Black Magic Woman (album)

Black Magic Woman
Fleetwood Mac
Released 1971 (US LP)
2004 (EU CD)
Recorded 1968-69
Genre Blues Rock
Label Columbia/Sony Music Direct
Blue Horizon (EU CD)
Epic Records (US LP)
Producer Mike Vernon

Black Magic Woman is a compilation album by blues-rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1971. It is a double album, composed of songs from two Peter Green-era albums, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac and English Rose.

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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Track listing

Disc 1

  1. "My Heart Beat Like a Hammer" (Spencer)
  2. "Merry-Go-Round" (Green)
  3. "Long Grey Mare" (Green)
  4. "Hellhound on My Trail" (Johnson)
  5. "Shake Your Moneymaker" (James)
  6. "Looking for Somebody" (Green)
  7. "No Place to Go" (Howlin' Wolf)
  8. "My Baby's Good to Me" (Spencer)
  9. "If I Loved Another Woman" (Green)
  10. "Cold Black Night" (Spencer)
  11. "The World Keep on Turning" (Green)
  12. "Got to Move" (James, Sehorn)

Disc 2

  1. "Stop Messin' Round" (Adams, Green)
  2. "Jigsaw Puzzle Blues" (Kirwan)
  3. "Doctor Brown" (Brown, Glasco)
  4. "Something Inside of Me" (Kirwan)
  5. "Evenin' Boogie" (Spencer)
  6. "Love That Burns" (Adams, Green)
  7. "Black Magic Woman" (Green)
  8. "I've Lost My Baby" (Spencer)
  9. "One Sunny Day" (Kirwan)
  10. "Without You" (Kirwan)
  11. "Coming Home" (James)
  12. "Albatross" (Green)

Credits

References

External links

  • Black Magic Woman at The Penguin discography


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