Sometimes It's a Bitch [#] - Stevie Nicks, BonJovi, Jon
Stop Draggin' My Heart Around - Stevie Nicks, Campbell, Mike 
Whole Lotta Trouble - Stevie Nicks, Campbell, Michael
Talk to Me - Stevie Nicks, Sandford, Chas
Beauty and the Beast
If Anyone Falls
Rooms on Fire
Love's a Hard Game to Play [#] - Stevie Nicks, Michaels, Bret
Edge of Seventeen
Leather and Lace
I Can't Wait
Has Anyone Ever Written Anything for You
Desert Angel [#] - Stevie Nicks, Campbell, Michael
Stevie Nicks hasn't scored an incredible number of post-Fleetwood Mac hits, but she's had enough to fill this CD. (Her 1998 four-CD box set may qualify as overkill). Her best solo songs are ones that sound like they could ... more »have come from Fleetwood Mac, including "Stand Back," "Leather and Lace," and "If Anyone Falls"--all included here. The highlight of this CD, and of Nicks' solo career, is "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," her collaboration with Tom Petty. Petty proves to be Nicks's best foil since Lindsey Buckingham. --Charles R. Cross« less
Stevie Nicks hasn't scored an incredible number of post-Fleetwood Mac hits, but she's had enough to fill this CD. (Her 1998 four-CD box set may qualify as overkill). Her best solo songs are ones that sound like they could have come from Fleetwood Mac, including "Stand Back," "Leather and Lace," and "If Anyone Falls"--all included here. The highlight of this CD, and of Nicks' solo career, is "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," her collaboration with Tom Petty. Petty proves to be Nicks's best foil since Lindsey Buckingham. --Charles R. Cross
Sharon S. from MANTECA, CA Reviewed on 10/27/2014...
This is an awesome collection of Stevie Nicks hits. Must have for any fan!
Bobby T. (boogaloobob) from GOODYEAR, AZ Reviewed on 2/26/2011...
Could not have made a better choice. Have her vinyl's and
updating to CD's. with a great capitulation on one (1) CD.
Kathleen O. (KathleenMarie) from WALDPORT, OR Reviewed on 6/13/2010...
Love this CD. One of her best.
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Amy T. (simplyamy) from DAKOTA DUNES, SD Reviewed on 11/3/2007...
Gosh she rocks!
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CD Representing the life of a true rock poet!
Chris McLeod | Locust Grove, GA. USA | 07/30/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I reviewed this CD first in December of 1998, when I was still a new and becoming Stevie Nicks fan. I have had years to reflect and list to everything this woman has done. This CD is full of Nicks' solo hits, as well as a couple of new tunes (well they were new when this album was put out in 1991 anyway!)
Stevie Nicks, the quintessential Queen of Rock, released TIMESPACE : THE BEST OF STEVIE NICKS in 1991 (not exactly her prime time in the music business) With her multi-platinum success with Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist, juggling both was not always easy for Stevie, but her millions of adoring fans are what helped her make it through (the drug addictions, weight gains, all of it!)
In the booklet of this CD, Stevie explains each song, so that no-one can be confused on the meanings of these songs. This is a great and must have album for any Stevie fan, or anyone at all for that matter. Standout cuts are the poetic and deep "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You?" - The rock ballad "Edge of Seventeen," her famous duets of the early 80s such as "Leather and Lace" with Eagles frontman Don Henley, and "Stop Draggin My Heart Around" with rocker Tom Petty. "Beauty and the Beast" is a soft and emotional ode to former lover Mick Fleetwood. "Stand Back," as always, is a great upbeat song, great for driving!
"Talk To Me," one of Stevie's biggest solo hits, is upbeat and an awesome tune. "Rooms on Fire" tells her fans where Stevie stands as the 80's end. "Desert Angel," is a deep song written for the troups in the Persian Gulf War. All in all, every song has a story, and every song on this CD is worth plenty of listens! DO NOT hesitate to buy this Cd."
Timespace:Best of Stevie Nicks
Fuchsia | United States | 04/18/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I just bought this album at Goodwill along with The Beatles 1967-1970 for only 50 cents so it must have been my lucky day! I had never heard any of Stevie Nicks solo songs before purchasing this CD although I have always loved her songs with Fleetwood Mac(Gold Dust Woman, Rhiannon, Dreams, and Landslide are Fleetwood Macs best songs) I have always loved her beautiful voice and her witchy, romantic look and I was not disappointed with Timespace. I would probably give it five stars just for Beauty and the Beast and Edge of Seventeen but the whole album deserves five stars. Leather and Lace, Draggin my Heart Around, Room on Fire ect ect these are all great songs. I recommend this album to anyone who loves great music and I especilly recommend Beauty and the Beast and Edge of Seventeen because those are the two greatest songs I have ever heard.If you only want to listen to two of her songs try those and you will be hooked."
H3@+h | VT | 10/28/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I think I'm in the minority of people who like "Stevie Nicks" just a little more than "Fleetwood Mac". Maybe because I grew up in the 80's. Anyway, this is a great collection, and off the top of my head I can't think of any of her solo songs missing. This includes "Talk To Me", "Rooms On Fire", "If Anyone Falls", and "Edge Of Seventeen". Plus it has "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" with "Tom Petty", and "Leather And Lace" with "Don Henley", two of the best duets I've ever heard. Another moving song is "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You", which makes my wife cry every time. Overall it's 14 wonderful tracks that sound as good as she looked."
Stevie takes us into her magical timespace!
Fuchsia | 10/21/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"An excellent collection of Stevie's work. Some of the tracks have been given an additional polish through some subtle re-mixing by Chris Lord Alge (for dance fans: I don't mean remixed as in a new production, i mean the original masters re-mixed down in the studio). The young and foolish will finally realise where that guitar riff in Destiny's Child 'Bootylicious' came from (from Stevie's Edge of Seventeen), and where the current dance hits Rooms on Fire by Europa XL and Stand Back by Linus Loves owe their songs!What makes this collection stand out is the wonderful sleeve notes in which Stevie tells us about what inspired each song, where she was in her life at the time, and any special anecdotes. These make the songs come alive even more. There are some magical and moving stories, such as the explanation behind Rooms on Fire. For the person who said I Can't Wait sounds like a dentist's drill gone mad...well it's always sounded as frantic, with that rattling percussion. This track has not been altered in any way for this compilation. It's a very energised rock track that was also played in the clubs (there was a dancier remix at the time, by Steve Thompson, unfortunately not yet on any CD compilation I've seen)."