Valhalla is coming !!!!!
A little tune we had a go at hope you like it :thumb:
Thanks KC i never knew that , i can see the similarity , and thanks everybody for replying its really nice to read your comments , we appreciate it . This track came from the original Fleetwood Mac , aka Peter Green , one of the greatest british blues players of all time . He is still gigging around England i believe , although im not sure if he plays much lead .kc_artist_rocker said:Gawd Dammit! Between you two and Goport, I am really getting depressed about my lack of effort lately. It is both inspiring, yet depressing. Inspiring because I want to be holding my own in the same league as you guys, but i don't seem to be making the time necessary to do so, like you guys are obviously doing. You guys are really kicking serious ass...consistently. This is super-old Fleetwood mac. I'm certain that I don't need to "educate" you guys on this, but this song inspired "Black Dog." Here is a quote from the following link:
"Black Dog has very similar vocal arrangements to this song. Jimmy Page said in an interview that he had heard Oh Well. Originally released on Fleetwood Mac's 1969 release Then Play On."
Excellent, excellent post. Short, but very sweet. A great groove, this song has. I know how to play this tune actually, as it is on my to do list, although, no need to put effort into it now, since you two rocked ASS on it! Production was so super smooth. You two are truly a major inspiration to me!