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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 12:09 PM
Anyone have any info on this? Somehow related to "Record Store Day"?
 
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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 12:40 PM
From RecordStoreDay.com

Derek Trucks Already Live EP - five previously unreleased live tracks from the 2008 tour


Release date of April 14, 2009 on Amazon (but no track listing).

[Edited on 3/23/2009 by jersey_devil]

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 12:45 PM
That site lists an April 18 date for a release. I have heard DTB was working on a release of some of the recordings they make at every show, so this makes sense... and is pretty exciting.

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 12:48 PM
Guess I answered my own question.

From Vintage Vinyl web site (record store in NJ)

Note- All Record Store Day exclusive products, listed below, are available only at Vintage Vinyl Records on April 18th, 2009. Any left over products will be available on the website. Visit us in person on Record Store Day to guarantee your ability to purchase these exclusives:

Already Live EP

Live performance is what made The Derek Trucks Band famous. Already Free is the newest album that proves the DTB is also an album-driven powerhouse. The Already Live EP includes 5 previously unreleased live tracks from the fall 2008 tour, beautifully recorded, mixed and mastered!

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1. I Know (4:55)
2. Get What You Deserve (4:12)
3. I Done Got Over (6:34)
4. I'll Find My Way (6:21)
5. My Favorite Things (17:31)

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 01:46 PM
wonder if they recorded those live tracks with tape, or at very least 24 bit digital audio. Wouldn't really be worth having if it was just like 16 bit 44.1 cd "quality". I would definetly want to get my hands on the EP if it turns out to be recorded in hi-fi/hi-def.

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 01:55 PM
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wonder if they recorded those live tracks with tape, or at very least 24 bit digital audio. Wouldn't really be worth having if it was just like 16 bit 44.1 cd "quality". I would definetly want to get my hands on the EP if it turns out to be recorded in hi-fi/hi-def.


Do you think it is going to be something other than a CD (which is by definition
16 bit 44.1)? I don't see it being released as a DVD-V/DVD-A or SACD.

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 05:04 PM
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wonder if they recorded those live tracks with tape, or at very least 24 bit digital audio. Wouldn't really be worth having if it was just like 16 bit 44.1 cd "quality". I would definetly want to get my hands on the EP if it turns out to be recorded in hi-fi/hi-def.


Do you think it is going to be something other than a CD (which is by definition
16 bit 44.1)? I don't see it being released as a DVD-V/DVD-A or SACD.


I thought it was only going to be on vinyl

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 05:50 PM

Most of the online sources list is as a CD, but vinyl would be interesting.

[Edited on 3/23/2009 by jersey_devil]

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 06:05 PM
where in jersey is that record store?
 

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where in jersey is that record store?


Fords, NJ
off of Rt 9

Its more toward the Menlo Park Mall but on the "Woodbridge Mall side"

 

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  posted on 3/23/2009 at 07:19 PM
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Fords, NJ
off of Rt 9

Its more toward the Menlo Park Mall but on the "Woodbridge Mall side"


Route 1 North side (not 9). Between Menlo Mall and Woodbridge Mall. Same
strip mall as the off track betting place.

http://www.vvinyl.com/

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  posted on 3/24/2009 at 08:58 AM
I have no idea whether the band intends to release CD or vinyl, but I these are not mediocre audience recordings, but multi-tracks directly from the soundboard, so they can re-mix or re-master very easily.

I guarantee that any venture engineered by Bobby Tis and Marty Wall with be nothing short of top-notch.

 

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  posted on 3/26/2009 at 12:24 AM
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I have no idea whether the band intends to release CD or vinyl, but I these are not mediocre audience recordings, but multi-tracks directly from the soundboard, so they can re-mix or re-master very easily.

I guarantee that any venture engineered by Bobby Tis and Marty Wall with be nothing short of top-notch.


My point is that is that if the recording is done digitally from a digital multitracker at CD quality, no matter what you do, it won't sound any better on vinyl so it would be a waste of time to buy an EP, or any recording issued on vinyl recorded at CD quality because it won't sound any better than a CD. Now if they recorded it at 24/192, or with 2" tape and 15ips (aka infite bitrate) then it would be different.

 

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  posted on 3/26/2009 at 09:46 PM
I see preorders for the CD on ebay already.
 

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  posted on 3/27/2009 at 01:22 AM
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I have no idea whether the band intends to release CD or vinyl, but I these are not mediocre audience recordings, but multi-tracks directly from the soundboard, so they can re-mix or re-master very easily.

I guarantee that any venture engineered by Bobby Tis and Marty Wall with be nothing short of top-notch.


My point is that is that if the recording is done digitally from a digital multitracker at CD quality, no matter what you do, it won't sound any better on vinyl so it would be a waste of time to buy an EP, or any recording issued on vinyl recorded at CD quality because it won't sound any better than a CD. Now if they recorded it at 24/192, or with 2" tape and 15ips (aka infite bitrate) then it would be different.


Knowing the DTB sound people, they would not record at mere CD quality

 

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  posted on 3/29/2009 at 11:02 PM
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Yeah I would think that too except I was disapointed to find out that Already Free was recorded with protools at 24/96. Still, thats much better than cd quality, but to put out a double LP and not record on 2"??? If its just a cd thats fine too, theres just this bogus thing with artists releasing LPs because people know its better sounding, but then studios just use a digital 16 bit master for the LP. I just want to hear the dTb in 3D!

 

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  posted on 4/1/2009 at 01:50 AM
its a Neve console, recorded to tape then tracked to pro tools...exact set up at the place i used to intern at (derek loved the set up at our place he did the toots song johnny coolman, said he couldnt wait till he had the money to get the neve)
 

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  posted on 4/7/2009 at 07:58 AM



For the full list of participating artists, and to find a participating store in your area, stop by www.RecordStoreDay.com.



 

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  posted on 4/15/2009 at 05:59 PM
picked mine up today at Newbury Comics in Mass $6.99

 

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  posted on 4/15/2009 at 06:06 PM
According to the back

Tracks 1, 3, 4, 5 recorded at Wilma Theatre September 17, 2008
http://www.archive.org/details/dtb2008-09-17.flac16

Track 2 recorded at LoberoTheatre in Santa Barbara September 21, 2008
no recording on Live Music Archive



TRACK LIST
1. I Know (4:55)
2. Get What You Deserve (4:12)
3. I Done Got Over (6:34)
4. I'll Find My Way (6:21)
5. My Favorite Things (17:31)


The project was recorded over two nights last September in Missoula, Montana and Santa Barbara, California. Every cut is a group effort with Yonrico Scott on drums and Todd Smallie on bass rolling out the rhythm bottom. The Mighty Mississippi River floats over top of its river bottom, and the DTB floats over top of its Scott-Smallie rhythm bottom. As for the rest of the band, Count M’Butu percolates his percussion throughout, Kofi Burbridge adds his melodic keyboards and flute and four out of the five songs features the soulful voice of Mike Mattison.

The EP starts off with a song from “Already Free” called “I Know.” “Down In The Flood” seems to be the song from that album that has been pushed to the front after its release, and rightly so. Yet, my favorite cut, by far, is “I Know,” a sweet Big Maybelle song reworked in a positive and rocking style. In his recent interview with Gritz Magazine, Mattison said of the number, “That’s a beautiful song. …..It is deceptive. It seems like it is very simple, but there is a lot going on in it. Those lyrics really speak to me, too. A very universal message.” For the last two minutes and forty seconds of the song, of course, we find Trucks taking advantage of the groove his band has built as he solos it on out with power and passion.

The next cut is a blues barn burner, “Get What You Deserve,” which is also found on the new album “Already Free.” Once again, with Mattison leading the way on vocals, the band keeps it upbeat and rocking. The next cut keeps the groove firmly in the blues vein with the mid-tempo “I Done Got Over,” a song recorded by Muddy Waters and others. Burbridge steps up with some barrelhouse piano that Big Joe Duskin would have been proud of. Next is a rolling workout from the “Songlines” album called “I’ll Find My Way.” Once again, another uptempo song that keeps the positive groove moving along.

The EP ends with a concert favorite, a 17-minute version of “My Favorite Things.” This is where Trucks gets to pay homage to the jazz greats who preceded him in the musical timeline, specifically John Coltrane who’s version of the tune made history. It starts out with M’Butu’s percussion setting the mood, and then an open jazz groove sets the stage for the improvisation to come. The melody is brilliant and unmistakable. Trucks shows why he is unselfish with his music, allowing his band to expand on the theme. Burbridge does double duty with solos on keyboard and flute, and then Trucks does his thing, including throwing out some nasty free jazz guttural utterances from deep within his electric guitar that puts the stank on it.

The history of the song “My Favorite Things” is fascinating. It was written for the Broadway show “Sound Of Music” by Richard Rogers, who wrote the music, and Oscar Hammerstein II, who wrote the words. After achieving success on Broadway, Julie Andrews made the song even more famous in the movie version of the play. Then, the legendary Coltrane took this Rogers melody and created one of the most beloved instrumental jazz pieces of all time. There was a wonderful biography on PBS a while back about Rogers and in footage filmed before he died he told the interviewer that new music didn’t come to him in a flash of brilliance, but that he had to sit down at the piano and work at creating his new sounds. Once created after hours spent at Rogers’ piano a half a century ago, the trail of this melody eventually leads to one of the best rock musicians in the world making it his own with an electric guitar.

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  posted on 4/16/2009 at 05:14 AM
I couldn't get to Newbury Comis last night. Going tonight after work. Hope they still have one available!

 

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  posted on 4/16/2009 at 05:18 AM
My Amazon acct info, (I pre-ordered) says that my copy is due to arrive at my Home on 4/17

 

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  posted on 4/16/2009 at 07:23 AM
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I couldn't get to Newbury Comis last night. Going tonight after work. Hope they still have one available!


should have picked you up one. Sorry. You walk in the door and go straight. Right in front of the Classical is the bin saying new this week. Bottom right

 

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  posted on 4/16/2009 at 07:54 AM
Umm.. I thought this wasnt release till the 18th.

Did I miss something?

 

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  posted on 4/16/2009 at 11:11 AM
N1TRW - This is a cd correct? ive looked places and cant seem to really find an answer

 

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