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TUMBLIN' DICE series (M. Taylor, B. Keys, I. Neville) - Vol 06 - 07 May 1993 - New York City (2 sets)
Posted by: StonyRoad, January 29, 2022 12:01
With TUMBLIN’ DICE
This is a series dedicated to Mick Taylor's shows with Tumblin’ Dice.
Tumblin’ Dice is the name of the band that Mick Taylor toured with (mainly) in the South of the US in 1992 - 1993.
This group also included the legendary Bobby Keys and sometimes the late great Nicky Hopkins or (from the X-Pensive Winos) Ivan Neville in its line-up.
A big thank you to all the people who recorded these shows, to my two accomplices nzb and Jaap (Stonesmuziekfan) who gave me the benefit of their versions of these shows and their advice and support... and therefore without whom this project would not have been possible.
Part II: East Coast Gigs - early May 1993
NEW YORK CITY
(7th May 1993 – 2 sets)
7th May 1993: TUMBLIN' DICE. New York City, The Grand
Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Babi Floyd (voc)/Bobby Keys (sax)/Ivan Neville (keyb, voc)/
Michael Neville (bass)/Adolfo ‘Fofi’ Lancha (dr)
CD1: set 1
01 - tuning (over ‘Melissa’ from the Allman Brothers Band)
02 - I Wonder Why
03 - Mojo Hannah
04 - Baby What You Want Me To Do
05 - Hell To Tell
06 - You Shook Me
07 - band introduction
08 - Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
CD2: set 2
01 - Padlock
02 - Boogie Man
03 - Soul Serenade
04 - You Gotta Move
05 - Iko Iko
06 - Goin' South
For this show we have 2 different recordings from the same source. Jaap’s version and mine are claimed to be from TMOQ (but I’m not too sure of that) and it’s a very good recording. But only my version is lossless.
Nzb’s one was also lossless and more complete. With a curious tuning sequence before the concert starts (playing over ‘Melissa’ from the ABcool smiley and especially ‘Goin’ South’ being 8 minutes longer than on our version, this version is the most complete*, but unfortunately the sound is not as good as on our version.
I used my version here but completed it with nzb’s version after reworking the segments (channel equilibration and sound amplification).
I reworked the transitions between the tracks that now start with the song and I deleted micro-gaps between the tracks.
*Note a gap in the middle of “Goin’ South” (at 7’39), some seconds of music got lost (the moment where the tape was flipped?), so I added a short fade in/out.
As usual all the infos are taken from The Mick Taylor Complete Works Database by Nico Zentgraf