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Old 08-13-2019, 09:15 AM
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"Man of the World" - I'm really pleased they played that. I remember Neil saying a long time ago that they had rehearsed it as well as "Hypnotised". I'm saddened but not terribly surprised to hear the muted audience reaction, though....

Did Peter ever play it live with FM? I've never heard a boot of it..
Sheffield 18th March and Helsinki 24th September 1969 apparently.
Nice to hear them play it. Mike Campbell's tone doesn't approach the piercing feel of Peter Green's recorded version though.
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Old 08-13-2019, 12:23 PM
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“Man of the World” one of my absolute favourite FMac songs.
It’s a great song with great lyrics and Peters voice is so sad and meaningful.
I love this song so much. It's one of Christine's favs.
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I vaguely kinda sorta remember once seeing/ hearing a bootleg album of an early 1975 FM show with Man of the World being performed. Lindsey must have been the one singing lead.
I think you are right. I remember hearing him do it, too.
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Sheffield 18th March and Helsinki 24th September 1969 apparently.
Nice to hear them play it. Mike Campbell's tone doesn't approach the piercing feel of Peter Green's recorded version though.
God, you are right about that.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FImDcYZA83A
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Lord!! When Stevie joins the vocal on IIIII ain't waitin... just horrible.. God that hurts my ears...
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