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Fleetwood Mac - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (1993)

12-06-2015, 16:52
Blues | Rock

Fleetwood Mac - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (1993)

Artist: Fleetwood Mac
Title Of Album: Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Year Of Release: 1968 (1993)
Label: Columbia
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:03:26
Total Size: 101 Mb


01. My Heart Beat Like a Hammer - 2:55
02. Merry Go Round - 4:05
03. Long Grey Mare - 2:15
04. Hellhound on My Trail - 2:00
05. Shake Your Moneymaker - 2:55
06. Looking for Somebody - 2:50
07. No Place to Go - 3:20
08. My Baby's Good to Me - 2:50
09. I Loved Another Woman - 2:55
10. Cold Black Night - 3:15
11. The World Keep on Turning - 2:30
12. Got to Move - 3:20

Peter Green – vocals, guitar, harmonica
Jeremy Spencer – vocals, slide guitar, piano
John McVie – bass guitar on all tracks except "Long Grey Mare"
Bob Brunning – bass guitar on "Long Grey Mare"
Mick Fleetwood – drums

Fleetwood Mac's debut LP was a highlight of the late-'60s British blues boom. Green's always inspired playing, the capable (if erratic) songwriting, and the general panache of the band as a whole placed them leagues above the overcrowded field. Elmore James is a big influence on this set, particularly on the tunes fronted by Jeremy Spencer ("Shake Your Moneymaker," "Got to Move"). Spencer's bluster, however, was outshone by the budding singing and songwriting skills of Green. The guitarist balanced humor and vulnerability on cuts like "Looking for Somebody" and "Long Grey Mare," and with "If I Loved Another Woman," he offered a glimpse of the Latin-blues fusion that he would perfect with "Black Magic Woman." The album was an unexpected smash in the U.K., reaching number four on the British charts.

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