Wolf Tracks –

‘How Many More Years’ / ‘No Place to Go’ / ‘You Gonna Wreck My Life’ Chester Burnett’s first record, ‘Moanin’ At Midnight’ backed with ‘How Many More Years’, was recorded by Sam Phillips at the Memphis Recording Studio in Tennessee in July of 1951.  It was a rare two-sided hit with ‘How Many More Years’ […]

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Songlines – ‘Have You Ever Had the Blues’

This is the first of what I hope will be an ongoing series where we can explore a song as it evolves through other artists’ interpretations. If a number is fortunate enough to be huge hit upon release, it may garner a large number of covers right away.  Most times, an artist releases a song […]

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Guest Blog – Musician Andrew Kastner: his early years / his friendship with Peter Green and the up-coming release of “The Act Featuring Peter Green – Live from the Boston Tea Party 1970”

Richard Orlando: As for so many musicians, The Beatles’ first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show put Andrew Kastner on the path to a career in music Andrew Kastner: My mom came from a musical creative family in Germany and so I think it was in my DNA.  I played Piano for a year in […]

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Louis Austin on working with Peter Green and Fleetwood Mac

Louis Austin on working with Peter Green and Fleetwood Mac

From the film “The Parts You Don’t Hear – The Untold Story of Sound Techniques” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO-IUVD9VJ0 I became aware of this via a post by Jeff Willens on the Peter Green – Man of the World Facebook Page on May 03, 2019 – Thank you – I probably would have missed this otherwise – […]

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Peter Green’s First Studio Session

Peter Green’s First Studio Session

Peter Green’s first studio recording was as the lead guitarist for the Peter B’s.  Best guesstimates have Green joining the band (then called Peter B’s Looners) shortly before Christmas, 1965. The band performed a three-song set for the BBC Light, “Jazz Beat” program on February 02, 1966 (the three numbers, ‘If You Wanna Be Happy’, […]

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