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Show Biz Blues: Live At The BBC & More (0000) - Fleetwood Mac


    Featuring »

Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Danny Kirwan, Christine McVie, John McVie, Jeremy Spencer

    Tracklisting »
You Need Love
  Date Performance: 1968
  Comments: Billed as "Whole Lotta Love". BBC session track
Talk With YouLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968
  Comments: Sometimes incorrectly billed as "A Talk With You" or "Talk To You". BBC session track
Mean Old WorldLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968
  Comments: BBC session track
I Need Your LoveLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968
  Comments: AKA "That Ain't It" BBC session track
World In HarmonyInstrumental
  Date Performance: 1970-04-09, Running Time: 3:32
  Comments: (Previously Unissued Version) From Radio 1 “In Concert”. Recorded at the Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London. First broadcast April 19, 1970
TigerLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-04-09, Running Time: 3:22
  Comments: (Previously Unissued Version) From Radio 1 “In Concert”. Recorded at the Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London. First broadcast April 19, 1970
The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown)Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-04-09, Running Time: 15:15
  Comments: (Previously Unissued Version) From Radio 1 “In Concert”. Recorded at the Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London. First broadcast April 19, 1970
Oh WellLyrics available Tabs available Midi available
  Date Performance: 1969-10-06, Running Time: 2:26
  Comments: From Radio 1 “DLT”. Recorded at Aeolian Hall, Studio 2, London. First broadcast October 12, 1969. (P) 1969 BBC
Black Magic WomanLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968
  Comments: BBC session
Only YouLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-04-27, Running Time: 2:51
  Comments: From Radio 1 “Top Gear". Recorded at the Playhouse Theatre, London. First broadcast May 23, 1970. (P) 1970 BBC Nick Pickett is listed as a guest but he doesn't play on this track though he did play on other tracks from the session which this track was taken from. This track most likely doesn't feature Spencer (though listed in the liner notes as being on it). If they are on it, their parts have been mixed down/out.
I Can't Hold OutLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968-07-19, Running Time: 3:37
  Comments: Billed as "Talk To Me Baby" (Unissued Version) Session for BBC-2 Television “Colour Me Pop”. Recorded at BBC’s Studio B Television Centre. First broadcast on July 19, 1968.
Jenny JennyLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-02-00, Running Time: 8:01
  Comments: (P) 1985
When Will I Be LovedLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-07-07, Running Time: 2:13
  Comments: From BBC Radio “First Gear". Recorded at Maida Vale 4, London. First broadcast August 22, 1970 (though Peter Lewry's 'Fleetwood Mac - The Complete Recording Sessions 1967-1997' book lists July 22, 1970). Liner notes also incorrectly list Green as playing on this session. (P) 1970 BBC
When I See My BabyLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-07-07, Running Time: 2:11
  Comments: From BBC Radio “First Gear". Recorded at Maida Vale 4, London. First broadcast August 22, 1970 (though Peter Lewry's 'Fleetwood Mac - The Complete Recording Sessions 1967-1997' book lists July 22, 1970). Liner notes also incorrectly list Green as playing on this session. (P) 1970 BBC
Down At The CrownLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1970-11-00, Running Time: 3:04
  Comments: Recorded in London for the BBC.
The Purple DancerLyrics available Tabs available
  Date Performance: 1970-11-24, Running Time: 5:03
  Comments: Recorded Maida Vale 5, London. Re: Session for BBC Radio 'Mike Harding - Sound Of The Seventies' (originally broadcast December 1, 1970).
    Guest Appearance »

Nick Pickett

    Released »

0000

    Format »

Bootleg Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Bob Conduct (Engineer), Mike Franks (Engineer), Mike Harding (Engineer), Tony Wilson (Engineer), Malcolm Brown (Producer), John Walters (Producer), Paul Williams (Terry Day) (Producer), Jenny Boyd-Levitt, Ph.D. (Fleetwood) (Songwriter), Willie Dixon (Songwriter), Phil Everly (Songwriter), Mick Fleetwood (Songwriter), Mick Fleetwood (Songwriter), Peter Green (Songwriter), Peter Green (Songwriter), (Big) Walter (Shakey) Horton (Songwriter), Elmore James (Songwriter), Enotris Johnson (Songwriter), Ollie Jones (Songwriter), Danny Kirwan (Songwriter), Danny Kirwan (Songwriter), Little Richard (Penniman) (Songwriter), John McVie (Songwriter), John McVie (Songwriter), Jimmy Rogers (James A. Lane) (Songwriter), T-Bone (Aaron Thibeaux) Walker (Songwriter)

    Record Label »
Tendolar

    Catalogue Number »

TDR-082

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Bootleg surfaced in early 90's

"Woirld In Harmony" incorrectly billed as "Phyllis"
"Tiger" incorrectly billed as "Like a Tiger"
"Jenny Jenny" incorrectly billed as "Jennie, Jennie"
"Down At The Crown" incorrectly billed as "Doin' Alright".

    Last Modified »
2011-03-29
    Tracklisting »
Discography entry submitted by Ken Zinns.