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Mick TAYLOR: The Uncirculating Maidenlane Tapes Vol 10: 08 December 1989 NYC (Lone Star Roadhouse) 2nd show
Posted by: StonyRoad, May 23, 2023 10:10
The Maidenlane TAPES:
a Mick Taylor tribute
Long-time Mick Taylor fan Maidenlane taped a number of Mick’s gigs on the East Coast (mainly in New York City) between November 1986 - May 1993 to preserve his own memories. Around the same time Mick Taylor lived in NYC and thus did a lot of concerts there, with his own bands or as a guest artist with other great musicians. Most if not all of Maidenlane’s recordings were never previously circulated among collectors, including a significant number of shows that have never circulated from any source. This will fortunately change now.
Maidenlane said he chose specifically to send these recordings to us to present these gems in the best possible way. Maidenlane will also provide some on-the-scene information and anecdotes from the shows that we will add to these publications. He asked only that we request music lovers to check their closets for recordings, so they can be preserved for study and enjoyment by future generations.
With Maidenlane and nzb we decided to form a team to present these nuggets. At first we propose to publish the shows that had never circulated (later we will study the other recordings).
Of course, we are very grateful to Maidenlane and I also would like to thank nzb for his help (his advice, judgements and expertise have been invaluable to me).
The UNCIRCULATING Maidenlane Tapes
8th December 1989
NEW YORK CITY
Lone Star Roadhouse
8th December 1989: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (2nd show)
Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (gtr, voc on 'Semolina')/Joel Diamond (keyb)/Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)
01 - tuning
02 - Blues In The Morning
03 - Goin' South
04 - Semolina
05 - Going To Mexico
06 - Blind Willie McTell
07 - I Wonder Why
I declicked the recording, edited the songs and I equilibrated the channels (+10% to the left channel). The recording had to be decelerated by -3,5%.
Note a gap after “Semolina” due to the needed tape flip but no music is lost.
As usual I used a lot the infos taken from The Mick Taylor Complete Works Database by Nico Zentgraf