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— The early Fleetwood Mac featured Peter Green on lead guitar
and vocals and was totally about the blues.
This live concert footing from New Orleans has an especially
good sound! One of the best publishers and critics on YouTube,
“Master Eddie,” said that “Peter Green
was the best white blues guitarists
of his time. His tone and his intonation
is just stunning!” This concert has an old-fashioned,
straight blues soundyou will really enjoy.
See if you don’t agree.
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Fleetwood Mac 1970:
Live in New Orleans
Early Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green:
Is Blues at it’s Finest
The Daily Walk with Love, July 30, 2019 by Paul Evans. [(Link in blue, underlined with red, to the left, leads to our Home page and blog. Featured pages are on the right hand sidebar or way down at the bottom of “The Website Below the Website”)]. Video is Fleetwood Mac, live in concert from New Orleans. I think you’ll recognize a few of the tracks. But the sound is mostly pretty quiet for blues (and that’s another appealing feature of these sets). Featured photograph is courtesy of Ultimate Classic Rock.
The early Fleetwood Mac featured Peter Green on lead guitar and vocals and was totally about the blues – this concert of mixed, live footage (from 1968 to 1970) has an especially sweet sound!
See Peter Green & Fleetwood Mac – The Blues Years, Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac ~ Shrine ’69 (Full Live Album), Fleetwood Mac – 1970 L’Olympia, Paris. Admittedly, blues isn’t for everyone: ever since Ringo Star started putting out singles, solo work, You can buy Peter Green’s solo jazz albums on Amazon right now. I always think of Ringo’s lyric almost every day as I post music online for my readers/listeners… “gotta pay your dues if you wanna sing the blues.” I can relate. If you particularly like the Fleetwood Mac pop-rock you always heard on FM radio, mainly from the seventies and some from the eighties, that’s OK too, have a listen to Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits Album 2017, all here on The Daily Walk with Love. As you can see, I particularly like Fleetwood Mac in their early, blues incarnation. Hopefully if you listen to the current recording, you might feel the same way.
Read about Fleetwood Mac on Wikipedia. Fleetwood Mac’s best known album is probably Rumours (YouTube video). The early Fleetwood Mac featured Peter Green (Wikipedia article) on lead guitar and vocals: what a sweet sound! Even if you are not particularly a blues lover, you will love this, for sure! “Master Eddie” (who has his own YouTube channel, said that “Peter Green was the best white blues guitarist of his time. His tone and his intonation is just stunning! Pure golden earwax! And his voice is amazing soulful like no other!”
Amazon.com has a good compilation of digital mp3’s called Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. If you are a connoisseur of the blues, Peter Green, or early Fleetwood Mac you might enjoy Peter Green Man of the World. Documentary, a playlist of 9 videos. Everyone should enjoy Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac ~ Shrine ’69 ( Full Album ) Live In South California, YouTube – 43:32, and the next year’s solo work, Peter Green – The End of the Game (Full Album) 1970, YouTube – 35.26, which is a little more “experimental” in tone. Also from 1970 is the concert Fleetwood Mac – 1970 L’Olympia, Paris — 1:19:48.
NOTE: YouTube often closes down its “channels” which violate copyright, probably because of “requests” from the record labels, so some of my links here might not work, sorry. I do very much appreciate YouTube’s tolerance as I post these videos for you. I also believe that with all the additional features The Daily Walk offers, I hope and pray that I fall into the “Fair use,” legal category. But God Bless Google and YouTube!