Everybody's Talkin' (Live) Tedeschi Trucks Band

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  • 1Everybody's Talkin'05:31
  • 2Midnight In Harlem (Swamp Raga intro with Little Martha)10:23
  • 3Learn How to Love09:27
  • 4Bound For Glory12:54
  • 5Rollin' and Tumblin'04:42
  • 6Nobody's Free10:24
  • 7Darling Be Home Soon10:05
  • 8That Did It07:59
  • 9Uptight15:33
  • 10Love Has Something Else To Say (with Kissing My Love)11:03
  • 11Wade in the Water08:25
  • Total Runtime01:46:26

Info for Everybody's Talkin' (Live)

In May Tedeschi Trucks Band will release Everybody's Talkin', their sophomore album in their second full year as a band. As last year's lengthy Revelator World Tour wound down, the band decided to record their October concerts in the highest quality possible, and their foresight paid off as the group turned in several of their most powerful performances in the band’s history. From that fruitful run of shows comes Everybody's Talkin', a two-disc set that captures the collective spirit and lift of a typical TTB concert—raising the roof with a Saturday night sense of abandon, before gently concluding with a Sunday morning spiritual.

Produced by Derek Trucks, mixed by Jim Scott and engineered by Bobby Tis, Everybody's Talkin' is a hearty blend of originals and spirited covers of rock, R&B and even gospel classics. The album captures the group’s roots-rich musical mix, fronted by Susan’s honey-to-husky voice (as well as her own gritty guitar-work), and a hefty dose of Derek’s signature slide-guitar sound. Each track is a powerhouse, and every solo is a journey, as the joyful, spontaneous energy of a TTB concert shines through the entire album.

Derek Trucks, lead guitar
Susan Tedeschi, lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Oteil Burbridge, bass
Kofi Burbridge, keyboards, flute
Tyler Greenwell, drums, percussion
J. J. Johnson, drums, percussion
Mike Mattison, harmony vocals
Mark Rivers, harmony vocals
Kebbi Williams, saxophone
Maurice Brown, trumpet
Saunders Sermons, trombone

Engineered by Bobby Tis, Marty Wall
Mixed by Jim Scott
Mastering by Bob Ludwig
Produced by Derek Trucks

The Tedeschi Trucks Band
led by the husband-and-wife duo of guitarist and vocalist Susan Tedeschi and slide guitarist Derek Trucks — began as a summer touring unit known as the Soul Stew Revival. It was both a practical consideration for the pair to spend time together with their young family and a musical endeavor. Soul Stew Revival featured members of their own bands and numerous guest musicians, and the loose-knit cooperative band performed roof-raising shows full of soul, blues, funk, and gospel standards, as well as original material. After one of these tours, the pair decided to create a home studio to be better able to finance their own recordings. Tedeschi and Trucks performed a cover of 'Space Captain' on Herbie Hancock's Imagine Project, and solidified an 11-piece band from their own units, as well as horn players and percussionists. Renamed the Tedeschi Trucks Band, they signed to Sony's Masterworks imprint, recorded over 30 songs, and eventually pared the selection down to 11 tracks for their debut album, Revelator, which was released in June 2011 and nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. It was followed in the spring of 2012 by Live: Everybody's Talkin', a sprawling double-disc set which featured material from Revelator, alongside some carefully-chosen cover versions. August 2013 brought a second studio album, Made Up Mind, which featured co-writing credits from the Jayhawks' Gary Louris and Soulive's Eric Krasno.

This album contains no booklet.

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