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From what I have read and heard over the years it sounds like MT feels that his association with Dylan was his proudest moment. BWMcTell has been a staple in his set list, one would think for that reason. The fact that the Bobcats (and Heylin) do not like this tour does not diminish some of the fine music that was played. It was basically Bob fronting an English RnR band. The video from Wembley is fun...Van, EC. Chrissie Hynde is there and looks like the happiest person in the history of the world. MT walks over and has a word with Eric before...is it Pill-Box Hat? I cannot remember now. I saw a later interview with EC where he said he knew the song anyway.
I think Dylan stumped Mick Taylor by playing It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train to Cry.
Taylor said that they never rehearse that one.
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Re. LuxuryStones post
What is it with all you MT fans. A band is much more than the guitarist. No-one loves MT more than me. I played hundreds of gigs with him but without a band behind him - he's just noodling.
Now that Mick Taylor has played with the Stones again, a re-grouping of you, Taylor and McLagan with Dylan seems appropriate.
Sure a band is much more than the guitarist only, I started this thread,... but just noodling...?
Yeah. Unless he's playing with a band - he's just noodling - playing a guitar for his own amusement.