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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 06:34 AM
great show at the Beacon last night. Leon Russell opened and he was just alot of fun and spun some great tales about the old days. He talked about meeting Dylan and then played A Hard Rains Gonna Fall. He sang some new stuff but also played Delta Lady, Wild Horses, a Beatles Tune a BB King song and closed with some old rock and roll Goodness Gracious Great Balls of Fire.

Derek and Susan opened with Everybodys Talkin at Me. Susan was amazing-the best i have heard her voice and the band was having a blast. Derek was of course Derek, O'Teill was dancing all night long. Leon Russell came out for 2 tunes. I cannot repeat the set list.

Anyone else there? What did you think. To me, having seen them about a year ago, the band was just SO MUCH BETTER and Susan is becoming a star!!!

 
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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 07:02 AM
I really loved this show.Encore was The Sky is Crying,in the middle" Why don't we do it in the Road?", best trumpet I have heard live,Susan's guitar and vocals keep getting better and better!
Can't wait until tonight.(Am going to post an extra on Spare Ticket forum now)

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 08:14 AM
Wow! What a band! Kicking on all cylinders! Great show!
I dig this band!
Eric Krasno clicked nicely with Derek. Maybe future third guitarist?

Looking forward to hearing the recording.
It's on e-tree here: http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=558733

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Tedeschi Trucks Band
2012-09-20
Beacon Theater
New York, NY

1 Set

Tracks:
01. Intro
02. Everybody's Talkin' At Me
03. Don't Let Me Slide
04. Rollin' and Tumblin'
05. Darling Be Home Soon w/Leon Russell on piano
06. Space Captain w/Leon Russell on piano
07. Midnight In Harlem
08. Learn How To Love w/Eric Krasno on guitar
09. These Walls w/Eric Krasno on guitar
10. Bound For Glory
11. Get What You Deserve
12. That Did It
13. Band Intros-Stevie Groove w/Eric Krasno on guitar
14. Uptight> w/Eric Krasno on guitar
15. Bass>Drums
16. Love Has Something Else To Say
17. E: Wade In The Water
18. The Sky Is Crying
Recorded and seeded by Yossi Pollak







[Edited on 9/21/2012 by ooogie]

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 09:34 AM
Loved the show last night. Leon Russell and Eric Krasno sitting in for two songs each gave the evening an old fashioned Beacon feel. Crowd was totally into what was happening on stage the whole evening. This 11 piece monster is getting better and better.
 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 09:51 AM
Loved the show last night, the band performing live is so much better then listening to Revelator, I like Revelator a lot. Derek was his usual, The band has so much fun on stage. Susan is rapidly becoming one of my favorites... Eric Krasno has a cool sound to his guitar playing.

Highlights for me was the opening song Everybody's Talking, Midnight In Harlem and loved don't let me slide. Can't wait to see the future of this band...

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 11:23 AM
Amazing show last night, the horns section smoked. No one has more fun at a concert than Oteil who danced barefoot for most of the night. The band backing up Leon Russell was really, really good. A good time was had by all
 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 11:25 AM
These Walls is one of my favorite tunes on Revolator - glad they played it live. can't wait to hear it.
 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 11:27 AM
Great reviews. Can't wait to see them!! They usually play here in Jacksonville around New Years!!

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 11:55 AM
Hell of a show. Krasno really killed it and I couldn't get over Oteil's dancing, which was more energetic than any of the other 50-odd shows I've seen him in. Susan took a couple of kickass solos on Rollin' and Tumblin' and Get What You Deserve. The band has grown and developed a lot, and even though there's a ton of energy when all 11 people are playing, there are also a lot of cool shifts where only one or two musicians are playing or maybe four or five or six will play in different combinations. It's very cool.

And on that end maybe my favorite part of the show was Wade in the Water: they do a great version on their own, but this time Derek and Kofi dropped in a short jam on Frisell from the end of the dTb's Joyful Noise album. I love that one and they almost never played it, so I never would've expected it here and it was a very cool fit inside of Wade in the Water. And while Derek and Kofi were playing Frisell, Oteil was playing around with the bass part from The Ghetto.

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 12:38 PM
I was there last night too.

Leon was the clearest he's been in years. I think surgery for his chronic CSF leak (after motorcycle accident in the 1970's) finally worked on about the 5th attempt and he's probably no longer addicted to painkillers.

re: TTB while I agree with most of what was said here; but I still find the sum less than the parts. Derek's role in the band is like the Yankees batting Mickey Mantle 7th or 8th vs the 3rd or 4th he was in DTB. Just one man's opinion - but still a good show

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 12:46 PM
i enjoyed the show a lot as well but agree with the previous comment about derek being under utilized in this band....derek is the star and the reason i go to see the band and i would like to see him take more solos and be less democratic in terms of who solos etc...in an 11 man band it is tough to feature any one performer and although the band shines and they are all talented,derek is the special talent and should be featured more...just one mans opinion!
 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 01:15 PM
I dont see how anyone can possibly think Derek isnt taking enough solos. Practically every song featured a Derek solo in it, even when it wasnt necessary. I find more of an issue with putting a solo where it doesnt belong rather than not taking enough. He had plenty and the rest of the band is incredible. I've thought that since I saw the Beacon show last year. They were just as good then and they have a ton of fun onstage. Derek and Oteil seem to enjoy themselves more at TTB shows than ABB shows as of late. Sure they still need to stretch out the repertoire a bit more, but thatll come with time. Their rendition of The Sky is Crying was probably my favorite cover of the night.

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 01:27 PM
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Practically every song featured a Derek solo in it, even when it wasnt necessary. I find more of an issue with putting a solo where it doesnt belong rather than not taking enough.


One of my many issues as well.....The shows I've attended have reminded me of Rembrandt trying to add to a "paint by numbers" schematic...

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 01:49 PM
were there disgruntled DTB fans protesting outside the beacon ?
 

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I dont see how anyone can possibly think Derek isnt taking enough solos. Practically every song featured a Derek solo in it

Yup. I remember in the old days Kofi talked about trying to do a song where nobody solos - revolutionary idea! Derek probably did solo on every song last night. And there was some especially great jamming between Derek and Krasno on Learn How to Love.

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 03:47 PM
For any of you that were there last night, what time did they hit the stage? Thanks!
 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 04:02 PM
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For any of you that were there last night, what time did they hit the stage? Thanks!


Leon started promptly at 8 - played till nine. TTB came on at 9:30 and played till almost 11:30 (no breaks)

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 04:06 PM
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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 04:17 PM
thanks for the report and set list
 
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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 04:52 PM
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For any of you that were there last night, what time did they hit the stage? Thanks!

On 09:30-ish
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Practically every song featured a Derek solo in it, even when it wasnt necessary. I find more of an issue with putting a solo where it doesnt belong rather than not taking enough.


One of my many issues as well.....The shows I've attended have reminded me of Rembrandt trying to add to a "paint by numbers" schematic...


i agree. i haven't seen ttb live yet but i did get that from Revelator and imagine it's worse live. it can seem obligatory sometimes.

i think its normal to have an expectation of derek's role in the new band, some folks are being caught of guard and coming back from shows a bit disappointed in that their expectations were not met. to be expected for sure.


If you have not seen them live, do you have any of their live recordings (apart from Everybody's Talking)? I may not care for the band, but I would be happy to hook you up some a couple of the live audio and videos that circulate.

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 08:24 PM
Thanks for the updates everybody! Sounds like a good show.

I'm happy to see Eric Krasno in the mix, seems like it has been a while since he played with Derek. With the possible exception of Jimmy Herring, nobody has better "musical chemistry" with Derek than Krasno, in my opinion. Every time I've seen them play together has been an amazing experience.

For my money, Kraz is the real thing. Probably my second favorite active guitarist after Derek. My favorite project of his is Lettuce, but I enjoy everything he does to some degree. The Dr. Klaw show I saw at Jazz Fest was absolutely sick, some of the best funk I have ever heard.

I'll be downloading this show for sure

 
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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 10:01 PM
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Well I AM going to be in NYC tomorrow ..




No where near the Beacon though

 

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  posted on 9/21/2012 at 10:31 PM
So, Derek is not prominent enough in the TTB on the one hand, yet on the other he is playing too much by taking a solo In every song.
 

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  posted on 9/22/2012 at 08:03 AM
Another great show Friday night! I'm so glad I bought tickets when the first two shows went on sale and was able to attend both! I just had that hunch to buy for and go to both shows.

It almost was a different show from the night before with the set list not being static and other guest musicians.
Like mentioned earlier it had a little feel of the ABB at the Beacon with different guest showing up each night!

Great set list change!
They didn't play again 'Everybody's Talking' which I wouldn't have mind hearing again. They haven't even played 'Coming Home' yet.
Cool that Mike Mattison got to step up front and sing lead on two tunes.
I wasn't familiar with some played. Track 12 with Bill Evans was Miles Davis-ish.
Loved the funk on keys in the middle of Bound For Glory.
'Take You Higher' was like a speeding freight train!

And Derek Trucks guitar parts were wonderful. Some leads were blistering!

The pace of the show on Thursday to me was better.

Susan is fired up and shining so bright at these shows. When she's singing a ballad she commands the stage and holds the audience.
You didn't hear the constant background chattering and yakking like you do when the ABB play a soft blues at the Beacon. Very sit-back mature crowd both nights but totally absorbed and appreciative!

A GREAT two nights!


Torrenting on etree here: http://bt.etree.org/details.php?id=558747
Thanks very much to taper 'Freddie G' for the share!!

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Beacon Theater
New York NY
2012-09-21

Source: Microtech Gefel 200>Aeta PSP3>Marantz PMD 620 1st Row Lower Balcony left center off Left Stack
Transfer:Marantz PMD 620>PC>CD Wave>Traders Little Helper>Flac (Level 8)
Taper: Freddie G
Transfered: Freddie G

01. Wah Wah
02. Rollin & Tumblin
03. Dont Let Me Slide
04. Until You Remember
05. Bound For Glory
06. Ball & Chain *
07. 300 Pounds of Heavenly Joy *
08. Have You No Shame *
09. I Know
10. Little Martha >
11. Midnight In Harlem
12. Garvey's Ghost **
13. Uptight
14. Drums / Bass
15. Introz Jam
16. That Did It
17. Get What You Deserve

ENC:

18. Nobody's Free **
19. Sing A Simple Song
20. I Want To Take You Higher

* with Oliver Wood
** with Bill Evans

[Edited on 9/23/2012 by ooogie]

 

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