TAYLOR, MICK - CD
LAGUNA BEACH 1993

LABEL:
FP 134
SOURCE:
Tracks 1-8 (The acoustic set): Laguna Beach, California, Discovery Gallery Of Music; Tracks 9-10 (The electric set): Laguna Beach, California, Marine Room Tavern, Sept.1993.
FORMAT:
2 downlioad cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
60.10/38.54.
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
Double Slimline Jewel case
 


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SOUND 8.5 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 9

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Tuning, 2. Unknown (Lock & Key), 3. Fed Up With The Blues, 4. Unknown 2 (Sometimes I Wonder Why), 5. Blind Willie McTell, 6. Separately, 7. You Gotta Move, 8. Hide Away, 9. You Shook Me.

Disc Two: 1. Unknown (Lock & Key), 2. Fed Up With The Blues, 3. Unknown 2, 4. Blues Instrumental, 5. Blind Willie McTell, 6. Separately, 7. You Gotta Move, 8. Blues Instrumental.  

 

 
REVIEW:

This release presents Mick Taylor live containing a recording from an acoustic set Mick Taylor did in the afternoon in a record store (Discovery Gallery Of Music); this recording is different from the one that already circulates. Two tracks then coming from the evening show in the Marine Room Tavern where Mick Taylor was backed by the local band The Missiles Of October. Note that the date for these shows in Laguna Beach is not confirmed .

The original recording is now de-clicked and amplified and the transition between both tracks from the electric set has been reworked.

The acoustic set already circulated, coming from another source that was published as The Blues Alone – Vol 02 (Dirty Pig – DP 002), here Taylor is alone playing acoustic guitar. On both recordings the tracks were edited but not in the same place: the Dirty Pig (=DP) version was used to complete the recording and to have the most complete result. The DP version had to be accelerated by +1,8% to be in synch with the original recording.

As for the electric set the line-up consisted of Mick Taylor on guitar & vocals & The Missiles Of October who usually were Poul Finn Pedersen on guitar, Frank Cotinola on drums, Jimmy Perez on bass and Richard Bredice on guitar.

Doing matrixes to find the differences between both recordings, the result was ok and it was thought other people might like it too, so it was decided to present it here as a bonus.

The merge version on the second disc has the blues instrumental reworked from FP 125 (that came from a YouTube video). The sound is great for an acoustic set and we can here listen to Mick Taylor in an uncommon environment.

 


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