Peter Green (born Peter Allen Greenbaum, 29 October 1946) is an English blues rock singer-songwriter and guitarist. As a co-founder of Fleetwood Mac, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Green's songs, such as "Albatross", "Black Magic Woman", "Oh Well", "The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)" and "Man of the World", appeared on singles charts, and several have been adapted by a variety of musicians.
Whatcha Gonna Do? is an album by British blues rock musician Peter Green, who was the founder of Fleetwood Mac and a member from 1967–70. Released in 1981, this was his fourth solo album, the third in his 'middle period' of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and his last for PVK Records. All the tracks on the album were written by Green's brother Mike. All tracks written by Mike Green. Gotta See Her Tonight" – 5:46. Promised Land" – 3:29. Bullet in the Sky" – 3:19. Give Me Back My Freedom" – 5:37.
413. The worn area on the face of the Burst while being played by Paul Warren. I played very aggressively, he said. In the photo, Green appears to be wearing the same red flannel shirt and light blue T-shirt he wore the day of the purchase. According to Celmins, Green was overjoyed to have the Burst, but not long after acquiring it, handed it to a complete stranger in a hotel elevator, and the guitar ended up in a pawn shop, where it was later recovered by Peter Vernon Kell, a music producer who worked with Green at the time. Peter Green’s original 1959 Burst has been at the center of Les Paul Mania for several decades. Peter Green test-drives a Les Paul Standard in Frank Lucido’s living room in 1979. It was like a freaking vintage guitar party, Lucido said.
Peter Green - an all-time great white blues guitarist. Began his career like many other British blues men, in John Mayall's Blues Breakers, where he met Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. Founded, led, played guitar and sang in Fleetwood Mac's early phase. Following a long break due to mental stresses, he reemerged in the late '90s with a new band, the Peter Green Splinter Group. Guitar Guy, Guitar Players, El Rock, Classic Rock And Roll, Rock N Roll, Gibson Guitars, Eric Clapton, Gibson Les Paul, Steve Winwood.
The Perer Green Collection '2001. Alone With The Blues '2000. The Very Best Of Peter Green '1998. All releases . Related artists. Alvin Lee. Aynsley Lister. Blindside Blues Band.
Learn how Peter Green got his trademark, "out-of-phase" sound from his 1959 Les Paul. So asked Andy Ellis of Peter Green in the November 2000 issue of Guitar Player. The guitar in question was none other than Green’s 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard, a legendary instrument that the Fleetwood Mac founder used to write and record many of the group’s seminal blues cuts, including Black Magic Woman, Oh Well and The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Prong Crown). Green’s Les Paul was considered magic for its out-of-phase sound, a nasal tonality missing from the typical Les Paul repertoire. Oddly, Green didn’t think much of the assessment
The Music of Peter Green (Disc 2). VA - Guitar Collection 3. Green And Guitar : The Best Of Peter Green 1977 - 1981. Guitar Collection 8. Guitar And Son.
Here is yet another Peter Green collection comprised mainly of material from 1979 through 1983, with the thoroughly enjoyable Fleetwood Mac A-side "Man of the World," from 1969, included for some inexplicable reason. The material here is culled from Green's first return to recording after a six-year hiatus for personal and mental health reasons. The Peter Green who returned to the scene on In the Skies was a leaner and meaner player. blue highlight denotes track pick.
|2||A Fool No More|
|3||Loser Two Times|
|5||Cryin' Won't Bring You Back|
|6||Gotta See Her Tonight|
|7||Last Train To San Antone|
|9||Whatcha Gonna Do?|
|10||Walkin' The Road|
- Licensed From – Creole Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Castle Communications AG
- Pressed By – P+O Pallas – 8667
- Recorded At – Lansdowne Studios
- Recorded At – Morgan Studios
- Recorded At – Vineyard Studios
- Recorded At – Rampart Studios, London
- Recorded At – Advision Studios
- Recorded At – Rock City Studios
- Recorded At – Utopia Studios
- Published By – Tashman Music
- Published By – King Music
- Backing Vocals – Carol Ingram, Pam Douglas
- Bass Guitar – John Edwards*, Kuma Harada, Paul Westwood
- Cover [Cover Design], Design [Cover Design] – Helen Willey
- Drums – Dave Mattacks, Reg Isidore
- Harmonica, Lead Guitar, Lead Vocals – Peter Green
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Snowy White
- Organ – Peter Bardens, Roy Shipton*
- Percussion – Lennox Langton*, Morris Pert
- Piano – Dave Wilkey, Peter Vernon-Kell
- Producer – Peter Vernon-Kell
- Rhythm Guitar – Ronnie Johnson
NotesJewel case with 4-page booklet. Made in Germany.
Duration not listed on release.
℗ 1991 Castle Communication AG
Track 2 published by King Music.
All other tracks published by Tashman Music.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 4 010946 702322
- Barcode (Scanned): 4010946702322
- Label Code: LC 6448
- Matrix / Runout: CHC 7023 P+O-8667-A1 04-91
- Rights Society: SUISA
|CRX 5||Peter Green||Blue Guitar (LP, Comp)||Creole Records||CRX 5||UK||1981|
|RNCD 1003||Peter Green||Blue Guitar (CD, Comp)||Possum||RNCD 1003||Australia & New Zealand||1991|
|POW 6039||Peter Green||Blue Guitar (LP, Comp)||Junction Records||POW 6039||Australia & New Zealand||1982|
|6.24979 AO||Peter Green||Blue Guitar (LP, Comp)||Creole Records||6.24979 AO||Germany||1981|
|CRCL-4015||Peter Green||Blue Guitar (CD, Comp, RE)||Loudwoof||CRCL-4015||Japan||1997|