Fleetwood Mac

Oslo and The Hague – Live 1969

1960s Records
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R&B 65
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New, Still Sealed. Limited Issue. The first part is at The Hague – February 28th 1969. Opener One Sided Love is a cautiously paced Danny Kirwan original that was not recorded in the studio. San Ho-Zay is a Freddie King instrumental from 1961 which never appeared on a Fleetwood Mac LP. A raucous Blue Suede Shoes puts Jeremy Spencer in the spotlight and the broadcast ends with a snippet of Twist and Shout that sounds more like the Clash than the Beatles.The last four songs iwere recorded in front of an all-seated audience for Norwegian TV during November 1969. I’m Worried is an Elmore James number, otherwise unrecorded by the band. Like It This Way never featured on a Fleetwood Mac studio LP. When Kirwan breaks a string Green plays a solo electric version of The World Keep On Turning originally recorded on their self-titled debut LP. The breadth of material – both covers and originals – is truly remarkable. One Sided Love / Stop Messin’ Around / San Ho-Zay / Albatross / Tallahassie Lassie / Blue Suede Shoes / Twist & Shout / I’m Worried / Like It This Way / The World Keep On Turning / Rattlesnake Shake

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