Fleetwood Mac : Black Magic Woman-The Best Of (UK)

CD [Cover Art for Fleetwood Mac / Black Magic Woman-The Best Of (UK)] Your Price: $12.15
Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 10/2009
Label: Imports
Mfg's Catalog#: 2538242
CDC Part#: 1402445
Add to Basket Add to Basket

For sound samples and details,
view this item at Amazon
 
 Notes & Reviews
 
Low Stock
 
Not Returnable, Not Cancellable.
 
2009 two CD set from the veteran band spotlighting their early years as a British Blues outfit under the guidance of guitarist Peter Green. In 1967, Peter Green formed Fleetwood Mac with former John Mayall sidemen Mick Fleetwood (drums) and John McVie (bass). The band became the toast of the town, playing a unique blend of the Blues that was influenced by traditional American Blues but injected with new life by the expertise of guitarist Peter Green. As successful as they were, the band eventually splintered with Fleetwood and McVie carrying on the name under numerous transformations until finally achieving commercial success in America during the '70s. This double disc set features the best of those Blues-filled early years including 'Black Magic Woman', 'Long Grey Mare', 'Coming Home' and many more. 30 tracks. Camden.

 
 Tracks
 
Black Magic Woman
Long Grey Mare
Rollin' Man
Lazy Poker Blues
Jigsaw Puzzle Blues
Coming Home
Got to Move
No Place to Go
The Sun Is Shining
World's in a Tangle
If You Be My Baby
My Baby's Good to Me
My Heart Beat Like a Hammer
Like Crying
Need Your Love Tonight
Albatross
Need Your Love So Bad
Dust My Broom
Cold Black Night
Doctor Brown
I Loved Another Woman
I Believe My Time Ain't Long
Shake Your Moneymaker
The World Keep on Turning
Looking for Somebody
Talk With You
I've Lost My Baby
Trying So Hard to Forget
Merry Go Round
Worried Dream
 
 Recommendations

People who buy fleetwood mac CDS may also enjoy, in order of descending probability, the works of Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Who, Byrds, Allman Brothers Band, George Harrison, Yes, Bob Dylan, Moody Blues, Deep Purple, Eagles, Elton John, Led Zeppelin.