Everybody's Talkin' (Out Of Stock) by Tedeschi Trucks Band
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Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed
This live 11-song, 3LP set from the Tedeschi Trucks Band, featuring the husband and wife duo of Susan Tedeschi (singer/guitarist) and Derek Trucks (slide guitar), is entitled Everybody's Talkin' after the Harry Nilsson interpreted Fred Neil classic which is also included here, and was culled from the band's run of shows in October of 2011.
The thrilling release boasts explosive live takes on material from the band's Grammy-winning 2011 debut Revelator in "Midnight In Harlem," "Bound For Glory," "Learn How To Love," and "Love Has Something Else To Say," alongside homages to their wide range of influences with definitive interpretations of Stevie Wonder's "Uptight," Muddy Waters' "Rolllin' and Tumblin," Bill Withers' "Kissin' My Love," Joe Cocker's "Darlin' Be Home Soon," Bobby Bland's "That Did It," and the Staple Singers' "Wade In the Water."
1. Everybody's Talkin' (October 29, 2011 at Fairfield Theatre Company @ The Klein, Bridgeport, CT)
2. Midnight In Harlem (Swamp Raga intro with Little Martha) (October 25 & 29, 2011 at The Danforth Hall, Embrace Presents, Toronto, Ontario and Fairfield Theatre Company @ The Klein, Bridgeport, CT)
3. Rollin' and Tumblin' (October 28, 2011 at Warner Theatre, Washington DC)
4. Bound For Glory (October 28, 2011 at Warner Theatre, Washington DC)
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