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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by groaner, Aug 12, 2019.
One of my favorite Strat playing YouTube instructions who has 109K subs now.
Yes, a good video..
I was brought up on Peter Green, and his playing technique is one I've always tried to encompass in my own playing. The man was a genius in my opinion. So soulful. You could listen to a hundred guitars and know instantly when Peter was playing.. A tragedy when he succumbed to an LSD hit in Germany that more or less destroyed him..
Peter greens fleet wood Mac was fantastic
I've never really heard this guy except around here. I need to look into him more. What Fleetwood albums did he play on?
I love the White sky album
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - The Green Manalishi (With The Two Prong Crown)
The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)
When a producer from DECCA records visited John Mayall in the studio, he was alarmed, "Wait, where is Eric Claption????"
John replied, "Don't worry we got someone better."
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers
I've already checked out Oh Well part2. That Spanish guitar is great! I'm listening to Albatross right now....man....where have I been? When I would think of Fleetwood Mac, I thought of stevie Nicks.
I'm gonna check out the videos above! Thanks guys!
Damn! I NEVER knew that was Fleetwood Mac! My mind is blown today!!!!
I think of Stevie Nicks even when im not thinking about Fleetwood Mac!
He’s on the first 4 albums then guests on tracks after that.
Fleet wood Mac
Then play on
Dave Simpson on YouTube does some great videos on Peter Green.
Albatross and Green’s playing had a big influence on David Gilmour. You can find videos of him covering it. A lot of the popular guitar heroes will point to him but he’s not someone who’s very well known to the general public. Partly due to his mental health cutting his career short in his prime. But the echoes of his playing can be heard in the likes of Jimmy Page, Carlos Santana and many more.
Dave is great!
Actually he did. He played on the song “Brown eyes “.
I believe the original name of the band was “Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac”
He influenced Gary Moore also. Moore put out an album called Blues for Greeny