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Out Of The Madness

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Preachin' Blues
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Young Funk
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Good Morning Little School Girl
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Fourty-Four
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Kickin' Back
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Look-Ka PyPy
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Alright
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Death Letter
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Pleasant Gardens
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Spillway
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Ain't That Lovin' You
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Deltaraga
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 63:34

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Top Guitar Man

Average-Nights-Jack

Greatness at such an early age, but so it continues today. I was filling a gap in my collection, so thanks eMusic.

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this is talent.

idlewildsouth

a guitar prodigy from the the beginning. he has done what few have done...left the pack far behind.

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Amazing

phlloyd

Amazing album for an 18 year old Derek Trucks!

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Derek Is King

KKKenny

This is another of Derek's albums I have backtracked since I got "Songlines" and it doesn't fall short of brilliance. He takes slide playing to another level again. Also saw Derek live with the Clapton Tour back in 2006 and was floating for days after seeing him live in action. Wish he would come out to Oz with his band.

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Guitar Hero

dgcirkus

Yep. "Young Funk" will be featured in Guitar Hero. Great player...his feeling has just grown leaps and bounds since this early release.

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I Love It!!!!

Dabloozer

I saw him playing with Eric Clapton at Anaheim Pond (Honda Pavilion) last year. What a GREAT jam. Several times Eric backed off and let Derek take the stage. AWESOME! Thanks eMusic!!!!Thanks Derek!!!!

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Gritty Blues Guitaring

Daree

This is more staight up blues then his other stuff with the DTB and less "worldly" but none the less, very impressive. Plus you get Warren Haynes on Good Morning Little School Girl! If you like what Derek does with the Allman Brothers Band, you will love this one...

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Guitarist supreme

habsfan

Plain to see why he developed into what Rolling Stone Magazine called one of the three best new guitarists.

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1998

PatrikC

This Early recording of Derek is solid.

They Say All Music Guide

Whereas guitar phenom Trucks’ first album was of the improvisational sort to the highest degree, fusing Coltrane and Sun Ra to Hendrix, this second effort (his first for the House of Blues imprint) puts his playing and music more firmly in Southern American roots music territory. With guest shots from Warren Haynes (“Good Morning Little Schoolgirl,” “Fourty-Four” and “Death Letter”), Larry McCray (“Ain’t That Lovin’ You”), Matt Tutor (vocals on “Preachin’ Blues” and “Alright”) and Jimmy Herring, there’s more of a jam session feeling to this disc than that of a cohesive album. But Trucks also continues to blaze out with hot solos on the more rocking efforts aboard, like “Young Funk,” “Kickin’ Back,” “Spillway” and the closing “Deltaraga.” Even New Orleans funk beats come in for a look-see on “Look-ka Py-Py,” a curious addition. All in all, a young artist still showing promise. – Cub Koda

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