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Album Review

Former Stone and John Mayall alumnus cuts loose on this 1999 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-oriented blues album. Other highlights include "Lost in the Desert," "Late at Night," and "Blind Willie McTell."

Customer Reviews

Stones never were the same since he left

This album is very good, you can see why Taylor is often credited with being a real creative asset with the Stones in the studio. No offense to Ron Wood, who is a solid guitarist, but he has added nothing to the Stones in terms of songwriting. Most critics believe the Stones studio recordings went down after Taylor left, and this CD is proof he can write songs. When Wyman left the Stones, Mick & Keith should have called Taylor up! Heck, "A Stones Throw" is MUCH better than anything the Stones have put out in years.

Must have

I purchased this album several years ago just after the purchase of MT's original solo offering. This is a must have for any true Stones fan! All works are completely original - it's simply amazing how MT can express such deep emotions through the guitar. SUPPORT this exceptional artist.


Born: January 17, 1948 in Hereford, Hereford & Worcester, E

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

There's no denying the great string of classic albums the Rolling Stones issued during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s -- 1969's Let It Bleed, 1970's Get Yer Ya Ya's Out, 1971's Sticky Fingers, and 1972's Exile on Main St. But while Jagger and Richards received the lion's share of credit for these aforementioned albums, it was the guitar work, and uncredited songwriting contributions, of Mick Taylor that helped make these albums so special. Born Michael Kevin Taylor on January 17, 1949, in Welwyn Garden...
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