Addendum:‘Jenny Jenny’

Recorded November 11, 1969, (late show) Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, Finland On July 25, 2021 the Finnish Broadcast Company (YLE) released the original audio broadcast of Fleetwood Mac’s late show performance from the Kulttuuritalo in Helsinki, Finland on November 11, 1969. The show can be found here: https://areena.yle.fi/audio/1-50888397 (I recommend going to the “main page” and checking […]

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Review:

Mick Fleetwood & Friends Celebrate the Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac1 Blu-Ray / 2 CDs ACT II When Fleetwood Mac hit the road in 2019, the band replaced Lindsey Buckingham with Neil Finn and Mike Campbell. It was near the end of the tour, at a show in Perth, […]

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Review:

Mick Fleetwood & Friends Celebrate the Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac 1 Blu-Ray / 2 CDs (BMG 2021) ACT I On February 25, 2020, days before England (and most of the rest of world) was locked down due to Covid-19, Mick Fleetwood staged a concert in celebration in of […]

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Spotlight: On Danny Kirwan

Mike Vernon first spotted Kirwan, all of seventeen at the time, playing guitar in a trio called Boilerhouse, with Trevor Stevens on bass and Dave Terrey on drums, “…I seem to remember him playing this Watkins beginner guitar yet making these wild sounds that reminded me in a way of Lowell Fulson… I was desperate […]

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Addendum: Reassessing Peter Green’s (Brief) Return to Fleetwood Mac in 1971

Second only to the conflicting tales of that infamous night at a Munich commune, are the stories told concerning Green’s brief return to the band in early 1971.  The second week of February 1971 found Peter Green’s old band beginning another eight-week tour of North America, their second since his departure from the band. They […]

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A History of ‘Homework’ – Part 2

When Otis Rush joined the 1966 American Folk Blues Festival European tour, he had not released a record under his own name in four years. Prior to that tour, he had only two songs released in the U.K.; ‘So Many Roads, So Many Trains’ had appeared on the Pye International Chess compilation “The Blues, Volume […]

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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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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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