Peter Green discography

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This is a discography for Peter Green, the founder and original lead guitarist of Fleetwood Mac in the late 1960s. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, he enjoyed a brief solo career, before further success in the late 1990s with the Peter Green Splinter Group.

With Fleetwood Mac[edit]

Singles[edit]

Albums[edit]

Compilations[edit]

Archival releases[edit]

Solo[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Heavy Heart" / "No Way Out" (1971)
  • "Beasts of Burden" / "Uganda Woman" (1972) with Nigel Watson
  • "Apostle" / "Tribal Dance" (1978)
  • "In the Skies" / "Proud Pinto" (1979) – UK
  • "In the Skies" / "Slabo Day" (1979) – Spain
  • "Slabo Day" / "In The Skies" (1979) – Germany (green vinyl)
  • "Loser Two Times" / "Momma Don'tcha Cry" (1980) – UK
  • "Loser Two Times" / "Little Dreamer" (1980) – Germany
  • "Loser Two Times" / "Cryin' Won't Bring You Back" (1980) – Italy
  • "Loser Two Times" / "Walkin' The Road" (1980) – Netherlands
  • "Walkin' In The Road" / "Woman Don't" (1980) – UK
  • "Give Me Back My Freedom" / "Lost My Love" (1981)
  • "Promised Land" / "Bizzy Lizzy" (1981)
  • "The Clown" / "Time for Me to Go" (1982)
  • "Big Boy Now" / "Bandit" (1983)
  • B-sides varied from country to country.

Albums[edit]

Compilations[edit]

  • Blue Guitar (1981)
  • Legend (1988)
  • Backtrackin' (1990)
  • A Rock Legend (1991)
  • Last Train to San Antone (1992)
  • Baby When the Sun Goes Down (1992)
  • Collection (1993)
  • Rock and Pop Legends (1995)
  • Green and Guitar (1996) – Music Collection MCCD244
  • Bandit (1997)
  • Knights of the Blues Table (1997 Lightyear) includes "Traveling Riverside Blues" with Nigel Watson
  • Blues for Dhyana (1998)
  • Born On The Wild Side (1998)
  • Alone with the Blues (2000)
  • The Clown (2001)
  • A Fool No More (2001) – MCPS Midnite Jazz & Blues Collection MJB100
  • Promised Land (2001)

Splinter Group albums[edit]

Guest contributions and other groups (albums unless stated otherwise)[edit]

With Peter B's Looners

  • "If You Want to Be Happy" / "Jodrell Blues" (1966 single)

With John Mayall

  • "Looking Back" / "So Many Roads" (1966 single)
  • "Sitting in the Rain" / "Out of Reach" (1967 single)
  • "Curly" / "Rubber Duck" (1967 single)
  • "Double Trouble" / "It Hurts Me Too" (1967 single)
  • "Jenny" / "Picture On The Wall" (1967 single)
  • A Hard Road (1967)
  • John Mayall's Bluesbreakers With Paul Butterfield (1967 7" EP)
  • "Living Alone" / "Walking on Sunset" (1968 single)
  • Blues from Laurel Canyon (1968)
  • Looking Back (1969 compilation)
  • Thru the Years (1971 compilation)
  • Along For The Ride (Eagle/Red Ink, 2001)
  • Live in 1967 (Forty Below Records, 2015)
  • Live in 1967, Volume 2 (Forty Below Records, 2016)

With Eddie Boyd

With Duster Bennett

With Gordon Smith

  • Long Overdue (1968)
  • "Too Long" / "Funk Pedal" (1969 single)

With Otis Spann

With Brunning Sunflower Blues Band

With Clifford Davis

  • "Man of the World" / "Before the Beginning" (1969 single)
  • "Come On Down and Follow Me" / "Homework" (1970 single)

With Gass

With Jeremy Spencer

With Peter Bardens

With Memphis Slim

  • "Mason Dixon Line" / "Boogie Woogie" (1970 single)
  • "Handy Man" / "Mason Dixon Line" (1970 single)
  • Blue Memphis (1971)

With B. B. King

With Dave Kelly

With Country Joe McDonald

With Toe Fat

  • 2 (1971)

With Richard Kerr

With Duffo

With Mick Fleetwood

With Brian Knight

With SAS Band

With Dick Heckstall-Smith

With Chris Coco

With Peter Gabriel

  • Up (2003)

Tribute albums[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Peter Green bio at fleetwoodmac.org". fleetwoodmac.org. Retrieved 18 July 2011.