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  posted on 5/15/2013 at 01:34 PM
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Made Up Mind: the new album from Tedeschi Trucks Band. Coming soon!

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  posted on 5/15/2013 at 01:44 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-h8X7uoliM

 

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  posted on 5/15/2013 at 02:37 PM
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CFYAT6O/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?ie=UTF8&p sc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

 

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  posted on 5/16/2013 at 12:44 AM
I will for sure get it. Great band...

 

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  posted on 5/16/2013 at 01:00 AM
I like the new tunes I've heard so far

 

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  posted on 5/19/2013 at 05:40 PM
Just preordered the CD and LP! August can't come soon enough

 

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  posted on 6/2/2013 at 03:11 PM
Very symbolic for the Tedeschi Trainwreck Band if you ask me

 

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  posted on 6/25/2013 at 08:19 AM
the lyrics to the title track of this new album should go like this -
"I've got a made up mind,
to leave Eric and Wharfy behind,
because they're just mean and unkind,
Oh, I've got a made up mind"
enter killer solo by the legendary Derek Trucks next.

Sorry guys, you are just too mean and nasty in your posts.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2013 at 12:23 AM
It's still weird to me to see Derek devoted to a poppy (for lack of a better word) project as his main bag. I recall several interviews from the pre Songlines days where he talks about their conscious effort to stay left of center and saying that its not about reaching everyone but really getting thru to the handful of people who really get or appreciate the music. I honestly tried to dig this band, they are immensely talented and I've enjoyed them when seeing them live, but hearing Revelator played over a mall PA as Muzak and reading that interview where Derek said something along the lines of creating this band so Susan could get her Grammy were the final straws for me. I would still pay to see this band at a reasonably priced intimate venue, but I'll skip on buying the albums and the amphitheater shows. More power to Derek for evolving and reaching a larger audience, not to mention bringing in some big bucks for the future of his children but I sorely miss the Derek Trucks that played Jazz standards and didn't care about winning Grammy's

 

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  posted on 6/27/2013 at 10:21 AM
It is interesting to compare the TTB with Ritchie Blackmore's project, Blackmore's Night. Both feature a guitarist who made a name for himself by playing a certain kind of music, but then turned to do a different music he said he really preferred to do, involving his wife at the helm, to the dismay of some hard-core fans and the delight of others.

I guess the difference is that the TTB is more commercially successful than Blackmore's Night, but I disagree with the idea that Derek is doing this for the cash. While the TTB seems to play some larger places, they also play MANY of the same venues that the DTB did, and he has more people to pay with this band. I don't see the TTB as any poppier than "Already Free" was.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2013 at 11:01 AM
I don't believe that this is for the cash, I see how someone could get that from my post though, Ithink more than anything Derek was just a little burned out on playing with the same group for almost 20 years. I believe the main factor was Derek and Susan being able to spend more time together and having more time together with their children which I cannot fault them for. Do I miss DTB? Hell yeah, but it would be selfish of me to constantly whine and cry about it and claim that Derek is doing this just to appease his domineering wife. I love Susan's music and I love Derek's music, but for some reason I'd prefer to hear them separately, go figure. I agree with you Jim that Already Free was just as poppy or more so than TTB, I just couldn't find a better term to describe the music. I'll try and see the band this summer to hear some of the new tunes, but I doubt I'll buy the album.
I constantly remind myself that Derek is only 34 and he has his whole life to do whatever avant garde fusion stuff to appease the diehards, so I'm not gonna bash his wife for "breaking up the band", Derek is doing what he loves with who he loves and getting to see his children more than his old bag allowed, not to mention bringing some recognition to a solid horn section, so I'm happy for him.

[Edited on 6/27/2013 by lukester420]

 

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  posted on 6/27/2013 at 12:59 PM
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I don't believe that this is for the cash, I see how someone could get that from my post though, Ithink more than anything Derek was just a little burned out on playing with the same group for almost 20 years. I believe the main factor was Derek and Susan being able to spend more time together and having more time together with their children which I cannot fault them for. Do I miss DTB? Hell yeah, but it would be selfish of me to constantly whine and cry about it and claim that Derek is doing this just to appease his domineering wife. I love Susan's music and I love Derek's music, but for some reason I'd prefer to hear them separately, go figure. I agree with you Jim that Already Free was just as poppy or more so than TTB, I just couldn't find a better term to describe the music. I'll try and see the band this summer to hear some of the new tunes, but I doubt I'll buy the album.
I constantly remind myself that Derek is only 34 and he has his whole life to do whatever avant garde fusion stuff to appease the diehards, so I'm not gonna bash his wife for "breaking up the band", Derek is doing what he loves with who he loves and getting to see his children more than his old bag allowed, not to mention bringing some recognition to a solid horn section, so I'm happy for him.

[Edited on 6/27/2013 by lukester420]


I agree with you 100% on all counts. The perception of a cash grab may have to do with the high ticket prices, compared to the DTB or STB. Although part of the difference has to be the number of band members, I have heard from more than one source that the fee to book the band was on the rise well before TTB was formed.

 

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  posted on 7/1/2013 at 02:56 PM
Yeah, If Derek was out to make the big bucks he wouldn't have a what, 11-12 piece band? He would still be touring with Clapton, or he would record an album with John Mayer or something. I seriously hope that the latter never happens

 

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  posted on 7/1/2013 at 03:01 PM
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I believe the main factor was Derek and Susan being able to spend more time together and having more time together with their children which I cannot fault them for. Do I miss DTB? Hell yeah.. I love Susan's music and I love Derek's music, but for some reason I'd prefer to hear them separately, go figure.


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  posted on 7/2/2013 at 06:07 AM
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enter killer solo by the legendary Derek Trucks next.


Pretty obvious he isn't allowed to do that anymore

 

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  posted on 7/2/2013 at 06:07 AM
Except with the ABB of course

 

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  posted on 7/2/2013 at 12:05 PM
What can I say. Derek is awesome with whatever he touches. With ABB, DTB, & yes TTB - my opinion.
BTW, I loved DTB while it lasted.
Those of you who don't like TTB, your opinion is respected but I can't understand why you would pine over something that is never going to come back and something that you actually have NO CONTROL over.


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  posted on 7/2/2013 at 11:15 PM
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What can I say. Derek is awesome with whatever he touches. With ABB, DTB, & yes TTB - my opinion.
BTW, I loved DTB while it lasted.
Those of you who don't like TTB, your opinion is respected but I can't understand why you would pine over something that is never going to come back and something that you actually have NO CONTROL over.


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I wouldn't completely write off the possibility of the DTB doing a couple one offs or maybe one small tour, that may be wishful thinking on my part but I wouldn't use the word never. I pine over it because the music that band made because it drastically changed my life and the way I approach music. I respect your opinion just as you respect mine, I'm not gonna thumb my nose at people who like TTB. When I meet people who love the TTB but are not familiar with DTB, I suggest some DTB listening but I don't try to tell them that TTB isn't worth listening too. But I'll tell ya what, I have ALL the control. One phone call to Derek and BAM Susan Tedeschi-Trucks is back to just Susan Tedeschi. Who do you think was responsible for Bill McKay leaving the band?
This guy right here

 

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  posted on 7/3/2013 at 08:45 AM
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What can I say. Derek is awesome with whatever he touches. With ABB, DTB, & yes TTB - my opinion.
BTW, I loved DTB while it lasted.
Those of you who don't like TTB, your opinion is respected but I can't understand why you would pine over something that is never going to come back and something that you actually have NO CONTROL over.


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I wouldn't completely write off the possibility of the DTB doing a couple one offs or maybe one small tour, that may be wishful thinking on my part but I wouldn't use the word never. I pine over it because the music that band made because it drastically changed my life and the way I approach music. I respect your opinion just as you respect mine, I'm not gonna thumb my nose at people who like TTB. When I meet people who love the TTB but are not familiar with DTB, I suggest some DTB listening but I don't try to tell them that TTB isn't worth listening too. But I'll tell ya what, I have ALL the control. One phone call to Derek and BAM Susan Tedeschi-Trucks is back to just Susan Tedeschi. Who do you think was responsible for Bill McKay leaving the band?
This guy right here


Your opinion is also respected. I personally love the longer leads - the more Derek the better. Love the jazzy stuff as much as the next guy. Vocally though, my preference is Susan over Mike, that's just my preference. But I would never start bashing a performer's vocals, etc. the way some of the people here have bashed Susan. It's childish and ridiculous. Change is always going to happen. Who knows where Derek and Susan will be musically down the road. I suspect I will always be a fan of both.

 

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  posted on 7/4/2013 at 09:03 AM
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Your opinion is also respected. I personally love the longer leads - the more Derek the better. Love the jazzy stuff as much as the next guy. Vocally though, my preference is Susan over Mike, that's just my preference. But I would never start bashing a performer's vocals, etc. the way some of the people here have bashed Susan. It's childish and ridiculous. Change is always going to happen. Who knows where Derek and Susan will be musically down the road. I suspect I will always be a fan of both.

I don't know if I'd put Mike over Susan vocally, but he is also one of my favorites, I do remember him getting bashed occasionally on this board (not saying that you did any of the bashing) for being too "breathy" or over exaggerating his falsetto. I really enjoyed Susan's Back to The River album, I don't know why I couldn't get into Revelator, probably just my own stubbornness, guitar fixation, and denial over the DTB split. I'll give Made Up Mind a try if any of the tunes strike me hard enough when I see them live. I'll always enjoy seeing this band live, it's hard not to but the albums maybe a different story, only time will tell.

 

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  posted on 8/3/2013 at 03:36 PM
rumor of a studio session with Derek, Jimmy, Oteil, & Kofi with rotating cast of guest drummers (deitch, Cobham, evans) and horn players stretching out on some jazz tunes.

I'm way in on that.

 

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  posted on 8/5/2013 at 01:56 PM
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rumor of a studio session with Derek, Jimmy, Oteil, & Kofi with rotating cast of guest drummers (deitch, Cobham, evans) and horn players stretching out on some jazz tunes.

I'm way in on that.

When is that supposed to have happened? That's not what the new songs sound like and I am having trouble picturing Derek and Oteil jamming after Oteil left the band.

 

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  posted on 8/6/2013 at 01:02 PM
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rumor of a studio session with Derek, Jimmy, Oteil, & Kofi with rotating cast of guest drummers (deitch, Cobham, evans) and horn players stretching out on some jazz tunes.

I'm way in on that.


I have made up my mind that this sounds way more interesting than Made Up Mind.

 

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rumor of a studio session with Derek, Jimmy, Oteil, & Kofi with rotating cast of guest drummers (deitch, Cobham, evans) and horn players stretching out on some jazz tunes.

I'm way in on that.

When is that supposed to have happened? That's not what the new songs sound like and I am having trouble picturing Derek and Oteil jamming after Oteil left the band.


In the future. Only rumor, speculation and conjecture based on public sound bytes and 2nd hand private tour bus conversations. I can see how it could happen at some point as a one off studio session. Maybe the core would only be DT & jimmy with a rotating cast of players. Fingers crossed.

 

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  posted on 8/7/2013 at 03:13 PM
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It's still weird to me to see Derek devoted to a poppy (for lack of a better word) project as his main bag. I recall several interviews from the pre Songlines days where he talks about their conscious effort to stay left of center and saying that its not about reaching everyone but really getting thru to the handful of people who really get or appreciate the music. I honestly tried to dig this band, they are immensely talented and I've enjoyed them when seeing them live, but hearing Revelator played over a mall PA as Muzak and reading that interview where Derek said something along the lines of creating this band so Susan could get her Grammy were the final straws for me. I would still pay to see this band at a reasonably priced intimate venue, but I'll skip on buying the albums and the amphitheater shows. More power to Derek for evolving and reaching a larger audience, not to mention bringing in some big bucks for the future of his children but I sorely miss the Derek Trucks that played Jazz standards and didn't care about winning Grammy's


Preachin' the Gospel. I've thought for a long while that Derek was doing this for his wife and children. No problem, a self-less act and one to be respected. But I too miss the creative roots monster the dtb had become....

And yes I will be buying this.... How else will I know?

 

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