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Album: Already Free
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Released: 2009
Length: 4:33
Plays (last 30 days): 2
I wanna know how it feels to be kissed
Cold chills running up and down my spine
I wanna know how it feels to be talked to
Until words drive me stoned out my mind

I know how it feels to be lonely
I know how it feels to be blue
Come and show me how it feels to really be loved
And I spend my time loving you

I wanna know how it feels to be needed
I wanna know by the end of the night
I wanna know how it feels to have a girl
Who loves me and treats me just right

I know how it feels to be cheated on
I know how it feels to be blue
Come and show me how it feels to really be loved
And I spend my time loving you

Well I know there's pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
That was such a long time ago
Come and show me how it feels to really be loved
And I won't be blue anymore

Hold on, baby hold on.
Love me, try love me
I wanna know, I wanna know, I wanna know how it feels
To be loved
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 ppopp wrote:
Take your quaky guitar and stick it where the sun don't shine.
 I'd pay to see you say that to his face.....you'd have one helluva southern boy ass-whuppin coming!!

 biodiesel wrote:
Reminds me of the Southern Rock of the 70's! Excellent!
 
Stands to reason....Butch Trucks was Allman Bro's. drummer.
A solid 10
I am so glad to see Trucks "pick up the ball", so to speak, from his familial ties to the Allman bro's. I bet Uncle Butch is proud! Sounds awesome!!
The exact kind of song that makes me feel more alone and isolated.
 JaySea wrote:
Seen Derek with Susan Tedeschi and will tell all the haters that boys a hot picker!
 
Have also seen him, and yes, the boy can play. He's developed his own style, and it's just far enough out of the Southern rock mainstream to be grating to many people. I get that.  With as many people as he puts on stage with him and Susan, you'd think at least one of them could sing better than him. Dickie and Duane had a very "sweet" sound coming out of their guitars. Derek's is brassy and jarring.   Personal taste and style, I guess.  A lot of strong talent on the stage, but the whole seems less than the sum of the parts. IMHO. Music is personal...
Reminds me of the Southern Rock of the 70's! Excellent!
Take your quaky guitar and stick it where the sun don't shine.
Seen Derek with Susan Tedeschi and will tell all the haters that boys a hot picker!
And Derek Trucks, still sucks...
I realize Derek is probably following his heart as a guitar player. However,  like Boz Scaggs, I just can't stand to listen to the notes that come from them.
Sorry Guys !!
I've seen some great artists who want to be Derek Trucks.
LOVE THIS SO MUCH
Great !!!!!! Thanks Bill und Rebecca {#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana}
i really want to like derek. but it sounds like a technical duane or dickey much like many can play hendrix note for note and sound but still lack the phrasing and overall  . . . 

ironically hendrix tried to emulate buddy guy but in the process it became his, so back to derek - go for it. closest thing to the bros. 
Love this song!
 DocStrangelove wrote:
every time this comes on I turn the volume off
 

Or, push the "Stop" button and help our bandwidth.
every time this comes on I turn the volume
off

boring blues cliches
 jhorton wrote:
FYI Derek's uncle Butch is one of the original drummers in the Allman Brothers band.

He really does make the guitar sing like Duane Allman did. Haven't heard anyone else do that. 

 
Funny I thought if it wasn't, it sure sounded like Dicky Betts.{#Guitarist}
Wunderbar! Danke Bill und Rebecca, dass ihr so tolle Songs spielt.
{#Notworthy}
 Skydog wrote:
i like the entire album

 
Ditto {#Music}
 colt4x5 wrote:
Looks like this song may have been written and first recorded by Big Maybelle, Mabel Louise Smith. 
Anyone know for certain? 

 
credits say "Smith/Taylor"
Looks like this song may have been written and first recorded by Big Maybelle, Mabel Louise Smith. 
Anyone know for certain? 
i like the entire album
 below72 wrote:
The Muscle Shoals/Macon blues guitar tradition will live as long as this guy has a band

 
Check out the new Tedeschi Trucks Band album Let Me Get By.  You'll dig it.

Saw them this summer headlining a triple bill of North Mississippi All-Stars and Los Lobos and TTB.  Three awesome groups that know how to play live.
 +1 

Wuddi wrote:
{#Beat}

 


{#Beat}
This gets better and better every time I hear it - 60 more years of Derek.
Keep on, Bill! 
I wonder what it's like being able to make noises like that come out of a musical instrument. I'd give my eye teeth...
The Muscle Shoals/Macon blues guitar tradition will live as long as this guy has a band
 kingart wrote:

Sorry you feel, or hear, that way. As for that barefoot treading, presumably you have self-imposed it. If so, I suggest a different pass time. Quilting while listening to loops of a Mariah Carey Thom Yorke duet, perhaps. 

 
{#Clap} 
 jhorton wrote:
FYI Derek's uncle Butch is one of the original drummers in the Allman Brothers band.

He really does make the guitar sing like Duane Allman did. Haven't heard anyone else do that. 

 
Derek played with the Allman Brothers for several years.
Moving to the country.... gunna eat a lot of peaches...  oh wait...  what song is this?
 ppopp wrote:
The only thing more annoying than this guy's guitar tone is barefoot treading on pieces of lego made of cholla cactus.

 
Sorry you feel, or hear, that way. As for that barefoot treading, presumably you have self-imposed it. If so, I suggest a different pass time. Quilting while listening to loops of a Mariah Carey Thom Yorke duet, perhaps. 
The only thing more annoying than this guy's guitar tone is barefoot treading on pieces of lego made of cholla cactus.
FYI Derek's uncle Butch is one of the original drummers in the Allman Brothers band.

He really does make the guitar sing like Duane Allman did. Haven't heard anyone else do that. 
Never heard before, but I like it. {#Bananajam}
 yippee wrote:
nobody out allmans  the allmans, but love the band

 
I actually feel sorry for him to be expected to take the place of both Duane and Dickey.  No wonder he's concentrating on other ventures (like this and Tedeschi/Trucks) now.
If I venture into the slipstream
 
 Chingachgook wrote:

Derek Trucks out-Allmans the Allmans.

 
Heretic.
nobody out allmans  the allmans, but love the band
 pcc wrote:
 coloradojohn wrote:
Never seem to tire of the sitar-like musings at the start of this thing; Lord knows I always get to grooving to The Blues all through it, too.

  
It's called a tanpura
:-)

Just one more example of how CDs are inferior to LPs. 

Back in the day, we (coloradojohn and myself) would have studied the living daylights out of the album cover and would have realized this musical instrument was a ... tanpura.  Thanks to the smaller packaging for CDs, these details are omitted or written in a typeface far too small for mortal beings to read,

So THANK YOU, worthless RIAA, for adding to the ignorance in this world.


 coloradojohn wrote:
Never seem to tire of the sitar-like musings at the start of this thing; Lord knows I always get to grooving to The Blues all through it, too.

 

It's called a tanpura :-)
Never seem to tire of the sitar-like musings at the start of this thing; Lord knows I always get to grooving to The Blues all through it, too.
Great tune from a spectacular album!
This song compels me to move better than any motivational trainer ever could.{#Dance}
Everybody in my homeless camp loves this song...
A happy tune... from the best blues band playing today{#Bananajam}
skree skree skree wank wank skree. 3
 Lostfreight wrote:
Great tune, and my gawd, doesn't he riff into Van Morrison's "Slipstream" at the end!

 
Yeah, I was hearing a nice Van Morrison riff also — but traced it to "Sweet Thing."

It's all the way through it!
 Chingachgook wrote:

Derek Trucks out-Allmans the Allmans.

 
Maybe the modern version of the Allmans but not the original lineup.  Not even close.
nope not tonight!
 mgkiwi wrote:
Cool band this! Love that guitar!!  {#Bananajam}

 
....... ditto
Hi Bruce! :-)
Simply a song about being alive and the experience of it!  


  LOVE IT!! And you too!
 oldfart48 wrote:


and good sh..t is good sh..t

 
Derek Trucks out-Allmans the Allmans.
Awesome jam....

Everybody in my mushrooming multitude of churches be dancing buck ass naked all over the world like bowlegged gypsy muleskinners...  we love this song...  it tweaks our nipples...  love sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll...
Cool band this! Love that guitar!!  {#Bananajam}
Second song from this cd today! Not bad taste!
It's a beautiful morning in the Kingdom, and these guys are putting a little extra sparkle in our inexhaustible sunshine.  Love the Hammond B3 when it's played like this!
 Cynaera wrote:
Derek Trucks Band - they are my new mantra. I'm telling everyone I know about them.  Bumping this from a 9 to a 10. And unless the band totally disappoints me, their stuff will be godlike. Geez - I can't even remember the last time I backed a band with this kind of zeal. I'm scaring myself. {#Mrgreen}
 

miss you so much, Cynaera...

love this song...
 
Open invitation to Derek:


Please come and tour the midwest. Outdoor venue preferred...under the moonlight and stars.


The hippie-redneck audience will greatly appreciate your music.     
Thank god for Derek.

One of the few that understands RnR guitar. Which is a dying art. Can anybody say "jazz"?

Now, if only her would tour a little more...in the Midwest. With or without his wife.    
Whole album is good!
{#Bananapiano}{#Bananajumprope}{#Drummer}{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananajam}{#Drummer}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananajam}
Great gituar work furshur!
Me like.
Irresistible hook, delivered with precision and a happy-sunshine feel!
Everyone in my bed loves this song{#Yes}
i am never less than amazed by this young man's guitar wizardry! but then, he comes from some pretty potent roots.
{#Bananapiano}
Party time!!
Everyone in my shoes loves this song!!!!! 
 TJS wrote:
I guess he danced his nipples off on this rainy autumn afternoon
 

We be dancing on this winter night...  hope you are having a marvelous time right now...  love this marvelous song...
Great tune, and my gawd, doesn't he riff into Van Morrison's "Slipstream" at the end!
 idiot_wind wrote:
Geez whiz....he sounds like a cross between G Allman, Lowell George, and a little EC.

Freakin cool.
 
There's a reason.  Google him.
Geez whiz....he sounds like a cross between G Allman, Lowell George, and a little EC.

Freakin cool.
 choosybeggar wrote:
Someday I'll play slide just like Derek.{#Bananajam}
 
Yeah, me too!  Now I gotta find somebody with as much soul in his voice as Mike Mattison ....
 Imkirok wrote:

And why is he now a "former member"?  Romeo, what happened?  We need to know who be dancing in your hotel room.
 

I have been saved, friend...  peace and good times to all of you folks...

love this song...  everybody in my church be dancing...
 
Par-tay! {#Bananapiano}{#Bananajumprope}{#Drummer}{#Sunny}
Such an outstanding song!
 dbm86698 wrote:

wish I could rate this an "11"


 



I agree!
 cShaggy wrote:


..^..where'd romeotuma run off to?..
 
And why is he now a "former member"?  Romeo, what happened?  We need to know who be dancing in your hotel room.


 Rockit wrote:


He finally got kicked out of his hotel room!
 

I guess he danced his nipples off on this rainy autumn afternoon


 drewd wrote:

Looks like he danced away. It's a mystery.....
 

He finally got kicked out of his hotel room!
 cShaggy wrote:


..^..where'd romeotuma run off to?..
 
Looks like he danced away. It's a mystery.....
 (former member) wrote:

This song is soooo good it makes us tear our clothes off and dance...
 
 



..^..where'd romeotuma run off to?..

This song is soooo good it makes us tear our clothes off and dance...
 
 lily34 wrote:

absolutely. i mean, i love the guitar. no doubt. but...the vocals always grab me. he mesmerized me when i saw them live.
 
Exactly ... the voice ... the guitar ... the groove ...  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4iNw1Hvcu8
 Jörg_Asmussen wrote:
There is just so much blood, sweat and tears in this song, you gotta love it!
 
absolutely. i mean, i love the guitar. no doubt. but...the vocals always grab me. he mesmerized me when i saw them live.
There is just so much blood, sweat and tears in this song, you gotta love it!
Someday I'll play slide just like Derek.{#Bananajam}
Happy Friday To One And All!{#Bananapiano}
 dbm86698 wrote:

wish I could rate this an "11"

 
Bingo by jingo, I agree...  love this song...

 
Terrific tune,simply rocks!

wish I could rate this an "11"


 lshinkawa wrote:
Elliot Smith followed by Derek Trucks: great combination. 
 
Oh man indeed
Elliot Smith followed by Derek Trucks: great combination. 
 msymmes wrote:
Love that thing he plays with the strings on it !!
 
Likewise,,, is it an air guitar maybe...?  no as that has a bellow.. Yes I'm stumped as well....{#Think}


love it love it love it...

 
Love that thing he plays with the strings on it !!
 


TimeWaster, you couldn't be farther from the truth.  Matter of fact, at the risk of sounding both pontifical and pendulous, Do you know ANYthing about Bill and Rebecca and RP or did you just glide through here on a random napalm drop?


soooo marvelous...  love it soooo much...

 


There's a live version of this song on the album Roadsongs that came out in 2010...  this is the first song on the second disc...

love both versions of this song...  love both albums...
 

 

This song is magnificent...  love it soooo much!!!!


 arserocket wrote:

Hey I'm in the room below... keep it down woood ya
 

Sorry about that!  This song is putting a spring in our step this winter evening...  love it...

 
 kaybee wrote:
I find it hard to believe that this album is not from the 70's, the sound is so reminiscent of that era.
 
Could be that Allman brothers vibe coming through...

 romeotuma wrote:


Everybody in my hotel room be dancing wantonly...  love this song soooo much...

 
 
Hey I'm in the room below... keep it down woood ya



Everybody in my hotel room be dancing wantonly...  love this song soooo much...

 
Derek's cool, but this is over played here.


This whole album is phenomenal...  love this song...

 
I find it hard to believe that this album is not from the 70's, the sound is so reminiscent of that era.
Great tune! =)


absolutely marvelous...  love it...

 
another of those guys you hear a few cords and can identify by guitar alone.
fist time I heard Tedeschi Trucks Band I thought "Who's the woman singing with Derek?"
Oh, it's his wife.
Also great stuff.

I'm really likin' this guy!
More DT's, please!
I just gave Derek and this piece a raise. Definitely an impressive ax man, as if I needed further proof of that after seeing him play with Santana 3-4 years back. {#Bananajam}
 south wrote:
Dear Radio Paradise,

Please no more Derek Trucks...I'm beginning to wonder if there's a kickback involved from this random group, as they are so overplayed on your otherwise fantastic station.

 
Close, south, but it works like this: Bill keeps playing awesome songs like this, and I send him money.

 scrubbrush wrote:


the voices in my head agree
 

That is good...  love this song...