All tracks are Stereo except for "Oh Well" in it's original mono mix. Also included in the booklet are 8 pages of fascinating new liner notes and graphics. We will never know where this Fleetwood Mac might have gone next This is a desert island disc. But this one is what Pete released. All of the drop outs on previous CD versions are gone. This is particularly noticeable on "My Dream" which always sounded like an 8-track tape jostling against the tape head.
The CD artwork shows tape reels that look like master tapes but I question if this was taken from the masters. There is no mention in the CD liner notes. I had heard they were badly damaged or gone completely. So you audiophiles may be disappointed. But I am quite pleased. It sounds as good if not better than most of the other albums from that era. However, unlike the Part 1 single version that appears on "25 Years - The Chain" boxed set, this one does not fade out.
It has a hard stop and then Part 2 falls right in. Again, the audio quality is the best yet. I had hoped that someone would join both parts without the repeat, giving the actual running time of seven minutes. But since it was never released that way, I won't complain. It's easy enough to make your own edit now that both parts are released as separate tracks.
The other two bonus tracks are Peter Green's last single with the group. But the disc ends on a fittingly weird high note. So in the end, buy this disc! Peter Green has provided an audio account of his feelings during that period of his life, however disjointed.
There are a range of emotions that appear in no particular order throughout the disc. The moods are powerful, funny, sad, scary and touching, amongst others. They are all heartfelt. In essence, this is what the blues is all about.
Congratulations Peter! There are customer reviews and customer ratings. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date September 19, Track Listing. Coming Your Way. Danny Kirwan. Fleetwood Mac. Closing My Eyes. Peter Green. Show-Biz Blues. My Dream. Oh Well. Although the Sun Is Shining. Rattlesnake Shake. Madge, the press were told at the time, was a female fan of the group, immortalised in two long instrumental jams finally released in their entirety on 's The Vaudeville Years.
The giggle is now tied to the end of "Fighting For Madge" instead of the beginning of "Like Crying" by the previous edit.
The two songs that appeared only on the UK LP are still missing. The EP was to be compensation for the fact that Jeremy Spencer barely appeared on the album. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Fleetwood Mac. MBI Publishing Company. Archived from the original on 19 October The Virgin Encyclopedia of The Blues. Random House. Simon and Schuster. Retrieved 20 May My Life and Adventures with Fleetwood Mac.
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Archived from the original enter "Fleetwood Mac" into the "Search by Artist" box, then select "Search" on 21 July Retrieved 3 May“Oh Well” was recorded in , by Fleetwood’s then vocalist and lead guitarist Peter Green. The song was composed in two parts, “Part 1” being a fast electric blues song with.