Peter Green Kolors [Bonus Tracks]

Kolors [Bonus Tracks]
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CD Details

  • Released: August 23, 2005
  • Originally Released: 2005
  • Label: Sanctuary Records

Tracks:

  • 1.Black Woman
  • 2.Bandit
  • 3.What Am I Doing Here?
  • 4.Bad Bad Feeling
  • 5.Same Old Blues
  • 6.Liquor and You
  • 7.Gotta Do It with Me
  • 8.Big Boy Now
  • 9.Funky Jam
  • 10.Apostle
  • 11.Whatcha Gonna Do?
  • 12.Rubbing My Eyes
  • 13.Long Way from Home
  • 14.Six String Guitar
  • 15.You Won't See Me Anymore

Product Description:

Personnel: Peter Green (vocals, guitar); Gus Isidore (guitar); Greg Browne (bass guitar); Reg Isidore (drums).
Liner Note Author: Jet Martin Celmins.
Arranger: P.A. Green.
Kolors, a 1983 release by Peter Green, is not a bad record. Peter seems more at ease with material by his older brother Mike Green than on White Sky three years before. Dave Mattacks of Fairport Convention and Reg Isidore of the Robin Trower band share the drumming. Peter plays with more passion than in a long time. "Big Bad Feeling" showcases some great slide guitar and hearkens back to Peter's glory days with Fleetwood Mac. "Bandit," another in a long line of dreamy Green instrumentals, features pan pipes! But, unlike Peter's great Mac tunes, Mike's songs are sometimes pedestrian -- after exploring "Indian Lover" on White Sky, he offers "Black Woman" here. "Black Magic Woman" it ain't. The album's effectiveness is damaged by a long, pointless "Funky Jam" to close the record, as if they came up short of material. ~ Mark Allan

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  • UPC: 060768637924
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