LIVE WEST COAST TOUR VOL.1
|unknown venue, Huntington Beach, 1st March 1990
|1 downlioad cdr
|Audience stereo, unknown generation TDK D90 cassette from trade (tracks 1-9) and unknown generation TDK AR90 (tracks 10-12) from trade > SONY TC-WE475 cassette recorder/player > SONY Sound Forge Studio 9.0, size: wav 630MB> tracked with CD Wave Editor> TLH > flac 361MB and an FFP file which verified.
|single slimline jewel case
SOUND 8.5 / PACKAGING 10
/ PERFORMANCE 9.5
2. I Never Wanted To Try, 3. Remember That Moon, 4. Who Put The Sting On The
, 5. Slow Rollin’
Train, 6. Trying To Hold On, 7. Rubies And Diamonds, 8
. See The Light, 9. Broken Hands, 10. Sway, 11.
You Can’t Move In, 12. Clean Cut Kid, 13.Outro (Band Intro).
This project was born after discovering the new ‘Best of’-LP by Carla Olson
and Mick Taylor, available only as 12” vinyl LP.
, as a novelty,
used the end of a version of Sway ... which was already circulating among
collectors: this version was taken from a bootleg in bad sound quality. So, it
has been decided to publish this collection of recordings that are circulating;
who knows, maybe another version of Sway will be used for the next 'Best of'?
In fact there are a couple of official
releases of the concerts that feature C.Olson and M.Tayor, one being Too Hot
For Snakes (Razor & Tie) and Too Hot For Snake Plus (Collector’s Choice
Music) which presents tracks from The Ritz shows from March 4th; another
official release of this show was just called
Live (Demon Fiend-Sonet), Live at the Roxy
(Jasmac). A cd single with Sway/Silver Train was also released (Demon Rec,) with
tracks taken from the Roxy concerts.
For these concerts the line-up was: Mick Taylor on guitar and vocals, Carla
Olson on vocals and guitar, George Callins on guitar and backing vocals, Jesse
Sublett on bass and backing vocals, Rick Hemmert on drums plus Ian McLagan on
keyboards, Juke Logan on harmonica, Lisa Bronston or Bronstein on backing
vocals, Phil Kenzie and Tom Junior Morgan on sax.
an incomplete but very good recording is circulating.
Some of the
reworks included: for all tracks: sound amplification around +2 db, transitions
between the tracks reworked so that
now each starts with a song, but they were
often preceded by a gap:
deleted or upgraded on track 2 at 3’27, on track 4 at 5’38, on track 5 at 5’42,
on track 7 at 5’43 and on track 10 at 4’45. About tuning: channel re-balanced
(+30% to the left) and some micro noises deleted. Note that there is a fade
in/out before the encore Clean Cut Kid.
has also been deleted a 4 seconds count-in sequence which was repeated before
the start of Sway. These songs do not come from one recording but from 2
different ones, the first 9 tracks from a great, but incomplete source, the remaining
ones from a less good source, which however featured what was missing on the
other one; there is however a rumor that claims the first 9 tracks come from
the early show and the remaining tracks from the second one. The main recording
is quite nice and Taylor’s guitar stands out with his descriptive style filled
of razor blades solos embellishing the tunes, remarkable is of course Sway
which clocks in at 5.47 and is for sure the concert’s highlight. Other rarely
played songs are Taylor’s Broken Hand here he sings lead vocals that is sung
live here for the first time and Dylan’s Clean Cut Kid, apart from Carla Olson’s
Just a bunch of homemade cdr offered
this recording which in this form is certainly presented in its best shape.
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