Blues Don't Change - Green, Peter Splinter Group
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Peter Green was discovered by John Mayall and was lead guitarist in the late 60's Bluesbreakers before leaving to form Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac with Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. After well documented health problems, Green reappeared in the mid 90's, much changed but with his talent and love of the blues still intact, as an integral part of Peter Green Splinter Group. "Blues Don't Change" is an album of tracks that inspired Peter Green and the other Splinter Group members to start playing the blues in the first place. These are songs originally made famous by such blues greats as B.B. King, Willie Dixon, Albert King, John Lee Hooker and Freddie King among others. This album, recorded in 2001, was originally made available at only via the band's website and at concerts but is now being generally released at mid-price for the first time. Line-up: Peter Green - Guitar, Vocals; Nigel Watson - Guitar, Vocals; Larry Tolfree - Drums; Roger Cotton - Keyboards; Pete Stroud - Bass.
- I Believe My Time Ain't Long
- Take Out Some Insurance
- When It All Comes Down
- Honey Bee
- Little Red Rooster
- Don't Start Me Talking
- Nobody Knows When You're Down And Out
- Help Me Through The Day
- Honest I Do
- Blues Don't Change
- Crawlin' King Snake