This powerful psychedelic journey clearly shows how great Peter Green was at that time. "The End of the Game" is a hallucinatory blend of jazz, fusion and blues. The arranged pieces of a long jam session are experimental and all instrumental. Peter Green's Wah-Wah-Gibson guitar is incredibly expressive, just like his band. This is a kind of musical adventure trip that Fleetwood Mac didn't want to take, but which was finally carried out by Green on his own in a breathtaking way
In 1967 Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie played in the legendary John Mayall & The Blues Breakers and were given free studio time to record five songs. Peter Green was so convinced of the musical abilities of this band that he immediately formed Fleetwood Mac and named it after the drummer and bassist.