The Vaudeville Years

The Vaudeville Years

Infobox Album |
Name = The Vaudeville Years
Type = Compilation album
Artist = Fleetwood Mac

Released = 1998
Recorded = 1968-70
Genre = Blues Rock
Length =
Label = Receiver Records
Producer =
Last album =
This album =
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"The Vaudeville Years of Fleetwood Mac 1968 To 1970" is an album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1998. It was a compilation of outtakes and unreleased tracks from the band's early line-up, none of which had previously seen the light of day officially. Available on double vinyl LP and double CD, it came with a booklet of extensive notes and anecdotes, and was the companion volume to "", which was released a few years later.

Track listing

Disc one

#"Intro / Lazy Poker Blues" (Green/Adams) – 3:48
#"My Baby's Sweeter" (Dixon) – 3:53
#"Love That Burns" (Green/Adams) – 4:15
#"Talk To Me Baby" (James) – 3:37
#"Everyday I Have The Blues #1" (Chatman) – 4:13
#"Jeremy's Contribution To Doo-Wop" (Spencer) – 3:34
#"Everyday I Have The Blues #2" (Chatman) – 4:23
#"Death Bells" (Hopkins) – 5:05
#"(Watch Out For Yourself) Mr Jones" (Spencer) – 3:35
#"Man Of Action" (Spencer) – 5:21
#"Do You Give A Damn For Me" (Green) – 3:45 ~ Early version of "Showbiz Blues"
#"Man Of The World" (Green) – 3:28
#"Like It This Way" (Kirwan) – 3:17
#"Blues In B Flat Minor" (Green) – 4:16 ~ Instrumental version of "Before The Beginning"
#"Someone's Gonna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonight" (Spencer) – 2:58 ~ Full-length version
#"Although The Sun Is Shining" (Kirwan) – 2:24
#"Showbiz Blues" (Green) – 6:51

Disc two

#"Underway" (Green) – 16:15 ~ Full-length version
#"The Madge Sessions #1" (J McVie/Fleetwood) – 17:21
#"The Madge Sessions #2" (J McVie/Fleetwood) – 2:42
#"(That's What) I Want You To Know" (Spencer) – 3:54
#"Oh Well" (Green) – 2:47
#"Love It Seems" (Kirwan) – 2:39
#"Mighty Cold" (Pomus/Shuman) – 2:28
#"Fast Talking Woman Blues" (Green) – 4:02 ~ Also known as "Drifting"
#"Tell Me From The Start" (Kirwan) – 2:02
#"October Jam #1" (Kirwan/Green/J McVie) – 5:01
#"October Jam #2" (Kirwan/Green/J McVie/Fleetwood) – 1:57
#"The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Prong Crown)" (Green) – 4:43
#"World In Harmony" (Kirwan/Green) – 3:28
#"Farewell" (Kirwan) – 2:18 ~ Early demo of "Earl Gray"


*Peter Green - guitar, vocals
*Mick Fleetwood - percussion, drums
*John McVie - bass
*Jeremy Spencer - guitar, vocals
*Danny Kirwan - guitar, vocals

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