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Here’s my guess: most of you know “Oh Well” as a song from the earliest incarnation of Fleetwood Mac, a weird conglomeration of acoustic guitars, blues solos and the airtight playing of Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, who navigate the song’s everchanging groove.
And that’s all incredibly true, even if the second half is a stone bore — Green sabotaging his own work by pretending he’s the guy who found the acoustic guitar in “2112,” — it’s weird and great in all the right ways.