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Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: billwebster ()
Date: February 4, 2007 17:33

Well, apart from Stones records (their concerts are too expensive for me at the time), I know MT's guitar playing from some of his sessions for others. And I like the way that one can hear it's him. I'm still scratching at the surface as far as his solo albums are concerned, but if he played in my city, I'd come around and listen to the gig. But anyhow, I'd love to hear him release some new studio recordings, because the DJ in me prefers albums over concerts.

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: MCDDTLC ()
Date: February 5, 2007 23:13

Well BV - This was the last thing I expected from you....

So you saw them in 1973, which show?

In your opinion do you think the current lineup will ever ask Wyman & Taylor
to sit-in again for at least one show???

MLC

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: Sonny ()
Date: February 11, 2007 20:45

Well. For me it´s enough to have Charlie behind the drums and Mick singing and jumpin´. that what i ment.

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: Sonny ()
Date: February 11, 2007 21:08

Oh, sorry i tried to link to Rockman´s answer to me last week, but it was some problem to do that.

www.stonesvikings.com

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: whitem8 ()
Date: March 8, 2007 07:45

Saw Mick Taylor in the late eighties in a small club in Detroit. He was totally drunk, BUT WAS ON FIRE! He really made his guitar sing...and a lot of classic blues and great slide. He dis a truely sublime versions of Key to the Highway, and Ventalator Blues....during his break we went out to smoke a joint and low and behold there he was having a smoke. He came over to our group and asked if we had any pot for him and of course we were honored to oblige!
Was very friendly and appreciated of his fans...! Great time!

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: Gooner ()
Date: March 8, 2007 10:34

I saw Mick Taylor last september in Helsinki Wentus Blues Bands 20-years anniversary concert. Mick played in his part great versions of Blind Willie McTell and Ventilator Blues and then wonderful jamming with legends like Eddie Kirkland, Lazy Lester, Lousiana Red, Omar Dykes and Kim Wilson etc... They filmed this event for the upcoming movie "Family Meeting". Check out the trailer: [www.mokulfilmi.com]

What a great night it was....

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: OpenG ()
Date: March 8, 2007 12:23

Gooner -

awesome thanks for sharing - Its all about the music and the trailer clip really
brings you down to that concept.

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: stoned_in_dc ()
Date: March 8, 2007 16:45

whitem8 Wrote:
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> Saw Mick Taylor in the late eighties in a small
> club in Detroit. He was totally drunk, BUT WAS ON
> FIRE! He really made his guitar sing...and a lot
> of classic blues and great slide. He dis a truely
> sublime versions of Key to the Highway, and
> Ventalator Blues....during his break we went out
> to smoke a joint and low and behold there he was
> having a smoke. He came over to our group and
> asked if we had any pot for him and of course we
> were honored to oblige!
> Was very friendly and appreciated of his fans...!
> Great time!

thats awesome! i'd love to hook him up! how cool would that be to smoke some herb with mick taylor!!!!

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: Anderson ()
Date: March 8, 2007 17:07

Rockman Wrote:
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> Hey lets take a look at da boy....Geeeez even
> Jaggs looks excited to be beside him..
>
> [i9.photobucket.com]
> IMMERBOY%202/GLIMMERBOY%203/GLIMMERBOY4/JAGLOR.jpg
>
> Empire Pool Wembley September 1973 - Mike Putland

It has indeed happended before, with the Stones. It happened in Kansas City 13 December 1981, if I am not mistaken. Haven't you heard the boot?

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: Landover 81 ()
Date: March 9, 2007 03:52

At the time Taylor was right for the Stones and vice/versa. Takes ice cream AND milk to make a milkshake; they were a great shake back then...

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: sweetcharmedlife ()
Date: March 9, 2007 04:02

whitem8 Wrote:
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> Saw Mick Taylor in the late eighties in a small
> club in Detroit. He was totally drunk, BUT WAS ON
> FIRE! He really made his guitar sing...and a lot
> of classic blues and great slide. He dis a truely
> sublime versions of Key to the Highway, and
> Ventalator Blues....during his break we went out
> to smoke a joint and low and behold there he was
> having a smoke. He came over to our group and
> asked if we had any pot for him and of course we
> were honored to oblige!
> Was very friendly and appreciated of his fans...!
> Great time!


How cool is that. Wow thanks for the story whitem

"It's just some friends of mine and they're busting down the door"

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: MickGibsonSG ()
Date: March 9, 2007 05:29

Wood is a much better bass than guitar player
Wood complemented Beck so nicely, a classic combination imho
Taylor on lead
Wood on bass
good combo

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: J.J.Flash ()
Date: March 9, 2007 07:07

I crashed my car when I was 18 while hearing a Mick Taylor solo. I survived. It was my 1st appreciation for Taylor.

Re: The official Mick Taylor thread
Posted by: Svartmer ()
Date: March 9, 2007 12:04

When listen to the albums from the Taylor-years I´ve realized that all the really good bass-playing is his. I think he plays bass on at least half of the songs on GHS. For example just listen to Dancing with mr D and hear those nice little bass licks that gives the song another dimension.

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