Susan Tedeschi has a beautiful voice, influenced by African American gospel traditions, while Derek Trucks is the most impressive lead slide guitar player I’ve seen. So it was great news when the two decided not just to get married in real life but marry their music. The best result of this union in my opinion is “Midnight in Harlem,” with Trucks (nephew of one of the founders of the Allman Brothers) shredding one of the better guitar solos of all time at the end:
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Railtown — The Book
Railtown presents the history of this system by drawing on archival documents, contemporary news accounts, and interviews with many of the key players to provide critical behind-the-scenes accounts of the people and forces that shaped the system.
Tales from California
- The Pro-Transit-Oriented Housing Coalition Takes Shape
- Housing Legislation Update — Planning & Conservation League Conference This Saturday
- My Sacramento Bee Op-Ed On SB 827 & Relaxing Local Restrictions On Housing Near Transit
- What Should States Do To Take Action On Climate, Given Federal Intransigence?
- Automation Leading To Job Losses At California’s Ports