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Old 01-08-2012, 12:50 PM
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Default Greeny's guest appearances

Hi all, I've been working on an update of a collection of all of Peter Green's recordings as a guest or sideman based on Mario' s original discography. Here's a rough tracklisting.

Comments, help and feedback are welcome!


THE PETER B'S - FEBRUARY 1966
IF YOU WANNA BE HAPPY
JODRELL BLUES

THE PETER B'S - early 1966
IF YOU WANNA BE HAPPY (alt take)
OUTRAGE
SOUL DRESSING

JOHN MAYALL'S BLUESBREAKERS - 30th SEPTEMBER 1966
LOOKING BACK
SO MANY ROADS
SITTING IN THE RAIN
OUT OF REACH

BLUESBREAKERS - 11,12,19,24 OCTOBER, 11 NOVEMBER 1966
A HARD ROAD
IT'S OVER
YOU DON'T LOVE ME
THE STUMBLE
ANOTHER KIND OF LOVE
HIT THE HIGHWAY
LEAPING CHRISTINE
DUST MY BLUES
THE SAME WAY
THE SUPERNATURAL
TOP OF THE HILL
SOMEDAY AFTER A WHILE
LIVING ALONE
MAMA TALK TO YOUR DAUGHTER
ALABAMA BLUES

JOHN MAYALL & PETER GREEN - AUTUMN 1966
EVIL WOMAN BLUES

BLUESBREAKERS WITH PAUL BUTTERFILD - 26/11/1966
ALL OF MY LIFE
RIDING ON THE L&N
LITTLE BY LITTLE
EAGLE EYE

BLUESBREAKERS - RADIO ONE SESSION 1967
RIDING ON THE L&N
SITTING IN THE RAIN
LEAPING CHRISTINE
CURLY
CURLY (ALT. TAKE)

BLUESBREAKERS - 16 FEBRUARY 1967
CURLY
RUBBER DUCK
GREENY
MISSING YOU

BLUESBREAKERS - 8 MARCH 1967
PLEASE DON'T TELL
YOUR FUNERAL MY TRIAL

EDDIE BOYD AND HIS BLUES BAND - 14 MARCH 1967
NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME
TOO BAD PART TWO

EDDIE BOYD AND HIS BLUES BAND - 17 MARCH 1967
AIN'T DOIN' TOO BAD
BLUE COAT MAN
THE TRAIN IS COMING
TOO BAD PART 1

EDDIE BOYD AND HIS BLUES BAND - MARCH 1967
EMPTY ARMS
MISERABLE TO BE ALONE

BLUESBREAKERS - 19 APRIL 1967
DOUBLE TROUBLE
IT HURTS ME TOO

AYNSLEY DUNBAR RETALIATION - MID 1967
STONE CRAZY

JOHN MAYALL - 4-5 DECEMBER 1967
JENNY
PICTURE ON THE WALL

DUSTER BENNETT - EARLY 1968
TRYING SO HARD TO FORGET
KIND HEARTED WOMAN
COMING,I’M COMING
I’M THINKING ABOUT A WOMAN
TWO HARPS

EDDIE BOYD - 25 JANUARY 1968
YOU GOT TO REAP
JUST THE BLUES
SHE’S REAL
BACK SLACK
BE CAREFUL
TEN TO ONE
THE BLUES IS HERE TO STAY
YOU ARE MY LOVE
THIRD DEGREE
THANK YOU BABY
SHE’S GONE
I CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU
THE BIG BOAT
SENT FOR YOU YESTERDAY

DUSTER BENNETT - MID 1968
SHADY LITTLE BABY
MY LUCKY DAY
MY LOVE IS YOUR LOVE
TIMES LIKE THESE

GORDON SMITH - AUGUST 1968
DIVIN’DUCK BLUES

JOHN MAYALL - 26-28 AUGUST 1968
FIRST TIME ALONE

OTIS SPANN - 9 JANUARY 1969
NO MORE DOGGIN’
NO MORE DOGGIN’ (alt take 1)
NO MORE DOGGIN’ (alt take 2)
I NEED SOME AIR
I NEED SOME AIR (alt take)
WALKIN’
WALKIN’ (alt take 1)
WALKIN’ (alt take 2)
MY LOVE DEPENDS ON YOU
BLUES FOR HIPPIES
IT WAS A BIG THING
SHE NEEDS SOME LOVING
DIG YOU
DIG YOU (alt take 1)
DIG YOU (alt take 2)
SOMEDAY BABY
SOMEDAY BABY (alt take 1)
SOMEDAY BABY (alt take 2)
TEMPERATURE IS RISIN’(100.2°F)
TEMPERATURE IS RISIN’(98.8°F)
AIN’T NOBODY’S BUSINESS

DUSTER BENNETT - 15 APRIL 1969
BRIGHT LIGHT BIG CITY
TALK TO ME

JEREMY SPENCER - JUNE 1969
STRINGALONG

CLIFFORD DAVIS - SEPTEMBER 1969
BEFORE THE BEGINNING
MAN OF THE WORLD

BRUNNING SUNFLOWER BLUES BAND - OCTOBER 1969
RIDE WITH YOUR DADDY TONIGHT
SIMPLE SIMON
IT TAKES TIME
IF YOU LET ME KNOW YOU
AH SOUL!/URANUS
URANUS

PETER BARDENS - OCTOBER 1969
THE ANSWER
DON’T GOOF WITH A SPOOK
I CAN’T REMEMBER
I DON’T WANT TO GO HOME
HOMAGE TO THE GOD OF LIGHT
LET’S GET IT ON
LONG AGO, FAR AWAY

CLIFFORD DAVIS - MAY 1970
COME ON DOWN AND FOLLOW ME
HOMEWORK

MEMPHIS SLIM - 3,5,6,18 JUNE 1970
BORN IN MEMPHIS TENNESEE
CHIGAGO
ME AND MY PIANO
HANDY MAN
FEEL LIKE SCREAMIN’ AND CRYIN’
RIDING ON THE BLUES TRAIN
I STARTED MOVING (FREEDOM BOUND)
WIND GONNA RISE
YOUTH WANTS TO KNOW
BOOGIE WOOGIE 1-9-7-0
MASON DIXON LINE
OTIS SPANN & EARL HOOKER
CHIGAGO SEVEN
MOTHER EARTH
I'VE GOT SOUL

TOE FAT - SUMMER 1970
THERE’LL BE CHANGES
A NEW WAY

COUNTRY JOE McDONALD - SUMMER 1970
AIR ALGIERS
ONLY LOVE IS WORTH THIS PAIN
MR.BIG PIG

GASS - AUGUST 1970
JUJU
BLACK VELVET

DAVE KELLY - SEPTEMBER 1970
GOTTA KEEP RUNNING
YOU GOT IT
GREEN WINTER

BB KING - 9-16 JUNE 1971
CALEDONIA

FLEETWOOD MAC - JAN-FEB 1973
NIGHTWATCH

RICHARD KERR - early 1973
BE MY FRIEND

FLEETWOOD MAC - EARLY SUMMER 1979
BROWN EYES
BROWN EYES (rough mix)

BRIAN KNIGHT & DARK HORSE - 11/79-01/80
GOING DOWN SLOW
TROUBLE IN MIND
BLUES IS ROCK AND ROLL
MANNISH BOY

DUFFO - 12/79-01/80
LOST IN MY ROOM
THE IDIOT

MICK FLEETWOOD - JAN/FEB 1981
RATTLESNAKE SHAKE
SUPERBRAINS

SHIMON HOLLY – 83? ISRAEL
INSTRUMENTAL JAM 1
INSTRUMENTAL JAM 2

ENEMY WITHIN - 1986
CHINESE WHITE BOY
POST MODERN BLUES
EPHROM SONG

SAS BAND - SPRING 1996
THAT’S THE WAY GOD PLANNED IT

JOHN MAYALL 12/00-01/01
YO YO MAN

DICK HECKSTALL-SMITH 01/02/2001
CRUEL CONTRADICTIONS

PETER GABRIEL - 2002
NGANKARRPARNI (SKY BLUE - REPRISE)
CLOUDLESS
SKY BLUE

CHRIS COCO - AUGUST 2002
ALBATROSS

DEBBIE DAVIES - 2002
NATURE'S DISAPPEARING

RUDY ROTTA - FALL 2004
BLACK MAGIC WOMAN
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Default John Mayall and Peter Green as per Vinnie C

I did not see it in your list but it opens up a question
The John Mayall Compilation Album "The first five Years" had a bonus disk with Peter doing "The Stumble" live and I believe "Double Trouble" or So Many Roads" I am not near the disc so it is my memory her. These live recordings were an offcial release but were if i am not mistaken from the John The Revelator tapes which were released, sort of, last year. I am sure thr first two should be in the discography but I am not sure the John The Revelator tape release is an ommision but part of the greater bootleg legasy that peter has left for us to enjoy.

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I did not see it in your list but it opens up a question
The John Mayall Compilation Album "The first five Years" had a bonus disk with Peter doing "The Stumble" live and I believe "Double Trouble" or So Many Roads" I am not near the disc so it is my memory her. These live recordings were an offcial release but were if i am not mistaken from the John The Revelator tapes which were released, sort of, last year. I am sure thr first two should be in the discography but I am not sure the John The Revelator tape release is an ommision but part of the greater bootleg legasy that peter has left for us to enjoy.

vinnie cerniglia
Hi Vinnie,
I think the 2 live tracks must be considered part of the official discography, so they should be included. Those 2 tracks are very fiery, but kind of show how strong Clapton's influence was on Greeny at the time.
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:23 PM
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By the way, check out this amazing gig list for Peter B's:
http://thebritishsound.blogspot.com/...mily-tree.html

It gives the date and location for the three "demo" tracks that were released a few years go.
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By the way, check out this amazing gig list for Peter B's:
http://thebritishsound.blogspot.com/...mily-tree.html

It gives the date and location for the three "demo" tracks that were released a few years go.
Thanks for this information Dino. How did you bump into that site???? Very informative. I also found new info about John Moorshead and Jess Roden. Sure going to explore more.
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Default Peter B's Looners / Shotgun Express

Great site for Peter bardens bands.
It just shows how much work the got just in the five months that Peter was with them. There are over 90 dates, with much more than I thought playing with Rod Stewart. As I seem to recall. Peter was not too fond of Rod Stewarts work ethic. I guess he had ample time to judge from the looks of the tour dates.

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