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The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac is a compilation album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac released in November 2002 and focusing on the Peter Green years. The album serves as a digitally remastered replacement for the band's Greatest Hits, with the remastering and cover art taken from the 1999 box set The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions 1967–1969.  The disc contains every single by the band released in the United Kingdom during the years 1968 to 1971 with the exception of their joint single credited also to Otis Spann, although the band's cover of "Need Your Love So Bad" is a longer outtake rather than the UK single version. That single's B-side does appear, as does the B-side to "Oh Well (Part 1)" without the edit separating the track from its A-side. Only two tracks do not feature Green: "Dragonfly" recorded after Green left; and "I'd Rather Go Blind" by Chicken Shack featuring future Fleetwood Mac member Christine McVie. The second version of "Albatross" ending the disc derives from a 2002 recording by DJ Chris Coco. All other tracks appeared on album.



–Fleetwood MacAlbatross3:08
–Fleetwood MacBlack Magic Woman2:49
–Fleetwood MacNeed Your Love So Bad6:18
–Fleetwood MacMy Heart Beat Like A Hammer2:57
–Fleetwood MacRollin' Man2:52
–Fleetwood MacThe Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown)4:36
–Fleetwood MacMan Of The World2:46
–Fleetwood MacSomething Inside Of Me3:54
–Fleetwood MacLooking For Somebody2:50
–Fleetwood MacOh Well - Part 13:28
–Fleetwood MacOh Well - Part 25:40
–Fleetwood MacRattle Snake Shake3:29
–Fleetwood MacMerry Go Round4:05
–Fleetwood MacI Loved Another Woman2:55
–Fleetwood MacNeed Your Love Tonight3:26
–Fleetwood MacWorried Dream5:22
–Fleetwood MacDragonfly2:42
–Fleetwood MacStop Messin' Around2:19
–Fleetwood MacShake Your Moneymaker2:54
–Chicken ShackI'd Rather Go Blind3:12
–Chris Coco Feat. Peter Green (2)Albatross5:25

Fleetwood Mac ‎– The Best Of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac [NEW][2LP]

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