TAYLOR, MICK - CD
HAVE TWO BEERS IN NEWCASTLE

LABEL:
StonyRoad-Frankenstein Prod.37
SOURCE:
Newcastle 24th Mach 1994
FORMAT:
2 download cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
48.54/50.52
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
double slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 8.5 / PACKAGING 9.5 / PERFORMANCE 9

 

TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Introducing Snowy White, 2. I Loved Another Woman, 3. Loving Man, 4. Judgement Day, 4. Don t Burn Down The Bridge, 6. Introducing Mick Taylor, 7 .You Gotta Move, 8. I Wonder Why, 9. You Shook Me.

Disc Two: 1. Can t You Hear Me Knocking, 2. Let The Good Times Roll, 3. Sticks And Stones, 4. Little Red Rooster, 5. Parchman Farm, 6. Band Introduction, 7. Jumping Jack Flash .

 
REVIEW:

The gig in Newcastle (venue unknown) featured Taylor on guitar and vocals, Zoot Money on keyboards and vocals, Snowy White   on guitar, Kuma Harada on bass and Jeff Allen on drums. Mick Taylor played at the Club a Go Go in Newcastle in November 1967 with John Mayall s Bluesbreakers and in March 1971 and September 1973 with the Stones at the City Hall; it is possible the venue he played in 1994 was the Riverside.

This is a mix of two versions from the same source, by comparing these versions it was found out that they were from the same source and that they could be upgraded sound wise, both versions were incomplete but can complete each other adding some parts.

About the sound, the first version on Disc One was much too hissy; the second version was better and a little more bass was added and the treble frequencies reduced.

The first four songs of the concert feature only Snowy White, a good guitarist but not so great composer; in fact I Loved Another Woman resembles too much Santana s Black Magic Woman in melody. Taylor comes in with a lengthy version of You Gotta Move; on the first version the interlude and all the beginning of You Shook Me were missing; this song was cut in two parts in the first version with a gap between both parts, now the song has   been rebuilt but some seconds are still missing between the two parts around 4.28 minutes. On I Wonder Why the last 25 seconds have been added to complete the song. Parchman Farm too was cut in two parts with a gap in-between: the song was reconstructed but a little difference can still be heard at 3.52 minutes. This show is particular because some unusual songs are played, it seems att Zoot Money s suggeestion, the first two from Ray Charles the last one from Mose Allison: Let The Good Times Roll, Sticks And Stones and Parchman Farm of Mayall s memory. The encore is Jumping Jack Flash which is incomplete but from the second version an additional 20 seconds were located, so these were added at the end. This release presents yet another incarnation of the Mick Taylor band, the sound output is excellent and the result is very nice to the ears, even if it seems to be running a tad too fast (I Wonder Why, Can t You Hear Me Knocking and Parchman Farm especially).


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