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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Fleetwood Mac - The Complete Warehouse Tapes 1970 R.I.P. Peter Green






















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87 comments:

  1. Thanks Prof. . . Then Play On is probably my favorite album and should be considered a masterpiece like Love's Forever Changes. I went to see them in 1970 only to find out Peter Green had just quit the band.

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  2. Thanks a ton, Prof ... I can't wait to give this a listen especially since it was recorded a month before the Boston Tea Party (Feb. 5. 6 & 7, 1970) shows. I have the 2013 remastered (circular box) which Madfish put out and sounds great compared to earlier released versions but this Owsley recording is gonna be a real treat ... especially given the Prof Stoned treatment. Thank you for posting this in tribute to Peter. He was definitely to beautiful a soul for this world.

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  3. Thanks so much for this, both the sound and performance are a pleasure to hear for the first time 50 years later. Very much appreciate your generosity and efforts!

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  4. Thanks so much, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac was always a favorite of mine!

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  5. Hi Prof., when going to the link it says the file is in the owner's trash - is it undergoing a revision?

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  6. Small one, yeah. Few clicks removed. It's back up now.

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  7. Downloading now. Thank you as always Professor, this will be a fine addition to my Peter Green binge (which already includes your superb work on the John Mayall singles)

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  8. Did a couple more fixes and improved intro first song. Suggest you all d/l again. Will leave it alone now.

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  9. Hi Prof., this is my first time here...thank you so much for all of your hard work, expenditures and generosity........

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  10. Thank you Prof. Rest in peace, Mr. Green

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  11. Thanks so much, Prof. This is going to be a real treat.

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  12. Many thanks for your great work.

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  13. Fantastic Stuff. I like later Mac but this was eye opening! Thanks for the post!

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  14. How lovely and unexpected. Thank you for this and your whole dang operation. You do wonderful work.

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  15. Thank you for these tapes profstoned. A trying time indeed. Much appreciated.

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  16. This is MAGNIFICENT, Professor!! Many thanks!

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  17. Ah, prof, thanks for this! I am very much looking forward to giving this a listen. As with a lot of us, I've been listening to a bunch of Peter Green since I heard the news. I don't have these shows, so I am looking forward to the journey.

    I wonder if you or any of the folks posting here might recommend which version of the Boston Tea Party set is the best. I have the 1999 Snapper box but there are so many versions out there.

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  18. Great! This will be a great listen. RIP Peter Green! Looking forward to the upcoming FM mega box coming this September. Covering the "bridge" between the Peter Green era and that of Nicks-Buckingham.

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  19. Thanks so much for working your magic on this treasure Prof!

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  20. Thank you very much

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  21. Greetings from Scotland.Very sad to hear of Peter Green death. His troubles are finally over, but his fantastic contribution to music lives, forever on.Many thanks for the Warehouse Tapes. Peace & Love, TR.

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  22. Fantastic, thank you!

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  23. Thanks Professor, RIP Peter.

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  24. Guitar Hero. Bad , Bad News. Thanks Prof Stoned.

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  25. Great work, Prof, thanks a lot.

    Dubley

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  26. Although 1960's British guitar discussions tend to usually focus on Clapton, Beck and Page, my favorite was Peter Green. His ability to convey emotion through his playing was unparalleled. Additionally, his vocals could be haunting. What a talent.

    Thanks Prof for all your work and this one in particular.

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  27. Although 1960's British guitar discussions tend to usually focus on Clapton, Beck and Page, my favorite was Peter Green. His ability to convey emotion through his playing was unparalleled. Additionally, his vocals could be haunting. What a talent.

    Thanks Prof for all your work and this one in particular.

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  28. Thank you for this, very sad to see him go.

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  29. Mr Prof
    I was really hopeful that you would do a tribute to old Greeny then a few days later it drops. I really appreciate your work especially these Warehouse tapes. Your services are very highly regarded and your taste is impeccable.

    Many Thanks

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  30. Fantastic! Thanks, Professor!

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  31. Thank you, exellent quality! MZ

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  32. Thanks. So many of my heroes are only 5-10 years older then me, and we are losing them.

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  33. Another masterpiece Prof ! Words aren't enough to convey thanks on this.
    AA

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  34. Thank you......I, like many others here, appreciate your time and effort.....always looking for the best quality sound....can't see the point otherwise.....cheers, Snapper

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  35. Thank you for this. I haven't listened to this yet, but was just listening to Black Magic Woman from the Boston Tea Party. What Peter could do with just a few notes or a short phrase was just amazing, especially when pushed on and accompanied by the rest of the band.

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  36. Many thanks Prof Stoned, been looking for these sets for awhile. Fleetwood Mac and the Dead, what a great evening of music… And thanks to Bear for all his original recordings.

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  37. Looks fantastic thanks for the share!

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  38. Many thanks! FM and The Yardbirds get my vote for being the most distinctive British blues bands.

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  39. Thanks, Prof! Starting this set now.

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  40. Thank you Prof. Wonderful to hear the joy of a band that's really in the groove together.

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  41. Thank you! Always sad to see the great ones go.

    tsi&hrjs

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  43. Many thanks for this.
    Compared to his contemporaries, Greeny's legacy is small but it is diamonds set in gold and so it is to e highly prized.

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  44. thanks a lot for your work

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  45. Thank you very much for your work on this! Peter Green was outstanding until he lost his talent. In the later years nothing was left of his genius, unfortunately.

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  46. Wonderful to see your back mate !

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  47. Many thanks - always good to hear Mr Green, especially now there will be no more...

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  48. Holy crap. I was in the audience for the third night at the Warehouse - all of 17 years old, slightly drunk, and a little overwhelmed by the music and the crowd. Thanks for giving me the chance to relive it.

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  49. molive238@gmail.comAugust 29, 2020 at 6:37 AM

    Thank you for this. I had it in MP3, this is better! I got to see Peter at the Fillmore East only because it was the tour where Jeremy Spencer left, otherwise; I never would have had the chance. Thanks again!

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  50. THANK YOU... BRILLIANT WORK AS ALWAYS

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  51. Thank you, much appreciated!

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  52. A blast from the past! Thanks a lot.

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  53. Thank you for this. I have it in MP3, Flac is great! This is a great show.

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  54. thx - I'm curious to compare the set with the 3 files I've from this shows, cheers Karl

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  55. Dear Prof. thank you so much for your dedication. I love Jimi Hendrix and Peter Green. Stay positive and virus negative. Greetings from Italy.

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  56. Just found your blog. Many thanks for this one. It's fantastic.

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  57. Thank you. I have just been reading up on Peter's life and finding this seems very appropriate.

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  58. Much appreciated!

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  59. Dear Prof, although I know your work from other sites, I am happy I just discovered your blog. And I'm happier that the links are still working. A million thanks!

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  60. Thanks you so much for these wonderful recordings. Only saw the band once, I think it was early 1968, Redcar Jazz Club, but Peter's playing struck a deep chord in my heart and has remained there ever since.

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  61. Many thanks once again, wonderful shares!

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  62. Fantastic!!!!
    Thank you Prof
    Muito obrigado aqui do Brasil

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  63. thank you for giving us the warehouse tapes, your work is very much appreciated...Peter Green lives...

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  64. Not being a fan of "white boy blues" I must say that this is stupendous stuff. It really gets better as it goes along. Fleetwood is a drumming machine. The Prof rules! Thank you sir.

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  65. Thank You so very much for sharing this very fine quality LP.

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  66. Thanks a lot for sharing it! Otstanding quality!

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  67. Thank You very much!

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  68. I have always loved this show but felt the mix was not good. Can't wait to see what you've done. Thank you again for your work to bring us quality listening.

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  69. Thank you so much for sharing these sets. They really sound amazing!

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