Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac – The Lost Broadcasts (2019)

Posted by Green on January 10, 2019as

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Fleetwood Mac were formed in July 1967 in London, England, when Peter Green left the British blues band John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers. Peter Green had previously replaced guitarist Eric Clapton in the Bluesbreakers and had received critical acclaim for his work on their album ‘A Hard Road’. Fleetwood Mac’s self-titled debut album was a no-frills blues album and was released by the Blue Horizon label in February 1968. The band recorded several radio broadcasts, many of which were released on the album ‘Live At The BBC’. However, many tracks were not included because they were thought lost. They had, in fact, survived, albeit in some cases in rather lo fi. Nevertheless, the surviving recordings have been loving restored and mastered and complied for this album. Besides some outstand blues there’s also rock’n’roll, psychedelic jams and even Fleetwood Mac backing Eddie Boyd on ‘Where You Belong’.

Tracks:
01. Sweet Little Angel
02. Bee-I-Bicky-Bop Blue Jean Honey Babe Meets High School Hound Dog Hot Rod Man
03. Where You Belong
04. Mean Old World
05. Please Find My Baby
06. Black Magic Woman
07. Peggy Sue Got Married
08. That Ain’t It
09. Intergalactic Musicians Walking On Velvet
10. Dead Shrimp Blues
11. Sheila
12. Evenin’ Boogie
13. You Need Love
14. Talk With You
15. Bo Diddley
16. Wine Whiskey And Women
17. Crutch And Cane
18. If You Be My Baby
19. Without You

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