In the Garden"), as well as quoting the Beatles' "Let It Be" on "Wrapped in the Arms of Another".

There's a Memphis soul feel to the excellent opening cut "Alone", and "Gonna Move" is another early highlight. The originals mostly sit well alongside the covers, although the funky whole-band effort "Hampmotized" sounds almost as clumsy as its title. Despite this, the musicianship throughout is hard to fault. The frequent splashes of organ, mellotron and piano are especially welcome as is the guitar on "The Feeling Music Brings", which features husband Derek Trucks trading licks for his wife's moaning vocals.

Tedeschi's own guitar style is more hesitant, but has a certain naive charm that shows signs that it will probably mature into something rather fine. --Jon Lusk

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Ridge on 18 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Boston-based Susan Tedeschi is a blues artist with a difference : she's a white woman! Compared most frequently to Bonnie Raitt, Tedeschi has a similar voice, but it has more power when she lets go, and yet she can also tear your heart out with the slower, more emotional material. This is her third album, with her career and reputation steadily growing, and having married and had her first baby since her last outing - Just Won't Burn some four years ago now - she seems contented and at one with the world, her life and her music. So, it's happy blues if that's not a contradiction in terms. Maybe she's invented a new genre? The material here is mature, well-rounded blues-rock with songs about love (as opposed to "love songs") mixed in with more traditional numbers, including a stunning cover of Bob Dylan's Don't Think Twice, It's All Right. In the grand scheme of things, she deserves to be a star, but she probably never will be. Instead I like to think of her as my little secret ... and I must confess to a personal connection to this fine lady : having stumbled across her on a drunken night in Memphis, I was hooked instantly and mesmerized by her stage presence, her playing, oh ... and that voice. Like an angel one minute, and a devil in a silk dress the next, she truly seduces you with ... well, everything really.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adrian Shaw on 2 Jun. 2010
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Any one who hasn't heard of Susan Tedeschi or not heard her sing is missing out on a wonderful voice, that is expressive, emotive and powerful. A great CD that lets her show of her range and ability that helps you unwind at the end of the day or whilst sipping Pimms on the patio.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I'm Thankful For The Feeling This Music Brings! 30 Dec. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Susan Tedeschi is one of the great artists in music today - blues, pop, rock, folk whatever you want to call her. Her 2nd album garnered her a best new artist nomination that she deserved to win. That album, Just Won't Burn, is her best! It combines blues, rock, folk, and a bit of country tinged blues for a kickin' record. Her first album, Better Days, is very rough-hewn and more akin to Just Won't Burn. Here on Wait for Me we see a more subdued Susan Tedeschi. She's seems to be staying strictly with the blues here and focusing less on pop, rock, etc. Whereas earlier we heard some of Janis Joplin in those vocals now we see more of Bonnie Raitt which isn't bad but one longs for an artist who can't be confined by genre. Still, this album is a major success for any fan of real music - blues or otherwise. Highlights here are Alone, Gonna Move, Wrapped in the Arms of Another (really more of a ballad)and The Feeling Music Brings and I Fell in Love which are really the only two songs where Susan rocks and she succeeds in spades. Blues on Holiday is the best track on this record though. It's simple guitar and harmonica accompaniment and Susan's sweet vocals make it one of Susan's best ever.
Susan Tedeschi is a phenom. I hope she gets the recognition in the music world she deserves. Still, something tells me she is just fine singing the blues in blues cafe in front of a small crowd of fans and selling 10 records. She's in the business for the music and that's what I call a true artist. Don't make us wait to long for another album and please folks if you get a chance to see Susan perform live - DO SO!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Tedeschi picks up the slack... I want more! 24 Dec. 2004
By KIWRadioFREEblues - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
October 23, 2002

Artist; Susan Tedeschi

Title: Wait For Me

Rating: Very Good

In 1989 a six-year sober Bonnie Raitt bedazzled a beleaguered music industry with the multi- platinum, multi-Grammy album, `Nick of Time.' After more than twenty years, Raitt had finally struck gold. The "sound" of Raitt's wagon-load of Grammy album was not new - her refreshed pop sense with a blues base got her on the radio airplay but it was the ballads that struck a nerve with listeners. For the next decade Raitt would be the world's darling lending her bully pulpit to social & environmental causes.

Upon the death of Stevie Ray Vaughan in August 1990, Raitt would add the weight of being the blues only major cross-over artist on her slim shoulders. Thanks to the momentum of Stevie Ray Vaughan, `the blues' art-form was vibrant throughout the `90's. As the impact of downloading and burning began to reverberate, major labels sang the blues over financial losses. As result, labels cut artists and ad budgets. Consequently the blues' popularity has been on the down-swing since the new millennium.

Tone Cool's Susan Tedeschi may provide the thumb in the dike to stem the blues' ebbing popularity. For a blues album to sell 50,000 units is a smashing success. Tedeschi's last album, Just Won't Burn, sold more than ½ million albums. With the release of her newest effort (November 19th), Wait For Me, Tedeschi will surely substantially best her last effort. It's a terrific album jam packed with superb vocal performances, strong songs, and excellent arrangements. Included on the album are two previously released tracks. `In the Garden' appeared on Double Trouble's latest release (along with a cover of Led Zeppelin's, `Rock -n- Roll.' `Baby You're Right' appears on Tedeschi's husband Derek Trucks' latest stellar release, Joyful Noise.' A nephew of Allman Brothers bass player `Butch' Trucks, Derek Trucks played with the Allman Brothers Band for much of last year with Tedeschi's band opening. Consequently, Tedeschi's sound has matured substantially into a more rock oriented sound. Like Raitt's, Nick of Time, Tedeschi has mixed tasty ballads with upbeat rockers. Tedeschi is backed by a smoking guitar and humping organ (players unknown at this time). Also covered on the album is Dylan's, 'Don't Think Twice.' While blues purists continue to embrace Tedeschi, `Wait for Me' is sure to be a cross-over hit that rock fans are going to relate. While today's helter-skelter music world leaves it up to anyone's guess, it will be interesting to see if radio `gets it' and hops on board a sure thing early in the cycle or will it wait?
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Thank you Susan 17 Dec. 2002
By Amy K - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I simply do not understand the folks out there who do not appreciate this CD. Every song is outstanding, especially Gonna Move, that tune just makes me wanna dance. Susan's voice is magical, melodical, bringing me to tears on several tracks. Yes, Just Won't Burn is a more raw and gritty recording, but that was a few years ago, and we can't expect artists to stay the same just for us, they must grow and change like everyone else. I would imagine that Susan has had some new influences in her music after touring with that "band" called the Allman Brothers and other greats. The guitars, both Susan's and Derek's, just blow me away. But is her sweet voice that keeps me playing this CD over and over again. It is afterall, Susan's choice to record and release what she wants. And I love it. True Susan fan's will fall in love with this CD. Can't wait to see what she can do next.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Who says it won't burn 18 Oct. 2005
By J. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
An awesome Cd. The disc opens with the Al Green influenced memphis soul number Alone, which alone is worth the price of the disc. Followed by the late Paul Pena's Gonna Move featuring some tasty slide by husband Derek Trucks. (Must be nice to call on the best slide player in the world for your CD) Other highlights include a wicked version of Don't Think Twice It's All Right and a blistering I Fell In Love. Also included are a tip of the hat to Atlanta music legend Bruce Hampton and a smoky Blues on a Holiday.

Though this has been out for a year or more, if you don't own it you should get it today.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I hate waiting, but I LOVE this record! 30 Nov. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After four years it was about time for a new Susan Tedeschi record, and this one proves well worth the wait. The lead track, "Alone", is a gem! It sounds like your favorite Al Green tune that you never heard. Her voice is supple and covers a much wider and deeper range than on her first album, Just Won't Burn. Susan's husband Derek Trucks kicks in some burning slide guitar on two cuts. The title track is a classic blues torch song. The sound of the album is clean and shows off Susan's gorgeous voice without a bunch of needless gloss. This record should get her some of the respect that she deserves.
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