Volume Sixteen has another recording from New York’s Lonestar Roadhouse this
time from February 90, this being the first show. The line-up was:
Mick Taylor on guitar
and vocals, Jon Paris on guitar, vocals and harmonica, Teo Leyasmeyer on keyboards,
Emmanuel 'Chulo' Gatewood on bass and Damon Duewhite on drums.
Blues and You Gotta Move were published on a promotional 3" cd-single (Fun
House FXD 5029) in Japan in August 1990. There already was a recording of this
Maidenlane's version is very interesting because it has a
better sound than what was circulating before and it’s more complete containing
the end of Shake Your Moneymaker and the outro which was missing on the other
source, but misses the biggest part of the tuning before the show start.
This recording has now been edited, de-clicked and both
channels rebalanced (+20 to +30% to the left channel). Note that the
promotional release of Laundromat Blues was edited from 2’15 to 6’00 (a
keyboard and 3 guitar solos were deleted) and that You Gotta Move on the promo-cd
was from the 2nd show. This is a great recording only lacking some
bass in my opinion, about Shake Your Moneymaker it is just a signature tune
played while Jon Paris mentions the band’s members.