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Kangaroo Kev:
There have been many many great guitar players over the years since rock music developed, for me though no-one has matched the tone and feel that this guy from London had, not a flashy or super fast player, it was all about the emotion of the notes and the way that his guitar seemed to be a voice that was an extension of the player, like Miles Davies trumpet or John Coltranes sax, Greens Les paul seemed to have such a lost and lonely sound at times, like a sad voice that yearned for understanding.....
Whether your favourite guitar player is Clapton, Page, Gilmore or Satriani, have a listen to one who was a true virtuoso whose talent was sadly taken from us when his mind changed forever 40 years ago apparently due to LSD, a journey into insanity, his head becoming filled with demons as described in his own song 'The Green Manalishi'

Man of the world (full) - Peter Green




RICKENBACKER325:
Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood, John McVie. Jeremy Spencer And Danny Kirwan was always my favorite Fleetwood-Mac line up.  The range of songs and writting was incredible. The blues and feeling was unmatched....groups today only dream of what this classice Mac line up had. JMO 8)

ibanez_ax:
Green and Spencer were already gone, but Bare Trees is one of my favorites. Great songs and playing by Kirwan. I would love see a good remaster of this.

RICKENBACKER325:
I would love to see a new allbum and tour of the first original Mac line up, but I think too many of their trains went "chuggin round the bend" many years and drugs ago. :(

ibanez_ax:

--- Quote from: RICKENBACKER325 on October 24, 2012, 05:39:49 PM ---I would love to see a new allbum and tour of the first original Mac line up, but I think too many of their trains went "chuggin round the bend" many years and drugs ago. :(

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Yeah Danny Kirwan's tale is indeed a sad one.

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