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Live In London

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Secret Affair
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Love's An Illusion
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No Resting Place
5:57
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Put Your Loving Arms Around Me
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Blind Willie McTell
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You Gotta Move
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Take Me To The Station
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Red House
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 73:30

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Not what I expected

ParrottHead

Its probably my own fault, but this is not what I expected: there was a reason Mick never sang apparently, his studio tracks are obviously 'fixed' while this live stuff really bares witness to the reality (not real good); and to make it worse (after my first listen, I though "I'll keep it on the iPod for Red House and maybe when I'm in the mood for live guitar music") the quality of the recording is not good at all either. Like I said though, maybe I shouldn't be surprised - he should be playing guitar only, and leave the singing to someone else.

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Great Music

finnagain57

This guy should have made 10 more albums, his voice is arresting, his guitar playing is on my 10 Ten all time lists, what he did with the Stones on Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main Street will never be beat!

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great guitar / horrible recording

danielkruzel

Mick Taylor is a great guitarist, and this could have been great, but whomever recorded/mixed this had his head up his %$#. Why Emusic even sells this, is unforgivable. I am canceling my subscription right now.

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By John Morthland, Contributor

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