THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: FLEETWOOD MAC - PARIS 1970

June 28, 2013 – 4:40 am

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FLEETWOOD MAC
Paris 1970 1969 [Perfect Reel Master PRM-2013-003/4, 2CD]

Live at the L’Olympia, Paris, France. Although the artwork lists it as March 7, 1969; it is March 7, 1970. Good to fairly good audience recording.

Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks.

This looks like it was sourced from the torrent shared by alphi in February 2013. Now, it’s a silver-disc boot from Perfect Reel Master.

If it is, here are alphi’s notes (and a round of thanks to alphi and Gérard):

Fresh transfer from uncirculated audience master cassette. This recording comes from a 40-year-old master tape and has never been circulated before. It must have a few glitches from time to time, but it’s a miracle that it was not completely gone after all this time. Big thanks to Gérard for digging out his tapes collection, and coming home with some of them and, of course, for taping this show at the time! Some parts between the songs may be missing, since the recorder was stopped to save the tape.”

Meanwhile, CoolSonics 222, shared a remastered version of this show at Dime, added: “While a year later Fleetwood Mac would lose Jeremy [Spencer] to the Children Of God and bring Peter back in, by then many other things had changed. So, this lineup is quite unique for its vintage, particularly as it is an entire show. After Peter’s apology for Jeremy’s absence, the French audience response is a bit mixed, but one can imagine Peter feels badly about the situation. For whatever reason, the Rattlesnake Shake that follows is stupendous - it roars!”

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Disc 1
Track 101. Before The Beginning (5.0MB)
Track 102. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Prong Crown) (29.9MB)
Track 103. Like It This Way (7.0MB)
Track 104. Loving Kind (4.5MB)
Track 105. Jumping At Shadows (7.0MB)
Track 106. Homework (7.7MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Rattlesnake Shake/Underway (35.2MB)
Track 202. On We Jam Ham (14.6MB)
Track 203. Oh Well (4.2MB)

Lineup:
Peter Green - electric guitar, vocals
Danny Kirwan Kirwin - electric guitar, vocals
John McVie - electric bass
Mick Fleetwood - drums, percussion

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  1. 18 Responses to “THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: FLEETWOOD MAC - PARIS 1970”

  2. hey bigo, i think, the correct year on this show is 1970. look here:

    http://www.fmlegacy.com/concertsfm1970.html

    best,
    ed

    By Ed Saad on Jun 28, 2013

  3. Hello Ed

    Thanks for the feedback. Cheers.

    By bigozine2 on Jun 28, 2013

  4. hey bigo, sure. i’m a big fan of the fillmore west mac show i got here five years ago so i’ll get this. there’s a few corrections. it’s “on we jam”, “like it this way” and the green manalishi (with the two-prong crown). now judas priest covered this on hell bent for leather aka killing machine, and they put (with the two-pronged crown). i suppose either will work cause i have seen it listed that way too on mac compilations such as this one:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001F6QV8S/ref=sr_1_album_1_rd?ie=UTF8&child=B001F6NF5A&qid=1372383458&sr=1-1

    best,
    ed

    By Ed Saad on Jun 28, 2013

  5. Hello Ed

    Thanks again. Cheers.

    By bigozine2 on Jun 28, 2013

  6. hey bigo, sure. i am listening now. i numbered it 1-9 cause in itunes it says it’s 1.3 minutes so multiply that by 60 and you get 78 minutes.

    now for some who don’t use itunes they may have to do it as two cd’s. i have ufo shows where the artwork says it’s over 80 minutes, but they’ll fit on one disc. i numbered them 1- too. then in some cases i have boc shows where the tracks were already numbered and made two cd’s so i left them. i rarely burn discs, but, if i ever do, the ones that are two cd’s that will fit, i’ll put on one disc. :)

    when fixing the tags, there’s a space after before the beginning i took out. this is only for the nit picky and or perfectionists.

    thanks,
    ed

    By Ed Saad on Jun 28, 2013

  7. Just to say a big thank you Big O . . and Ed too. This is my favourite line up of the Mac well sort of, had it been Jeremy still there and with the breathtakingly beautiful smoking soulful voice of Christine too, it would have been. . . . couldn’t stand later incarnation being a blues and Peter G fan purist I guess. Fanx!

    By swappers on Jun 28, 2013

  8. thanks bigO! i usually dont bother with “good” audience recordings but when i heard greens solo on the first song that was enough to grab it all.

    By barth on Jun 28, 2013

  9. Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark and BigO. The Mac played multiple shows at the old Kinetic Playground around the new years in 1968 and 1969. I attended the New Year’s 1968 show and was totally hooked. I then attended an additional 5 shows over the 2 years. Every show was magical. For me, this was the prime of the Mac. This recording is actually better than the “London Live ‘68″ release.

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Jun 29, 2013

  10. Wow…amazing stuff. Thanks, BIGO.

    By YogaforCynics on Jun 29, 2013

  11. On We Jam is actually Ennui Jam. Very tongue-in-cheek there guys.

    By Roburque on Jun 29, 2013

  12. It is Kirwan, not Kirwin. That said, thanks so much for posting this show, always on the lookout for more Peter Green music!

    By Mike on Jun 29, 2013

  13. I’ll never get tired of Peter Green’s music with the Mac. Thanks alot guys! Cheers Tony

    By Tony on Jun 29, 2013

  14. Jeremy Spencer was still in the band at this time but pretty much only played the Elmore James style songs and a 50’s Rock n Roll parody during the shows. Also that incredible bass solo during Green Manalishi is Peter Green playing a Fender Bass 6, the original 6 string bass.

    By Mike Cummings on Jun 30, 2013

  15. Kirwan..its danny kirwan not kirwin.

    By dropkick sarge on Jul 3, 2013

  16. I just realized….This is a fairy good recording.

    By sking on Jul 5, 2013

  17. Good to fairy good audience recording.

    By sking on Jul 5, 2013

  18. there is an amazingly good sounding FM show on sugarmegs [just recently added]

    http://www.sugarmegs.org/

    This was recorded in a Connecticut studio in December of 1975, broadcast on
    WBCN Boston on 1/12/76. The very beginnings of FM with its new lineup, featuring
    Buckingham & Nicks. Taken from a 1/4 inch reel-to-reel tape with Cool Edit Pro,
    wavs converted directly to .shn with mkwACT.

    Track List

    1 - Get Like You Used To Be
    2 - Station Man
    3 - Spare Me A Little
    4 - Rhiannon
    5 - Why
    6 - Landslide
    7 - Over My Head
    8 - I’m So Afraid
    9 - Oh Well
    10 - The Green Manalishi
    11 - World Turning

    By sluggo on Dec 7, 2013

  19. Does anyone have a recording of Fleetwood Mac 1970 Kiln House tour from the Eastown Theater in Detroit including tunes played as an encore? Jeremy Spencer playing “Keep A Knockin”?

    By joeP on Jan 7, 2016

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