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Everybody's Talkin'

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Armed with a new Grammy Award for a debut album deemed "masterpiece" by Rolling Stone and praised by concert-goers around the world for brilliant musicianship and roof-raising performances, Tedeschi Trucks Band is catapulting to new heights of popularity as they release their first live album, Everybody's Talkin.

Critics have praised the outstanding live performances of Tedeschi Trucks Band. Led by one of the most dynamic husband-wife teams in popular music, singer-guitarist Susan Tedeschi and slide guitar virtuoso Derek Trucks, the 11-piece ensemble is the ultimate big band for lovers of rock and delta blues that also pays homage to the far-ranging influences of funk, gospel, jazz and world music.

Everybody s Talkin contains eleven tracks cherry-picked by the group to serve as a musical look-back on their first band-building year. Featured are versions of tunes from Revelator that are already crowd favorites "Bound For Glory", \"Love Has Something Else To Say" some with added details, that takes them a notch higher than the studio originals. Other songs reveal the group's affection for a wide range of soulful forebears, including Stevie Wonder ("Uptight" ), Muddy Waters ("Rollin' And Tumblin'"), Bill Withers ("Kissin' My Love"), Joe Cocker ("Darlin' Be Home Soon"), Bobby Bland ("That Did It"), Harry Nilsson ("Everybody's Talkin'") and the Staple Singers ("Wade In The Water").

Together, the tracks flow one into the next with the collective spirit and lift of a typical TTB concert raising the roof with a Saturday night sense of abandon, and gently concluding with a Sunday morning spiritual.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: May 22, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: SONY MASTERWORKS
  • Run Time: 106 minutes
  • ASIN: B007KDFWRG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (242 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,065 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Stuart Jefferson TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 22, 2012
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Wow. This is what the Tedeschi/Trucks Band is all about. If this release doesn't spread the word far and wide about this band-I don't know what will. Fans who've heard this band live already know-but if you're wondering what all the talk is about-look no further.

In this day and age of sound-alike pop/dance music, this band has chosen it's own path-playing the music they love-and it shows. The rhythm section does what it's supposed to do-push everything along while still coloring the overall sound. Kofi Burbridge's keyboards, along with his brother's bass work and the band's backbone, their drum sound, is full and expressive yet well thought out. The soulful horns (especially the trumpet and trombone) aren't merely filler or window dressing. Their role is to add depth and feeling to the music-which they do. The vocals too, fit in well. Mattison and Rivers' harmonies are at times like another instrument.

And Susan Tedeschi isn't there just because she's Trucks' wife. Her fine vocals give the band another instrument to incorporate into their sound. And her guitar playing speaks for itself. Anyone who thinks a woman can't play the guitar in this kind of setting needs to hear this. Her style both complements and acts as a foil for Trucks slide playing. And Derek Trucks-whose abilities and feel for the music-surely place him at the top of the list of great slide guitarists. After a few bars you know you're listening to a master of the guitar. His solos can be exciting bordering on intense, yet there's also a subtly in his playing. His tone, his choice of notes and chords, even the spaces and pauses between notes only add to the intensity of his style.

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The word "evolve" has been tossed around a lot lately, usually in politics. According to the Free Online Dictionary, to evolve is: "to develop or achieve gradually; to evolve a style of one's own". "Live", the newest release by the Tedeschi Trucks band is a perfect example of musical evolution- the group has gradually changed from a song oriented collective to the type of improvisational jam band that first introduced Derek Trucks to the public.

The Tedeschi Trucks band is unlike anyone else on the scene today. With last year's "Revelator", Susan Tedeschi and Derek gave us twelve originals (thirteen counting the hidden track "Ghost Light") where songwriting was the key, Susan's vocals and guitar embellished by Derek's masterful slide. Every member of the eleven piece band was integral to success of course, but the overall vibe was romantic and song oriented. With "Live", the band stretches out on every track, much like Derek Trucks Band's "Live at the Georgia Theatre".

The best albums always grab you from the start. The title track, a 1969 hit for Harry Nilsson, opens with a catchy guitar riff, reminiscent of Warren Haynes' "Man in Motion". Susan has made this song her own with her impassioned reading. "Midnight in Harlem" has a couple of surprises- a "Swamp Raga Intro" is followed by the opening notes to Duane Allman's "Little Martha". The crowd roars its approval before "Harlem" kicks in.

"Learn How to Love" is a well written original with Susan yearning of "tired of living without/ when others have so much/ if I could find someone/ to bring that lovin' touch", but the real treat here is the guitar interplay between this talented couple. Most fans are aware of Derek's abilities, but Susan matches her husband note for note on this workout.
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I didn't love this quite as much as the recent "Made Up Mind", but I did enjoy it. Imagine Allman Brothers fronted by a solid female blues singer with some jam-band influence, and you'll have a good idea of the type of music. This live double album reminded me very much structurally of a live Grateful Dead concert - many changes in tempo and mood, solid jams, and some "space". A good addition to your bluesy-rock-jamband collection, but not as outstanding as the more recent release.
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It's hard not to compare this to other great live recordings like The Allman Brothers at Filmore East or Derek & The Dominos Live at the Filmore. TTB has made a clasic recording that I'll enjoy through the years. As far as live recordings go, the sound quality is excellent and the song selections are representative of their excellent band. Sure, there are a few minutes that I could take or leave, but isn't that the case with most live events? To me, that is part of the live experience... moments of brilliance, moments of imprefection all in a unique experience that shows a candid side of the musician. The TTB is made of excellent musicians and their live presentation on this recording is 4&1/2 stars. I very much appreciate them bringing back this kind of rich soulful music. Good times with great musicians.

Advice? Go see them live! I did in Houston and it was one of the best concerts I have ever witnessed. The Everybody's Talkin' recording as good as it is, pales in comparison to the show I saw. WOW! I hope this recording hints at what will be in the next studio effort.

BTW - Like Derek Trucks? Check out his work with the Allman Brothers on their "Live at the Beacon Theater" DVD. It's outstanding. Like the TTB and want to see them live? Check out the Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 DVD (or on Netflix). The TTB play a few songs with guest Warren Haynes.
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