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  1. Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. Live at the BBC London (Radio Loop Loop) – Vinyl only A-side. I Can’t Hold Out. Sweet Little Angel. Why Did You Go Away. The World Keeps on Turning. Don’t Be Cruel. I Need Your Love. You’re A Mean Mistreater. Talk With You. B-side. Sweet Home Chicago. Mean Old World. Whole Lotta Love. Bo Diddley.
  2. Does for Fleetwood Mac what Led Zeppelin's BBC disc did for them--establish them as a band that rose above its genre and became something special. Great three-way guitar action, emotion, the lot. Yes, there are some insipid pop tracks, but mostly it's a lot of dirty guitar, throbbing rhythms and some convincing channeling of Buddy Holly, Elvis /5(20).
  3. During the early days of Radio One, Fleetwood Mac were regular visitors to the BBC studios. Anyone who saw the band in those years could not fail to be impressed by the bands live performances. They were the very best of British blues. Peter Green and the boys took the music well beyond the other major exponents of the time/5(12).
  4. Fleetwood Mac (Musical group) OCLC Number: Performer(s): Rock music performed by Fleetwood Mac (Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Peter Green, Danny Kirwan, Jeremy Spencer). Event notes: Recorded for the BBC between and Description: 2 audio discs: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Details: Compact discs. Contents: Disc one.
  5. The Fleetwood Mac that recorded these 36 songs for the British Broadcasting Company in /70 was the hottest band in Europe. Playing Chicago-style blues in an era of country rock, late psychedelia and the decline of the Beatles, Fleetwood Mac enjoyed a run of Mac mania in that included frenzied fans flghting to get into still-small gigs.
  6. Fleetwood Mac: Live At The BBC (2-CD) (/70 'Fleetwood Mac R')(/36) Als diese Aufnahmen erstmals veröffentlicht wurden, gab es richtigen Run auf diese und die damals lieferbaren CDs mit den Studioaufnahmen dieser faszinierenden Band.
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  8. Along with 18 key cuts from the bluesy early years of Peter Green and his band that would soon soar to stardom, this CD includes "I’d Rather Go Blind" by Christine McVie’s band Chicken Shack and Chris Coco’s remake of "Albatross" featuring Green.

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