Fleetwood mac oh well

Oh Well by Fleetwood Mac

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Oh Well by Fleetwood Mac song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position.

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It first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in and subsequently appeared on revised versions of that year's Then Play On album and the Greatest Hits album in The original single features the first minute of "Part 2" as a fade-out coda to the A-side and then "Part 2" begins again on the B-side. Later releases varied in length. At concerts, only the first part was played, and live versions of the song have been released on many Fleetwood Mac live albums throughout their career such as Live and Live at the BBC , as well on the B-sides of singles. Peter Green wrote what would be part 2 of "Oh Well" on a Ramirez Spanish guitar, which he purchased after hearing the instrument on the radio. The first part of the song features a fast blues guitar riff played by Green, joined subsequently by Danny Kirwan and bassist John McVie , before a musical silence, punctuated only by Mick Fleetwood 's cowbell percussion.

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  1. "Oh Well" is a song first recorded by Fleetwood Mac in , composed by vocalist and lead guitarist Peter Green. It first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in.

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