Strongest post-Stones Taylor material
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is perhaps the strongest post-Stones appearance by this elusive guitar virtuoso. Mick Taylor's in fine form and leaves most of the vocal duties and rhythm guitar work to Carla Olson. Carla can play, herself, and the interaction between her and the former Rolling Stones lead guitarist (1969-1974) is nothing short of magical. A must-have for Taylor fans and the Rolling Stones collector. Check out "Sway" with Carla on lead vocals and Taylor's rendition of "Broken Hands" (which originally appeared on his 1979 solo release "Mick Taylor")."
For Taylor Fans, This CD Rocks
(3 out of 5 stars)
"While this live recording does not capture virtuoso performance that Mick Taylor is capable of delivering, he still manages to display melodic lead playing like no one else. Credit goes to the band and Carla Olson, whose vocal style has rough edges that can be either annoying or funky, depending on your point of view, for putting a nice collection of rockers and blues derivatives, on which Mick's talens are showcased. A definite must have for Mick Taylor fans, I would also recommend this CD for those interested in British guitar players. For die hard Stones fans, Silver Train alone is worth the price of this CD."