Tedeschi Trucks Band: Everybody’s Talkin’ Review

Missed the Tedeschi Trucks Band on their last tour? Everybody’s Talkin’ is the second album from the Tedeschi Trucks Band and it gives fans the opportunity to experience the live sounds of the Tedeschi Trucks Band!

The eleven piece band features Derek Trucks on guitar and Susan Tedeschi on vocals and guitar. There is no one star in this band as they are all world class musicians. An all star band is formed with bluesy bass lines from Oteil Burbridge, dynamic keys and flute from Kofi Burbridge, whaling horn sounds from Kebbi Williams on saxophone, Maurice Brown on Trumpet, Saunders Sermons on trombone and soulful backup vocals from Mike Mattison and Mark Rivers.

The album consists of songs from the band’s first album, Revelator, including hits such as “Bound for Glory,” “Midnight in Harlem,” and “Learn How to Love.” But these tunes aren’t played just like they’re heard on Revelator. There’s a certain extra-gritty, high energy, soulful quality to the songs with extra solos and a cheering crowd in the background. The album also includes covers that demonstrate the band’s diverse influences from Stevie Wonder to Muddy Waters.

This two-disc live album is an excellent second album for the band. The Tedeschi Trucks Band live is something every fan should experience and this album gives that chance!

The Review: 9.5/10

Can’t Miss Tracks

– Midnight In Harlem
– Learn to Love
– Bound for Glory
– Rollin’ and Tumblin’
– Uptight

The Big Hit

– Bound for Glory

Review by Liz Lohnes

Buy the album: Amazon | iTunes

Pete Francis

Pete Francis is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Blues Rock Review. Pete founded Blues Rock Review in 2010 because he felt there was a major void in how the blues rock genre was covered. Pete is the host of Blues Rock Weekly and a co-host on the Blues Rock Show.

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