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    Fleetwood Mac Munich Concert Poster (1970). This large, unusual poster comes from the last days of founder Peter Green's tenure as lead guitarist for the band. While in Germany on this tour, Green supposedly got in with a a group of fans who gave him some very powerful mind-expanding drugs, which caused him to doubt everything about the band. He began to urge the group members -- John McVie, Mick Fleetwood, Jeremy Spencer, and Danny Kirwin -- to give up all their gig income to charity, and wrote his last Mac song, "Green Manalishi" as a testament to the evils of money. By May, Green would be gone, and Christine McVie would join a few months later. This poster features a wild "rag doll" of drummer Fleetwood designed by Gunther Kieser, for a January 18th show. It measures 33.25" x 47" and is in Near Mint- condition.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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