Pamela Firth So, so sad to Never Underestimate A Mother Who Listens To Kid Rock Shirt hear this. He was one of the greatest guitarists of his time and a beautiful lyricist.
Man of the World would touch anyone who had a heart. He was certainly a troubled soul but people loved him if he did but know it. The world is a poorer place without him. R. I. P. Peter. xxRobert Pirrotta I was fortunate to see Fleetwood Mac at the Boston Tea Party in 1970. One of the best shows I have ever attended. It was recorded live over three nights. Both Eric Clapton and Joe Walsh were guests on Encore Jam. I miss those days. Peter was a great guitarist. Rest in Peace…Maria Sinclair He was the one of whom BB King said “listening to him gave me goosebumps!” He was the most soulful player, I loved his work. RIP
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Sue Davenport So sad to hear this. I really loved his music. I remember going to Never Underestimate A Mother Who Listens To Kid Rock Shirt see the original Fleetwood Mac at the Nags Head in Battersea when I was 17. Amazing composer, guitarist, and singer. Pleased he has peace! RIPMichael Kenny Wonderful musician. Had the good fortune to see him live a few years ago. He could say more with a few notes than most of his contemporaries could in a half-hour solo. John Robertson Very sad to hear. R. I. P. Peter Green, The Green Manalishi! Another one of my guitar heroes. A brilliant musician and talent with great depth to his music.
Diana Montgomery Very sad to hear it. I saw the original Fleetwood Mac in 1968, and they were brilliant He wrote beautiful, thoughtful songs, but the best must have been “Man of the World.” Such a haunting song. He had so many good intentions, and very sad that his life became so difficult. His music will live on. Carole Vincent, I only mentioned all these great people that are leaving us for the next world a couple of days ago, so sad but thank you for all the great music you have all left for us to enjoy…RIP Peter Green.Henry Hoyt So sad. At least Peter, Danny Kirwan, and Syd Barrett can continue to perform great music in The Great Beyond.BBC