A lot of people return to their first lovewhen they reach a certain age. In Mick Fleetwood’s case, his first love was the blues. When he founded Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac together with Peter Green back in 1967, which was later shortened to Fleetwood Mac after John McVie joined the fold, this group went on to grow into one of the most successful blues acts of its time. ”Black Magic Woman” (with which Santana later also had a hit), “Oh Well”, and “Man Of The World” became major chart successes,and their instrumental, “Albatross”, became Fleetwood Mac’s first no. 1 hit in the UK.
In 2007 Mick Fleetwood - wanted to the 40th anniversary of Fleetwood Mac - suitable put up a monument to the band and their founding members and revive the sound, which was characteristic for the early formation. who founded Mick Fleetwood blues band, in which in addition to mark Johnston (keyboards, vocals) and Lenny Castellanos (bass, vocals) shines above all as a superb guitarist Rick Vito….
"Mick" Fleetwood is a British musician and actor, best known for his role as the drummer and co-founder of the rock band Fleetwood Mac. Fleetwood, whose surname was merged with that of John McVie to form the name of the band, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. "Something Big" is the fifth album by Mick Fleetwood, released 28 September 2004. The album features a number of guest musicians, featuring Fleetwood Mac's John McVie and Jeremy Spencer, and singer-songwriter Jackson Browne.
After releasing Say You Will in April of 2003, Fleetwood Mac embarked on a long world tour. In late 2003, Live In Boston was recorded. Released in June of 2004, Live In Boston contained two dvds of the concert and a cd containing 10 of the tracks. Each song on here is performed very well, and usually heavier than its studio album version.
Thanks to the dedicated effort of the folks at Real Gone, this often bootlegged date by the Paul Butterfield Blues Band gets its first official release. These 13 tracks come from a smoking date at the Unicorn Coffee House in Boston. Nobody's sure of the exact date, but estimates put it somewhere during a two-week run in May, two months before the band's classic East-West was released. There's over an hour of music on what amounts to the first recorded document from this sextet: hard-grooving Chicago drummer Billy Davenport (Sam Lay left after the band's debut album) joined vocalist/harmonicist Butterfield, guitarists Mike Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop, organist Mark Naftalin, and bassist Jerome Arnold.
Original rocking Blues from New Jersey's best loved Bluesman! Produced by Bob Lanza and recorded at Skylab Recording studio in Roosevelt, New Jersey, Time to Let Go is Bob’s fourth album release. Its 11 tracks, a mix of soulful originals and cool covers, showcase Bob’s powerful blues guitar work and sinewy vocals. Bob Lanza sums up the music on Time to Let Go with this message: “the blues is alive and it’s coming to get you!!”