This second album has truly in itself, provided that person is not the soul, funk, blues, gospel, Jam, Fusionsgefrickel, folk, country, jazz, rock and pop is averse. It may be seen that we are dealing with a complex, dense, multifaceted album without ever would be aired a hint of arbitrariness.
The songwriting is mostly superb, the arrangements carefully, sophisticated, but never the tension and the thread losing.
Susan Tedeschi has finally become the one and only one Crown Princess Bonnie Raitt, no, actually is their singing expression and the emotional depth of the same now own standards.
Part of the virtuosic and expressive slide guitar game she leaves her husband Derek Trucks, the some time stirring up the scene and in his Game Seven miles is to hear the wind. The casual Withdrawn awareness of Bonnie Raitt it reaches not quite, but it boasts a tremendous virtuosity that seems to be getting more varied, without ever being suspected of wanting to overtake himself.
On the one hand shines on this album over and over again the old Muscle Shoals school by earlier Motown, Northern Soul and every now and then a pinch of Delaney & Bonnie, but also by supplying two drummers, a brass section, organ, flute, Klavinette and other instruments for pressure, a change and avoidance of any patina, wonderfully drinkable ballads are thwarted by Saitenerruptionen - seven words, a festival of joy and a class of its own!