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Destiny Road/Splinter Group

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  • Audio CD (12 Dec. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Snapper Music Plc
  • ASIN: B0000CA3KE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 387,063 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Hitch Hiking Woman
  2. Travelling Riverside Blues
  3. Look On Yonder Wall
  4. Homework
  5. The Stumble (Live 1995)
  6. Help Me
  7. Watch Your Step
  8. From 4 'Till Late
  9. Steady Rollin' Man
  10. It Takes Time
  11. Dark End of the Street
  12. Going Down

Disc: 2

  1. Big Change Is Gonna Come
  2. Say That You Want To
  3. Heart of Stone
  4. You'll Be Sorry Someday
  5. Tribal Dance
  6. Burglar
  7. Turn Your Love Away
  8. Madison Blues
  9. I Can't Help Myself
  10. Indians
  11. Hiding in Shadows
  12. There's a River

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I so wanted to love this record. He was once one of the greatest blues guitarists ever, possessed of a touch that could transform a single note into an emotional experience. I witnessed an early Fleetwood Mac concert and his playing was sparse but utterly spine chilling....unforgettable. Destiny Road opens well with "Big Change", nicely arranged, female backing voices and Green's characteristically world weary vocals. But for me things sag badly after that and Green's playing sounds limp and insipid for the most part, despite some nice moments on "Homework" and "The Stumble". Seriously folks, play the latter from John Mayall & Peter Green's "Hard Road" album back to back with this version and you'll get my drift. If you've seen Splinter group live you'll know it's not always Peter Green playing lead guitar which is odd to put it mildly. I'm sorry to sound harsh because I know he's on a long road back and let's be pleased about that. Perhaps the old Peter Green is gone for ever but on the evidence of these CDs the new one hasn't quite emerged yet.
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I really enjoyed these two cds being a big fan of Peter Green. I think he took more of a part in these recordings than later works. His voice sounds much stronger, but not as strong as he was before. As I have said on other reviews I am not sure if Nigel Watson is playing more on guitar than Peter is, which is great in one way as Nigel is good but real fans of Peter would like to hear him coming more to the front. Fans who like the rolling R&B sound will love it though.
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The best guitarist surrounded by great musicians I never tire of listening to any of the spliter group try live at ronni e scotts
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what else do you expect from peter green,superb! THANKS AGAIN.
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