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9 thoughts on “ Just For You - Peter Green (2) - Bandit (CD, Album)

  1. This is a discography for Peter Green, the founder and original lead guitarist of Fleetwood Mac in the late s. During the late s and early s, he enjoyed a brief solo career, before further success in the late s with the Peter Green Splinter Group.
  2. Two CD collection. Alone With The Blues celebrates 34 hand-picked tracks spanning more than 40 years of great recordings. Selected from his solo work, early Fleetwood Mac tracks and cuts with the Brunning Sunflower Blues Band, this is an essential overview of the development of one of rock's most intriguing, talented and misunderstood enigmas.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bandit on Discogs. Label: Milan - • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: Europe • /5(3).
  4. Peter Green (2) Bandit (as P.A. Greenbaum) (CD, Album) Universal Music: Brazil: Sell This Version: 2 1: Gary Moore: The Supernatural and 1 more Gary Moore - Walking.
  5. THIS cd focuses on the more blues-based original lineup of the band led by guitarist-singer-songwriter Peter Green, vocalist/2nd guitarist Jeremy Spencer and the rhythm section that would provide the band name, drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie/5().
  6. Apr 22,  · From the CD "Blues by Green" released in Category Music; Song Just for You; Artist Peter Green; Album In the Skies.
  7. Dec 22,  · 9 videos Play all Peter Green "In the Skies" - Full Album Roy Hulland Fleetwood Mac Peter Green - Black Magic Woman (Live Boston Tea Party) - Duration: rowfant 5,, views.
  8. Import Vinyl/CD Album: Other Appearances» Peter Green (Songwriter), Michael Dennis Green (Songwriter), Reg(gie) Isadore/Isidore (Songwriter), Jane Samuel-Green (Songwriter), Snowy (Terence) White (Songwriter) Record Label» Milan Music. Catalogue Number» (CD) Running Time» Reviews» Add your review here. Last.
  9. Here is yet another Peter Green collection comprised mainly of material from through , with the thoroughly enjoyable Fleetwood Mac A-side "Man of the World," from , included for some inexplicable reason. The material here is culled from Green's first return to recording after a six-year hiatus for personal and mental health reasons. The Peter Green who returned to the .

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