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Peter Green - The End of the Game flac mp3
Performer:
Peter Green
Album:
The End of the Game
Style:
Blues-Rock,British Blues,Regional Blues,Funk,Psychedelic/Garage
Date of release:
1970
Duration:
35:17
FLAC vers. size:
1250 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1143 mb
WMA vers. size:
1440 mb
Other formats
AAC DXD VQF VOC AU AC3
Rating:
4.7 ★
Votes:
149

This is a discography for Peter Green, the founder and original lead guitarist of Fleetwood Mac in the late 1960s. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, he enjoyed a brief solo career, before further success in the late 1990s with the Peter Green Splinter Group. I Believe My Time Ain’t Long", "Rambling Pony" (1967). Shake Your Moneymaker", "My Heart Beat Like a Hammer" (1968). Black Magic Woman", "The Sun Is Shining" (1968). Need Your Love So Bad", "Stop Messin’ Round" (1968).

If you want to know, "What is the Best Peter Green album of all time?" or "What are the top Peter Green albums?" then this list will answer your questions. Before starting another group, Peter Green Splinter Group, he released a series of great albums, Some of which include The End of the Game and In the Skies. You can help rank each album from best to worst (or next best) by voting up the ones you think are best, and voting any others down accordingly.

Peter Green (2). The End Of The Game (Album). The Green Manalishi which was very heavy rock well before its time is another fine example of Greens vision. The 1966 John Mayall With Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers, probably Claptons' finest release, was followed the next year by John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers - A Hard Road, which featured Green's guitar & vocals. A Hard Road" is an equally awesome recording which includes such heavyweight Peter Green compositions as "The Supernatural"

darkness, kerker, lusiffer & sad sir. paint it black. let a dim light shine.

To Peter Morton the whole room seemed to darken, and he had the impression of a great bird swooping. He cried again, "Wake up," and once more there was silver light and the touch of rain on the windows. Francis rubbed his eyes. The two lay silent in bed facing each other, the same green eyes, the same nose tilting at the tip, the same firm lips, and the same premature modelling of the chin. The fifth of January, Peter thought again, his mind drifting idly from the image of cakes to the prizes which might be won. Egg-and-spoon races, spearing apples in basins of water, blind man's buff. I don't want to go," Francis said suddenly. Girls were like that.

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The End Of The Game ‎(LP, Album). The End Of The Game ‎(LP, Album).

Peter Greene, Actor: The Mask. Born in Montclair, New Jersey in 1965. He discovered acting in his mid 20s in New York, where he was trained at Lee Strasberg's studio. Then his deep voiced, tall and pale persona showed up on TV and films in 1990. His first leading roles were in Laws of Gravity (1992) and Clean, Shaven (1993), the latter of which got him noticed by Quentin.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Bottoms Up Peter Green Peter Green 9:05
2 Timeless Time Peter Green Peter Green 2:37
3 Descending Scale Peter Green Peter Green 8:17
4 Burnt Foot Peter Green Peter Green 5:16
5 Hidden Depth Peter Green Peter Green 4:54
6 The End of the Game Peter Green Peter Green 5:08

Credits

Martin Birch - Engineer
Nick Buck - Keyboards, Organ, Piano (Electric)
Alex Dmochowski - Bass, Guitar (Bass)
Peter Green - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Keystone - Photography
Godfrey McLean - Drums, Percussion
Zoot Money - Piano
  • Mataxe
When you listen to this album, you get the feeling it was more of a jamming session that was scrapped together for our listening privilege. It probably was just a jamming session, but it was ahead of its time in that respect, look at all the CD release of old bands jam sessions. It bogs down in parts, but to hear Peter Green on this album makes me sad that he dropped out of music immediately as his Then Play On album and then this album was a different and unique brand of music / blues and it would have been nice to have something different during the early 70's. It ranks at least a four star.
  • Jonariara
Love this album, especially "Bottoms Up". Awesome playing from everyone involved.
  • Gashakar
Yeah, I also think its a great improvisation album. Maybe ahead of time, if you are a musician you know why.. You who want pop music are in the wrong specture.
  • Tane
I agree that the album makes sense as an improvisational jam session. But what a jam session. The album initially blasts through the speakers with "Bottoms Up", a psychedelic blues-rock slice of the kind of chaotic energy found on early fusion works by Miles and Tony Williams' Lifetime. While the remaining tunes might not maintain the same energy, the musicianship throughout is first-rate and still holds up very well 40+ years later.
  • Aver
This a very disturbing record that absolutely belongs in everyone's Fleetwood Mac/Peter Green collection. Green's guitar here is the sound of his mind at the time, and it communicates directly and effectively, as his playing always has. This time, though, the fractured genius of his playing defies adequate description, which is probably why the record is purely instrumental except for a quiet scream. If you can handle it, it's a trip to hell well worth taking. Five stars
  • Landarn
I've always heard this album was supposed to be terrible?! It's a free blowing jam session that speaks to the bands improvisational skills, which are pretty high in more ways than one, than to conventional compositions. It's got more in common with free jazz than the blues, rock or conventional pop music. It can get a bit outside and indulgent, but there's also some great acidic telepathy going on here much like the Grateful Dead at their late 60s best or early Tangerine Dream, Guru Guru or Amon Düül. I really like it!
  • Fog
It takes a musician to truly appreciate the merits of this album. It may be a mistake to call it anything but possibly loose ended, but it has plenty offer.
  • Otiel
I think that if this album is evaluated on it's own merits, and in the context of the west coast psychedelia that is its apparent inspiration, it isn't bad at all. I wouldn't call it a masterpiece, but it surely isn't the stain on Peter Green's reputation that it has been painted as.
  • Malanim
Horrible music from an overrated guitaristHuge disappointment.
  • Kirizius
Pitiful meandering. As musically messed up as he apparently was psychologically.