Slabo Day – Peter Green


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. 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

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