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High quality complete show of Mick backed by Snowy White's band in 1995. The opening number "You Gotta Move" starts out great but overstays its welcome (in my opinion)...Snowy gets a few licks in.
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FYI the Roy Young reference in the lyrics- (saw Ian with Roy Young in the 80's at the Bayou in DC..he rocked ) Per Wikipedia- In 1961, he began working at the Top Ten Club in Hamburg, where he played with Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers, who briefly included Ringo Starr, and recorded with Sheridan.[5] He then won a contract to play at the rival Star-Club, where he met the Beatles, a
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New release also features Jeff Beck, Billy Gibbons, Slash, and a host of other luminaries. Still pretty spry for 83! video:
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Appearing on The Mike Douglas Show when Hendrix had become the toast of the town. Douglas asked Hendrix: “What’s it was like to be the best rock guitarist in the world?” Jimi then beautifully responded: “I don’t know, you’ll have to ask Rory Gallagher”. Jack Whatley @JackWhatley89 Sat 11 February 2023 15:54, UK
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His wife passed away a couple weeks back. Tough times for this family....
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Apparently old age is not a problem for Ian Hunter and almost everybody wants to play with him.
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Bic lighter at the ready..Manchester 2013...
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Pre-glitter, pre-Bowie. Pretty great Dylanish take on the Doug Sahm classic- amazing how they transformed in a couple short years.
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Mott the Hoople "Mott" circa 1973 Amazing album and one of the best Brit rock albums of the era - Drivin' Sister, All the Way From Memphis, I Wish I was Your Mother- Mott on the verge of breaking through to the top tier. Far superior sound to the spindly Bowie production on "All the Youg Dudes". Then Mick Ralphs leaves for Bad Company and the momentum is lost. Any fa
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3 ***months ***ago
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kg lang never wrote any songs with Brian Jones....
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Fun fact- k.d. lang has as many songwriting credits with the Rolling Stones as Mick Taylor. Strange how things worked out....
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One of the weaker tracks from Reg King's 1971 LP, more like an extended jam, but plenty of Mick Taylor guitar, which is never a bad thing...Also playing slide on a BB Blunder track from around the same time.
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Don't forget.... Frampton founded Humble Pie. "Rockin' The Fillmore" crushes most of the recorded output of this years nominees.
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Old enough (unfortunately) to have first seen them at DAR Constitution Hall in DC on the Sleepwalker tour (John Gosling-Andy Pyle lineup) - the show famously ended in an onstage meltdown between Dave and Mick Avory. Back then their reputation was similar to the Faces, fun shows, very loose and presumably intoxicated. Saw them countless times over they years and they played tighter and sharper ev
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He was absolutely fanatical about playing Chicago style blues even before he started The Stones- total focus and dedication. But 60's style pop celebrity and the emergence of the Jagger-Richards-Oldham alliance sidelined him and he became sulky, resentful and ultimately a liability. A few inventive touches on record in the mid/late 60's but no longer a core member and definitely not a
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"To The Bone" is great..a total commercial flop they had to release on their own label. Apparently the live sessions at KONK for "To The Bone" were filmed..this looks like it...totally in their element here..
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The original wild out of control teenage punk of the British Invasion...
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Good stuff- but after watching, I gotta say I prefer the original 3 piece lineup with Wilgar Campbell on drums. Compare "In Your Town" ...
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Amazing- never seen this till today..and I thought Id seen it all. Enjoy.
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Amazing vocal, terrible mix...
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For pure emotional intensity, not sure anyone can top Peter Green at his peak.
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Lead singer of the classic 60's teen girl group, age 75... Mary Weiss, Lead Singer of Sixties Girl Group the Shangri-Las, Dead at 75 (RollingStone.com)
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Even better- if thats possible.
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Blues sensation from Donegal- she's fantastic.
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