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Black Magic Woman
Compilation album by
Released1971
Recorded1967–69
Genre Blues rock
Label Epic
Producer Mike Vernon
Fleetwood Mac compilations chronology
The Pious Bird of Good Omen
(1969)
Black Magic Woman
(1971)
The Original Fleetwood Mac
(1971)

Black Magic Woman is a compilation album by British 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 (in its entirety, making up the first LP of the two) and English Rose, as well as several non-album tracks. The U.S. Epic double album contains a different cover photo of a gypsy woman.

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic [1]

Track listing

Disc 1 ( Fleetwood Mac)
No.TitleLength
1."My Heart Beat Like a Hammer" ( Jeremy Spencer) 
2."Merry-Go-Round" ( Peter Green) 
3."Long Grey Mare" (Peter Green) 
4." Hellhound on My Trail" ( Robert Johnson) 
5." Shake Your Moneymaker" ( Elmore James) 
6."Looking for Somebody" (Peter Green) 
7."No Place to Go" ( Howlin' Wolf) 
8."My Baby's Good to Me" (Jeremy Spencer) 
9."I Loved Another Woman" (Peter Green) 
10."Cold Black Night" (Jeremy Spencer) 
11."The World Keep on Turning" (Peter Green) 
12."Got to Move" (Elmore James, Marshall Sehorn) 
Disc 2
No.TitleOriginal releaseLength
1." Stop Messin' Round" ( Clifford Davis, Peter Green) Mr. Wonderful 
2."Jigsaw Puzzle Blues" ( Danny Kirwan) English Rose 
3."Doctor Brown" ( John Thomas Brown, Buster Brown)Mr. Wonderful 
4."Something Inside of Me" (Danny Kirwan)English Rose 
5."Evenin' Boogie" (Jeremy Spencer)Mr. Wonderful 
6."Love That Burns" (C.G. Adams, Peter Green)Mr. Wonderful 
7." Black Magic Woman" (Peter Green)English Rose 
8."I've Lost My Baby" (Jeremy Spencer)Mr. Wonderful 
9."One Sunny Day" (Danny Kirwan)English Rose 
10."Without You" (Danny Kirwan)English Rose 
11."Coming Home" (Elmore James)Mr. Wonderful 
12." Albatross" (Peter Green)English Rose 

Credits

Chart performance

Chart (1971) Peak
position
US Billboard 200 [2] 143

References

  1. ^ Unterberger, Richie. Black Magic Woman at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Fleetwood Mac Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved 17 August 2023.

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