Read our list of Fleetwood Mac's 50 greatest songs, stretching from their Sixties origins up through their reunion. Huge amounts of illicit materials, yards and yards of this wretched stuff. Days and nights would just go on and on. They began as a vehicle for the blues visions of tragic genius Peter Green, continued through fascinating, often overlooked, transitional records during the early Seventies with Jeremy Spencer, Danny Kirwan and Bob Welch, and hit an astonishing peak when songbird Christine McVie, mad drummer Mick Fleetwood and ultra-reliable bassman John McVie hooked up with the Southern California songwriting team of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. Nicks later speculated that it was chosen to assuage her because it was one of her own compositions, written before she joined the group.
Fleetwood Mac Peter Green - Black Magic Woman (Live Boston Tea Party) 1970
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Sep 22, When Fleetwood Mac were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in , Green was on hand to play "Black Magic Woman" live with Santana. View Complete List Share on . rows "Black Magic Woman" is a song written by Peter Green that first appeared as a . Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Fleetwood Mac - Black Magic Woman at Discogs. Complete your Fleetwood Mac collection/5(33).
The Pious Bird of Good Omen Black Magic Woman The Original Fleetwood Mac This s rock album-related article is a stub. Abraxas reached number one on the charts and hit quadruple platinum inpartially thanks to "Black Magic Woman". While the song follows the same general structure of Peter Green 's version, also set in common time, in D minor and using the same melody and lyrics, it is considerably different, with a slightly altered chord pattern Dm 7 - Am 7 -Dm 7 -Gm 7 -Dm 7 -Am 7 -Dm 7occasionally mixing between the Dorian and Aeolian modes, especially in the song's intro.
Two verses of guitar solo follow the two sung verses, which are then succeeded by another verse, before moving into a modified version of the "Gypsy Queen" section from the beginning of the song to end the piece.
There is also a single edit that runs for On some radio versions, the piano solo is omitted, and "Gypsy Queen" is sometimes omitted.
Other longer versions have since been released, including one which runs for From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the compilation album, see Black Magic Woman album.
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