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Old 07-25-2020, 09:41 AM
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Peter Green , Co-founder of Fleetwood Mac dead @ 73. Died peacefully in his sleep.
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RIP. Peter wrote Black Magic Woman way back in ‘68 with F Mac. Great musician.
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Great British blues guitarist, RIP.

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Originally Posted by Bridgeman53 View Post
RIP. Peter wrote Black Magic Woman way back in ‘68 with F Mac. Great musician.


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RIP.

For anyone that's a Gary Moore fan, the Les Paul that Gary played was given to him a long time ago by Peter Green.
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I was lucky enough to see early fleetwood a number of times when I lived in Belgium.

Peter Green was amazing, it’s sad to hear he passed, it’s also sad that he missed so many productive years.

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A great musician who never got the credit he deserved from the casual fan. I truly believe he was one of the great blues guitarist in our generation..
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The story of Peter Green, one of British blues' most mythologized - and influential - players

https://www.guitarworld.com/features...ential-players
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Damn. Glad we saw them a few years ago.
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While because of health and interpersonal reasons it would never happen, when Buckingham was fired I was hoping he would rejoin for just a bit. The early bluesy Peter Green time is my favorite Fleetwood Mac era. (and Bob Welch underrated as well).

For all you youngsters who think FM begins with Nicks, do yourself a favor and listen to some late 60’s FMac stuff.

BTW, a new box set of FMac ‘69-‘74 is to be released ... 8 albums and bonus tracks.
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Originally Posted by Brad1 View Post
RIP.

For anyone that's a Gary Moore fan, the Les Paul that Gary played was given to him a long time ago by Peter Green.
You are right . That's a pretty famous axe.
Metallicas Kirk Hammett bought it for a reported 2 million in 2016.


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