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Jigsaw Puzzle Blues
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Danny Kirwan

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Date Performance 1968-10-06
Running Time 1:33
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Performers Danny Kirwan (Guitars), Peter Green (Guitars), John McVie (Bass), Mick Fleetwood (Drums), Mike Vernon (Produced By), Mike Ross(-Trevor) (Engineered By)
CommentsRecorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
Appears On
Albatross (1977)
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English Rose (1969)
Fleetwood Mac
The Pious Bird Of Good Omen (1969)
Fleetwood Mac
The Best Of The Original Fleetwood Mac (1999)
Fleetwood Mac
Black Magic Woman (1971)
Fleetwood Mac
The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions: 1967-1969 (1999)
Fleetwood Mac
The Blues Years (1991)
Fleetwood Mac
The Collection (1987)
Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac/English Rose (1969)
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The Golden Era Of Pop Music (1972)
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Vintage Years (1975)
Fleetwood Mac
Looking Back On Fleetwood Mac (1989)
Fleetwood Mac
Collection Gold (1990)
Fleetwood Mac
Original 3 CD Box Set: Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac/Mr. Wonderful/The Pious Bird Of Good Omen (1997)
Fleetwood Mac
Albatross/Jigsaw Puzzle Blues (1969)
Fleetwood Mac

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Date Performance 1994-00-00
Running Time 1:34
Performers Gerry Conway (Drums), Gerry Conway (Percussion), Brian Hodgson (Bass Guitar), Rupert Parker (Harp), Nicky Payne (Flute), Mel Simpson (Keyboards)
Appears On
The London Rock Orchestra & Guests Plays Fleetwood Mac Classic (1994)
The London Rock Orchestra

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Eddie Lang Would Be Proud
Review written by Anonymous, October 25th, 2010

Eddie Lang Would Be Proud to hear Danny was such a fan of his playing style

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Pete L's review
Review written by Anonymous, March 12th, 2006

This instrumetnal track is a masterpiece of ragtime, up there with anything Joplin wrote. Composed and performed brilliantly by the young Danny Kirwan one of three guitarists in the original Fleetwood Mac, heading up on this track one of the best rock bands ever - the original Fleetwood Mac, founded by the charismatic Peter Green. If you've never heard it, think of East St Louis Toodle-oo by Steely Dan (the track with the talking guitar) that is the nearest thing out there to it, but 'Jigsaw' was the original - possibly the first of the rare genre of the elecric ragtime guitar instrumental. Kirwan's unique vibrato technique and arrangement skills are very much to the fore in this classic track. I know that Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer have made very welcome comebacks in recent years, where are you Danny? we want you back!

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2009-04-23