Tedeschi Trucks Band – Everybody’s Talkin’ (2012) [HDTracks FLAC 24bit/88,2kHz]

Tedeschi Trucks Band – Everybody’s Talkin’ (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/48 kHz | Time – 106:22 minutes | 1,3 GB | Genre: Rock
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Everybody’s Talkin’ is the energy-packed sophomore album by the Tedeschi Trucks Band. It follows their GRAMMY Award-winning debut album, Revelator. This innovative blend of originals and spirited covers of rock, R&B and gospel classics captures the group’s roots-rich musical essence. Derek Trucks and TTB bandmate Oteil Burbridge recently were honored with a GRAMMY® Lifetime Achievement Award for their membership in The Allman Brothers Band. Standouts include Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight,” Bill Withers “Love Has Something Else To Say (with Kissing My Love)” and Joe Cocker’s “Darling Be Home Soon.” It reached #2 on Billboard’s Top Blues Albums.

The Tedeschi Trucks Band is an 11-piece ensemble made up of guitarist-vocalist Susan Tedeschi’s and guitarist Derek Trucks’ individual bands. They made their debut with 2011’s Grammy-winning Revelator, a sprawling collection that showcased funky R&B, gospel, blues, and scorching large band rock. Everybody’s Talkin’, a double disc, is a live offering from that supporting tour. Produced by Trucks, it includes live versions of some album tracks and six beautifully chosen covers; all its tunes are given extended, imaginatively arranged treatments. It’s an unusual live record because its balance of sonic precision and stage-born kinetics is perfect — this band transitions seamlessly between R&B, blues, rock, gospel, and jazz. These performances never succumb to mere jam band clichés. On disc one, “Midnight in Harlem” is introduced by a mini raga played as a slide solo by Trucks. The band enters gradually, and Tedeschi’s soulful vocal carries them all the way in. (Tedeschi is revealed, song after song — far beyond her solo records or even Revelator — to be among the truly great singers in modern blues and rock; by turns graceful and grainy, her expression reaches the spiritual in execution.) At over 11 minutes, the interplay between guitarists, Mike Mattison’s backing vocals, keyboards, and rhythm section are impeccable. Things get rowdier on “Learn How to Love,” with nasty guitar work by Tedeschi, and a burning tenor sax solo by Kebbi Williams. The horn section really pops in “Bound for Glory”; the exchange between the Burbridge brothers on bass and keys, with drummers Tyler Greenwell and J.J. Johnson, adds a knotty improv bridge where deep funk and blues grind together. The disc closes with an astonishing reading of John Sebastian’s “Darlin” Be Home Soon.” With horns tastefully accenting and underscoring lead vocals, Trucks’ slide solo stays melodically true, yet moves through the band’s shimmering groove into the stratosphere (and he does this throughout this album, over and over again, helping to elevate not only the tune, but the sense of groove, space, and texture). Disc two contains only four cuts but they’re all gems: Pearl Woods’ “That Did It” (a Bobby “Blue” Bland vehicle) is a down and gritty strut, with excellent, in-the-grain guitar work by Tedeschi. Stevie Wonder’s “Uptight” is a 15-minute soul rave-up with a beautiful jazz interlude and scat singing from Oteil Burbridge in its middle, followed by a wonderfully imagined slide solo by Trucks. It’s followed by the deep, horn-driven, wah-wah funk of “Love Has Something Else to Say” before closing with a stirring read of Sam Cooke’s “Wade in the Water.” It’s a spooky gospel-blues with gorgeous alternate lead vocals by Mark Rivers and Tedeschi. Everybody’s Talkin’ is what every live album should be: an accurate, exciting reflection of a band at its peak, playing full-throttle and providing plenty of surprises.

Tracklist:
01 – Everybody’s Talkin’
02 – Midnight In Harlem (Swamp Raga intro with Little Martha)
03 – Learn How to Love
04 – Bound For Glory
05 – Rollin’ and Tumblin’
06 – Nobody’s Free
07 – Darling Be Home Soon
08 – That Did It
09 – Uptight
10 – Love Has Something Else To Say (with Kissing My Love)
11 – Wade in the Water

Produced by Derek Trucks. Mixed by Jim Scott. Mastered by Bob Ludwig.

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

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