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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.
The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac is a compilation album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac focussing on the Peter Green years. Only two tracks do not feature Green; "Dragonfly" was recorded by Fleetwood Mac after Green left, and "I'd Rather Go Blind" is not by Fleetwood Mac but is a recording by Chicken Shack featuring future Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie.
Fleetwood Mac – Sisters of the Moon. Fleetwood Mac – I'm so Afraid. Peter Green s Fleetwood Mac – Need your love so bad. 12:29. Fleetwood Mac – World Turning. The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band feat. Peter Green, Rick Vito – Medley - Rollin' Man, Bayou Queen. Fleetwood Mac – That's Enough for Me.
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Man of the World" is a song recorded by Fleetwood Mac in 1969, and composed by vocalist and lead guitarist Peter Green. It first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1969, subsequently appearing on the Greatest Hits album in 1971.
Man of the World," a sadly appropriate song about someone who gets everything he thought he wanted but still somehow can't find happiness, peaked at No. 2 on the . But the delicately executed ballad, for some reason, was never released in the . From: 'English Rose' (1968). This touching instrumental finds Green creating a sea-faring dreamscape, with Mick Fleetwood's timpani-mallet rhythmic touches adding to the scene-setting ambiance. One of the few Green tracks that found a home in the Lindsey Buckingham-era concert sets lists, the episodic "Oh Well" is perhaps Fleetwood Mac's most progressive moment. Hard-edged at times, coming off something like chamber-pop at others, this No. 2 . hit remains a titanic achievement. During its most turbulent moments, it sorta serves as one of the precursors to heavy metal.
|–Peter Green||A Fool No More|
|–Peter Green||Just Another Guy|
|–Peter Green||Six String Guitar|
|–Peter Green||Rubbing My Eyes|
|–Peter Green||Long Way From Home|
|–Peter Green||I Like A Hot Tomato|
|–Peter Green||Funky Jam|
|–Peter Green||Gotta See Her Tonight|
|–Peter Green||Born On The Wild Side|
|–Peter Green||Bullet In The Sky|
|–Peter Green||Carry My Love|
|–Peter Green||Bad Bad Feeling|
|–Peter Green||White Sky|
|–Peter Green||Touch My Spirit|
|–Fleetwood Mac||Man Of The World|
|–Fleetwood Mac||Got To Move|
|–Fleetwood Mac||Bleeding Heart|
|–Fleetwood Mac||Buzz Me|
|–Fleetwood Mac||I Held My Baby Last Night|
|–Fleetwood Mac||My Baby's A Good Un|
|–Fleetwood Mac||How Blue Can You Get|
|–Fleetwood Mac||My Baby's Sweet|
|–Fleetwood Mac||The World Keeps On Turning|
|–Fleetwood Mac||The Dream|
|–Fleetwood Mac||Don't Know Which Way To Go|
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