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Mick Taylor

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The First Generation 1965-1974

Label: Madfish Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: CD1 (John Mayall Plays John Mayall, 1965): Crawling Up A Hill; I Wanna Teach You Everything; When I'm Gone; I Need Your Love; The Hoot Owl; R&B Time: Night Train/Lucille; Crocodile Walk; What's The Matter With You; Doreen; Runaway; Heartache: Chicago Line; Crocodile Walk (Bonus, Single Version).

CD2 (I'm Your Witchdoctor/Telephone Blues single, 1965): I'm Your Witchdoctor; Telephone Blues.

CD3 (Lonely Years/"Bernard Jenkins" single, 1966): Lonely Years; "Bernard Jenkins"

CD4 (Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton Disc 1 (mono), 1966): All Your Love; Hideaway; Little Girl; Another Man; Double Crossing Time; What'd I Say; Key To Love; Parchman Farm; Have You Heard; Ramblin' On My Mind; Steppin' Out; It Ain't Right.

CD5 (Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton Disc 2 (stereo + bonus), 1966): All Your Love; Hideaway; Little Girl; Another Man; Double Crossing Time; What'd I Say; Key To Love; Parchman Farm; Have You Heard; Ramblin' On My Mind; Steppin' Out; It Ain't Right; Intro Into Maudie (Bonus, Live at the Flamingo Club, 1965/11); It Hurts To Be In Love (Bonus, Live at the Flamingo Club, 1965/11); Have You Ever Loved A Woman (Bonus, Live at the Flamingo Club, 1965/11); Bye Bye Bird (Bonus, Live at the Flamingo Club, 1965/11); I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Bonus, Live at the Flamingo Club, 1965/11).

CD6 (All My Life EP, 1967): All My Life; Ridin' On The L and N ; Little By Little; Eagle Eye.

CD7 (A Hard Road, 1967): A Hard Road; It's Over; You Don't Love Me; The Stumble; Another Kinda Love; Hit the Highway; Leaping Christine; Dust My Blues; There's Always Work; The Same Way; The Supernatural; Top of the Hill; Someday After Awhile (You'll Be Sorry); Living Alone.

CD8 (Crusade, 1967): Oh, Pretty Woman; Stand Back Baby; My Time After Awhile; Snowy Wood; Man Of Stone; Tears In My Eyes; Driving Sideways; The Death Of J.B. Lenoir; I Can't Quit You Baby; Streamline; Me And My Woman; Checkin' Up On My Baby; Rubber Duck (Bonus).

CD9 (The Blues Alone, 1967): Brand New Start; Please Don't Tell; Down The Line; Sonny Boy Blow; Marsha's Mood; No More Tears; Catch That Train; Cancelling Out; Harp Man; Brown Sugar; Broken Wings; Don't Kick Me; Brand New Start (Bonus, First Version); Marsha's Mood (Bonus, First Version).

CD10 (The Diary of a Band Volume One, 1967): Blood On The Night; Edmonton - Cooks Ferry Inn (Impromptu); I Can't Quit You Baby; Medley (Keef Hartley Speech (Impromptu), Anzio Annie, Keef Hartley Interview Into John Mayall Interview, Snowy Wood, John Mayall Interview, The Lesson); My Own Fault; God Save The Queen.

CD11 (The Diary of a Band Volume Two, 1967): Gimme Some Lovin' / The Train; Crying Shame; Local Boys Makes Good (Impromptu Speech Only); Help Me; Blues In B Flat; Soul Of A Short Fat Man.

CD12 (Bare Wires, 1968): Bare Wires Suite; I'm A Stranger; No Reply; Hartley Quits; Killing Time; She's Too Young; Sandy; Intro - Look At The Girl (Bonus, Live at Falmer College, Brighton); Start Walkin' (Bonus, Live at Falmer College, Brighton).

CD13 (Blues From Laurel Canyon, 1968): Vacation; Walking on Sunset; Laurel Canyon Home; 2401; Ready To Ride; Medicine Man; Somebody's Acting Like A Child; The Bear; Miss James; First Time Alone; 1 Long Gone Midnight; Fly Tomorrow; 3 2401 (Bonus, Single Version); Wish You Were Mine (Bonus, Live in Sweden) (8.35

CD14 (Looking Back, 1969): Mr James; Blues City Shake Down; They Call It Stormy Monday; So Many Roads; Looking Back; Sitting In The Rain; It Hurts Me Too; Double Trouble; Suspicions; Jenny; Picture On The Wall.

CD15 (The Turning Point, 1969): The Laws Must Change; Saw Mill Gulch Road; I'm Gonna Fight For You J.B.; So Hard To Share; California; Thoughts About Roxanne; Room To Move; Sleeping By Her Side (Bonus); Don't Waste My Time (Bonus); Can't Sleep This Night (Bonus).

CD16 (Empty Rooms, 1969): Don't Waste My Time; Plan Your Revolution; Don't Pick A Flower; Something New; People Cling Together; Waiting For The Right Time; Thinking Of My Woman; Counting The Days; When I Go; Many Miles Apart; To A Princess; Lying In My Bed.

CD17 (USA Union, 1970): Nature's Disappearing; You Must Be Crazy; Night Flyer; Off The Road; Possessive Emotions; Where Did My Legs Go; Took The Car; Crying; My Pretty Girl; Deep Blue Sea.

CD18 (Back to the Roots Disc 1, 1970): Prisons On The Road; My Children; Accidental Suicide; Groupie Girl; Blue Fox; Home Again; Television Eye; Marriage Madness; Looking At Tomorrow; Dream With Me; Full Speed Ahead; Mr Censor Man; Force Of Nature; Boogie Albert.

CD19 (Back to the Roots Disc 2, 1970): Goodbye December; Unanswered Questions; Devil's Tricks; Travelling; Accidental Suicide (Bonus, Remix); Force Of Nature (Bonus, Remix); Boogie Albert (Bonus, Remix); Television Eye (Bonus, Remix); Prisons On The Road (Bonus, Remix): Home Again (Bonus, Remix); Mr Censor Man (Bonus, Remix); Looking At Tomorrow (Bonus, Remix).

CD20 (Thru the Years, 1971): Crocodile Walk; My Baby Is Sweeter; Crawling Up A Hill; Mama, Talk To Your Daughter; Alabama Blues; Out Of Reach; Greeny; Curly; Missing You; Please Don't Tell; Your Funeral And My Trial; Suspicions - Part 1; Knockers Step Forward; Hide And Seek.

CD21 (Memories, 1971): Memories; Wish I Knew A Woman; The City; Home In A Tree; Separate Ways; The Fighting Line; Grandad; Back From Korea; Nobody Cares; Play The Harp.

CD22 (Jazz Blues Fusion, 1972): Country Road; Mess Around; Good Times Boogie; Change Your Ways; Dry Throat; Exercise In C; Got To Be This Way.

CD23 (Moving On, 1972): Worried Mind; Keep Our Country Green; Christmas ’71; Things Go Wrong; Do It; Moving On; Red Sky; Reasons; High Pressure Living.

CD24 (Ten Years Are Gone Disc 1, 1973): Ten Years Are Gone; Driving Till The Break Of Day; Drifting; Better Pass You By; California Campground; Undecided; Good Looking Stranger; I Sell Care; Don't Hang Me Up.

CD25 (Ten Years Are Gone Disc 2, 1973): Introduction; Sitting Here Thinking; Harmonica Free Form; Burning Sun; Dark Of The Night.

CD26 (The Latest Edition, 1974): Gasoline Blues; Perfect Peace; Going To Take My Time; Deep Down Feelings; Troubled Times; The Pusher Man; One Of The Few; Love Song; Little Kitten; A Crazy Game.

CD27 (BBC Recordings 1964-1968 Disc 1): Crawling Up A Hill (Saturday Club, 1965/04/26); Heartache (Saturday Club, 1965/04/26); Crocodile Walk (Saturday Club, 1965/04/26); Bye Bye Bird (Saturday Club, 1965/04/26); I'm Your Witchdoctor (Saturday Club, 1965/10/25); Cheatin' Woman (Saturday Club, 1965/10/25); Big Town Playboy (Saturday Club, 1965/10/25); Parchman Farm (Saturday Club, 1965/10/25); Nowhere To Turn (Saturday Club, 1965/10/25); Little Girl (Jazz Beat, 1966/02/09); Hideaway (Jazz Beat, 1966/02/09); Tears In My Eyes (Jazz Beat, 1966/02/09); Parchman Farm (Jazz Beat, 1966/02/09); Burning My Fingers (Saturday Club, 1966/03/14); All Your Love (Saturday Club, 1966/03/14); Stepping Out (Saturday Club, 1966/03/14); On Top Of The World (Saturday Club, 1966/03/14); Key To Love (Saturday Club, 1966/03/14); Leaping Christine (Saturday Club, 1967/01/23); Sitting In The Rain (Saturday Club, 1967/01/23); Curly (Saturday Club, 1967/01/23); Ridin' On The L and N (Saturday Club, 1967/01/23); Dust My Blues (Saturday Club, 1967/01/23).

CD28 (BBC Recordings 1964-1968 Disc 2): No More Tears (Rhythm & Blues, 1967/02/03); Curly (Rhythm & Blues, 1967/02/03); The Last Time (Top Gear, 1967/10/30); Suspicions (Top Gear, 1967/10/30); Worried Love (Top Gear, 1967/10/30); Supermarket Day (Top Gear, 1967/10/30); Snowy Wood (Top Gear, 1967/10/30); Jenny (Top Gear, 1967/10/30); Sweet Sixteen (Blues in Britain, 1968/02/04); Interview with Alexis Korner (Blues in Britain, 1968/02/04); Another Man's Land (Blues in Britain, 1968/02/04); Picture On The Wall (Top Gear, 1968/03/26); Knockers Step Forward (Top Gear, 1968/03/26); The Last Time (Top Gear, 1968/03/26); Rock Me Baby (Top Gear, 1968/03/26); Oh, Pretty Woman (Top Gear, 1968/03/26); Long Gone Midnight (Radio One Club, 1968/11/12); It Hurts Me To Leave (Radio One Club, 1968/11/12).

CD29 (Bromley Technical College, 1967): New Start; Tears In My Eyes; Bye Bye Bird; Mama, Talk To Your Daughter; Double Trouble; Your Funeral And My Trial; Stand Back Baby; Some Day After Awhile (You'll Be Sorry); Looking Back.

CD30 (Live, 1967): Chicago Line (unedited); Your Funeral And My Trial; Four Million Knobs; Mama, Talk To Your Daughter; Intro/Chicago Line; Hi Heel Sneakers; San- Ho-Zay; Curly; Mama, Talk To Your Daughter; Telephone Blues; Brand New Start; Your Funeral And My Trial; Bad Boy; The Stumble.

CD31 (37th National Jazz & Blues Festival, 1967): Driving Sideways; I Can't Quit You Baby; Sonny Boy Blow; Stand Back Baby; Oh, Pretty Woman; It's My Own Fault; Ridin' On The L and N).

CD32 (Gothenburg, 1968): Oh Baby; Baby You're Wrong; Worried About You; Somebody's Acting Like A Child; Ooh Wee Baby (Don't Know What To Do); It Hurts Me To Leave; Hey Little Girl (Walking Down The Street).

CD33 (Berlin, 1969): Intro; Variation on Somebody's Acting Like A Child; Baby Child; Checkin' Up On My Baby; When I Lost My Baby Child; 2401; Treat Me This Way; Goin' Down The Road; Ready To Ride; Help Me Baby; When I See My Baby.

CD34 (Bremen, 1969): Got A Pretty Baby; Checkin' Up On My Baby; Parchman Farm; The Time Has Come; 2401.

CD35 (Fillmore West, 1970): Everybody Wants To Know; Band Intros; What’s The Matter With You; Travelling Man; I’ve Got To Be With You Tonight; Honey Hush.

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