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This album has a kind of religious feeling in it, maybe due the organ driven sound resembling little the tones of Arzachel. It is opened by a very beautiful melancholic chord progression, sad but still full of hope. The mellow hazy hymn slowly gains strength and leads to a more aggressive passage, resembling slightly tamer version of Van Der Graaf Generator's sound maybe. Backward running treatments and folk-oriented motives fit to the of first track, and the whirlpool deepens on "An Appointment with The Master" by march of descending melody harmonies, drawing the listener deeper to the depths of melancholia. Following "The Settlement Song" starts as a quiet hymn for an organ and a voice, transforming to slow guitar chord progressions. The oppressing basis of this song has different parts, constructing a powerful art rock suite. "Long Time Living" is another short ballad, melody sounding little like John Lennon composition. The duller parts start to emerge on the later pieces, sad slow mantras with hazy vocals, and some calm and acoustic marching shimmering with magnificent power. I think the music creates a solid entity pleasing fans of downer music, and it is quite serious and humorless. If you like melancholic British keyboard driven prog, then this might be a worth of checking out. I personally felt the album starting totally wonderfully, but during the spins grows less enthusiastic from its content. Somehow the wonderful elements of the album are not treated in most profitable manner, or there are some contrasts or ideas creating a powerful dramatic curve missing Review by Eetu Pellonpää from Prog Archives http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp...
Tedeschi Trucks Band - Live At Red Rocks (2012) HQ Full Concert
Tedeschi Trucks Band Live At Red Rocks Red Rocks Amphitheater - Morrison, Colorado Thursday, August 30, 2012
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01 - Introduction 00:00 02 - Everybody's Talkin' 01:24 03 - Don't Let Me Slide 07:08 04 - Rollin' and Tumblin' 13:18 05 - Isn't It a Pity 17:48 06 - Bound for Glory 23:34 07 - The Sky Is Crying 33:54 08 - Shelter 41:39 09 - Get What You Deserve 47:10 10 - Mahjoun 51:55 11 - Midnight In Harlem 56:02 12 - Learn How To Love 1:04:02 13 - That Did It 1:13:13 14 - Kissing My Love (Band Intros) 1:20:20 15 - Uptight (Everything's Alright) 1:27:02 16 - Jam 1:34:45 17 - Love Has Something Else To Say 1:38:38
Encore: 18 - Wade In The Water 1:50:30 20 - Give It Up Or Let Me Go 1:58:14
Band: Susan Tedeschi - guitar, vocals Derek Trucks - guitar Oteil Burbridge - bass, vocals Kofi Burbridge - keyboards, flute, vocals Tyler Greewell - drums J.J. Johnson - drums Mike Mattison - vocals Mark Rivers - vocals Kebbi Williams - trumpet Maurice Brown - saxophone Saunders Sermons - trombone