Peter Green years compilation repressed on 140-gram double LP!
A wonderful and concise sampling and "best of" the first phase of Fleetwood Mac, in all of its blues roots glory. The Best Of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac is a 2002 compilation album focusing on the Peter Green years. The double LP contains every single by the band released in the United Kingdom during the years 1968 to 1971 with the exception of their joint single credited also to Otis Spann, although the band's cover of "Need Your Love So Bad" is a longer outtake rather than the U.K. single version.
That single's B-side does appear, as does the B-side to "Oh Well (Part 1)" without the edit separating the track from its A-side. Only two tracks do not feature Green: "Dragonfly" recorded after Green left; and "I'd Rather Go Blind" by Chicken Shack featuring future Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie. The second version of "Albatross" ending the set derives from a 2002 recording by DJ Chris Coco.