Fleetwood Mac


Fleet are the best band in the world. My festering friend Air thinks that Nirvana are better but i'm sorry about that one. Songs like Go Your Own way and Tusk are classic records.

>>By da   (Monday, 27 Jan 2003 15:57)


>>By bobo   (Monday, 14 Apr 2003 06:04)

I love Stevie and Lindsey! And the songs Go Yor Own Way, Seven Wonders, Thrown Down, Gold Dust Woman etc!

>>By Gold Dust Tessy   (Thursday, 15 May 2003 11:40)

Does anybody know if there was a song or music video done in the '80's with fleetwood mac and Ringo Starr?

>>By question?   (Monday, 2 Jun 2003 02:43)

Have any of you young people heard the early line-up from England, before America & the girls joined?
They were a hard-rockin' blues band then, I have a cheapie reissue live at the Tea Party Club, Boston, Mass. 1970, which you Stevie & Lindsey fans would hate! Harder fans, please take note!!!!

>>By flamencoprof   (Monday, 23 Feb 2004 13:41)

I'm 21 & was practically raised on the blues. The best song they did (in my opinion) has gotta be 'Need Your Love So Bad'. We hear this song unwittingly regurgitated every single day in some form or another. Still, a bloody great song!

>>By Ben Hollywood   (Monday, 23 Feb 2004 20:40)

Oh wow. This is one band that is grossly underappreciated. I love Fleetwood Mac, and though some people would consider them to be country, I definitely think it is rock music. Rumors is one of the best albums I own... it is great. Stevie Nicks has a beautiful raspy voice that I have not heard from any other performer. I love this band.

>>By RaveOnCaroline   (Sunday, 29 Feb 2004 22:00)

The last C.D. I payed on with my band the SERVANTS we had Phill Benett (Starship......yes that Starship with Micky Tomas) play piano on some of the tracks. Some are played on the same piano that was played on RUMOURS! It still sounds killer to this day. and the B-3 organ is on Santnas last C.D. You can give ear to it at www.servantsrock.com if you like.

>>By bosco   (Wednesday, 3 Mar 2004 05:57)

They are great and have influenced loads of other bands and singers, my fave songs are The chain, landslide and dreams.

>>By Peni   (Wednesday, 29 Jun 2005 13:52)

i've recently gotten into fleetwood mac, and while some folks try to categorize them as "classic rock", in my opinion, that doesn't do them any justice!

>>By balloons!!   (Thursday, 2 Oct 2008 16:24)

I'm with you flamencoprof, when Peter Green left I lost interest

>>By ThunderRoad   (Monday, 2 Mar 2009 18:58)

All those early Mac singles & albums are great, but i'd plump for the Then Play On CD.
With his Elmore James impression, Jeremy Spencer soon became a rather irksome one-trick-pony, but Danny Kirwan, Peter Green's protege, had wider talents. As a rhythm-section, Mick Fleetwood & John McVie could cook & rock-out at times.
Christine McVie used to guest on keyboards, practically uncredited, even in those early days.

>>By nonyeb   (Tuesday, 3 Mar 2009 01:59)

Apart from the 'Rumours' album, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac is the only Mac worth listening to.

>>By Breath Of Shadows   (Tuesday, 3 Mar 2009 17:20)

Of those early albums, i'd only want the first three (The 'dog & dustbin' first album, Mr Wonderful, and Then Play On.) I also have Kiln House, which features Kirwan & Perfect but sadly Peter green had gone by then.)

>>By nonyeb   (Tuesday, 3 Mar 2009 20:30)

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