The story of Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, as told by John Mayall, Mike Vernon and Green himself

by GuitarDomain

Peter Green is, arguably, the most underrated guitarist of the British mid-’60s blues boom, consistently relegated to a position somewhere below the holy triumvirate of Clapton, Beck and Page.

He deserves better. He would write some of the most memorable blues-based songs of the ’60s, create some of the genre’s most imaginative guitar licks and establish a band that, by the end of the decade, was out-selling the Beatles and the Stones.

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