Peter Green - John Mayall - The Stumble, Live in '67

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  1. Poppa Stoppa

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    This was new to me last week, quite a rarity. Listen to PG go!
     
  2. Broken Cord

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    That was quite nice.
     
  3. guitarjazz

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    I actually heard his playing on Hard Road before I hear 'God'. Hard to follow 'God' but he did quite well. Love Fleetwood Mac in Chicago...'Watch Out'.
     
  4. Clifford-D

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    A thing of beauty

    really, some GREAT Peter Green here

    thanks
     
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    Cool short hair pics of him I hadn't seen before in that clip.
     
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    That's IT, what British blues guitar playing is all about, simply FANTASTIC.

    Phrasing, timing, vibrato, EVERYTHING is great and effortless.

    I WANT that TONE....:mob
     
  7. GulfportBound

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    'Orrible recording but terrific performance. Even when he's just ripping it, Peter Green is a textbook exercise in less being so much more.
     
  8. blues junkie

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    Peter Green was the FINEST Blues player from across the pond.
     
  9. Lightningrt

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    What makes PG and John Mayall's version my favourite version is the bass and drums - no walking bass or anything fancy - just drive! Very ZZ Top.
     
  10. TonyBony

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    The tone on that was amazing.
     
  11. Twitchey

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    PG ripping it up! Thank you for sharing.
     
  12. Poppa Stoppa

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    That would be his LP through the block-lettered Marshall JTM45 that's in some of the photos on that clip, I reckon.
     
  13. Poppa Stoppa

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    Glad you enjoyed it! I never thought I'd hear a live recording from that era. His playing is great for someone so young, he's obviously hearing it in his head first.
     
  14. karmadave

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    Five live Mayall with Peter Green recordings were made, by Tom Huissen, in 1967. Two of these recordings have been released.

    http://www.johntherevelator.nl/history/peter_green_

    I have two of these recordings (Manor House and Marquee Tape) and Peter Green's playing has never been better. These were recorded on a Sanyo mono tape deck so the quality is not spectacular. You can email Tom for more info...
     
  15. DamianP

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    Love it!

    The sound of a young Londoner. Full of attitude and confidence.
     
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    The poster on the wall behind the band says it all, what a line- up...
     
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    Greenie knocked " God " off from his pedistal!
     
  18. Twangdaddy

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    Old thread but ... :agree IMO Peter Green stomped da rump of Clapton in every possible way. Beautiful playing! :•)
     
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    I don't know if I remembered to breath the first time I listened to this one. Listen to how he drives from one brilliant idea to the next: each chorus seems better than the last.
     
  20. Kevbo599

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    Thanks! I've been listening to Live in Boston Remastered, some great stuff there for Peter Green fans.
     

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