Soon after, he wrote "Part 1" as a throwaway riff for the B-side. The song still received some airplay on many FM rock stations and its reputation has grown in the years since its release. The song was omitted from later video releases of the story, but finally reintroduced on the DVD release in This was repeated on the worldwide original CD release.
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Archived from the maf on This was filmed around the same time the single was in the charts, and transmitted in January The song was omitted from later video releases of the story, but finally reintroduced on the DVD release in Green sings a brief verse with no musical accompaniment, before the riff begins again and Kirwan takes a solo.
Another silence precedes a second verse, and a replay of the riff. Blues rock hard rock psychedelic rock progressive rock folk rock.
Oh Well (song)
Peter Green revealed in a interview that he wrote "Oh Well Part 2" first, intending to release the song as the A-side. During live performances with the original lineup, Spencer frequently played supplemental percussion during the song, often maracas.
Retrieved from " https: Archived copy as title Music infoboxes with deprecated parameters Articles with hAudio microformats. 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 This page was last edited on 21 Octoberat 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 BBCas well on the B-sides of singles.
Retrieved 2 May Inspired by some Spanish guitar playing he heard on the radio, he purchased a Ramirez Spanish guitar specifically for "Oh Well Part 2". The album edit of "Oh Well" simply joined the two sides of the single as one track, entitled "Oh Well" lasting 8: A live version of the song was included on the compilation The Vaudeville Years.
After the single was released, US versions of the Then Play On album were updated to include the song. Cover of the Spanish release: Other reissues of the song, including the Greatest Hits album and the Deluxe Then Play Ongenerally feature the original single releases of Part 1 with coda and Part 2 as two separate tracks.
Soon after, he wrote "Part 1" as a throwaway riff for the B-side. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This was Spencer's only contribution to the song, as he was absent from the recording of "Part 1", and Green played all the other instruments heard during "Part 2". Australian fleetwwood Rick Springfield performed a version of the song in July for The A.
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Views Read Edit View history. An excerpt from the song can be heard in the Doctor Who story Spearhead from Space.
The single's peak position in the UK Charts was No. The song still received some airplay on many FM rock stations and its reputation has grown in the years since its release.
This was repeated on the worldwide original CD release. The beginning of the song from Live in Boston by Fleetwood Mac can be heard in the second season of the television show Fargo.