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Mick Taylor: The Other Mick...

Interview by Royston Eldridge, Melody Maker, June 1969

MICK TAYLOR, 20-year-old ex-Bluesbreaker from Welwyn, and for just over a week the new guitarist with the group that first brought rebellion to pop. ...

Mick Taylor Interviewed

Interview by Tony Norman, Fusion, November 1969

MICK TAYLOR is 20 years old and has been gifted with the ability to play fine guitar. His pale, young face is framed by a ...

The Rolling Stones: Dead Goats And Other Delicacies

Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, September 1973

THE CURRENT European tour has again given us all the opportunity to dogmatically state that the Rolling Stones are indeed the greatest rock 'n' roll ...

Mick Taylor: But I Still Love Him...

Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, October 1974

...admits a "thoroughly reasonable," or maybe just "resignedly realistic," MICK TAYLOR as he lets us in on what it's like to be a Secondary Stone in this year of Our Lord 1974... ...

The Rolling Stones: Melodrama in Munich

Report and Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, December 1974

Blockaded in a Hilton cocktail bar the Rolling Stones bathe their wounds in whisky... while Jagger recounts the events that led to Mick Taylor quitting ...

Bruce and Taylor's Band of Misfits

Interview by Barbara Charone, Rolling Stone, July 1975

LONDON – "I had three choices: give up completely, find a backing group to play my songs mechanically, or become a sideman playing bass in ...

Mick Taylor: A Portrait Of The Young Man As A Solo Artist

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, April 1978

IT'S STRICTLY a question of roots. Just the other day Capital Radio played 'Wonderful World' by Art Garfunkel supported with tunefully bland vocal assistance from ...

Mick Taylor In His Own Write

Interview by Barbara Charone, Creem, May 1978

IT IS NOT presumptuous to wonder where Mick Taylor has been the last three years. The answer is quite simple. In the studio. When he ...

Stone Alone: A Rare Interview with Mick Taylor

Interview by Tom Graves, Rock & Roll Disc, July 1989

MICK TAYLOR initially came into the public spotlight as the very young (17 years old) replacement for the renowned Peter Green in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. ...

Saving the 100 Club

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, February 2011

"RONNIE WOOD was one of the first musicians I ever met," says Mick Taylor, seated deep in the murk of the 100 Club. "The Cherry ...

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