A Hard Road

by John Mayall Bluesbreakers w/ Peter Green

Personnel John Mayall: Vocals, harmonica, piano, organ -- Peter Green: Lead guitar -- John McVie: Bass -- Aynsley Dunbar: Drums
Description This is the CD that John Mayall did with Peter Green--the one after the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton.
Posted By Adrian Levi (2907)
Directory Recordings: Blues
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On 3/31/2006, Martin Priller (574) posted:
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If anybody thought Mayall couldn't replace Clapton after he left,well think again. Check out Peter Green especially on his take of Freddie King's "The Stumble" and his own "The Supernatural " which we know would later evolve into Black Magic Woman when he formed Fleetwood Mac.This is one guitar player who never gets the same accolades as Clapton, Beck & Page but should be right up there with them the pantheons of britsh blues.
On 4/16/2005, Adrian Levi (2907) posted:
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This is a great CD--better than the one with Clapton IMHO. Green is absolutely phenomenal, as displayed on 'Another Kind of Love', 'Someday After a While (You'll be Sorry)', 'The Stumble', and--especially--'The Super-natural.

Soon after this CD Dunbar left to join the Jeff Beck Group and Mick Fleetwood replaced him on drums. Soon after that Green, Fleetwood, and McVie teamed up with slide guitarist Jon Spencer to form the original Fleetwood Mac.