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Fleetwood Mac - Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (1968) {Orig. UK Mono} 
24bit/96kHz (Hi-Rez Audio for DVD Burning)

01. My Heart Beat Like A Hammer *
02. Merry Go Round
03. Long Grey Mare
04. Hellhound On My Trail *
05. Shake Your Moneymaker *
06. Looking For Somebody
07. No Place To Go
08. My Baby's Good To Me *
09. I Loved Another Woman
10. Cold Black Night *
11. The World Keep On Turning
12. Got To Move *

None of these mono mixes have appeared officially on CD (or elsewhere).

Produced by Mike Vernon
Engineered by Mike Ross

Line up:
Peter Green: Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica
Jeremy Spencer: Vocal *, Slide-Guitar, Piano
John Mcvie: Bass
Mick Fleetwood: Drums
Bob Brunning: Bass on Tr. 03

- Technics 1210mk2 
- Jelco SA-750D Tonearm (w/ JAC 501 cable)
- Audio Technica AT33PTG MC 
- Pro-Ject Tube Box SE-2 
- Yamaha CA-1010  
- RME ADI-2 A/D Interface 

- Audition 3.0 used for adjusting DC bias, editing, (incl. manual removal of clicks 
   and pops), adding gain and making the cue points.
- Click Repair 3.4.1 used with setting Cl: 15, Cr: 0
- CueListTool v1.7 & Mediaval CueSplitter used for generating the .cue's & .m3u's.

Transfer & Restoration by Prof. Stoned


Prof. sez:

Another one in the series "essential in mono but not available on cd". 
I have released this one before in 2009 but this new rip reproduces the sound closer to what
the actual LP master sounded like. 

This is a dedicated mix, meaning that it was specifically designed for mono playback.
There are quite a few notable musical differences compared to the stereo mix and it's also 
much more bass heavy and punchy sounding. 
It's has a nice roomy sound that you can't really hear on the stereo version. 
I'm not sure which mix I like best but it's very nice to have this, especially since it has never 
been out on officially on CD (in mono, that is).
Tracks 6 + 7 appeared in fake stereo on the stereo album and have never been available in true 

This album needs little introduction. It was the brilliant Peter Green's first solo outing.
At this point, the band's feet were still firmly rooted in the blues. 
Green's contributions are all impressive, from the gloomy "I loved another woman" to
the laidback ' Merry go round". 
Green's sidekick Spencer gets to do no less than half of the songs, which is a bit of a pity
as he's clearly not in the same league as Green. 
That being said, his interpretation of Robert Johnson's 'Hellhound on my trail' is enjoyable and 
his rocking version of Elmore James' 'Shake your moneymaker' became a no.1 hit in Sweden (!).
The album came out during the glorydays of the British Blues boom and managed to stay
on the English charts for more than a year.

This was transferred from an EX copy.
The records are breathtakingly quiet and after a light declick, folding the two mono channels 
together and some manual restoration work, I think I've achieved an almost tape like quality.
There is absolutely no groove wear.