Booker T.'s New Band: The Drive By Truckers | BillboardWere one to extract the names of various disparate musicians at random from a hat, it would be difficult to come up with a less likely sounding collaboration than this. On closer examination, the enterprise seems a little less peculiar. Diverting though the charting of the personnel is, their collective record and collective records would only amount to a vertiginous slide into the damp mud of disappointment were the music they conjured less than magical. Happily, Potato Hole proves as extraordinary, delirious and laugh-out-loud weird as anyone might dare hope. All are instrumentals. The key, as ever where Booker T is concerned, is to understand and appreciate his distinctive electric piano as the voice. It could be the theme for a s detective series.
Booker T. & The Drive-By-Truckers - SF Bluegrass 2009
Will Booker T. Jones jam with the Drive-By Truckers in Vancouver?
Separating the wheat from the chaff since Booker T. Make that five, on occasion: Jones added guitar parts on some tracks, and Neil Young played throughout. From Billboard : "'It was a matter of finding people to help me interpret these ideas,' Jones told Billboard. In my mind it's not. I've loved rock for a long time. In the '60s I wrote a few songs for Otis Redding and Eddie Floyd that were rock songs, but it was too soon for us to be doing that kind of music.
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For example, poring over the hundreds of upcoming concert listings we have in our database, I noticed that keyboard legend Booker T. Jones and guitar-rockers the Drive-By Truckers are both scheduled to play Vancouver on February 2, Well, maybe you aren't aware of that awesome album from , Potato Hole. A little further investigation into the upcoming Vancouver gigs reveals that Jones's gig starts at pm and the Drive-By Truckers probably won't hit the stage until 10 at the earliest, considering they have Lily Hiatt John's kid scheduled to open at 9. Tack on an extra 15 minutes to get his trusty Hammond B3 loaded up, and he'd be there in plenty of time to join the Truckers in an encore version of "Green Onions".