Editors’ Notes Formerly known as a Soul Stew Revival, Tedeschi Trucks Band revamped their moniker to reveal that they are husband and wife Susan Tedeschi (guitarist/singer) and slide-guitar luminary Derek Trucks (who also fronts his own project and plays with the Allman Brothers Band). The duo built a home studio before assembling nine other musicians and recording 30 songs, boiling the best down to the tunes that comprise their 2011 debut. Revelator opens with “Come See About Me,” a Deep South-marinated groove-rocker peppered with Trucks’ trademark slides and a grinding Hammond B3 organ. Tedeschi’s soulful wailing makes for a perfect centerpiece to the song. Tedeschi Trucks Band forsakes excessive soloing, giving Tedeschi plenty of room to let her vocals soar. Check out the gospel-tinged “Ball and Chain” or the burning urgency of her voice on the sweltering “Until You Remember.”

SONG
Come See About Me
1
3:49
 
Don't Let Me Slide
2
5:03
 
Midnight in Harlem
3
5:52
 
Bound for Glory
4
5:28
 
Simple Things
5
4:46
 
Until You Remember
6
6:11
 
Ball and Chain
7
3:57
 
These Walls
8
5:58
 
Learn How to Love
9
4:23
 
Shrimp and Grits (Interlude)
10
1:45
 
Love Has Something Else to Say
11
5:54
 
Shelter
12
7:58
 
Easy Way Out (Bonus Track)
13
4:15
 
Learn How to Love
14
5:06
 

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