TAYLOR MADE 2021

210106A  6th January: RATONES PARANOICOS. Latin American streaming device
                   (Netflix Latinoamerica) 'Rocanrol Cowboys'. Documentary by Alejandro Ruax
                   and Ramiro Martínez (77 min.), incl.
                   - live footage with MT (live in Buenos Aires, November 1993)

210131A  31st January: CARLA OLSON.
                   LP 'Sway - The Best Of Carla Olson & Mick Taylor' (Sunset Boulevard Records
                   SBR-79902LE, -US).
Incl. one previously unreleased live track:
                   - Sway (MJ/KR) -live at Slim's, San Francisco, October 11, 1991
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, bvoc)/Carla Olson (voc, gtr)/George Callins (gtr, bvoc)/
                                  Jesse Sublett (bass)/Rick Hemmert (dr)
                   Note: The track is incomplete, has some speed problems and low fi sound quality.

210217A  17th February: JOHN MAYALL.
                   35 CD-boxset 'The First Generation 1965 - 1974' (Madfish SMABX1140).
                   Incl. the following previously unreleased archive tracks:
                   BBC recordings (CD#28):
                   - The Last Time (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 30.10.1967
                   - Suspicions (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 30.10.1967
                   - Worried Love (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 30.10.1967
                   - Supermarket Day (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 30.10.1967
                   - Snowy Wood (MT/John Mayall) -Top Gear, 30.10.1967
                   - Jenny (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 30.10.1967
                   - Still Sixteen (John Mayall) -The Blues Roll On 04.03.1968
                   - Another Man's Land (John Mayall) -The Blues Roll On 04.03.1968
                   - Picture On The Wall (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 26.03.1968
                   - Knockers Step Forward (MT/John Mayall) -Top Gear, 26.03.1968
                   - The Last Time (John Mayall) -Top Gear, 26.03.1968
                   - Rock Me Baby (B.B. King/Joe Josea) -Top Gear, 26.03.1968
                   - Oh, Pretty Woman (A.C. Williams) -Top Gear, 26.03.1968
                   - Long Gone Midnight (John Mayall) -Radio One Club 12.11.1968
                   - It Hurts Me To Leave (John Mayall) -Radio One Club 12.11.1968

                   Seventh National Jazz & Blues Festival (live in Windsor 13.08.1967)(CD#31):
                   - Driving Sideways (Freddie King/Sonny Thompson/Willie Bridges)
                   - I Can’t Quit You Baby (Willie Dixon)
                   - Sonny Boy Blow (John Mayall)
                   - Stand Back Baby (John Mayall)
                   - Oh, Pretty Woman (A.C. Williams)
                   - It's My Own Fault (John Mayall)
                   - Ridin' On The L&N (Dan Burley/Lionel Hampton)
                    Line-up: MT (gtr)/John Mayall (voc, org, p, harm, gtr)/John McVie (bass)/
                                   Keef Hartley (dr)/Chris Mercer (tsax)/Rip Kant (bsax)

                   Gothenburg 1968 (live in Gothenburg 04.12.1968)(CD#32):
                  - Oh Baby (John Mayall)
                  - Baby You’re Wrong (John Mayall)
                  - Worried About You (John Mayall)
                   - Somebody’s Acting Like A Child (John Mayall)
                   - Oh Wee Baby (John Mayall)
                   - It Hurts Me To Leave (John Mayall)
                   - Hey Little Girl (John Mayall)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr)/John Mayall (voc, gtr, keyb, harm)/Stephen Thompson
                                  (bass)/Colin Allen (dr)

                   Berlin 1969 (live in Berlin 21.05.1969)(CD#33):
                   - A Variation Of Somebody's Acting Like A Child (John Mayall)
                   - Baby Child (John Mayall)
                   - Checkin’ Up On My Baby (Sonny Boy Williamson)
                   - When I Lost My Baby Child (John Mayall)
                   - 240l (John Mayall)
                   - Treat Me This Way(John Mayall)
                   - Goin' Down The Road (John Mayall)
                   - Ready To Ride (John Mayall)
                   - Help Me Baby (John Mayall)
                   - When I See My Baby (John Mayall)
                    Line-up: MT (gtr)/John Mayall (voc, harm, keyb, gtr)/Steven Thompson (bass)/
                                   Colin Allen (dr)

                   Bremen 1969 (live in Bremen 22.05.1969)(CD#34):
                   - I Got A Pretty Baby (John Mayall)
                   - Checkin’ Up On My Baby (Sonny Boy Williamson)
                   - Parchman Farm (Mose Allison)
                   - Time Has Come (John Mayall)
                   - 2401 (Sonny Boy Williamson)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr)/John Mayall (voc, harm, keyb, gtr)/Steven Thompson (bass)/
                                  Colin Allen (dr)


210226A  26th February: CORKY LAING/MICK TAYLOR.
                   2 CDs 'Live At Club Tip Toe'' (Gonzo Multimedia HST567CD). Recorded live in
                   Bridgeport, Connecticut at Club Tip Toe on June 4, 1988.                 
                   CD1 (first set):
                   - Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham)
                   - Laundromat Blues (Sandy Jones)
                   - Politician (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown)
                   - Red House (Jimi Hendrix)
                   - Crossroads (Robert Johnson)
                   - Leather Jacket (MT)
                   - Lucille (Albert Collins/Richard Penniman)
                   - Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh/Joe Vitale)
                   CD2 (second set):
                   - Money (Jamie Bradford/Berry Gordy Jr.)
                   - Born Under A Bad Sign (Booker T. Jones/William Bell)
                   - Theme From An Imaginary Western (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown)
                   - Sunshine Of Your Love (Jack Bruce/Pete Brown)
                   - Instrumental (MT/Corky Laing/Mark Clarke/Lester Chambers?)
                   - Honky Tonk Women (MJ/KR)
                   - Mississippi Queen (Leslie West/Corky Laing/Felix Pappalardi/David  Rea)
                   - Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (MJ/KR)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Corky Laing (dr, voc)/Mark Clarke (bass)/Lester
                                  Chambers (perc)/Gerry Moll (congas)
                   Note: Originally this band was billed as Corky Laing's All Stars (see 880603A).

210404A  4th April: German TV (ZDF) 'ZDF History' "Mick Jagger - der gemachte Rebell?".
                   43 minute documentary by Thomas Staehler. Incl. (the previously uncirculating)
                   - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Munich 28.09.73, 1st show, part only

210521A  21st May: US streaming TV (Apple+) '1971 - The Year That Music Changed
                   Everything". Episode 2 "End Of The Acid Dream", incl.
                   - interview with MJ (at Hotel Byblos, St. Tropez, France, March 1971)
                   - footage of MJ, MT & CW in Paris, September 22, 1970
                   - interview with Marshall Chess (audio only)
                   - interview with Ahmet Ertegun
                   - backstage-footage (Paris, Palais des Sports, September 24, 1970)
                   - interview with MJ (audio only)
                   - interview with KR by Robert Greenfield (audio only)
                   - interview with author Robert Greenfield (audio only)
                   - interview with photographer Dominique Tarlé (audio only)
                   - footage of the band recording at Sumet-Burnet Studios, Dallas, June 23, 1972
                   + more

210521B  21st May: US streaming TV (Apple+) '1971 - The Year That Music Changed
                   Everything". Episode 6 "Exile", incl.
                   - interview with Andy Johns (audio only)
                   - interview with Marshall Chess (audio only)
                   - interview with Anita Pallenberg (audio only)
                   - interview with KR (audio only)
                   - interview with BW (audio only)
                   - interview with author Robert Greenfield (audio only)
                   - interview with MJ (audio only)
                   - footage of KR playing in hotel room with a handgun (origin not known)
                   - footage of the band walking on Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, early 1972
                   - interview with MJ & KR (with CW & BW in the off) by Erling Bundgaard, in
                         Espergaerde (near Copenhagen), Denmark, October 5, 1973
                   + more

210717A  17th July: BOB DYLAN.
                    EP 'The Reggae Remix EP' (Legacy/Columbia 19439868941). Producers: Bob
                    Dylan & Mark Knopfler. Four mixes by Doctor Dread (two of them previously
                    unreleased). For more info, see 831101A and 040810A.
                    A: Jokerman (Bob Dylan) -Reggae Remix; previously unreleased
                    A: Jokerman (Bob Dylan) -Dub Mix; previously unreleased
                    B: I And I (Bob Dylan) -Reggae Remix
                    B: I And I (Bob Dylan) -Dub Mix
                    Line-up: MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Mark Knopfler (gtr)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/
                                   Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Alan Clark (keyb)/Sammy Figueroa (perc)
                    Note: Released as part of the Record Store Day 2021.

210721A  21st July: BOB DYLAN.
                   Download-track (Columbia). Produced by Bob Dylan & Mark Knopfler. Recorded
                   in New York City, The Power Station on April 23, 1983.
                   - Too Late (Bob Dylan) -band version
                   Line-up:  MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Mark Knopfler (gtr)/Alan Clark (keyb)/
                                   Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)
                   Note: Early version of Foot Of Pride. Teaser track for The Bootleg Series 16 (see
                             210917B).

210730A  30th July: INGA RUMPF.
                    2 CDs 'Universe Of Dreams/Hidden Tracks' (earMUSIC 0216920EMU,
                    -Germany). Incl. a previously unreleased archive track with a MT guitar solo
                    overdub, produced by Rob Fraboni and co-produced by Ricky Fataar in
                    New York City, probably at Studio 900, in 1987.
                    - I Am I (Inga Rumpf/Niko Müller)
                    Line-up: MT (gtr solo)/Inga Rumpf (voc)/Johnny Lee Schell (gtr)/Nicky
                                   Hopkins (org)/Richard Tee (p)/Amanda Vincent (keyb)/James
                                   Hutchinson (bass)/Ricky Fataar (dr)/Ray Cooper (perc)
                    Note: Check RS entry 210730A for contributions of KR & RW.

210819A  19th August: THE ROLLING STONES.
                    Download-track (Promotone/Polydor/Universal). Producers: The Glimmer Twins.
                    Basic track recorded in Munich between February 8 and March 3, 1974.
                    Reworked in spring 2021 at RAK Studios in London.
                    - Living In The Heart Of Love (MJ/KR)
                    Line-up: MJ (voc)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/MT (gtr)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/CW (dr)/Nicky
                                   Hopkins (p)/Matt Clifford (p)
                    Note: First advance track for the upcoming Tattoo You deluxe release (due out
                              October 22).

210820A  20th August: BOB DYLAN.
                    7" single (Third Man Records TMR-740, -US). Producers: Bob Dylan and Mark
                    Knopfler. Recorded in New York City, Power Station Studios, on April 11, 1983.
                    A: Blind Willie McTell (Bob Dylan) -take 1
                    B: Blind Willie McTell (Bob Dylan) -take 5
                    Line-up: MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, p, harm)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly
                                   Dunbar (dr)/Alan Clark (org)
                    Note: Both takes previously unreleased. Mark Knopfler is credited as guitarist on
                               side B (take 5), but it might be MT playing on this take as well.

210916A  16th September: BOB DYLAN.
                    Newly edited promotional film, filmed in New York City, Power Station Studios,
                    April 30, 1983. Directors: The Maysles Brothers (Albert & David Maysles).
                    - Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight (Bob Dylan) -version 2
                    Line-up: MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm)/Mark Knopfler (gtr)/Alan
                                   Clark (keyb)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)

210917A  17th September: THE RONNIE WOOD BAND.
                    CD 'Mr Luck - A Tribute To Jimmy Reed: Live At The Royal Albert Hall' (BMG
                    538682242). Producers: RW, Rod Callan & Anna Donarski. Sound engineers:
                    Rod Callan & Anna Donarski. Mixed by Bob Clearmountain & Brandon Duncan.
                    Recorded live at the 'BluesFest' in London at Royal Albert Hall, on November 1,
                    2013. Incl.
                    - Good Lover (Mary Lee Reed)
                    - I'm Mr. Luck (Jimmy Reed) -under title Mr Luck
                    - Let’s Get Together (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Ain’t That Loving You Baby (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Honest I Do (Jimmy Reed)
                    - High And Lonesome (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Baby What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Roll and Rhumba (Jimmy Reed)
                    - You Don’t Have To Go (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Shame Shame Shame (Jimmy Reed)
                    - I’m That Man Down There (Jimmy Reed)
                    - Got No Where To Go (Jimmy Reed/Al Smith)
                    - Big Boss Man (Al Smith/Luther Dixon)
                    - I Ain’t Got You (Billy Boy Arnold)
                    - I’m Going Upside Your Head (Johnnie Mae Dunson)
                    - Bright Lights, Big City (Jimmy Reed/Mary Lee Reed)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr)/RW (gtr, harm, voc)/Dave Green (upright bass)/Dexter Hercules
                                  (dr)/Ian Jennings (bass)/Ben Waters (p; not all songs)
                   Note: With special guests Tom Hare (gtr, voc) on Baby What You Want Me To Do,
                              Bobby Womack (gtr, voc) on Big Boss Man and Bright Lights, Big City,
                              Mick Hucknall (voc) on Nowhere To Go, Paul Weller (gtr, voc) on Shame
                              Shame Shame.

210917B  17th September: BOB DYLAN.
                   5 CD boxset 'Springtime In New York: The Bootleg Series Vol. 16 1980 - 1985'
                   (Columbia Records 19439865802MC). Incl. 21 previously unreleased archive tracks
                   with MT on guitar, all recorded at Power Station Studios, New York City in
                   April/May 1983, produced by Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler (with exception of
                   Enough And Enough which was probably produced by Glyn Johns and Tight
                   Connection To My Heart, which was produced by Bob Dylan). MT's contribution to
                   Tight Connection To My Heart might be a leftover from the 1983 Power Station
                   sessions. Incl.
                   - Jokerman (Bob Dylan) -alternate take, April 14, 1983, with Sammy Figueroa on
                        percussion
                   - Blind Willie McTell (Bob Dylan) -take 5; previously released, see 210820A
                   - Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight (Bob Dylan) -alternate take 1; April 11, 1983
                   - Don't Fall Apart On Me Tonight (Bob Dylan) -alternate take 2; April 12, 1983
                   - Neighborhood Bully (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; April 19, 1983, with RW on
                        additional guitar
                   - Someone's Got A Hold Of My Heart (Bob Dylan) -outtake; April 26, 1983
                   - This Was My Love (Jim Harbert) -outtake; April 20, 1983
                   - Too Late (Bob Dylan) -band version, April 23, 1983, previously released, see
                         210721A
                   - Foot Of Pride (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; April 25, 1983
                   - Clean Cut Kid (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; April 15, 1983
                   - Sweetheart Like You (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; April 18, 1983
                   - Baby What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) -outtake; May 2, 1983
                   - Tell Me (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; April 21, 1983
                   - Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground (Willie Nelson) -alternate take; May 2, 1983
                   - Julius And Ethel (Bob Dylan) -outtake; April 27, 1983
                   - Green, Green Grass Of Home (Curly Putnam) -outtake; May 2, 1983
                   - Union Sundown (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; May 2, 1983
                   - Lord Protect My Child (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; May 2, 1983
                   - I And I (Bob Dylan) -alternate take; April 27, 1983
                   - Enough Is Enough (Bob Dylan) -live in Slane Castle, July 8, 1984
                   - Tight Connection To My Heart (Bob Dylan) -alternate mix; January & March 1985
                   Musicians 1983-sessions: MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm, p)/Mark Knopfler
                                     (gtr)/Alan Clark (keyb)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)/Clydie
                                     King (bvoc)
                    Line-up 'Enough Is Enough': MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p)/
                                  Greg Sutton (bass)/Colin Allen (dr)
                   Line-up 'Tight Connection…': MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm)/Alan Clark
                                  (keyb)/Richard Scher (synth)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar
                                  (dr)/Bashiri Johnson (perc)/Peggi Blu, Carol Dennis and Queen Esther
                                  Marrow (bvoc)

211005A  5th October: BOB DYLAN.
                   Previously unreleased promotional film, filmed in New York City, Power Station
                   Studios, April 30, 1983. Directors: The Maysles Brothers (Albert & David Maysles).
                   - License To Kill (Bob Dylan) -version 2
                   Line-up: MT (gtr)/Bob Dylan (voc, gtr, harm)/Mark Knopfler (gtr)/Alan
                                  Clark (keyb)/Robbie Shakespeare (bass)/Sly Dunbar (dr)

211022A  22nd October: THE ROLLING STONES.
                   2 CDs 'Tattoo You (40th Anniversary)' (Polydor/Universal 383 494-1).
                   Incl. Tattoo You (see 810827A) newly remastered by Stephen Marcussen
                   and a bonus-CD with previously unavailable studio tracks. For more info on
                   the tracks see RS210500A.
                   CD2 Lost & Found, incl.
                   - Living In The Heart Of Love (MJ/KR) -previously released, see 210819A
                   - Come To The Ball (MJ/KR) -with MT on slide guitar
                   - Fast Talking, Slow Walking (MJ/KR) -with MT on lead guitar