May 23, 1964: ‘The Hop To End All Hops’, University, Leicester, England
May 23, 1969: Last show of Mick Taylor as a member of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers at the Musikhalle, Hamburg, West Germany
May 23, 1971: Release of B.B. BLUNDER’s LP ‘Workers’ Playtime’, with Mick Taylor as guest on one song: ‘New Day’
May 23, 1975: Release of the I DON’T KNOW WHY / TRY A LITTLE HARDER 7″ single (Decca F 13584)
May 23, 1976: Earl’s Court, London, England
Honky Tonk Women/If You Can’t Rock Me-Get Off Of My Cloud/Hand Of Fate/Hey Negrita/Ain’t Too Proud To Beg/Fool To Cry/Hot Stuff/Star Star/You Gotta Move/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/Happy/Tumbling Dice/Nothing From Nothing/Outa Space/ Midnight Rambler/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/ Street Fighting Man/Sympathy For The Devil
May 23, 1990: Niedersachsenstadion, Hannover, West Germany
Start Me Up/Bitch/Sad Sad Sad/Tumbling Dice/Miss You/Almost Hear You Sigh/Ruby Tuesday/Rock And A Hard Place/Mixed Emotions/Honky Tonk Women/Midnight Rambler/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Can’t Be Seen/Happy/Paint It Black/2000 Light Years From Home/Sympathy For The Devil/Street Fighting Man/Gimme Shelter/Band introduction/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Satisfaction/Jumping Jack Flash
May 23, 1997: Release of LIGABUE’s CD ‘Viva’, with Mick Taylor as guest on one song: ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’
May 23, 2000: Release of the CHARLIE WATTS JIM KELTNER PROJECT’s CD ‘Charlie Watts Jim Keltner Project’
1. Shelly Manne/ 2. Art Blakey/ 3. Kenny Clarke/ 4. Tony Williams */ 5. Roy Haynes/ 6. Max Roach/ 7. Airto/ 8. Billy Higgins/ 9. The Elvin Suite
*With guest Mick Jagger on keyboards
Charlie, on the album: “It started with Jim and myself, just the two of us playing around, really. (Jim) had some sampled sequences that he wanted me to play along with, and so I did… I didn’t approach it like I would normally do in a band, where I’d just hire five guys to play the music with me… The overtones of the rhythm make a melody in themselves. So I wanted to keep the drums as sparse and as simple as possible. At the same time, we did it very electronically. And that was kind of the interest because I’m normally not very into that.
May 23, 2003: Release of HANS VAN LIER’s CD ‘Hans van Lier’, with Mick Taylor as guest on two tracks: 1. Hard Times/ 2. Mr. Goodtime On The Run
May 23, 2006: Release of MARSHA HANSEN’s (Keith’s sister-in-law) book with accompanying CD ‘My Soul Is A Witness: The Message of the Spirituals in Word and Song’, with Keith as guest.
May 23, 2019: The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft finally announces Mick and Keith have handed back the publishing royalties to ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ to its writer. In the late 1990s Allen Klein had obtained the rights, because thesong had sampled strings from the Andrew Oldham Orchestra’s version of ‘The Last Time’ without his permission.
Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/23/bitter-sweet-symphony-royalties-richard-ashcroft-verve-royalties-novello
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