Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac mp3 flac
- Album: Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
- MP3: 1809 mb | FLAC: 1863 mb
- Released: 1968
- Style: Blues Rock, Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.1/5
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Fleetwood Mac, also known as Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, is the debut studio album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac, released on 24 February 1968. It is the only album by the band not to feature Christine McVie in any capacity.
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Peter green’s fleetwood mac. When Blue Horizon boss Mike Vernon arrived at the studio in 1966 to produce John Mayall ‘s second Bluesbreakers album ‘Hard Road’, he noticed a new amp and no sign of Eric Clapton. Vernon was shocked that ‘God’ was not in the band, but Mayall said, Don’t worry, we’ve got somebody better! They were big boots to fill, but Peter Green filled them and put his own stamp on the music. A few months later Peter left with Fleetwood to form his own band and called that Fleetwood Mac too, even though McVie was still in The Bluesbreakers and reluctant to leave. Bob Brunning filled in on bass until McVie was finally persuaded to join.
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Now Green has formed his own group, Fleetwood Mac (along with another former Bluesbreaker, bassist John McVie). Whereas Clapton expanded onto new horizons with Cream, Green has chosen to remain dedicated to the blues, and on this, their first recorded effort, Fleetwood Mac have established themselves as another tight English blues band - joining Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Ten Years After and Savoy Brown as chief practitioners of blues in England. Green is a more than competent guitar player, and the Mac’s treatment of Shake Your Moneymaker is just as powerful as the first Butterfield version (on the Paul Butterfield Blues Band album). The harp work is proficient in most places but rather weak on Got to Move, the old Sonny Boy Williamson song. Green’s composition Long Grey Mare is one of the best cuts on the album, anchored by McVie’s strong bass line.