TAYLOR, MICK - CD
BRITISH TOUR 1992 VOL.5

LABEL:
StonyRoad
SOURCE:
Southport Theatre, Southport 11th February 1992
FORMAT:
2 downlioad cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
47.41/47.07
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Mono
PACKAGING:
Double Slimline Jewel case
 


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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 9

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Instrumental & Mick Taylor Introduction, 2. I Wonder Why, 3. Laundromat Blues, 4. Stranger In This Town, 5. Red House. 6. Goin’ South.

Disc Two: 1. Promised Land, 2. You Gotta Move, 3. Little Red Rooster, 4. Can’t You Hear Me Knocking, 5. Boogie Man, 6. Jumping Jack Flash.

 

 
REVIEW:

The final volume of the series presents the best recording of the lot in soundboard quality, a high recording that has been circulating since a long rime but for some reason was never used for any bootleg, apart some cdr releases like Southport ’92 (CDCS 22/23).

Not much was done to improve it, just rebalancing the channels, reworking the beginning of each track so now everyone starts now with a song and deleted some digital noises at 6’12 during Little Red Rooster and at 1’06 during Stranger In This Town, as well as some micro-gaps between the tracks.

Two segments from Promised Land had a very low volume left channel, so here the right one was used duplicating it to re-balance the output. Mick Taylor is introduced saying: From Jupiter….Mick Taylor; as in the Leeds concert Mick Taylor does not play on Promised Land, the cover version of this Chuck Berry song which was also played by Elvis Presley.

The biggest problem, however, happened in Boogie Man where there was a 2 seconds gap at 2’05: in this case a patch coming from the next verse was used with excellent results. The only regret here is that both Goin’ South and Jumping Jack Flash are incomplete.

This is the last available recording from the 1992 British Tour, too bad there are no circulating tapes from Barnstable, Guersney, Jersey, Folkestone, Manchester and London’s Mean Fiddler. This has however proved to be a valuable series.


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