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Roadsongs (The Derek Trucks Band album)

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Roadsongs (The Derek Trucks Band album)

For other uses, see Roadsongs (disambiguation).
The Derek Trucks Band
Released June 22, 2010
Recorded April 8, 2009, April 9, 2009
Genre Southern rock, jam rock, blues-rock, soul rock, jazz rock, world fusion
Length 1:44:56
Label Masterworks
Producer Derek Trucks
The Derek Trucks Band chronology

Already Free
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Roadsongs is the second live album by The Derek Trucks Band, released in 2010. The album features many songs off the band's most recent album, Already Free. The album was recorded over two nights in April 2009 at Chicago's West Park. For the album, The Derek Trucks Band was joined by a horn section consisting of Paul Garrett (Trumpet), Mace Hibbard (Saxophone), and Kevin Hyde (Trombone).

Track listing

Disc 1

No. Title Length
1. "I'll Find My Way" (Jay Joyce, Derek Trucks) 6:16
2. "Down In The Flood" (Bob Dylan) 6:21
3. "Sailing On" (Frederick "Toots" Hibbert) 5:28
4. "Get What You Deserve" (Doyle Bramhall II, Mike Mattison, Derek Trucks) 3:58
5. "Days Is Almost Gone" (Kofi Burbridge, Mike Mattison, Derek Trucks) 5:25
6. "Already Free" (Mike Mattison, Derek Trucks) 5:35
7. "Afro Blue" (Mongo Santamaria) 14:31

Disc 2

No. Title Length
1. "I Know" (Note) 6:54
2. "Down Don't Bother Me" (Mattison, Trucks) 5:17
3. "Don't Miss Me" (Mattison, Trucks) 5:24
4. "Rastaman Chant" (Traditional) 11:14
5. "Key To The Highway" (Broozy, Segar) 6:22
6. "Get Out My Life Woman/Who Knows"" (Hendrix, Toussaint) 12:44
7. "Anyday" (Clapton, Whitlock) 9:27


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