Live In Boston Remastered Vol. 1 - Fleetwood Mac

Live In Boston Remastered Vol. 1

Fleetwood Mac

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2005-06-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 2003 Snappermusic


Title Artist Time
Black Magic Woman Fleetwood Mac 6:54 USD Album Only
Jumping At Shadows Fleetwood Mac 4:48 USD Album Only
Like It This Way Fleetwood Mac 4:34 USD Album Only
Only You Fleetwood Mac 5:07 USD Album Only
Rattlesnake Shake Fleetwood Mac 24:39 USD Album Only
I Can't Hold Out Fleetwood Mac 6:35 USD Album Only
Got to Move Fleetwood Mac 3:48 USD Album Only
The Green Manalishi Fleetwood Mac 12:55 USD Album Only


  • One of the best live albums out there

    By FunAndFunner
    This album is a beautiful example of the Peter Green era Fleetwood Mac, their dynamics, and amazing musicianship. "Rattlesnake Shake" is a Tour De Force of guitar playing with Green and Kirwan jamming from heavy riffing to soft melodic improv. My personal favorite "Green Manalishi" is probably the most impactful live song I've ever heard. It's heavy-as-a-whale riff and (more importantly) absolutely amazing solo by Peter Green are something that make my cold dead soul feel the blues again. "Jumping At Shadows" is a wonderful slow blues number that slowly builds up to a beautiful solo, filled with meaningful vocals and guitar from Peter Green. "Only You" is an interesting song that has a very Latin sounding solo, sort of Santana-like to be honest. Other than that there are a lot of good slide blues tunes that are good but not really my bag.
  • WHAT

    By *DANCER
    THIS IS NOT FLEETWOOD MAC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Great album but the itunes review is for an altogether different album

    By heydeejay
    Love this recording but the itunes review is not for this album at all; it's for a Fleetwood Mac concert just a few years ago. Slight oversight on somebody's part.
  • Oh Well? Oh Yeah!

    By Backbeatboy
    Most people know the Nicks/Buckingham incarnation of the Mac the best. For many of us this version is the " Real" Fleetwood Mac line-up. Peter Green was arguably the best british blues guitarist of his generation. This concert is sort of the Holy Grail of Peter Green fans. Recorded during the North American tour to support the release of their one legitimate masterpiece, " Then Play On". All three of these volumes are superb recordings of this incredibly hot jamming blues band at the very top of their game. Check out the nuanced rhythm stutter to greens playing on " Jumping at Shadows" Or the great jamming on rattlesnake Shake or Green Manalishi. Don't just stop with volume 1 get 'em all! That is, if you are into this sort of thing. If you'd rather have the blended MOR harmonies of Rumors, you better go your own way. That's not happening here.
  • Rattlesnake Shake

    By gmferguson
    This album is great, but it's the guitar work on Rattleshake Shake that makes it for me. I cut my teeth on Clapton, The Allman Brothers, and others who were known for the live shows, but only knew Fleetwood Mac through their studio work like Oh Well Pt 1. Hearing this album showed me what a powerhouse they were in their blues heyday, especially with Green and Kirwan taking the leads. Rattleshake Shake is one of my favorites with headphones, to pick out their individual guitar lines. Hearing the sound of their Les Pauls through what sound like cranked old Fender Twins is a good refresher to what blues are supposed to sound like - straight ahead unprocessed sound showing true talent. A great listen.
  • "Better Love Me; Baby!"

    By Grimmbo
    .."Love Me All The Time!"..Ohh; Yeah; Another "Band Of Brits" obsessed with our own Chicago "Electric Blues!" And echoing the mighty influences of Howlin' Wolf; Muddy Waters; Albert King and John Lee Hooker! (We can only imagine the "Terrific Trio" of Green, Spencer & Kirwan; backed by the rock-solid rhythm section of the Band's founders; Fleetwood & Mac!) {I remember the original "Boston Tea Party" was a just a small nightclub; so "Live In Boston" must have really "Rocked The House!") Dig again the "Burning Blues" of: Like It This Way; Got To Move; Green Manalishi & Black Magic Woman!-"Hail Britania!" Grimmbo.
  • Oh yeah!

    By CoolFreeHardBop3
    What a great blues/rock band Fleetwood Mac was before they got pop-ular! Peter Green played blues like he was born in the Mississippi delta, and Mac and Fleetwood were a great rhythm section. Buy it!

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