TAYLOR MADE 1990

900204A  4th February: New York City, Delta 88
                   Line-up: see 900221A.

900221A  21st February: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (1st show)
                  (Hideaway/Laundromat Blues/Stop Breaking Down/Red House/You Gotta
                   Move/Shake Your Moneymaker)
                  Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/John Paris (gtr, voc, harm)/Teo Leyasmeyer (keyb)/
                                 Chulo (bass)/Damon Duewhite (dr)
                  Note: Soundboard recording was made by Steven Remote with the ASL Mobil
                            Audio Truck (see 900800A).

900221B  21st February: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (2nd show)
                  (It Hurts Me Too/I Wonder Why/The Stumble/Band introduction/Phone
                   Booth/You Gotta Move/Shake Your Moneymaker/Band introduction)
                  Line-up: See above.


early March: CARLA OLSON & MICK TAYLOR. West Coast Tour.
                  Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Carla Olson (voc, gtr)/George Callins (gtr, bvoc)/
                                 Jesse Sublett (bass, bvoc)/Rick Hemmert (dr)/Ian McLagan (org, p)/
                                 Juke Logan (harm)/Lisa Bronston (bvoc)/Phil Kenzie (sax)/
                                 Tom Junior Morgan (sax)/Barry Goldberg (p on 'Midnight Mission',
                                 org on 'Silver Train') 

900301A  1st March: Huntington Beach, California,
                   (I Never Wanted To Try/Remember That Moon/Who Put The Sting On The
                    Honeybee?/Slow Rollin' Train/Trying To Hold On/Rubies And Diamonds/
                    See The Light/Broken Hands/Sway/You Can't Move In/Clean Cut Kid)

900300A  March: Long Beach, California, Bogart's
900300B  March: Isla Vista, California, Bank Of America (unsure)

900304A  4th March: Los Angeles, California, The Roxy (1st show)
                   (I Never Wanted To Try/ Remember That Moon /Who Put The Sting On The
                    Honeybee?/Slow Rollin' Train/Trying To Hold On/Rubies And Diamonds/
                    See The Light/You Can't Move In/Broken Hands/Sway/Silver Train/Midnight
                    Mission/Clean Cut Kid/Rocks Off)
                  
900304B  4th March: Los Angeles, California, The Roxy (2nd show)
                   (I Never Wanted To Try/Remember That Moon/Who Put The Sting On The
                    Honeybee?/Slow Rollin' Train/Trying To Hold On/Rubies And Diamonds/
                    See The Light/You Can't Move In/Broken Hands/Sway/You Gotta Move/
                    Hartley Quits/Midnight Mission/Clean Cut Kid/Silver Train/Band introduction)
                   Note: Soundboard recording was made.

9th - 10th March: Two East Coast Gigs.
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (gtr, voc on Semolina)/Joel Diamond
                                  (keyb)/John Paris (bass, voc)/Eric Parker (dr)    

900309A  9th March: Boston, Massachusetts, The Paradise
                   (Laundromat Blues/I Wonder Why/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    Stop Breaking Down/Band introduction/You Gotta Move/It Hurts Me Too)
                   Note: A private video is reported to exist.

900309B  9th March: US TV (?), premiere of the movie 'The Last Of The Finest', directed
                   by John Mackenzie, starring Brian Dennehy, Joe Pantoliano, Jeff Fahey & Bill
                   Paxton. Soundtrack recorded in Fall 1989 in Los Angeles, California.
                   Producer: Jack Nitzsche. Musicians: MT (gtr), Jack Nitzsche (keyb), Michael
                   Hoenig (keyb)
                  Note: No soundtrack-album ever released. Movie released on DVD on Nov. 26,
                            2011 (see 111126A).

900310A  10th March: Providence, Rhode Island, Church House
                    (Laundromat Blues/I Wonder Why/Semolina/Goin' South/Red House/
                     Stop Breaking Down/You Gotta Move/Band introduction/Hideaway)
                    Note: A private video of this show exists.

900326A  26th March: US radio ( ) 'The Live Show', incl.
                    - interview with MT

late March - early April: East Coast Tour.
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (gtr, voc)/Joel Diamond
                                  (keyb)/Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)

900328A  28th March: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (1st show)
                   (Instrumental blues/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    Band introduction/You Gotta Move)

900328B  28th March: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (2nd show)
                   (I Wonder Why/Red House/Semolina/Laundromat Blues/Little Red Rooster/
                    It Hurts Me Too)
                   Note: With special guest John Paris (harm on 'Little Red Rooster' and voc &
                              harm on 'It Hurts Me Too')

900405A  5th April: Baltimore, Maryland, Max's On Broadway
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues-Rock Me Baby-Laundromat Blues/
                    Semolina/Goin' South/Red House-Goin' Down Slow-Red House/
                    You Gotta Move/Can't You Hear Me Knocking)
                   Note: A soundboard recording is reported to exist.

900407A  7th April: Richmond, Virginia, The Metro

900400A  April: MICK TAYLOR.
                   CD 'Stranger In This Town' (Maze Records MCD 1062). Producers: MT &
                   Phil Colella.
                   - Stranger In This Town (MT) -Stockholm 6.4.89
                   - I Wonder Why (Albert King) -Stockholm 6.4.89
                   - Laundromat Blues (Sandy Jones) -Stockholm 6.4.89
                   - Red House/Goin' Down Slow (Jimi Hendrix)(James Oden) -Stockholm 6.4.89
                   - Jumping Jack Flash (MJ/KR) -Stockholm 6.4.89
                   - Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) -Germany 4/89
                   - Goin' South (MT/Jon Young) -Stockholm 6.4.89
                   - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Gary Davis) -Philadelphia 12/89
                   Line-up You Gotta Move: MT (gtr, voc)/Joel Diamond (keyb)/Blondie Chaplin
                                 (gtr)/Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)
                   Line-up all other songs: MT (gtr, voc)/Max Middleton (keyb)/Shane Fontayne
                                 (gtr)/Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)

900412A  12th April: Ein Bokek, Israel, Park Hatmarim, 'Dead Sea International Blues And
                    Soul Festival'
                    (Laundromat Blues/Leather Jacket/Semolina/Red House/Band introduction/
                     Goin' South/You Gotta Move)
                     Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (gtr, voc)/Joel Diamond (keyb)/
                                    Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)
                     Note: The whole gig was broadcast by Israelian radio.

900418A  18th April: ALL STAR BAND. Boston, Massachusetts, Hard Rock Café
                    MT plays a short set with Dave Coffey (bass) and Lyall Croft (dr)

900426A  26th April: European TV (MTV) 'News'.
                    - interview with MT (in Israel)
                    - Red House (Jimi Hendrix) -Dead Sea Bluesfestival 12.4.90, part only

26th April - 14th May: European Tour.
                  Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Blondie Chaplin (gtr, voc)/Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/
                                 Eric Parker (dr)/Max Middleton (keyb)

900426B  26th April: Berlin, West-Germany, Loft
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/Band introduction/Little Red Rooster)

900428A  28th April: Wunsiedel, West-Germany, Fichtelgebirgshalle, 'East-West Festival'
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Goin' South/Red House/
                    You Gotta Move/Little Red Rooster/Band introduction)
                   Note: The gig was broadcast live by some German radio station.

900428B  28th April: East-German TV ( ), incl.
                   - Goin' South (MT/Jon Young) -Wunsiedel 28.4.90, part only
                   Note: Televised on a later date.

900429A  29th April: Munich, West-Germany, Theaterfabrik
                   (Laundromat Blues/Leather Jacket/Semolina/Goin' South/Band introduction/
                    Red House/You Gotta Move/Can't You Hear Me Knocking)
                   Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

900429B  29th April: German TV (Tele 5). Incl.
                   - interview with MT
                   - Leather Jacket (MT) -Munich 29.4.90
                   - Laundromat Blues (Sandy Jones) -Munich 29.4.90
                   Note: Televised in late April or early May.

900430A  30th April: Nuremberg, West-Germany, Rührersaal
                  
900501A  1st May: Nieder-Ramstadt, West-Germany, Steinbruch-Theater
                    (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Goin' South/Red House/
                     Band introduction/Boogie Man/You Gotta Move)

900502A  2nd May: Frankfurt, West-Germany, Batschkapp
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move)

900503A  3rd May: Goettingen, West-Germany, Outpost
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/Little Red Rooster/Band introduction)

900504A  4th May: Hamburg, West-Germany, Grosse Freiheit

900506A  6th May: Bonn, West-Germany, Biskuithalle
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    Band introduction/You Gotta Move)

900507A  7th May: Rubigen, Switzerland, Kulturmühle Hunziken
                   (I Wonder Why/Leather Jacket/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/Laundromat Blues/Little Red Rooster/Band introduction)

900508A  8th May: Tuttlingen, West-Germany, Akzente
                    (I Wonder Why/Leather Jacket/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                     You Gotta Move/Laundromat Blues/Band introduction/Little Red Rooster)

900509A  9th May: Ludwigshafen, West-Germany,
900510A  10th May: Innsbruck, Austria, Treibhaus  

900511A  11th May: Vienna, Austria, Szene
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/Can't You Hear Me Knocking)
                   Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

900512A  12th May: Graz, Austria, Haus der Jugend
                   (Laundromat Blues/Leather Jacket/Semolina/Red House/Goin' South/
                    Band introduction/You Gotta Move/Little Red Rooster)

900513A  13th May: Leipzig, East-Germany, Haus Auensee, Sommerbühne
900514A  14th May: Chemnitz, East-Germany, Messehalle 2

900616A  16th June: YOUNG NEAL & THE VIPERS. New York City, Lone Star
                    Roadhouse.
                    (unidentified 1 "I'm A Rockin', I'm A Rollin'"/You Gotta Move-blues jam/
                     Laundromat Blues/Let It Rock/unidentified 2 "I'm Hungry")
                     Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Neal Vitullo (voc, gtr)/Hub O'Neil (bass)/Mike LaBelle
                                    (dr; unsure)/… (harm)

900708A  8th July: Long Island, New York, Grey Dunes, ‘Sunday By The Bay-Benefit’

900709A  9th July: US radio (Westwood One) 'Rockline', New York City. Host: Bob Coburn.
                   - interview with MT

13th July - 28th July: West Coast Tour.
                 Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/John Paris (gtr, voc, harm)/Max Middleton (keyb)/
                                Damon Duewhite (dr)/Kenny Aaronson (bass)
                 
900713A  13th July: Los Angeles, California, The Palomino (1st)
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Band Introduction/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/Band introduction 2)

900713B  13th July: Los Angeles, California, The Palomino (2nd)
                   (Giddy Up/I Wonder Why/Red House/Laundromat Blues/Band introduction/
                    Stop Breaking Down)

900714A  14th July: San Diego, California, Belly-Up Tavern
     
900715A  15th July: San Juan Capistrano, California, The Coachhouse
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Band introduction/Goin' South/
                    Stop Breaking Down/You Gotta Move/Band introducton 2/Little Red Rooster)

900700A  July: US radio (KSJO), San Jose.
                    - interview with MT

900700B  July: San Jose, California, Cabaret Club

900718A  18th July: San Luis Obispo, California, DK's (1st show)
                    (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House-Goin' Down Slow/Goin' South)

900718B  18th July: San Luis Obispo, California, DK's (2nd show)
                   (Giddy Up/You Gotta Move/Stop Breaking Down/Little Red Rooster/
                    Goin' South)

900719A  19th July: Santa Cruz, California,

900720A  20th July: San Francisco, California, Slim’s (1st show)
                   (Hideaway/Laundromat Blues/Stop Breaking Down/Red House/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/I Wonder Why/Giddy Up/Talk To Me Baby)

900720B  20th July: San Francisco, California, Slim’s (2nd show), incl.
                   (Goin' South/Little Red Rooster/Stranger In This Town/You Gotta Move/
                    Band introduction)

900721A  21st July: Cotati, California, Cabaret (1st show), incl.
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Goin’ South)

900721B  21st July: Cotati, California, Cabaret (2nd show), incl.
                   (Hideaway/Laundromat Blues/Stop Breakin’ Down)

900722A  22nd July: Eureka, California,

900724A  24th July: Victoria, Canada, Harpo's Cabaret
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Goin' South/Stop Breaking
                    Down/You Gotta Move/Band introduction)

900726A  26th July: Seattle, Washington, The Backstage

900727A  27th July: Salt Lake City, Utah, Snowbird Ski Resort, 'Blues Festival'
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Goin' South/Stop Breaking
                    Down/You Gotta Move)
                   Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

900728B  28th July: JOHN MAYALL. Salt Lake City, Utah, Snowbird Ski Resort,
                   ‘Blues Festival’
                   - MT announces John Mayall
                   - The Last Time (John Mayall)
                   - Oh, Pretty Woman (A.C. Williams)    
                   Line-up: MT (gtr)/John Mayall (keyb, voc)/Coco Montoya (gtr)/Freebo (bass)/
                                  Joe Yuele (dr)
                   Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

900729A  29th July: Austrian TV (ORF) 'Time Is On My Side'. Incl.
                   - interview with MT (Vienna 11.5.90)

900800A   Summer: MICK TAYLOR.
                   3" CD promo (Fun House FXD 5029 -Japan). Producers: Art Edelstein and
                   Tetsu Kobayashi. Recorded, mixed and enginnered by Steven Remote with the
                   ASL Mobil Audio Truck. Recorded live in New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse,
                   1st show.
                   - Laundromat Blues (Sandy Jones)
                   - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/John Paris (gtr)/Teo Leyasmeyer (keyb)/Chulo (bass)/
                                  Damon Duewhite (dr)

3rd - 8th August: Japanese Tour.
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Max Middleton (keyb)/John Paris (gtr, voc, harm)/
                                  Kenny Aaronson (bass)/Damon Duewhite (dr)
        
900803A  3rd August: Tokyo, Japan, Kudan Kaikan
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Goin' South/Band introduction 1/
                    Stop Breaking Down/You Gotta Move/Band introduction 2/Little Red Rooster)
                   Note: A private video of the whole show exists.

900804A  4th August: Japanese radio (FM Yokohama).
                    - interview with MT and Max Middleton

900805A  5th August: Tokyo, Japan, Hibiya Open Air Theatre
900806A  6th August: Tokyo, Japan, Harajuku Ruido (1st show)
900806B  6th August: Tokyo, Japan, Harajuku Ruido (2nd show)
900807A  7th August: Nagoya, Japan, Bottom Line (1st show)
900807B  7th August: Nagoya, Japan, Bottom Line (2nd show)

900808A  8th August: Osaka, Japan, Mido Kaikan, 'Rock Guitar Express '90'-festival
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Goin' South/You Gotta Move/
                    Band introduction/Stop Breaking Down)
   
10th August - 25th August: Australian Tour.
                  Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Max Middleton (keyb)/John Paris (gtr, voc, harm)/
                                 Kenny Aaronson (bass)/Damon Duewhite (dr)

900810A  10th August: Brisbane, Australia, Klub D'Art
900811A  11th August: Surfers Paradise, Australia, Club Pacific
900812A  12th August: Alexandra Headline, Australia, Stewarts Hotel
900814A  14th August: Bryon Bay, Australia, Arts Factory
900815A  15th August: Sydney, Australia, Revesby Roundhouse
900816A  16th August: Newcastle, Australia, Bel Air Hotel
900817A  17th August: Sydney, Australia, Parramata Asylum Club
900818A  18th August: Shellharbour, Australia, Workers Club
900819A  19th August: Sydney, Australia, Selinas Coogee Bay Hotel

900821A  21st August: Sydney, Australia, The Bridge
                   Note: The show was partly videofilmed (from stage):
                              - Goin' South (MT/Jon Young)
                              - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)
                              - Band introduction

900822A  22nd August: Australian TV (Channel 9) 'The Ray Martin Midday Show', Sydney.
                   - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)

900822B  22nd August: Sydney, Australia, The Bridge

900823A  23rd August: Melbourne, Australia, The Palace
900824A  24th August: Melbourne, Australia, Ferntree Gully Hotel
900825A  25th August: Frankston, Melbourne, Australia, Baxter Tavern

900918A  18th September: US radio ( ) 'The Live Show'.
                    - interview with MT  

late September - early October: Southamerican Tour.
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/John Paris (gtr, harm)/Joel Diamond (keyb)/
                                  Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Eric Parker (dr)  
                   Note: As supporting act for Eric Clapton.

900929A  29th September: Santiago, Chile, Estadio Nacional
                   Note: A pro-shot video is reported to exist.

901002A  2nd October: Montevideo, Uruguay, Estadio Centenario
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Red House/Goin' South/You Gotta Move/
                    Band introduction)
                   Note: Broadcast either through Uruguayan TV/radio or soundboard recording
                             was made.

901005A  5th October: Buenos Aires, Argentina, Estadio River Plate

901007A  7th October: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Praca Da Apoteose
                   Note: A pro-shot video is reported to exist.

901017A  17th October: CARLA OLSON & MICK TAYLOR.
                   CD 'Live At Roxy' (Music Scene Inc. MSI 40024 -Japan). Producers: George
                   Callins and Saul Davis. Recorded live by Mark Linett in Los Angeles, California,
                   The Roxy, 4.3.90, 2nd show.
                   - Who Put The Sting On The Honeybee? (Jesse Sublett)
                   - Slow Rollin' Train (Carla Olson/Danny Tate)
                   - Trying To Hold On (George Callins)
                   - Rubies And Diamonds (Carla Olson/George Callins)
                   - See The Light (Carla Olson)
                   - You Can't Move In (Carla Olson)
                    - Broken Hands (MT)
                   - Sway (MJ/KR)
                   - Hartley Quits (MT)
                   - Midnight Mission (Carla Olson/Barry Goldberg) -Barry Goldberg on piano
                   - Silver Train (MJ/KR) -Barry Goldberg on hammond organ
                   - You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis) -bonus track (Japan-only)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/Carla Olson (voc, gtr)/George Callins (gtr, bvoc)/
                                  Jesse Sublett (bass, bvoc)/Rick Hemmert (dr)/Juke Logan (harm)/
                                  Ian McLagan (keyb)/Lisa Bronston (bvoc)/Tom Junior Morgan and
                                  Phil Kenzie (sax)

901000A  Autumn: CARLA OLSON & MICK TAYLOR.
                   CD single (Demon Records D1072CD). Producers: George Callins and Saul Davis.
                   - Sway (MJ/KR)
                   - Silver Train (MJ/KR)
                   Note: For all other info see 901017A.
 
late October - early December: East Coast Tour.
                  Line-up: MT (gtr, voc)/John Paris (gtr, voc, harm)/Wesley Nash (keyb)/
                                 Wilbur Bascomb (bass)/Damon Duewhite (dr)

901026A  26th October: Amagansett, New York, The Stephen Talkhouse
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble/Red House/
                    Goin' South/Stop Breaking Down/You Gotta Move/Band introduction/Little
                    Red Rooster)
                 
901029A  29th October: Northampton, Massachusetts, The Iron Horse (1st show)
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble/Goin' South/
                    Stop Breaking Down)

901029B  29th October: Northampton, Massachusetts
, The Iron Horse (2nd show)
                   (Boogie Man/Easy Baby/Red House/Can't You Hear Me Knocking/Band
                     introduction/You Gotta Move/Little Queenie)

901030A  30th October: Boston, Massachusetts, Paradise


901102A  2nd November: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (1st show)
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble/Red House/
                    Goin' South)

901102B  2nd November: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (2nd show)
                   (Boogie Man/Coming Home/You Gotta Move/Stop Breaking Down/
                    Can't You Hear Me Knocking/Band introduction)

901103A  3rd November: Ardmore, Pennsylvania, 23 East Cabaret

901105A  5th November: Toronto, Canada, Diamond Club
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/Boogie Man/Red House/Goin' South/
                    Stop Breaking Down/You Gotta Move/Band introduction/Little Red Rooster)
                   Note: A private video of this show exists.

901106A  6th November: Lakewood, Ohio, Phantasy Nite Club
901108A  8th November: Indianapolis, Indiana, The Slippery Noodle
901110A  10th November: Chicago, Illinois, Cubby Bear
901112A  12th November: Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Fine Line Music Café

901113A  13th November: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Shank Hall
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble/Easy Baby/
                    Goin' South/Band introduction/Red House/Stop Breaking Down/You Gotta Move)

901115A  15th November: Lawrence, Kansas, The Bottleneck
901116A  16th November: Lawrence, Kansas, The Bottleneck

901121A  21st November: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (1st show)
901121B  21st November: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (2nd show)

901123A  23rd November: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (1st show)
901123B  23rd November: New York City, Lone Star Roadhouse (2nd show)
                   Note: A 40 min. private video of one of the shows exists, incl.
                              - I Wonder Why (Albert King)
                              - Laundromat Blues (Sandy Jones)
                              - Goin’ South (MT/Jon Young)

901130A  30th November: St. Petersburg, Florida, Janus Landing
                   (I Wonder Why/Laundromat Blues/My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble/Goin' South/
                    You Gotta Move/Stop Breaking Down)

901201A  1st December: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Sunrise Musical Theatre
                    (I Wonder Why/Red House/My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble/You Gotta Move/
                      Band introduction)

900000A  1990: ADAM BOMB. New York City, The Loft. Producer: Jack Douglas.
                   Sound engineer: Jay Messina. Recording of guitar overdubss for the CD ‘New
                   York Times’ (see 020200A). Incl.                 
                   - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -rehearsal; MT on guitar, Adam Bomb on guitar and
                        vocals
                   - Heaven Come To Me (Adam Bomb)
                   - It’s Only Rock’n Roll (MJ/KR)
                   - MacDougal Street (Adam Bomb/Phil Feit)
                   - unidentified blues (MJ/KR) -rehearsal; MT on guitar, Adam Bomb on vocals
                   - You Can't Always Get What You Want (MJ/KR) -rehearsal; MT on guitar, Adam
                        Bomb on guitar and vocals
                    Note: Private videos of the rehearsals and MT recording overdubs on the album
                              tracks exist.

900000A  late 1990: RAKATAN.
                   CD 'Better Than That' (Auriga Music Publ. AU-19 -USA). Producer:
                   Melanie Ray. Recorded at Lions Den, New York City on the 14th June 1990.
                   MT plays guitar on six songs, incl. He Can Stay, Show You and Then I'm Sure
                   You'll See.
                   - Better Than That (Melanie Ray)
                   - Song For Merlin (Melanie Ray)
                   - Give Her A Reason (Melanie Ray)    
                   - He Can Stay (Melanie Ray)
                   - Even Though They Know (Melanie Ray)               
                   - Andy (Melanie Ray)
                   - Steer Clear (Melanie Ray)
                   - When You Want It (Melanie Ray)
                   - Show You (Melanie Ray)
                   - Then I'm Sure You'll See (Melanie Ray)
                   Line-up: MT (gtr)/Melanie Ray (voc, gtr, synth)/Noel Redding (bass)/
                                  Graham Knox (dr, bvoc)/Charlie T. (sax, flute)/Jesse (bvoc)/
                                  Bill Shanley (gtr, bass)