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  • Posted August 29, 2011

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    She Sings, They Play

    This record came as a real surprise to me. Derek Trucks was a young guitar prodigy who became a member of The Allman Brothers Band. Susan Tedeschi has a smokey, bluesy voice that can rival Bonnie Raitt's. Not surprisingly, this couple makes beautiful music together on their first album together, "Revelator". With an 11-piece band, they play with the vigor of a youngster and the smarts of a veteran. Then again, how many youngsters can do Joplinesque rockers like "Ball And Chain"? Or a classic blues stomper such as "Bound For Glory"? Topped off by a genuinely affection love ballad, "Love Has Something Else To Say". And anchoring it all in are Truck's remarkably fluid and catchy guitar solos. When times are bad, you almost always see a rise in guitar-based music and we're seeing it happen in this Great Recession, thanks to bands like this one. Although there isn't a single member of The Tedeschi-Trucks Band who is under 30 years old, their music is timeless enough to draw anyone into it.

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