Mick Fleetwood was a great musician who was the co-founder of Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green in 1967.
A lawyer acting on behalf of his family said in a statement:
“It’s so sad that Peter Green’s family announces his death peacefully in his sleep this weekend”
“More statements will be released in the future.”
From Bethnal Green in East London, Green formed drummers Mick Fleetwood and Fleetwood Mac in 1967.
They gathered at John Mayall’s Bruce Breakers after Eric Greene’s stint filled up for Eric Clapton.
Green and Fleetwood convinced John McVier to join the band as a base guitarist.
Green wrote many of the band’s favorite early tracks, such as Albatross, Black Magic Woman, and Oh Well. Under his guidance, they made the first three albums.
RELEASE OF FLEETWOOD MAC ( “PETER GREEN’s FLEETWOOD MAC” )
The band’s first album was released in 1968. Simply called Fleetwood Mac, but also known as Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac. It received wide acclaim and ranked fourth in the rankings.
Green left the band due to mental illness after his last performance in 1970. He was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia and was hospitalized in the mid-1970s.
Green is one of the eight members of the band, including Fleetwood, Steve Knicks, Lindsay Buckingham, John Maivey, Christine Maivey, Danny Kewan, and Jay Remy Spencer. And in 1998 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, they were introduced.
Fleetwood Mac (Fleetwood Mac) announced:
that it would release a retrospective boxed record a few days after his death was recorded. The album records the band’s early life between 1969 and 1974.
“One of the Great Men”
Musicians paid tribute to Green, including David Coverdale of Whitesnake, who described himself as an artist “really loved and appreciated”.
He said in a tweet:
“When I was in a local band, I was supporting the original Fleetwood Mac at the Redcar Jazz Club. He was an amazing singer, guitarist, and composer. I knew I was going to be today Listen to whose music. RIP”
Mumford and Sons guitarist Winston Marshall tweeted: “RIP Peter Green.
Actor David Morrissey praised Green’s “wonderful soul voice”, and Geezer Butler of the Black Sabbath described Green as “one of the great people.” Scottish musician Midge Ure tweeted: “One of the great people disappeared. What you taught me is very good.”
In February of this year, artists such as Fleetwood, Pink Gilyd’s David Gilmour, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons and guitarists Jonny Lang and Andy Fairweather Low celebrated the founding of the Fleetwood Mac during a performance by the London Palladium Band.
Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Green 58th on the list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time and hailed him as “Britain’s most progressive blues guitarist” at his peak
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