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1-LP, 140gm vinyl Breakout from Fleetwood Mac – 1969 - 1972

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Disc: 1

1 Coming Your Way (2013 Remaster)
2 Closing My Eyes (2013 Remaster)
3 Fighting for Madge (2013 Remaster)
4 When You Say (2013 Remaster)
5 Show-Biz Blues (2013 Remaster)
6 Underway (2013 Remaster)
7 One Sunny Day (2013 Remaster)

Disc: 2

1 Although the Sun Is Shining (2013 Remaster)
2 Rattlesnake Shake (2013 Remaster)
3 Without You (2013 Remaster)
4 Searching for Madge (2013 Remaster)
5 My Dream (2013 Remaster)
6 Like Crying (2013 Remaster)
7 Before the Beginning (2013 Remaster)

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Sam Adams
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Fleetwood Mad?
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2018
Being of a certain age, I am a die-hard fan of 60s & 70s rock, especially the edgy stuff. I somehow missed this album through the decades. I used to like BARE TREES & MYSTERY TO ME back in the old vinyl days, but I came too late to the party for early Peter Green Mac. I... See more
Being of a certain age, I am a die-hard fan of 60s & 70s rock, especially the edgy stuff. I somehow missed this album through the decades. I used to like BARE TREES & MYSTERY TO ME back in the old vinyl days, but I came too late to the party for early Peter Green Mac. I enjoyed his late 70s album IN THE SKIES, but still didn’t go all the way back in the way-back machine. I knew he had written “Black Magic Woman” & the classic thrasher “Oh Well.” Later, I dug “The Green Manalishi” via Judas Priest, but have only recently delved back into early Fleetwood Mac. Which brings me to THEN PLAY ON.

When I previously posted my somewhat negative review — now deleted — it was after only a few listenings; as I should have known, the album has really grown on me. I was familiar with LIVE IN BOSTON from Feb 1970 & enjoyed the energy & jamming found there, so my initial reaction to their varied, down tempo, sometimes treacly & muted 1969 offering was underwhelming. After half a dozen further playings, I stand corrected — this is an excellent album!

“Coming Your Way” starts off the party & gallops along solidly. “Closing My Eyes” quiets things down & is a good example of Peter Green’s descent into, oh well, madness. I still don’t like “When You Say” & its la-la-la-las make me gnash my teeth. “Show Biz Blues” sounds like it comes from the 30s, with flat-top slide guitar & revival meeting tambourine; another example of Green’s depression, but well rendered dirt blues. Most of the other songs alternate between solid rockers, quiet introspective melodies about lost love & sadness, & several moody, atmospheric instrumentals. “Rattlesnake Shake,” of course, a humorous ode to male self-love, would provide the basis for the 25-minute jams in Boston.

The instrumentals are definitely a delight. The “Madge” jams are energetic & full of good guitar; Fleetwood & McVie rock out on drums & bass. Toward the end of the second “Madge” there’s a dubbed-in orchestral sample, presaging Beck & The Orb by 25 years. The songs without lyrics, even Green’s earlier ones such as “The Supernatural” & “Albatross” (the pious bird of good omen), sound so magical & gorgeous. Same on this album. The vocal numbers are more searching & painful. “Like Crying” & the enigmatic “Before the Beginning” bring things back down again & leave me troubled.

Peter Green, who replaced EC in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers at the tender age of 20, has a serious affinity for American blues & a sweet, aching tone; did Carlos Santana hear him first or did they just somehow arrive at the same place? I must admit, it’s hard for me as a non-guitarist to distinguish between Green & Kirwan, but their interplay is wonderful. McVie is rock bottom solid on bass & Mick Fleetwood dwells in a space between Ringo’s directness & Ginger Baker’s thunder on drums.

As for the extras, “Oh Well” is right up there with Jeff Beck or Jimmy Page in the realm of axe awesomeness. It starts out great for the first two-plus minutes — as classic as classic rock gets. John McVie, a usually restrained player, is all over the neck of his bass. But it degenerates into a weird Ennio Morricone western thing -- complete with wind pipes, cello, spanish guitar & a whiff of harmonica -- which overstays its welcome (it reminds me of the showdown scene from "The Good, The Bad & The Ugly"); also, the last minute of part one is replicated in part two. “The Green Manalishi” has awesome riffs & haunting lyrics, and fades out with spooky, haunted background singing; I do prefer the live versions though, which stretch out. The lovely “World in Harmony” calms things down to end off the CD.

Considering how deeply troubled both Green & the young Danny Kirwan were at this time, it’s amazing they kept it together for the truly fun Boston Tea Party shows the next spring. Again, the rhythm section is superb on that one. Jeremy Spencer is back on board after his absence here, so it’s a three guitar attack. After an infrequent bass solo by McVie, Green even pulls off one of his own (according to an eyewitness) at the end of “Manalishi,” maybe on a Fender VI. Then the group sadly dissolved to play their future games.

Good liner notes by David Fricke from Rolling Stone, with a lot of insightful quotes from Mick Fleetwood. However, the booklet doesn’t even list the band members or the writing credits. Odd.

Again, THEN PLAY ON is ambitious, if a bit trying at times. Emotionally moving & highly recommended. Who could predict where the Mac would go from there, first with Christine Perfect McVie & Bob Welch & then with Buckingham & Nicks . . .

PS — Amazon just dropped the price by $5. Damn.
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Axis, Bold as LoveTop Contributor: Classic Rock
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Oh, Well! If Music Be the Food of Love...Then Play On.
Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2020
IMO: This is the epitome of Fleetwood Mac''s recorded output. Not just the first iteration of the group, but every iteration, every line-up. I am sure those are fighting words for the fans of the multi-platinum FM. This is the only studio album that features the... See more
IMO: This is the epitome of Fleetwood Mac''s recorded output. Not just the first iteration of the group, but every iteration, every line-up. I am sure those are fighting words for the fans of the multi-platinum FM.

This is the only studio album that features the three guitar line-up. Peter Green and Danny Kirwan are astounding. They are becoming a conjoined guitarist. They are intimating at what might follow, but it was not to be.

The musical material is not blues songs, but the songs are blues-based. Rather they are more exploratory statements of each ones own personal journey. Some of the Peter Green original compositions have become classics in there own right. Green''s Black Magic Woman went on to inspire and establish Carlos Santana, especially when he welded a fired:-p version of Gabor Szabo''s ''Coz Queen'' on to the end of Peter''s lament.

This title has it all. Do not miss its crystalline subtleties and calming grace. Plus, a number of the selections can be grinding, pounding rock. Play on and on, over and over.
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John Antonuccio
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This album is so damn good it is mind boggling
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2016
The transition of Peter Green- "the best" Blues /Rock guitarist- to -SUPER blues /rock guitarist- and creative writer and arranger, make this the what could have been, if not for his personal demons. This album was a turning point for Mr. Green. This album is so... See more
The transition of Peter Green- "the best" Blues /Rock guitarist- to -SUPER blues /rock guitarist- and creative writer and arranger, make this the what could have been, if not for his personal demons. This album was a turning point for Mr. Green. This album is so damn good it is mind boggling.
Fighting / Searching for Madge just rips up in a Santana mode- and stands up against anything of it''s time, including the Allman Bros or Clapton in his heyday. The spectacular "Before the Beginning ", "Showbiz Blues", the beautifully crafted "Closing My Eyes " and of course "Oh Well " ( parts 1 & 2) and don''t leave out "Rattlesnake Shake". YIKES -There are other songs by Kirwin that I mean no disrespect by not talking about how good they are, but the force of this group was Peter Green, and if not for the tragic emotional breakdown- we can all see where this was going- unbelievably great album- THIS is Peter Green at his finest.
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Dub Taylor
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AT LAST IN 2013 THE MASTERPIECE UK VERSION ARRIVES!
Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2013
It''s taken 44 years for this original 1969 UK LP version of "Then Play On" to finally appear on CD! This was the swan song album of the original Fleetwood Mac founded by Peter Green in 1967. This final incarnation of this group included Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer & Danny... See more
It''s taken 44 years for this original 1969 UK LP version of "Then Play On" to finally appear on CD! This was the swan song album of the original Fleetwood Mac founded by Peter Green in 1967. This final incarnation of this group included Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer & Danny Kirwan (guitar & vocals), John McVie (bass) and Mick Fleetwood (drums).
Since the earlier days of CD we have had to be content with the inferior American version of this album. This new remaster of "Then Play On" reflects the multitrack technology of the time. It was not a very dynamic sounding recording in the first place, however this new digital transfer gives us what''s on the master tapes with more punch. At last we have the original 54 minute edit of the UK LP running order along with bonus tracks of the last two 45 singles from this group, "Oh Well" (Parts 1 & 2), "The Green Manalishi (with the Two Prong Crown)" and "World in Harmony". The total playing time for this new CD reissue with it''s original feel and segues is a generous 69:53. All tracks are Stereo except for "Oh Well" (in it''s original mono mix). Also included in the booklet are 8 pages of fascinating new liner notes and graphics.
"Then Play On", one of the masterpiece British albums of the late 60''s, alongside John Mayall''s "Bare Wires", demonstrated how the British blues movement had evolved into a polished art form all of it''s own. The darkness of "Then Play On" anticipates the murkiness of "Exile on Main St." by the Rolling Stones 3 years hence. We will never know where this Fleetwood Mac might have gone next...
This is a desert island disc.
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Greg White
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Finally!
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2013
Finally! "Then Play On" the way Peter Green wanted us to hear it. "Under Way" falls right into "One Sunny Day." The "ssh" at the end of "Although The Sun Is Shining" falls right into "Rattlesnake Shake." I have to admit that I grew up on the US November ''69 release, and... See more
Finally! "Then Play On" the way Peter Green wanted us to hear it. "Under Way" falls right into "One Sunny Day." The "ssh" at the end of "Although The Sun Is Shining" falls right into "Rattlesnake Shake." I have to admit that I grew up on the US November ''69 release, and that one is a good, arguably better running order. But this one is what Pete released.

"Then Play On - Deluxe Edition" is the best audio version of this album to date. All of the drop outs on previous CD versions are gone. This is particularly noticeable on "My Dream" which always sounded like an 8-track tape jostling against the tape head. The CD artwork shows tape reels that look like master tapes but I question if this was taken from the masters. There is no mention in the CD liner notes. I had heard they were badly damaged or gone completely. So you audiophiles may be disappointed. But I am quite pleased. It sounds as good if not better than most of the other albums from that era.

My concern going in was "Oh Well''" being included as bonus tracks in the form of the single, Part 1 & Part 2. However, unlike the Part 1 single version that appears on "25 Years - The Chain" boxed set, this one does not fade out. It has a hard stop and then Part 2 falls right in. The result is that it sounds like the Parts 1 & 2 version that Warner''s cobbled together for the November ''69 US release. Again, the audio quality is the best yet. I had hoped that someone would join both parts without the repeat, giving the actual running time of seven minutes. But since it was never released that way, I won''t complain. It''s easy enough to make your own edit now that both parts are released as separate tracks.

The other two bonus tracks are Peter Green''s last single with the group. "The Green Manalishi" sounds slightly better than other releases. But the disc ends on a fittingly weird high note. "World In Harmony" is not the same version from "Show Biz Blues." I assume it is the original single. The lead guitars are mixed with a bit of reverb/echo that ultimately sounds like a symphony of guitars - in harmony.

So in the end, buy this disc! Peter Green has provided an audio account of his feelings during that period of his life, however disjointed. There are a range of emotions that appear in no particular order throughout the disc. The moods are powerful, funny, sad, scary and touching, amongst others. They are all heartfelt. In essence, this is what the blues is all about. Congratulations Peter! "Then Play On" is an aptly named genuine blues album that was and is like no other.
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StrangerTop Contributor: Blues Music
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Early On Fleetwood Mac
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2017
One of the better, probably the best, of the Fleetwood Mac albums of the Peter Green era. Blues-based instead of the later pop-based albums, including the legendary song Oh Well. Not too long after this album came out, Peter Green left the band due to personal... See more
One of the better, probably the best, of the Fleetwood Mac albums of the Peter Green era.
Blues-based instead of the later pop-based albums, including the legendary song Oh Well.
Not too long after this album came out, Peter Green left the band due to personal issues, and they transformed into a radio-friendly juggernaut.
While less radio-friendly, this is not lesser quality. Blues fans like me prefer this version of the band.
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Charles L. Druesedow
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A classic blues compilation from Fleetwood Mac
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
This is a culmination of the best of what has come to be called Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. This was a compilation of more songs than the original release and is a classic album for the early blues years of Fleetwod Mac. The album includes three outstanding guitar players... See more
This is a culmination of the best of what has come to be called Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. This was a compilation of more songs than the original release and is a classic album for the early blues years of Fleetwod Mac. The album includes three outstanding guitar players Peter Green, Jeremy Spencer and Danny Kirwan frequently playing together. Most of the songs from this album are from the 1960’s, when British bands were creating outstanding blues music.
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Jacob Koehler
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When the day goes to sleep and the full moon looks.............
Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2015
I''m one of the few out there that felt that this band stopped being interesting after Peter Green left. Well, if you heard this album then you''d understand what I mean. Gigantic guitars and deep, expressive passages mixing in with some harrowing blues riffs, this band was... See more
I''m one of the few out there that felt that this band stopped being interesting after Peter Green left. Well, if you heard this album then you''d understand what I mean. Gigantic guitars and deep, expressive passages mixing in with some harrowing blues riffs, this band was incredible. It was a shame that guitarist Jeremy Spencer sat out most of this record. I always felt his contributions were undervalued with the band. Still, I remember hearing "Oh Well Parts 1&2" on the radio one night during a "Deep Cut" special. Man, what an epic piece of songwriting. Over here in the States we didn''t really get fully hip on these guys until the mid 70''s and it''s a damn shame because the first three albums are incredible. Get it and love it!
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Tiny, Tiny Feet
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 1, 2020
As my pet bear Bilkston has such tiny feet, I was in little doubt that this product would provide an adequate covering for his diminutive paws during the intemperate weather ahead, much of which my neighbour tells me, hails from Paraguay. It did not (cover his diminutive...See more
As my pet bear Bilkston has such tiny feet, I was in little doubt that this product would provide an adequate covering for his diminutive paws during the intemperate weather ahead, much of which my neighbour tells me, hails from Paraguay. It did not (cover his diminutive paws during this intemperate weather). Had he shown a noble rage by upsetting his collection of trilobites or igniting his fused blancmange, I could perhaps, with fortitude, have borne his disappointment with him. He did not (show a noble rage by upsetting his collection of trilobites or igniting his fused blancmange) but instead demonstrated that baleful, reproachful, silent, almost desolate despair as only bears can. Next time, perhaps in the lambing season, I shall seek out one of the later Buckingham/Nix combinations, John Coltrane''s Love Supreme or perhaps Slade Alive for Bilkston is not, and never has been, a difficult bear. We lack a toilet in our house, having removed it last August to house the Christmas tree but he has never, ever complained. Validus corpore animoque. On balance, I would buy this product again but I would expect the same outcome.
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Harry Boxx
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Then Play On CD (extended edition).
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 20, 2019
It''s this extended edition that gets my 5 star vote. Originally, and in spite of being a huge fan of Peter Green, this album used to disappoint me. It''s wonderfully played, and has great songs, but it always seemed to lack focus, as if it was unfinished somehow. Now, with...See more
It''s this extended edition that gets my 5 star vote. Originally, and in spite of being a huge fan of Peter Green, this album used to disappoint me. It''s wonderfully played, and has great songs, but it always seemed to lack focus, as if it was unfinished somehow. Now, with the inclusion of Green Manalishi and Oh Well, how can it NOT be five stars? It''s a much more balanced album now; the jam sessions not as dominant; songwriting much more to the fore.
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Trompe Le Monde
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The first track ''Coming Your Way'' sounds like a Santana song
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2018
It just seems to flow from pure psychedelia to badass blues so seamlessly. The first track ''Coming Your Way'' sounds like a Santana song, it could easily have been on Abraxas (note that this came out before Abraxas). Then the Jefferson Airplane sounding ''When You Say''. Then...See more
It just seems to flow from pure psychedelia to badass blues so seamlessly. The first track ''Coming Your Way'' sounds like a Santana song, it could easily have been on Abraxas (note that this came out before Abraxas). Then the Jefferson Airplane sounding ''When You Say''. Then on to the blues with ''Show Biz-Blues''. Side 2 is even better, meandering from song to song, but there are no gaps between the songs, it just flows along like you''re bobbing along a river. A cool cool river.
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igloo
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Good sound quality for its age which captures the energy of the performance
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 28, 2019
I have not set out to write reviews of the music content as “beauty is in the ears of the listener”. These reviews are about the quality (or not) of the recorded sound. To read about how the reviews are done please see my profile. Given that this is an old recording the...See more
I have not set out to write reviews of the music content as “beauty is in the ears of the listener”. These reviews are about the quality (or not) of the recorded sound. To read about how the reviews are done please see my profile. Given that this is an old recording the sound quality is very good and only gets lost on one or two occasions. A good recording which on some tracks captures the infectious drive of a live performance. • Clarity – Good instruments clearly identifiable. • Channel separation – Good. • Channel balance – Good if conventional, used to create a reasonable atmosphere. • Sound Stage – Good, creates a deep sound stage where instruments are clearly placed and do not move around for effect. • Distortion – None audible. • Compression – None audible. • Atmosphere – The recording has created a spacious atmosphere which is not gimmicky. • Bass – low frequencies – Reasonable, on occasion the drums get a little lost or drowned out by the cymbals. Ok when bought to the fore in the mix. • Treble – high frequencies – On the guitar these have a very pleasant warm tone without being shrill. • Vocals – On some tracks a little muted and over reverbed. Clearly audible, on the whole OK. As a general rule of thumb recordings from the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s are nearly always better on the original vinyl. Remasters often fail to please as it’s just not possible to make a silk purse from a sows ear, i.e. the original recording lacks the necessary detail to be processed digitally and show an audible improvement. Indeed such processing can make the sound worse. Modern recordings which have been processed digitally from start to finish can be as good as vinyl. CD’s are often unfairly criticised for being poor quality. This is not the case, it is the original recording or the process which is to blame. Modern “remasters” can both enhance and degrade a recording. The statement GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out) is the limiting factor. Ignore this at your cost.
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Michael Patriksson
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A true desert island disc.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2014
Suffices to say that this 2013 reissue is one of the best rock platters, period. I have had an original LP for a very long time, as well as some of those rehashes that people complain about, but on vinyl and on cd. And yes, all variations available out there makes...See more
Suffices to say that this 2013 reissue is one of the best rock platters, period. I have had an original LP for a very long time, as well as some of those rehashes that people complain about, but on vinyl and on cd. And yes, all variations available out there makes collecting - and listening - confusing. But as far as I can tell, this not only restores the right order of things - it also sounds swell. There is more going on than meets the ear here - excellent playing and a simply wonderfully well segued array of songs. I cannot listen too much to this record - it''s a desert island disc for me.
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