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black blues meets white blues
on 18 December 2002
Recorded in january 1969, "Biggest thing since Colossus" is probably one of the most underrated bluesalbums.
It's Otis Spann on vocals and Piano, backed by his own drummer and three Fleetwood Mac members: Peter Green, Danny Kirwan and John McVie.
During the sixties, there was the English blues boom, containing many bluesbands, One of the finest Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.
On "Colossus" Peter Green has reached his peak: Guitarsound is great, playing is excellent, listen to "My love depends on you" and the "Temperature Song", a perfect slow blues song.
Looking for an album that contains a perfectly mix of black blues and white blues? Go get this on.
Otis Spann loved Peter Green's guitarplaying as much as drinking Bourbon. This album declares why.
Amazing performance, as bluesalbum one of the best around.