Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)
Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)

Fleetwood Mac with Various Artists - Blues Jam at Chess (2LP)

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Mick Fleetwood (drums) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Mick Fleetwood]

Peter Green (vocal, guitar)

Danny Kirwan (guitar)

John McVie (bass)

Walter 'Shakey' Horton (harmonica),

Buddy Guy (guitar) [click here to see more vinyl featuring Buddy Guy]

Honey Boy Edwards (guitar)

Willie Dixon (string bass)

Jeremy Spencer (vocal, slide-guitar)

J.T.Brown (tenor saxophone)

Otis Spann (piano)

S.P.Leary (drums)

Written by A. Green (A1, A6), C. Burnett (A2, D4), W. Horton (A3, A4, B5, B6), W. Jacobs (A5), E. James (B1, B2, B3, B4), J. Lane (C1), D. Kirwen (C2, C3), O. Spann (C4, C5), J.T. Brown (D1), P. Chatman (D2), J. Spencer (D3), A. Perkins (D5), D. Clark (D5)

 

2 LPs, Gatefold sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Pure Pleasure Records

Original Label : Blue Horizon

Recorded 4th January 1969 at Chess Ter-Mar Studios, Chicago, U.S.A

Produced by Mike Vernon & Marchall Chess

Originally released in 1969

Re-Mastered Ray Staff at Alchemy Studios, London

Originally released in 1969

Reissued in November 2004

 

Tracks :

Side A :

               1. Watch Out

               2. South Indiana - Take 1

               3. South Indiana - Take 2

               4. Last Night

               5. Red Hot Jam

Side B :

               1. I'm Worried

               2. I Held My Baby Last Night

               3. Madison Blues

               4. I Can't Hold

               5. I Need Your Love

               6. I Got the Blues

Side C :

               1. World's in a Tangle

               2. Talk with You

               3. Like it This Way

               4. Someday Soon Baby

               5. Hungry Country Girl

Side D :

               1. Black Jack Blues

               2. Everyday I Have the Blues

               3. Rockin' Boogie

               4. Sugar Mama

               5. Homework

 

Awards:

Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the July 2005 Issue of Stereophile

 

Reviews :

"Thanks to the near-permanent success of the current Fleetwood Mac LP, virtually all the band's pre-Warner Bros. material – featuring guitarists Peter Green, Danny Kirwan and Jeremy Spencer – is back on the market. The best stuff is to be found on Fleetwood Mac in Chicago (Sire), a double album cut in '69 at the Chess studios, with real-life black bluesmen sitting in.... The Fleetwood Mac that cut this album was a rough, derivative band, full of enthusiasm and committed to their music... The shade of Elmore James smiled on the band, and never more so than on Chicago..." Greil Marcus, Rolling Stone, 1976

"Whatever you think of the blues, you gotta love the sound of these recordings, and more importantly the spirited playing as the veterans join in the fun of playing with the white youngsters from across the sea. These are jams – surprisingly tight ones – with snippets of producer Mike Vernon's communication between the recording booth and the studio left in between the music to help give you an indication of how the tunes were conceived." Michael Fremer, Analog Planet

No introduction needed for this fabulous Stereo release. Arguably one of the greatest blues recordings laid down in the last 40 years! Just checking out the track listing and personnel says it all. Originally released on Mike Vernon's highly collectable and revered Blue Horizon label in 1969, this pressing will become a must for all serious collectors and muso's alike!

 

Ratings:

Discogs : 4.28 / 5

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