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Mick Taylor - Stranger In This Town


1990
Label: Maze Music - MCD 1062 • Format: CD • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock
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This is a blues album, make no doubt about it, and it is one of Taylor 's finest. Keith Richard producer Rob Fraboni re-mixed the title track, as well as the almost six minute version of one of Taylor 's favorite Stones tunes, "Jumpin' Jack Flash. Carol After The Boy Gets The Girl - Wayne Walker - How Do You Think I Feel?

- The Singer And His Songs photographs of the rock legend are something to behold; Taylor under a blue light performing with his shadow reflecting on the floor adorns the back of the CD, as well as the inside four-page booklet. The front cover has the journeyman with his guitar and a long, black coat, and there's an impressive black-and-white portrait inside the booklet.

He performs Albert King 's "I Wonder Why" and "Laundromat Blues," citing King in the liner notes as "a big influence, and Mick Taylor - Stranger In This Town man who is wise and whom I respect and admire.

Were that the case, he would have had the opportunity to enjoy the popularity of a Buddy Guy or B. Kingand the general public would have a better understanding of this superb and highly underrated artist. Musicians know, and all the evidence needed is on this disc. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy.

Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.

Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Blues. Track Listing. Stranger in Town. Mick Taylor. I Wonder Why. Albert King. Laundromat Blues. Sandie Jones. Jumpin' Jack Mick Taylor - Stranger In This Town. Little Red Rooster. Goin' South. You Gotta Move. Stranger in Town Mick Taylor. I Wonder Why Albert King. Laundromat Blues Sandie Jones. Goin' South Mick Taylor.


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  1. Mick Taylor,whom along with Peter Green, is one of the truly great British Blues Players, lent his distinctive solo style to enhance superior John Mayall albums like Crusade, Bare Wires and Laurel Canyon, as well as the string of the Rolling Stones albums thru their most creative period/5(9).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mick Taylor - Stranger In This Town at Discogs. Complete your Mick Taylor collection/5(29).
  3. Shadow Man (re-release of an album from ) () – originally released by Alpha Music in Japan in , this "Mick Taylor featuring Sasha" album should have read "Sasha featuring Mick Taylor", but the company felt it would sell better under a household name. It features Mick Taylor on guitar, but is basically a Sasha Gracanin album.
  4. Feb 10,  · Mick Taylor,whom along with Peter Green, is one of the truly great British Blues Players, lent his distinctive solo style to enhance superior John Mayall albums like Crusade, Bare Wires and Laurel Canyon, as well as the string of the Rolling Stones albums thru their most creative period/5(9).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Stranger In This Town on Discogs.4/4(2).
  6. Mick Taylor () Stranger in this Town () Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Mick Taylor is the debut studio album by the former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, released in Though the album was acclaimed by critics, the album's blues-based style was somewhat unfashionable at the time of release, when punk and new wave were becoming more morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: Blues rock.
  7. Stranger in This Town Live album by Mick Taylor. Stranger in This Town I Wonder Why Laundromat Blues Red House / Goin' Down Slow Jumpin' Jack Flash Little Red Rooster Goin' South You Gotta Move External links Amazon: search for.
  8. Mick Taylor's Stranger in This Town was recorded mostly in Sweden in the summer of , except for "Little Red Rooster," recorded in Germany, and "You Gotta Move," the traditional blues number found on the Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers, recorded in Philadelphia in December of This is a blues album, make no doubt about it, and it is one of Taylor's finest.6/

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