- Kelly O
- It's Only Rock & Roll (But Tyler Likes It)
Tyler Stones Mix 1: 1. “All The Tired Horses” -Bob Dylan, 2. “Country Boy” -Otis Spann, 3. “Walkin' Blues” -the Butterfield Blues Band, 4. “I Can't Quit You Baby” - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, 5. “Mary Mary” -the Butterfield Blues Band, 6. “Anzio Ann” -Mick Taylor, 7. “Coming Your Way” -Fleetwood Mac, 8. “What Do You Want” —Yardbirds
Tyler Stones Mix 2: 1. “I'm Not Talking” —Yardbirds, 2. “Someone To Love” —Yardbirds, 3. “I Ain't Superstitious” -Jeff Beck, 4. “Baby (What You Want Me To Do)” -Ike and Tina, 5. “Mystery Train” -the Band, 6. “Yazoo Street Scandal” -Bob Dylan and the Band, 7. “Meet Me In The Morning” -Bob Dylan, 8. “I'm A Fool For A Cigarette/Feelin' Good” -Ry Cooder
Where is this music from? How does it tie into the Stones?
Tyler: These songs are from my Dad's old records. I think it was what people bought waiting for the next Stones record to come out. A lot of it is the mid to late sixties, even early seventies British and American blues/rock scene. Mick Taylor came to the Stones from John Mayall’s group after Peter Green and Eric Clapton. Jeff Beck from the Yardbirds later did stuff with Ron Wood and Rod Stewart - all old jam buddies with the Stones. Ike and Tina are featured in the Stones’ Gimme Shelter movie. Paul Butterfield's group was part of the American equivalent of the younger blues/rock scene. Ry Cooder played on a bunch of Stones stuff like Let it Bleed. In a way, everything on these mixes has a direct connection to the Stones except for maybe Dylan and the Band, but they probably do as well somehow. I don't know the shit just rules.