Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. This strong psychedelic trip record clearly shows how great Peter Green was at the time. The End of the Game is a hallucinatory mix of jazz, fusion and blues. The edited pieces of a long jam session are experimental and all instrumentals. Peter Green's wah-wah Gibson guitar is incredibly expressive as is his band. It is a journey that Fleetwood Mac didn't want to make, but Green did it in a mind-blowing way. In 1967 Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie played in the legendary John Mayall & The Blues Breakers and were given free studio time during which they recorded five songs. Peter Green was so convinced of this band's musical prowess that he formed Fleetwood Mac on the spot and named it after the drummer and the bass player.
Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. This strong psychedelic trip record clearly shows how great Peter Green was at the time. The End of the Game is a hallucinatory mix of jazz, fusion and blues. The edited pieces of a long jam session are experimental and all instrumentals. Peter Green's wah-wah Gibson guitar is incredibly expressive as is his band. It is a journey that Fleetwood Mac didn't want to make, but Green did it in a mind-blowing way. In 1967 Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie played in the legendary John Mayall & The Blues Breakers and were given free studio time during which they recorded five songs. Peter Green was so convinced of this band's musical prowess that he formed Fleetwood Mac on the spot and named it after the drummer and the bass player.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MOVL
Rel. Date: 03/27/2020
UPC: 8719262013254

End Of The Game
Artist: Peter Green
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. This strong psychedelic trip record clearly shows how great Peter Green was at the time. The End of the Game is a hallucinatory mix of jazz, fusion and blues. The edited pieces of a long jam session are experimental and all instrumentals. Peter Green's wah-wah Gibson guitar is incredibly expressive as is his band. It is a journey that Fleetwood Mac didn't want to make, but Green did it in a mind-blowing way. In 1967 Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie played in the legendary John Mayall & The Blues Breakers and were given free studio time during which they recorded five songs. Peter Green was so convinced of this band's musical prowess that he formed Fleetwood Mac on the spot and named it after the drummer and the bass player.