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1968 Columbia album featuring the line up of Peter Green,Jeremy Spencer, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood and Bob Brunning.Contains 12 tracks, including 'My Heart Beat Like A Hammer','Hellround On My Trail' and 'I Loved Another ... more »
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1968 Columbia album featuring the line up of Peter Green,Jeremy Spencer, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood and Bob Brunning.Contains 12 tracks, including 'My Heart Beat Like A Hammer','Hellround On My Trail' and 'I Loved Another Woman'.
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Barry S. from DANVERS, MA
Reviewed on 12/3/2011...
To understand the phenomenal success of "Rumours" you need only give this disc a listen. The addition of Lyndsey Buckingham & Stevie Nicks was the spark for the rise of the band to superstar status. Building on the band's previous success, the solid rhythm section of Fleetwood Mac and superb vocals of Christine McVie. Buckingham Nicks brought the beautiful voice of Stevie & creative talents of Lyndsey as a singer songwriter composer & guitarist. This album produced the hits Say You Love Me & Over My Head with Christine on vocals, as well as Stevie's Rhiannon & Landslide, but my personal favorite track features the Buckingham/Nicks harmonies and Lyndsey's signature guitar work on Blue Letter.
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Andy C. (acdeasy) from LOS ANGELES, CA
Reviewed on 9/22/2011...
The cover depicted here is of the very first Fleetwood Mac record, a 1968 blues record with Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer, but the track list shown is from the band's first record with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks in 1975. Both records are called "Fleetwood Mac", but they are very different beasts.
So which record is it? In a way it actually doesn't matter. Each is among the very best of its style. For late-60s British blues, there is hardly a record to compare to the eponymous 1968 debut album. For L.A. mid-70s rock, few records can top the 1975 Fleetwood Mac.
But really, which record is it?
Lynn R. from MONTGOMRY VLG, MD
Reviewed on 1/24/2007...
1975. Monday Morning/Warm Ways/Blue Letter/Rhiannon/Over my Head/Crystal/Say You Love Me/Landslide/World Turning/Sugar Daddy/I'm So Afraid.
Melisa M. (hedgewitch) from UPHAM, ND
Reviewed on 9/11/2006...
This early album (original release 1975) contains some of their greatest hits. Track list is as follows:
01. Monday Morning
02. Warm Ways
03. Blue Letter
05. Over My Head
07. Say You Love Me
09. World Turning
10. Sugar Daddy
11. I'm So Afraid
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One of the best British Blues albums EVER !!!
Benjamin | Chicago, IL USA | 01/15/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If I had to choose between 5 TOP British Blues albums, this will be one of the 3 firsts. This album is A MUST in every blues collection, an it helps us to understand how the British blues was born. It is also a MUST for any guitar player, not only blues guitar players, 'cause PETER GREEN here shows how a white man can make a guitar cry.
This is also the album that Gary Moore was trying to imitate in his great album Blues for Greeny.
Don't think twice and buy it RIGHT NOW !"