|Artist||Derek Trucks Band|
|Show||Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi's Soul Stew Revival - 12/31/08 - Atlanta (AKG 481)|
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|Description||Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi's Soul Stew Revival|
31 December 2008
The Fox Theatre
Source: AKG 480/ck61 (DIN) > Segue silver XLR > Edirol R-44 (24/48)
Location: clamped to balcony rail, DFC
Transfer: R-44 > iMac. Tracked and dithered via Sound Studio, FLAC via xACT
Recorded by Alex Leary
01. Kirk West intro >
02. Talking About
03. 700 Houses
04. Down in the Flood
06. Can't Sleep at Night
07. Days is Almost Gone
08. Glad You're Gone
09. Already Free
10. Meet Me at the Bottom
11. Chicken Robber
12. Gonna Write Him a Letter
03. Kirk's New Year's countdown > Auld Lang Syne >
04. I've Got a Feeling >
05. She Came In Through the Bathroom Window
06. Space Captain
07. E: Hercules
08. Hey Jude
09. crowd/outtro music
-- Sun Ra Arkestra opened
|Type||Derek Trucks Band|
|Last seeder||Last activity 83 days, 10:58:39 ago|
|Size||731.07 MB (766581988 Bytes)|
|Num files||23 files|
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|nice, I have been waiting for a seed of these shows.
|Thanks a lot, Alex. There is another version on DIME - just a heads up, "mulezone".
|Thanks and Happy New Year!!!
|Thanks Alex! Sorry we missed it this year but you make it possible! Happy 2009! Hope to see you at Wanee 2009!
|BTW, the alternate version on Dime has the following list of band members :
Derek Trucks (Guitar)
Kofi Burbridge (Keyboards, Flute & Vocals)
Todd Smallie (Bass & Vocals)
Yonrico Scott (Drums & Vocals)
Mike Mattison (Lead Vocals)
Count M'Butu (Congas & Percussion)
Susan Tedeschi (Guitar & Vocals)
Duane Trucks (Second Drumkit)
Mace Hibbard (Saxophone)
Kevin Hyde (Trombone)
Paul Garrett (Trumpet)
Just in case ;-)
|Great recording, as usual. Thanks so much for this!
|As per usual: http://www.archive.org/details/dtb2008-12-31.akg480.flac16
|First off, many thanks for taping and sharing. I have already listened to your source on Archive and have dowloaded it as well. Thanks!
Second, I was at the show and to my knowledge "Get Out of My Life" (some label it "Get Out of My Life Woman"; listen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG0g7VMYa5Q) was not played.
Rather, "Glad You're Gone" was played in that spot.
I know the two have been paired together on multiple instances. (see: http://www.archive.org/details/dtb2008-08-03.akg480.flac16)
|thanks for pointing that out. There does seem to be some confusion. Can someone weigh in? Would be easy enough to listen to the song on archive. I cannot find lyrics on Web.
|I have noticed confusion with the songs, too. I think part of that comes from them having been played together several times, at least from what I can tell (whatever that is worth :) )
The lyrics to "Get Out of My Life Woman" as performed by Soul Stew Revival match up to those of the same song by Allen Toussaint.
I have looked for lyrics to "Glad You're Gone" as well, but have not found any either. I came across a blog post that mentioned "Glad You're Gone" as a "new Susan song." However, in listening to clips on Amazon from her new album I found that it is not on the album so I am not sure about that.
I have also seen "Glad You're Gone" listed several times on Archive and the ones I have found seem to be the same song.
Would be interested in seeing what others have to say as well.
|after listening to some of the archive shows, there is no question it's Glad You're Gone.
Downloaders, please fix your text files.
Whoever uploaded my source to the archive, please correct that as well.
|Alex, Thanks so much for sharing your very fine recording.
|Hey Alex... great job... any others shows you recorded?
I always dig your work!!!
Peace thru the New Year!!! Jesse on LI, NY
|Hated to miss this years NewYears show,tight finances,but thanks so much for this recording....All The Best....
|RE: Glad Your Gone
Listen to 12/31/07 for the 1st "Glad Your Gone" (link to archive below)...during the transition from "Get Out of My Life Woman" to "Glad Your Gone" Susan tells the audience that "Derek said why don't you write the female version of the song, so in a second we'll show you what we came up with for the girls side"...then after some nice soloing by Derek they lauched into Glad Your Gone. So basically it seems to me that it is a song that Susan wrote but has only been played by this band (so far) and has not been recorded, hence no finding lyrics online nor finding it on Susan's latest album. Hope that helps!
|I really enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing.