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( 1971 ) 2010 EU reissue on 180g LP - Featuring Green's masterpieces "Black Magic Woman", "Oh Well" and the spooky underrated single "The Green Manalishi". This is an exceptional collection of songs from early Feetwood Mac when the guitar god Peter Green
Release date: 31-05-2010 (Originally released in 1971)
2010 EU reissue on 180g LP - This is an exceptional collection of songs from early Feetwood Mac when the guitar god Peter Green was on charge ably supported by Jeremny Spencer and Danny Kirwan.
Featuring Green's masterpieces "Black Magic Woman", "Oh Well" and the spooky underrated single "The Green Manalishi".
This album covers the period from the band's beginning in 1968 through to 1971. This is a re-release of the famous 'red sleeve' Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits album. This record was a stalwart of every decent album collection in the early 1970s as it represented the first greatest hits package from Fleetwood Mac, covering the period from the band's beginning in 1968 through to 1971.
A1. The Green Manalishi
A2. Oh Well - Part I
A3. Oh Well - Part II
A4. Shake Your Moneymaker
A5. Need Your Love So Bad
A6. Rattlesnake Shake
B2. Black Magic Woman
B4. Man Of The World
B5. Stop Messin' Round
B6. Love That Burns
Fleetwood Mac in their original incarnation were led by guitarist Peter Green and were leaders of the second British Blues boom of the late 1960s. Fleetwood Mac enjoyed several hit singles in the United Kingdom at that time and these are collated here for this album, originally issued on CBS Records only in the U.K.
"Albatross" was a huge chart hit in the UK whilst the single "Black Magic Woman" helped to break Fleetwood Mac in the U.S. via a cover version by Santana, that landed in the Top Five of the Billboard Top 40.
The album gatefold shows a full-size photo of the post-Green line up of the band with Christine McVie (nee Perfect), even though she just plays piano on a couple of tracks and wasn't a full-fledged member until after "Kiln House" was released.
180 gram audiophile vinyl
Label: Music On Vinyl
Originally released: 1971
This release: 2010