TAYLOR, MICK - CD
WITH CORKY LAING LIVE AT CLUB TIP TOE

LABEL:
Gonzo B08PJ1LHYS
SOURCE:
Club Tip Toe, Bridgeport June 4th 1988 1st show (Disc One), June 4th 1988 2nd show (Disc Two).
FORMAT:
2 cd
RUNNING TIME:
54.31/50.46
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo
PACKAGING:
Gatefold Digipack
 


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SOUND 9.5 / PACKAGING 8.5 / PERFORMANCE 9

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Hi Heeled Sneakers, 2. Laundromat Blues, 3. Politician, 4. Red House, 5. Crossroads, 6. Leather Jacket, 7. Lucille, 8. Rocky Mountain Way.

Disc Two: 1. Money, 2. Born Under A Bad Sign, 3. Theme From An Imaginary Western, 4. Sunshine Of Your Love, 5. Instrumental, 6. Honky Tonk Women, 7. Mississippi Queen, 8. Can’t You Hear Me Knocking?  


 
REVIEW:

This release is part of the so called grey market, that is you can buy it online from famous wholesale retailer companies although not fully authorized by all artists involved; in this case it seems Taylor was not very happy about its release. Anyway, Corky Laing did not oppose to it, since he even wrote some notes about the concerts:

In the late 1980s I lived in Westport, Connecticut. I was between jobs and bands, and so were many of my contemporaries. Luckily many of them lived close by, or would otherwise frequent the area, and I was able to put together a number of Corky Laing All Stars shows in 1988 and 1989. The musicians would change from show to show, however Mark Clarke (ex Uriah Heep and Mountain) played bass quite frequently and Roger Ball (ex Average White Band) was often on saxophone. At one time or another, I was happy to be joined on stage by the likes of Levon Helm (The Band), Meatloaf, Felix Cavaliere (ex The Rascals), and Mick Taylor (ex Rolling Stones). Here you can listen to the one where Mick Taylor joins me on stage!”

The line-up consists of Mick Taylor on guitar and vocals, Corky Laing on drums and vocals, Mark Clarke on bass, Lester Chambers (formerly of the Chambers Brothers and Electric Flag) on percussions and keyboards. This show already came out on a Japan no label release called Leather Jacket in the same quality, credited to what used to be called Corky Laing’s All Star. This recording is good although vocals are a bit down in the mix; frankly I have some doubts about these having been two shows, it seems to me they are the same concert with an interruption in the middle, in fact it sounds strange that there are no tracks played on both shows, it seems instead that the second part of the concert features different tracks with regards to the first one. Anyway, the music output is good and hearing Taylor guitar licks is enough these days.


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