watched a reunion concert on pbs last night. the reunion was with Ms. Mcvie. it came off as an acoustic concert, with lindsay playing the banjo a lot (too much); and reeling off arpeggios instead of searing guitar lead lines. couldn't help but wonder how Mr. Green would have played during the same songs. the news is they're back on tour, minus lindsay. apparently the witchy woman has switched allegiances. they were a very big influence of the 70s, but, as to their continued relevance, at this late date? I just dunno 'bout that.....
GREAT 1969 third studio release by Fleetwood Mac - and last one with fab guitarist Peter Green.
For me, Green rates at the top of English blues plus guitarists - his tone and all are great examples of how personal electric guitar solo styles were advancing.
There are several classic Fleetwood Mac tunes on this release including great nine minute version of 'Oh, Well', also fun 'Rattleshake Snake', and 11more...
Peter Green is brilliant, one of the best records of it's time!
Classic blues, tender ballads, cheeky weirdness...who don't love ya, honey?!!?
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