Oh Well

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  1. 'Oh Well' is a song recorded by Fleetwood Mac in , and composed by vocalist and lead guitarist Peter Green. It was composed in two parts, 'Part 1' being a fast electric blues song with vocals (lasting minutes), 'Part 2' being an entirely different instrumental piece with a .
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  3. Apr 18,  · Oh Well” to shorten. Though the song wasn’t as popular as his first single, “I’m Something Else”, which reached #1 on the YouTube trending page. This video & song reached #3 & #4 on.
  4. Oh Well (Part 1) Lyrics: I can't help about the shape I'm in / Can't sing, I ain't pretty and my legs are thin / But don't ask me what I think of you / I might not give the answer that you want me.
  5. Oh Well were a British dance group that started in the late s. Their main protagonist was the German record producer, Ackim Faulker. They were relatively successful during their peak in , but broke up soon after, due to lack of further chart success.
  6. If your a true Fleetwood Mac fan and you have never heard oh well, is a Fleetwood mac poser, That just want to hear is the hits, If you ever want to hear the early fleetmac i suggest listening to this tune it is a classic, So all you stevie nicks and lindsey fans listen to the early stuff they did without them, Dont get me wrong the stuff they did after that are awesome, So listen to this song and you might have a new favorite/5(5).
  7. ” the commaless “oh well” usually means “that’s okay,” “nothing can be done,” or “tough luck.” “Oh, well ” is the start of a statement, and “oh well” is a standalone statement.
  8. "Oh Well" was a major British hit single for Fleetwood Mac, reaching number two in late , and was arguably the best track the band cut in its original incarnation, when guitarist Peter Green was the band's principal creative force.
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