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Out of the Madness

Out of the Madness
The Derek Trucks Band
Released October 20, 1998 (CD)
November 17, 2008 (Digital download)
Recorded June 14, 1997-April 11, 1998 at Dockside Studios
(Maurice, Louisiana)
Genre Blues rock, jazz fusion, jam rock, Southern rock
Length 63:13
Label House of Blues
Producer John Snyder
The Derek Trucks Band chronology

The Derek Trucks Band
Out of the Madness
Joyful Noise
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
CMJ (very favorable) [2]

Out of the Madness is the second album by American jam band The Derek Trucks Band, released on October 20, 1998.[3] The album was recorded between June 14, 1997-April 11, 1998 at Dockside Studios, Maurice[3] The album is mainly re-arranged jazz and blues classics and the rest is original compositions by the band.[4] Derek was eighteen years old at the time of the release of the album.[5] In 2008, the album was made available digitally, and is now available on iTunes, and other online retailers like Real, Rhapsody, Yahoo! Music, eMusic, Napster and Puretracks.[5]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Preachin' Blues" (S. House) 4:58
2. "Younk Funk" (J. Herring/D. Trucks) 4:49
3. "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" (S. Williamson) 5:39
4. "Forty-Four" (Howlin' Wolf) 5:38
5. "Kickin' Back" (J. Herbert/O. Burbridge/Herring) 8:51
6. "Look-Ka Py Py" (J. Modeliste/A. Neville/L. Nocentelli/G. Porter Jr.) 4:07
7. "Alright" (J. Herring) 2:48
8. "Death Letter" (House) 5:25
9. "Pleasant Gardens" (T. Smallie/Trucks) 6:33
10. "Spillway" (J. Herring) 4:56
11. "Ain't That Lovin' You" (D. Malone) 6:37
12. "Deltaraga" (Trucks) 2:52


The Derek Trucks Band
Other personnel


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