Your music is so good.I am big Fan.Can you sne me you cd for free?
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so i totally love this. every Song is just omg, too amazing.
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Now that the Derek Trucks Band has gone on hiatus, after listening to all 7 cds (each one significantly different from the others) Songlines is the one I keep going back to. Every song on the CD has its own importance, and yet the whole CD flows into a cohesive whole. My favorites are probably:
All I Do - This tune goes from a funky groove and an uplifting chorus to a crazy 7/4 Derek solo, and then the entire song ends hard and strong. Derek employs good use of an octave pedal on this song, and does some of his most outlandish studio soloing to date. Kofi also shines on this track.
This Sky - The most peaceful track, with some wry but also thoughtful lyrics by Matt, This Sky begins with a raga-type intro and then grows with each verse, as guitar, bass, drums, wurlitzer, organ, flute, and percussion all grow into a masterpiece of a song. Mahjoun is in the same ilk as This Sky, but is more of an interlude than a fully-fleshed out masterpiece.
I'll Find My Way - A somewhat upbeat soul number, reminiscent of Al Green, I'll Find My Way is the best example of what I see as the classic Derek Trucks sound, a fusion of soul, blues, multi-cultural rythms, unique chord changes, with Derek giving some of his beautiful in the pocket soloing.
I Wish I Knew How - An uplifting gospel number, which builds beautifully and in the end is an uplifting, energizing tune.
Songlines is, in my mind, the most important CD of the 2000's.
Also for me one of the favorite albums of all time, can`t imagine
my days without this songs at all.......
They`re so close...and sooo far away
hmmmm, never noticed that - is that a typo? (in the song-list above) .... or am i not listening carefully enough!! i can't imagine.
This album is consistently strong from beginning to end. When I first listened to it, I wasn't sure that I liked it as much as prior DTB albums, but like most great works of art, repeated listenings didn't make this album feel "old," but made me appreciate it more and more. It's one of the only albums I can listen to repeatedly without saying to myself "I've listened to that one recently, let me pick another one." This album was crafted based on years of live shows, and fans of the band were familiar with more than half of the album's songs before it was released, after hearing "work in progress" versions at shows.
My top four tracks (in track order):
I'll Find My Way
I Wish I Knew (How it Would Feel to Be Free)