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Man of the World - The Anthology 1968-1988


Download links and information about Man of the World - The Anthology 1968-1988 by Peter Green. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Country genres. It contains 36 tracks with total duration of 02:37:07 minutes.

Artist: Peter Green
Release date: 2004
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Country
Tracks: 36
Duration: 02:37:07
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No. Title Length
1. Man of the World (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 3:00
2. Long Grey Mare (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 1:58
3. Cryin' Won't Bring You Back 5:04
4. A Fool No More 7:42
5. Trying to Hit My Head Against the Wall 3:44
6. Last Train to San Antone 5:30
7. Walkin' the Road 3:48
8. Uranus (featuring Brunning Sunflower Blues Band) 3:20
9. Whatcha Gonna Do? 3:48
10. Born On the Wild Side 2:58
11. Lost My Love 5:22
12. Fast Talkin' Woman Blues (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 3:21
13. Long Way from Home 3:42
14. Touch My Spirit 3:44
15. Seven Stars 3:04
16. Loser Two Times 4:28
17. Oh Well (Live) (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 2:46
18. If You Let Me Love You (Live) (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 10:30
19. Jumping At Shadows (Live) (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 4:22
20. Black Magic Woman (Live) (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 7:10
21. Big Boy Now 5:53
22. You Won't See Me Anymore 3:35
23. Got to See Her Tonight 5:46
24. Same Old Blues 3:43
25. Showbiz Blues 4:02
26. Ride With Your Daddy Tonight (featuring Brunning Sunflower Blues Band) 3:28
27. Tribal Dance 4:27
28. Give Me Back My Freedom 5:37
29. Bandit 3:02
30. Baby, When the Sun Goes Down 5:33
31. What Am I Doing Here? 3:28
32. Shining Star 3:06
33. Apostle 3:10
34. Stranger Blues (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 4:54
35. Lazy Poker Blues (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 3:21
36. The Green Manalishi (featuring Fleetwood Mac) 4:41



This double-disc overview collection of British super guitarist Peter Green is unique only for the limit of its focus and its seeming willy-nilly sequenced expression of it. If you're a fan, there isn't anything here you don't already have. By concentrating on a 20-year period — and for most of that Green was lost in his own mind — listeners get a solid selection of Green's creative genius with Fleetwood Mac, his spotty early solo records when his disintegration begins, and his tentative but still brilliant first return to music-making as well as a pair of sideman gigs with Bob Brunning's Sunflower Blues Band tossed in for good measure. There are only two live cuts in the batch, Boston Tea Party-era versions of "Black Magic Woman" and a cover of Duster Bennett's "Jumping at Shadows," and a wildly interspersed series of solo album cuts, Mac singles, and LP grooves like the juxtaposition of Green's "Lost My Love" with FM's "Fast Talking Woman Blues." In all, the only new thing here is the packaging and the inventive if problematic assemblage.