POST: Mick TAYLOR 1990 European Tour - Vol 06b - 03 May 1990 - GÖTTINGEN (lossy)
26th APRIL - 14th MAY 1990
This series is dedicated to Mick Taylor 1990 tour of Europe (or to be more precise - the German spoken countries West-Germany, East-Germany, Austria and Switzerland).
A big thank you to all the people who recorded these shows and who shared them and to my two accomplices nzb and Jaap (Stonesmuziekfan) who gave me the benefit of their versions of these shows and their advice and support ... and therefore without whom this project would not have been possible.
Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (gtr, voc)/Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)/Max Middleton (keyb)
3rd May 1990
3rd May 1990: Göttingen, West-Germany, Outpost
01 - intro and tuning
02 - I Wonder Why
03 - Laundromat Blues
04 - Semolina
05 - Red House (incl. ‘Going Down slow’)
01 - Goin' South
02 - You Gotta Move
03 - Little Red Rooster
04 - band introduction
For this show we have two sources.
The one from nzb is lossless but with a saturated sound, very hissy and runs way too fast.
Mine, with covers done by my friend Mr.No, is also hissy but not that much and has a better sound. But it is lossy…
Each has its advantages and inconveniences so we chose to keep both versions.
For the lossy version I decreased the treble, amplified the sound, equilibrated the channel, deleted microgaps between the tracks and reworked the transitions between the tracks that now start with the song.
The start of the ‘intro & tuning’ is coming from nzb’s source, but reworked (it wasn’t too saturated, so it was a good opportunity to complete this version).
The first part of ‘I Wonder Why’ is saturated.
There have been gaps in ‘You Gotta Move’ at 5’40, 5’44, 6,05, 6’27 and 6’31 but they’re deleted without consequence.
Note a fade in/out after ‘You Gotta Move’ (encore break) but no music has been lost.
The picture used on the front cover was taken by Bernd Mueller.
As usual all the infos are taken from The Mick Taylor Complete Works Database by Nico Zentgraf: [www.nzentgraf.de
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