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Slabo Day – Peter Green



SLABO DAY = So LABOured DAY

Peter Green (born Peter Allen Greenbaum, 29 October 1946, in Bethnal Green, London) is a British blues-rock guitarist and founder of the band Fleetwood Mac.

A figurehead in the British blues movement, Green inspired B. B. King to say, “He has the sweetest tone I ever heard; he was the only one who gave me the cold sweats.” Green’s playing was marked with a distinctive vibrato and economy of style. Though he played other guitars, he is best known for deriving a unique tone from his 1959 Gibson Les Paul. A result of the magnet of his guitar’s neck pickup being accidentally reversed to produce an ‘out of phase’ sound.

Song : Slabo Day

Album : Peters Album Blues by Green

Slabo Day – Peter Green

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  1. There is another version of this track, by Snowy White and Peter Green. It's the rehearsal or practice track, and it's on the album called 'Snowy White – Gold Top'. Peter Green's voice can be heard at the beginning, and Snowy white takes over the lead guitar. I think it is better because it it sounds as though they are 'jammin' rather than making a perfect studio recording.

  2. En matière d'images et de nuages imagés, j'invite les lecteurs de ce commentaire à jeter un oeil à la bd de mikaël intitulée " Les Nuages". C'est, tout comme ce titre, une pure merveille.

  3. Αν δεν κανω λαθος ρυθμικη κιθαρα παιζει ο SNOWY WHITE?

  4. Such a great and spellbinding song !!! When you listen to it once, you can’t stop listening to it again and again And again. In his heyday, Peter Green had such a tremendous and very sensitive feeling while playing guitar. So sad about what happened to him in the 70’s. One of the most underrated guitar player of all time

  5. Is this Pete or Snowy here,,,,,please help me out,,,cause it sure as Hell sounds like Pete to me,,,,,

  6. Listen to Opening Pace by Snowy White. You will hear similarities. I guess Snowy is a big fan of Peter

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