#1
To my knowledge there isn't a tab on these guys

So which incarnation to you guys prefer, peter green's blues band or the later one, does anybody have a favorite song or album? my personal favorite is:
I'm So Afraid(live)-from the live "The Dance" album is the 90's
#2
I reallly like both of them. I used to listen to the Stevie Nicks version a lot, but lately I've been listening to Peter Green's version a lot more.
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#3
at this point, i prefer the peter green incarnation, but i listen to the stevie nicks one a bit, too.
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#4
Peter Green, by far. More specifically, his prowess on the Blues Horizon box set
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#5
I prefer Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, without a shadow of a doubt.
Favourite album by them I'd have to say is "Then Play On"
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#6
I like the Peter Green era, but I absolutely love the Stevie Nicks era. The music just brings back so many memories and good times, easily one of the greatest rock acts of the 70s.
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#7
Much prefer the Peter Green era although not by any means saying i dislike the nicks era. Stop Messin' around is incredible.
#8
Peter Green comes across as a bit racially pretentious, if you catch my drift.

I love lynsey buckingham, but feel that Christine McVie's now cruelly outdated keyboard orientated penned tunes, most famously "Lies" puts the pop era on equal terms with the blues days.

Hmmm... I shall muse upon it further.
#9
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Peter Green comes across as a bit racially pretentious, if you catch my drift.

I love lynsey buckingham, but feel that Christine McVie's now cruelly outdated keyboard orientated penned tunes, most famously "Lies" puts the pop era on equal terms with the blues days.

Hmmm... I shall muse upon it further.


Her 'You Make Lovin' Fun' is easily one of my favourite Mac tracks. 'Lies' is great as well.
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#10
I agree Carswell..."The Dance"is my favorite album, it had a lot of great songs.: Tusk, Big Love, I'm so Afraid...just to name a few.
#11
racially pretentious? not only is it practically impossible for that to be the case when you are a blues lover as he is, but he also fequently played sessions with black musicians.
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#12
Yeah that just seems off, I'd like to know where you drew those conclusions from?