"Just As Strange"
"Don't Know What It Is"
<blockquote>Susan Tedeschi – lead vocals, guitar
Derek Trucks – guitar
Kofi Burbridge – keyboards
Tyler Greenwell – drums, percussion
J. J. Johnson – drums, percussion
Mike Mattison – harmony vocals
Mark Rivers – harmony vocals
Kebbi Williams – saxophone
Tim Lefebvre - bass
Ephraim Owens – trumpet
Elizabeth Lea – trombone
Alecia Chakour – harmony vocals
Producers: Bob Boilen, Felix Contreras, Niki Walker
Audio Engineers: Josh Rogosin, Kevin Wait
Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame, Cameron Robert, Morgan McCloy
Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg
Photo: Matailong Du/NPR</blockquote>
Last month, the Tedeschi Trucks Band stopped by the NPR offices in Washington, D.C. to perform three songs as part of the Tiny Desk concert series. You can watch their set above.
Amazingly enough, the band was able to fit all 12 of their band members behind the "tiny desk" without looking too cramped (although a couple vocalists are just off camera). They kicked off with a bluesy version of "Just As Strange," from their excellent 2016 album, Let Me Get By. They follow with a feel-good, funky take of "Don't Know What It Is" that includes an amazing saxophone solo from Kebbi Williams. That transitions beautifully into the laid back groove of "Anyhow," the lead track from the new album.
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