Live From The Fox Oakland Tedeschi Trucks Band
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- 1Don’t Know What It Means07:16
- 2Keep On Growing10:51
- 3Bird On The Wire05:39
- 4Within You, Without You02:30
- 5Just As Strange04:27
- 6Crying Over You07:57
- 7These Walls11:50
- 9Right On Time 04:32
- 10Leavin' Trunk10:19
- 11Don’t Drift Away06:34
- 12I Want More (Soul Sacrifice Outro)14:30
- 13I Pity The Fool07:54
- 14Ali 08:21
- 15Let Me Get By 10:53
Info for Live From The Fox Oakland
Live From the Fox Oakland captures the band firing on all cylinders at their Sept 9, 2016 show that fans and band members regard as one of their finest performances to date. The band's commitment to making the best sounding live recording possible is evident throughout.
Tedeschi Trucks Band, led by the husband-and-wife team of singer-guitarist Susan Tedeschi and guitar virtuoso Derek Trucks, have grown into one of the most deeply skilled and admired musical ensembles in the world. 2016 was the 12-piece juggernaut's most impressive and successful year to date.
Loaded with triumphant follow-ups and notable firsts - from headlining the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival to performances in 7 countries abroad and multiple-night sell-outs in major cities across the U.S., including a 6-night stint at New York City's Beacon Theatre, to a second annual "Wheels of Soul" summer amphitheater tour - the group played more shows and sold more tickets than in any year of their 6-year history; not to mention releasing third studio album, Let Me Get By, produced by Trucks with songs written for the first time as an ensemble, praised by Rolling Stone for its "Stax-Volt funk muscle and jazzy New Orleans elegance."
The definitive 15-track album-set, Live From The Fox Oakland, TTB's first live offering since 2012's Everybody's Talking, captures the band performing in September 2016 at the absolute top of their game. From the opening notes of "Don't Know What It Means," to their transcendent takes on Derek and the Dominos' "Keep On Growing," Leonard Cohen's "Bird On The Wire" and The Beatles' "Within You, Without You," to the closing solo on "Let Me Get By," Live From The Fox Oakland is yet another galvanizing document of one of the finest bands around and one who's only getting better with time.
Susan Tedeschi, vocals, guitar
Derek Trucks, guitar
Kofi Burbridge, keyboards, flute
Tyler “Falcon” Greenwell, drums, percussion
J.J. Johnson, drums, percussion
Tim Lefebvre, bass
Mike Mattison, vocals
Mark Rivers, vocals
Alecia Chakour, vocals
Kebbi Williams, saxophone
Elizabeth Lea, trombone
Ephraim Owens, trumpet
Recorded and Mixed by Bobby Tis and Brian Speiser
Mixed at Swamp Raga Studios (Jacksonville, FL)
Mastering by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering (Portland, ME)
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.