Let Me Get By (Deluxe Edition) Tedeschi Trucks Band
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- 2Laugh About It05:06
- 3Don't Know What It Means06:00
- 4Right On Time04:34
- 5Let Me Get By04:25
- 6Just As Strange03:41
- 7Crying Over You / Swamp Raga For Hozapfel, Lefebvre, Flute And Harmonium08:03
- 8Hear Me04:33
- 9I Want More07:19
- 10In Every Heart06:18
- 11Hear Me (Alternate Mix)04:34
- 12In Every Heart (Alternate Mix)06:35
- 13Oh! You Pretty Things03:02
- 14Just As Strange (Alternate Mix)02:35
- 15Satie Groove04:04
- 16Laugh About It (Live At The Beacon Theatre)05:32
- 17I Pity The Fool (Live At The Beacon Theatre)06:51
- 18Keep On Growing (Live At The Beacon Theatre)09:36
Info for Let Me Get By (Deluxe Edition)
Let Me Get By features ten new, original songs that together stand as a testament to the hard work, independent spirit, and full-on commitment of the entire Tedeschi Trucks Band. The album’s artwork—a Mongolian golden eagle pictured a moment after flying from its handler’s glove—and even the album title itself reflect the sense of total dedication that serves as the driving force behind this recording. From that wellspring of dedication come the most powerful TTB recordings yet. Some songs you may have heard on stage in 2015, and some others that were deliberately held back for this occasion. Susan’s vocals and Derek’s guitar soar, tumble and glide through each song, as powerful as ever, even in the album’s most understated moments.
Let Me Get By is an album of firsts – in addition to being the first TTB record Derek produced on his own (with the contribution of Doyle Bramhall II performing/co-producing on three tracks), and the first on which he and Susan co-wrote all the songs within the TTB family, it’s Derek’s first album since his 15-year run as a member of the Allman Brothers concluded when the group disbanded last year, providing time for Derek and engineer Bobby Tis to spend countless hours in the studio honing the sounds and arrangements for this album. It’s also the first lead vocals on a TTB album for Mike Mattison, whose songwriting and harmonies have always been one of the defining features of the band’s albums. Finally, it’s the first album with Tim Lefebvre on board, whose deeply propulsive bass lines drive the rhythm section in exciting new directions on record.
Each and every member of the band contributed in the recording process: there’s Kofi’s melodic keyboard wizardry, the perpetually locked-in drums and percussion of J.J. and Tyler, the always-punctual horn lines from Kebbi, Maurice and Saunders, and the rich blend of the harmony vocals from Mike, Mark and Alecia. Each individual personality has a chance to shine on Let Me Get By—even the crickets behind the studio lent their voices to the album, firmly connecting the band’s music to the Jacksonville swamps from which it emerged.
In addition to the standard album release, we’re offering a special, 2-Disc deluxe version of Let Me Get By including an 8-track bonus disc featuring live recordings from the legendary Beacon Theatre in New York, alternate mixes, early song takes and additional studio material, along with an expanded booklet containing exclusive studio and live photos, all housed in a custom-designed vintage amp box. The deluxe version is available in both physical and digital forms, so no matter where you get it, you won’t be missing out on one note of music.
Recorded and Mixed by Bobby Tis
Mastered 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.