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Fleetwood Mac – Blues Jam in Chicago 1969

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Volume One
01. Watch Out
02. Ooh Baby
03. South Indiana (take 1)
04. South Indiana (take 2)
05. Last Night
06. Red Hot Jam
07. I'm Worried
08. I Held My Baby Last Night
09. Madison Blues
10. I Can't Hold Out
11. I Need Your Love
12. I Got The Blues

Volume Two
01. World's In A Tangle
02. Talk With You
03. Like It This Way
04. Someday Soon Baby
05. Hungry Country Girl
06. Black Jack Blues
07. Everyday I Have The Blues
08. Rockin' Boogie
09. Sugar Mama
10. Homework
Fleetwood Mac: Jeremy Spencer (vocals, guitar, slide guitar); Danny Kirwan (vocals, guitar); Peter Green (vocals, guitar); John McVie (bass guitar); Mick Fleetwood (drums). Mentors: Otis Spann (vocals, piano); David Honeyboy Edwards (guitar); Buddy Guy (guitar); Walter "Shakey" Horton (harmonica); J. T. Brown (tenor saxophone); Willie Dixon (acoustic bass); S.P. Leary (drums).


This set, recorded at Chess Record's Ter-Mar complex in Chicago, pairs Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac with some of the Windy City's blues legends including Willie Dixon, Otis Spann, Buddy Guy, and David "Honeyboy" Edwards. Put together on short notice, and recorded in one day, the sessions have something of a ramshackle feel, but the energy of the performances transcends any shortcomings on this date. Dixon oversaw the proceedings, and can be heard during the between-song banter giving directions and chastising Walter "Shakey" Horton for missing his cues.

Since the Peter Green-led Fleetwood Mac was so directly influenced by Chicago blues, the session acts as a kind of stylistic homecoming for the band. Bassist John McVie and drummer Mick Fleetwood contribute driving rhythms while guitarists Danny Kirwan and Jeremy Spencer lend both rhythms and the occasional lead. Green's stunningly fluid guitar work is at the fore, as usual. But the real treat is picking out the Chess players--Otis Spann's piano on "I Got the Blues," J.T. Brown's tenor sax on Elmore James's "I Can't Hold Out," or Guy and Edwards, who go toe-to-toe with Green on "Red Hot Jam," one of the session's indisputable highlights. ---Rovi


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