POST: Mick TAYLOR & Carla OLSON series Vol 03 - The Roxy (L.A.) - 04/03/90 (second show)
Carla OLSON and Mick TAYLOR
This project was born after discovering the new ‘Best of’-LP by Carla OLSON and Mick TAYLOR. This release, as a novelty, used the end of a version of "Sway" ... which was already circulating among collectors: this version taken from a bootleg is in even lower quality. So we decided to publish this collection of recordings that are circulating. Who knows, maybe another version of "Sway" will be used for the next 'Best of'?
Thanks to the original recorders and especially to nzb and Jaap (Stonesmuziekfan) who provided me their recordings, gave critic and advice regarding my work … so without whom this project wouldn’t have been possible!
CARLA OLSON & MICK TAYLOR
West Coast Tour
Late February/early March 1990:
4th March 1990 (second show) – LOS ANGELES – The Roxy
4th March 1990: Los Angeles, California, The Roxy (2nd show)
Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Carla Olson (voc, gtr)/George Callins (gtr, bvoc)/ Jesse Sublett (bass, bvoc)/Rick Hemmert (dr)/Ian McLagan (org, p)/ Juke Logan (harm)/Lisa Bronston (bvoc)/Phil Kenzie (sax)/Tom Junior Morgan (sax)/Barry Goldberg (p on 'Midnight Mission', org on 'Silver Train')
01 - intro
02 - I Never Wanted To Try
03 - Remember That Moon
04 - Who Put The Sting On The Honeybee?
05 - Slow Rollin' Train
06 - Trying To Hold On
07 - Rubies And Diamonds
08 - See The Light
09 - You Can't Move In (rebuilt)
01 - Broken Hands
02 - Sway
03 - You Gotta Move
04 - Hartley Quits
05 - Midnight Mission
06 - Clean Cut Kid
07 - Silver Train
08 - band introduction
This recording is different from the soundboard used for “Too Hot For Snakes/Ring Of Truth/Live At The Roxy”. It’s an audience recording and with the complete show!
The soundboard was helpful to readjust the speed: nzb’s recording had to be decelerated by -2%.
‘You Can’t Move In” was cut in two parts at 2’50 and MT's solo was missing, now the song is rebuilt with a 30 seconds patch coming from the soundboard version (I did my best but of course the transition is raw).
Note a fade in/out between the encore break.
As usual all the infos are taken from The Mick Taylor’s Complete Works Database by Nico Zentgraf: [www.nzentgraf.de
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