Peter Green Guest Session: ‘Ah! Soul’ / ‘Uranus’

In October of 1969, Bob Brunning asked Peter Green if he would be interested in joining the Brunning Sunflower Band in the studio to cut a few tracks for their ...

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John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – ‘It Hurts Me Too’ – Alternate Mix

Near the end of February 2018, Italian Peter Green researcher Mario Pirrone brought to my attention an “alternate” recording of John Mayall’s Bluesbrea...

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Remembering – Otis Spann – ‘Ain’t Nobody’s Business’

Otis Spann was born on March 21, 1930 into a musical family (his mother played guitar, his father, piano), in Jackson, Mississippi.  His informal schooling on ...

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Rory Gallagher – Showbiz Blues

Fleetwood Mac Peter Green: guitar & vocal / Unknown: percussion Recorded at De Lane Lea Studios, London July 03, 1969 Released, The Play On (Reprise ...

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Rory Gallagher – ‘Leaving Town Blues’

Rory Gallagher was born March 02, 1948 in Ballyshannon County, Donegal, Ireland. Growing up in Cork in the 1950’s, the radio introduced him to skiffle ...

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Eddie Boyd – w/ Michael Bloomfield / Cubby + the Blizzards / Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac

Eddie Boyd was already a veteran bluesman when he first went to Europe as a performer with the American Folk Blues Festival ’65. He had first recorded ...

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Chicken Shack – ‘When My Left Eye Jumps’

Happy Birthday to the guitar slinger from Kidderminster, Chicken Shack founder Stan Webb, born on February third in 1946. As a teenager, Webb played in a ...

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The Shotgun Express – ‘Curtains’

In terms of “new” music from Peter Green being “found”, 2017 ended in a fashion similar to the way that it began.  Early in the year, I learned of an ...

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They Called It ‘Stormy Monday Blues’ Part 3 – ? And the Mysterians, The Candymen, Elmore James & Fleetwood Mac

For reasons unknown, in England, it was Blues and R & B bands that turned Walker’s song into a “standard”.  Stateside, it was more often than not, ...

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They Called It ‘Stormy Monday Blues’ Part 2 – John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Clapton & Green

In 1965 there were new recordings of T-Bone Walker’s song released in the U.K. in August, September and October. There was also a live performance of the ...

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