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Kleermaker's today's upload.
Essen 1970, Love in vain.
Mick Taylor & The Jack Bruce Band - TOGWT 1975 - best audio & video
keep it down is so good starts at 7.25 if you wish to spend time listening I would listen to that. At 10.25 MT looks like he is playing the F power chord to G power chord before going into solo, if I got the frets down correctly looks like he starts at 1st fret to 3rd fret, I just do not recall him playing power chords, yes he would play Bar chords with the stones live.
If you check "Taylormade Works" by N. Zentgraf -
if it wasn´t for the Stones taking him on the road
in 2013/14 or mentioning him in streams or rereleases,
he had six guest appearances on stage since 2015 -
what a waste of talent. Sad.
Sway: The Best Of Carla Olson & Mick Taylor
Limited to 2000 copies and not available on CD or Digital. In 1988 former ROLLING STONES guitarist Mick Taylor began what was to be a significant series of collaborations with L.A. based Carla Olson, first with their "Live at the Roxy" album Too Hot For Snakes, the centrepiece of which is an extended seven-minute performance of “Sway” included on this album. It was followed by Olson's Within An Ace, which featured Taylor on seven songs. He appeared on three songs from Reap The Whirlwind and then again on Olson's The Ring of Truth, on which he plays lead guitar on nine tracks, including a twelve-minute version of the song "Winter". This is the best of their collaborations. Including the tracks, "Sway," "See The Light," "Within An Ace," "Loserville," "See The Light," and "Justice."
Date of release: 29 January 2021
I wonder if Taylor and Wyman, together, ever took part in the 2012 rehearsals, prior to the O2. Hope the tape was rolling.
According to the article I read ,Taylor also played on other songs including Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, RipThis Joint and a great version of Street Fighting Man during the Echoplex rehearsalsQuote
Rehearsals were in Burbank in 2013 followed by a club gig at the Echoplex.
Threads here.. not sure if recordings of the Echoplex gig ever surfaced.
You Got Me Rocking
She's So Cold
Live With Me
Street Fighting Man
That's How Strong My Love Is
Just My Imagination
Love In Vain (with Mick Taylor)
Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
Start Me Up
--- Band off stage
Jumping Jack Flash
According to the article I read ,Taylor also played on other songs including Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, RipThis Joint and a great version of Street Fighting Man during the Echoplex rehearsals