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Old 01-16-2018, 03:09 PM
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Default 50 Years ago today (4)

Fifty years ago today, Fleetwood Mac recorded a session for the BBC. From the seven recorded songs, 'Bee-i-bicky bop blue jean honey baby meets high school hound dog hot rod man' can't be found on YT. This version of 'Sweet little angel', very much inspired by B.B. King, luckily ís available.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uA_gjWeBrk

January 16, 1968 session:
1 Talk to me baby (a.k.a. I can't hold out) [BBC version #1] (W.J. Dixon) 2:25
2 Sweet little angel [BBC version] (H. Whittaker, R.B. King) 4:27
3 Bee-I-bicky-bop blue jean honey baby meets high school hound dog… [BBC version 3] (J.C. Spencer) 3:21
4 Where you belong [BBC version] (E.R. Boyd) 2:18
5 Don't be cruel [BBC version] (O. Blackwell, E.A. Presley) 1:40
6 The sun is shining [BBC version (E. James) 3:01
7 The world keeps on turning [BBC version] (P.A. Greenbaum) 2:40
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Old 02-24-2018, 05:47 PM
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Default 24th February 1968

Fleetwood Mac, or as it now seems to be called, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac was released 50 years ago today.

A big thank you to Peter, Jeremy, John, Mick, Bob Brunning and Mike Vernon for getting the ball rolling.

I'm listening to I loved another woman as I type this. Sublime.
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Old 02-25-2018, 04:08 PM
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Fleetwood Mac, or as it now seems to be called, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac was released 50 years ago today.

A big thank you to Peter, Jeremy, John, Mick, Bob Brunning and Mike Vernon for getting the ball rolling.

I'm listening to I loved another woman as I type this. Sublime.
Great tune. I loved that they covered it during the BTM tour.
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