Peter Green & Lightnin’ Slim – Trying So Hard To Forget

Researching, writing, and revising this book (rinse and repeat) took me roughly ten years.  When I was finally able to let out into the world to share with ...

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Peter Green covers Robert Johnson 1968 – Part Three

‘Preachin’ Blues’ – BBC session, Radio One’s “Top Gear” - August 27, 1968 Three months to the day after Green performed a cover of Robert ...

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Peter Green covers Robert Johnson 1968 – Part Two

‘Dead Shrimp Blues’ – BBC session, Radio One’s “Top Gear” - May 27, 1968 Unlike most of their contemporaries, rather than using their sessions ...

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Peter Green covers Robert Johnson – 1968

Robert Johnson was born one hundred and six years ago on May eighth, 1911, in Hazlehurst, Mississippi.  He died twenty-seven years later on August sixteenth, ...

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Addendum

One of the most rewarding aspects of this project was the kindness and generosity shown me by other fans of Peter Green’s music.  When I told people of what ...

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Errata

When I first began delving deeper into the music of Peter Green, I constantly found myself tripping over contradictory information concerning recording and ...

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‘World in Harmony’ – BBC recording, April 27, 1970

As mentioned in “Errata” I incorrectly reviewed an alternate studio recording of ‘World in Harmony’ in place of the BBC recording from April 27, ...

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‘The Stroller’ Eddie Boyd / Fleetwood Mac BBC Session

The Stroller  Though I would have included it had I known about it, I consoled myself with the thought that not having a write-up of the “new” tricked ...

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‘Don’t Know Which Way to Go’

My introduction to this song was on Eric Clapton’s soundtrack to the movie “Rush” (released in 1992).  An incendiary performance running almost eleven ...

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“Alternate” version of ‘Stone Crazy’

Imagine a man.  Imagine you are viewing him from a great height, a God’s eye view.  Despite his tiny size, you can see him shaking his fist at the sky and ...

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