Mick Taylor / Laing,Corky - Live At Club Tip Toe | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. Hi-Heel Sneakers
2. Laundromat Blues
3. Politiician
4. Red House
5. Crossroads
6. Leather Jacket
7. Lucille
8. Rocky Mountain Way
9. Money
10. Born Under a Bad Sign
11. Theme from An Imaginary Western
12. Sunshine of Your Love
13. Instrumental
14. Honky Tonk Woman
15. Mississippi Queen
16. Can't You Hear Me Knocking?

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In the late 1980s I lived in Westport, Connecticut. I was between jobs and bands, and so were many of my contemporaries. Luckily many of them lived close by, or would otherwise frequent the area, and I was able to put together a number of "Corky Laing All Stars" shows in 1988 and 1989. The musicians would change from show to show, however Mark Clarke (ex Uriah Heep and Mountain) played bass quite frequently and Roger Ball (ex Average White Band) was often on saxophone. At one time or another, I was happy to be joined on stage by the likes of Levon Helm (The Band), Meatloaf, Felix Cavaliere (ex The Rascals), and Mick Taylor (ex Rolling Stones). Here you can listen to the one where Mick Taylor joins me on stage!