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Blues In The Morning - Mick Taylor - A Stones Throw (CD, Album)

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  1. Stone's Throw album for sale Yet, Mick Taylor is not a household name, despite having been the best lead guitar player in the Stones. Fan or not, Stones Throw is a good blues album, from a guy who like Green and Clapton has jammed with the likes of Albert King and Buddy Guy Mick Taylor know how to play, and sing, the blues.
  2. Former Stone and John Mayall alumnus cuts loose on this session in the company of English stalwarts Max Middleton and Rabbit Bundrick. Taylor is a more than capable vocalist, and his playing as always walks the fine line between blues and rock bombast. Most revealing is the laid-back "Never Fall in Love Again," a wistful change of pace from the stronger electric side of this very rock 7/
  3. Apr 25,  · Former Rolling Stones guitar ace Mick Taylor steps out as a frontman on A Stone’s Throw (Cannonball Records ; ). Flaunting the same righteously raunchy licks that fueled such Stones classics as Sticky Fingers and Let It Bleed, Taylor delivers with seasoned assuredness on a set of originals and one cover, Bob Dylan’s moody “Blind Willie McTell.”.
  4. Mick Taylor A Stone's Throw Japanese CD album (CDLP) Tracklisting / Additional Info: 1. Secret Affair 2. Twisted Sister 3. Never Fall In Love Again 4. Losing My Faith 5. Morning Comes 6. Lost In The Desert 7. Blues In The Morning 8. Late At Night 9. Here Comes The Rain Blind Willie McTell Seperately Red House: Condition: This item.
  5. Artist: Mick Taylor Title: A Stone's Throw Year Of Release: Label: Cannonball Records/Cannonball Records Genre: Modern Electric Blues Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,log,scans) Total Time: 57'29 Total Size: MB WebSite: Album Preview.
  6. Jul 29,  · Lyrics for Blues In the Morning by Mick Taylor I got blues in the morning I got blues on my mind But if it wasn't for bad love and trouble I'd have nothing nothin nothin nothin I'd have almost nothin on my mind.
  7. A STONES THROW sounds nothing like the Rolling Stones, except for the fluid and melodic lead lines, especially when Taylor plays slide, which he does for much of the lead on the album. Mostly blues and a little jazzy rock, STONES THROW will appeal to just about any fan of Mick Taylor /5(26).
  8. Jul 24,  · I love Mick Taylor's playing. I had high hopes for him, and have listened to most of what he did pre- and post-Stones. But, really, the Stones were the high point of Mick Taylor's career. Mick Taylor's solo album is enjoyable, and I play it, but it's not memorable.

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