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 Post subject: Re: Fleetwood Mac
PostPosted: Sat December 03, 2022 8:42 pm 
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Suggested list - ideas?

Fleetwood Mac

John Mayall Plays John Mayall (1965)
Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton (1966)
A Hard Road (1967)
Crusade (1967)
7936 South Rhodes (1968)
Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac (1968)
Mr. Wonderful (1968)
Shrine ‘69
Then Play On (1969)
Fleetwood Mac in Chicago (1969)
Live in Boston 2/5-7/1970
Kiln House (1970)
Future Games (1971)
Live at the BBC 1967-71
Bare Trees (1972)
Penguin (1973)
Buckingham Nicks (1973)
Mystery to Me (1974)
Heroes Are Hard to Find (1974)
Fleetwood Mac (1975)
Rumours (1977)
Tusk (1979)
Live (1980)
Law and Order (1981)
Bella Donna (1981)
Mirage (1982)
Wild Heart (1983)
Go Insane (1984)
Rock a Little (1985)
Tango in the Night (1987)
The Other Side of the Mirror (1989)
Behind the Mask (1990)
Out of the Cradle (1992)
Street Angel (1994)
Time (1995)
The Dance (1997)
Trouble in Shangri-La (2001)
Say You Will (2003)
Live in Boston 2003
Under the Skin (2006)
Live at the Bass Performance Hall (2007)
Gift of Screws (2008)
Seeds We Sow (2011)
Songs from the Small Machine (live) (2011)
In Your Dreams (2011)
One Man Show (2012)
Extended Play EP (2013)
24 Karat Gold (2014)
Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie (2017)
Lindsey Buckingham (2021)


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 Post subject: Re: Fleetwood Mac
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Why the Beano Album? Or any of the non-Green Mayall stuff? McVie?

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 Post subject: Re: Fleetwood Mac
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So there needs to be more? Just like the other journeys, I am no expert. I am encouraging a collaborative list that we may all listen - though this is a long list so guaranteed we’ll be into 2013 and then some before this is done.


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I’ll skip all the live stuff. I remember the Dance reunion well enough


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 Post subject: Re: Fleetwood Mac
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tragabigzanda wrote:
I’ll skip all the live stuff. I remember the Dance reunion well enough

I’m admittedly a live music addict and so I have tended in more recent times to include them.


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There's a live performance from 1982 on the deluxe edition of Mirage that is just monumental. My favorite versions of I'm so afraid, The Chain and Sisters of the Moon.

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Sisters of the Moon is so f’n dope


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I listened to the show from Nashville during the Rumours tour this morning as an appetizer. They said it was the first time Songbird was played live. Great show.

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tragabigzanda wrote:
Sisters of the Moon is so f’n dope

The kids are saying slays nowadays. As a verb or a noun.

So either it slays or it’s slay.

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Mic the Snare did a really good deep dive on Fleetwood Mac, going through their albums one by one. I disagree with some of his takes but it's like a condensed version of a liebzz journey, so it's fun to watch:


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Go Your Own Way is stuck in my head.

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 Post subject: Re: Fleetwood Mac
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Jorge wrote:
Mic the Snare did a really good deep dive on Fleetwood Mac, going through their albums one by one. I disagree with some of his takes but it's like a condensed version of a liebzz journey, so it's fun to watch:


We’re gonna do it ourselves Jorge. You should join us

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JuanHamm wrote:
There's a live performance from 1982 on the deluxe edition of Mirage that is just monumental. My favorite versions of I'm so afraid, The Chain and Sisters of the Moon.

Let’s add it!


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Hoping to start this long journey on Monday. Join in or you can go your own way, but don’t stop thinking about tomorrow because the chain will keep us together as we roll through these albums.


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I’ve already made my thru the first 3 albums. The Peter Green albums.

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And what did you think

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I gotta add the Christine McVie solo albums and then the list is complete. Will start with the John Mayall stuff - seems like a nice story arc.


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I didn’t get to listen to the Mayall album with Green. I thought I had it but apparently not so I just went right for the Mac albums.

I’ll put up thoughts after a few others catch up.

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And away we go!

John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - John Mayall Plays John Mayall: Live at Klooks Kleek 1964

Starting out with a live album is a first! Here, this sort of English interpretation of Chicago blues is a solid live album in that sort of easy to listen blues sans major solos or wild turns - played pretty straight. At this point, only future Fleetwood Mac member John McVie is part of the band, though that will quickly change. Solid and fun way to ease into this journey, very much the sort of thing that was happening in the mid-60s, reminiscent of early Stones almost, though without the sense of danger in the music that always seemed to follow around that band in almost any era.


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John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers - Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton

With the addition of Eric Clapton, this band takes a massive leap from what seemed like a harmless Chicago blues cover band to another stratosphere. It’s almost hard to remember there was a time when Eric Clapton was awesome, but here it is. Slaying over top Flint’s drums and McVie’s bass, this instantly is a must hear album, each track playing off elements of the blues with rawness but also near perfect execution. This is one of those albums I wish I knew much sooner.


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