Rock 'N Roll Land

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Originally released in 1986 (and then later under the title 'Two Greens Make a Blues' to capitalize on the now famous names) these early experiments of Peter Green, a man of great taste and refinement in his seminal years with Fleetwood Mac, and collaborator Mick Green (also known as The Raven) are as unusual as they are unexpected. With a stream of consciousness type lyrical backbone and heavily influenced by a young Captain Beefheart, the Greens and a number of co-collaborators combine here for an interesting piece of blues history that needs to be heard to be understood.
Originally released in 1986 (and then later under the title 'Two Greens Make a Blues' to capitalize on the now famous names) these early experiments of Peter Green, a man of great taste and refinement in his seminal years with Fleetwood Mac, and collaborator Mick Green (also known as The Raven) are as unusual as they are unexpected. With a stream of consciousness type lyrical backbone and heavily influenced by a young Captain Beefheart, the Greens and a number of co-collaborators combine here for an interesting piece of blues history that needs to be heard to be understood.
730167343251

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Format: CD
Label: GOOD TIME
Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 730167343251

Touch Of Sunburn (Mod)
Artist: Enemy Within
Format: CD
New: Available $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. All Quiet
2. Chinese White Boy
3. Rock and Roll Feeling
4. Doctor
5. Four Minute Melody
6. Post Modern Blues
7. Eprom Song
8. Intensity of Vision
9. Camel's Eye Blues
10. Way You Dance
11. End Zone
12. Nietzsche's Ass

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Originally released in 1986 (and then later under the title 'Two Greens Make a Blues' to capitalize on the now famous names) these early experiments of Peter Green, a man of great taste and refinement in his seminal years with Fleetwood Mac, and collaborator Mick Green (also known as The Raven) are as unusual as they are unexpected. With a stream of consciousness type lyrical backbone and heavily influenced by a young Captain Beefheart, the Greens and a number of co-collaborators combine here for an interesting piece of blues history that needs to be heard to be understood.
        
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