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Green & Guitar: The Best Of Peter Green
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
The former Fleetwood Mac member's best solo works, 1977-81. 14 tracks, including In The Skies', 'Little Dreamer', 'LoserTwo Times' and 'Cryin' Won't Bring You Back'. Guests on select cuts include Snowy White, Dave Mattacks... more »
The former Fleetwood Mac member's best solo works, 1977-81. 14 tracks, including In The Skies', 'Little Dreamer', 'LoserTwo Times' and 'Cryin' Won't Bring You Back'. Guests on select cuts include Snowy White, Dave Mattacks & Morris Pert. 1996 release on Music Club. The full title is 'Green &Guitar: The Best Of Peter Green 1977-81'.
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Michael | Iowa | 03/19/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Peter Green plays absolutely some of the saddest blues guitar ever recorded. This album is a start to finish showcase of Green's melancholic vocals backed by his stinging guitar licks and solos. The songs in this collection range from instrumentals to blues/rock with each exhibiting the same dreamy atmospheric quality that Green has become so revered for. This compilation is an ideal buy for a person searching for skillfully deep music from a uniquely talented and passionate musician."
Good songs, beautiful guitar
Rob Webber | Rothesay, NB Canada | 05/21/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"When I bought this CD, I only knew Peter Green from old Fleetwood Mac video footage. Those brief clips impressed me enough to purchase this CD. A Fool No More is a great, slow, pensive, haunting blues song. Loser Two Times, Last Train, The Clown, Carry My Love, and Baby When The Sun Goes Down are all solid, enjoyable songs. In the Skies and Slabo Day are decent instrumentals, and the others are a mixed bag. In sum, this is a very good CD that confirms Peter Green's talent as a song writer and player of beautiful, understated, melodic, and eminently soulful guitar."
British Blues Rock?
C. Robert Jones | Dalon, Ga. USA | 10/14/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)
"A very diverse collection of songs from a once great blues/rock guitarist, this collection seems more a shot at late 70's marketability than a showcase of Green's talents.A mixture of 70's jazz/rock fusion and latin inspired songs, that put me more in mind of Carlos Santana than Peter Green.While there are a few highpoints namely Last Train to San Antone, A Fool No More, and Baby When the Sun Goes Down, I would not recommend this for an introduction to Green's music. If you looking for a good example of Green's guitar work, pick up one of the early Fleetwood Mac or John Mayhall albums."