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Mick Taylor "Little Red Rooster" Iridium, NYC - 5/13/12 Late Show

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Mick Taylor Band - Little Red Rooster

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Mick Taylor Little Red Rooster Live in Hungary 2001 FULL ALBUM

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Mick Taylor with The Grateful Dead Little Red Rooster

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Little Red Rooster - Mick Taylor Band

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Mick Taylor - Little Red Rooster

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Mick Taylor play Willie Dixon Little Red Rooster live 1990

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Rolling Stones - Little Red Rooster 1976

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The Rolling Stones Little Red Rooster

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Mick Taylor Band - Live in Concert 1995

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ERIC CLAPTON - "Little Red Rooster" & JOHN LEE HOOKER - "Boogie Chillun"

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Mick Taylor - Can't You Hear Me Knocking - The Iridium, NYC 5/13/12

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Mick Taylor Band - Live in Concert 1995

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John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Gary Moore - So Many Roads

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Junior Wells - Little Red Rooster

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British guitarist analyses The Rolling Stones live in 1971 with Mick Taylor!

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John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Mick Taylor - Oh, Pretty Woman

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Mick Taylor & Albert King.

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Mick Taylor - Can't You Hear me Knocking/No Expectations, 30/11/2012

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Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - "Little Red Rooster"

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Public Response On Mick Taylor Little Red Rooster

Mara Karetsos8 Months ago
🎸🎼🎼🎼🎼⭐️
Benedicte Chausson8 Months ago
BLUES
slacker slacker8 Months ago
Great est .....,.
Alex Bowman8 Months ago
This song is the same double entendre as A Drunken Sailor.
Rich Storelee8 Months ago
Smooth.
Mick Corbett8 Months ago
Why oh why, did he leave the Stones? He will always be known as a Rolling Stone. A guitar virtuoso who contributed to the Rolling Stones music.
Ramon Sanchez8 Months ago
Mick Taylor, great máster of Blues and Rock, only stopped those 4 Years that he was with the Stones he could have had a better Cárrer like that of Eric Clapton 🎸
Shawn young8 Months ago
butter
Tom Meredith8 Months ago
Too bad Mick Taylor didn't have the staying power necessary to hang in there with the Rolling Stones. I've heard the various reason's Mick bailed on the Stones, one being his escalating drug use. That being the case, what a shame Mick didn't clean up on his own and hang in there to reap the significant financial benefits around the corner. Now Mick gigs at small venues to rake in a few dollars to pay his light bill. A talented and intelligent guitar player but a very poor untalented business man. Bill Wyman hung in there during the humbling financial times and reaped the benefits of accumulating enough wealth to retire quite well from his long association with the Stones. It's sad to watch the overweight Mick Taylor perform for a handful of a crowd. He should consider promoting Weight Watchers to earn extra money. It would be great to see Mick come out on top. Maybe a lucrative book deal is possible. This shouldn't be the end of the chapter for Mick Taylor.
Adam Berwick8 Months ago
Still playing gotta love it...

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Public Response On Mick Taylor Little Red Rooster

Mara Karetsos8 Months ago
🎸🎼🎼🎼🎼⭐️
Benedicte Chausson8 Months ago
BLUES
slacker slacker8 Months ago
Great est .....,.
Alex Bowman8 Months ago
This song is the same double entendre as A Drunken Sailor.
Rich Storelee8 Months ago
Smooth.
Mick Corbett8 Months ago
Why oh why, did he leave the Stones? He will always be known as a Rolling Stone. A guitar virtuoso who contributed to the Rolling Stones music.
Ramon Sanchez8 Months ago
Mick Taylor, great máster of Blues and Rock, only stopped those 4 Years that he was with the Stones he could have had a better Cárrer like that of Eric Clapton 🎸
Shawn young8 Months ago
butter
Tom Meredith8 Months ago
Too bad Mick Taylor didn't have the staying power necessary to hang in there with the Rolling Stones. I've heard the various reason's Mick bailed on the Stones, one being his escalating drug use. That being the case, what a shame Mick didn't clean up on his own and hang in there to reap the significant financial benefits around the corner. Now Mick gigs at small venues to rake in a few dollars to pay his light bill. A talented and intelligent guitar player but a very poor untalented business man. Bill Wyman hung in there during the humbling financial times and reaped the benefits of accumulating enough wealth to retire quite well from his long association with the Stones. It's sad to watch the overweight Mick Taylor perform for a handful of a crowd. He should consider promoting Weight Watchers to earn extra money. It would be great to see Mick come out on top. Maybe a lucrative book deal is possible. This shouldn't be the end of the chapter for Mick Taylor.
Adam Berwick8 Months ago
Still playing gotta love it...