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In the Skies : Peter Green
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Album: In the Skies : Peter Green
# Song Title   Time
1)    In The Skies Album Version More Info... 3:49
2)    Slabo Day Album Version More Info... 5:09
3)    A Fool No More Album Version More Info... 7:45
4)    Tribal Dance Album Version More Info... 4:29
5)    Seven Stars Album Version More Info... 3:07
6)    Funky Chunky Album Version More Info... 4:13
7)    Just For You Album Version More Info... 4:36
8)    Proud Pinto Album Version More Info... 3:39
9)    Apostle Album Version More Info... 3:13
2)    Slabo Days More Info...
3)    Fool No More More Info...
4)    Tribal Dance More Info...
5)    Seven Stars More Info...
6)    Funky Chunk More Info...
7)    Just for You More Info...
8)    Proud Pinto More Info...
9)    Apostle More Info...
 

Album: In the Skies : Peter Green
# Song Title   Time
1)    In The Skies Album Version More Info... 3:49
2)    Slabo Day Album Version More Info... 5:09
3)    A Fool No More Album Version More Info... 7:45
4)    Tribal Dance Album Version More Info... 4:29
5)    Seven Stars Album Version More Info... 3:07
6)    Funky Chunky Album Version More Info... 4:13
7)    Just For You Album Version More Info... 4:36
8)    Proud Pinto Album Version More Info... 3:39
9)    Apostle Album Version More Info... 3:13
2)    Slabo Days More Info...
3)    Fool No More More Info...
4)    Tribal Dance More Info...
5)    Seven Stars More Info...
6)    Funky Chunk More Info...
7)    Just for You More Info...
8)    Proud Pinto More Info...
9)    Apostle More Info...
 
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  • This remastered solo album from former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green features nine rockin' tracks.
  • After almost a decade of personal, drug-addled hell since his 1970 debut The End of the Game, Peter Green begins his comeback with In the Skies, and a title tune that sounds downright hopeful compared to where he left off. Although Green shares lead guitar work with Snowy White, it's clear from his fluid technique and haunting tone that he can still play. "A Fool No More" is the kind of slow blues Green excels at. Robin Trower drummer Reg Isidore gives way on one track to Godfrey McLean, who played on The End of the Game. Green dips even farther back into his past, courtesy of keyboards by Pete Bardens, who gave him his first professional music job in 1966 in a band with Mick Fleetwood. Green's singing, never a particular strength, is not a weakness here. Five of the nine songs are instrumentals, continuing a longtime Green tradition. It's an unambitious but solid and welcome return by a guitarist who in his prime rivaled Eric Clapton. If that seems far-fetched, listen to A Hard Road by John Mayall's Bluebreakers or Then Play On by Fleetwood Mac. ~ Mark Allan
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