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Fleetwood Mac - Discography, Greatest Hits $ Live (Part 1) [FLAC] [h33t] - Kitlope


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Fleetwood Mac - Discography, Greatest Hits & Live (Part 1) [FLAC] [h33t] - Kitlope
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          04 - Sunny Side Of Heaven.flac -
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    Fleetwood Mac - Behind the Mask 1990
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          06 Affairs Of The Heart.flac -
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    Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac 1975 (U.S. Deluxe & Expanded Edition)
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Description



File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
Cd Ripper: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 4
EAC Log: Yes (for most rips)
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes (for most rips)
Tracker(s): http://www.h33t.com:3310/announce; http://tpb.tracker.thepiratebay.org:80/announce; http://inferno.demonoid.com:3419/announce
Torrent Hash: 4379F77C9A637C7F6466705921C3BD63BA8E5574
File Size: 10.13 Gb
Years: 1967 - present
Labels: Blue Horizon, Reprise, Warner Bros, Sire, CBS Europe, Epic, Sanctuary


This is Part 1 of a 2 part Torrent



ALBUMS AND YEARS IN THIS TORRENT:



Studio Albums


Fleetwood Mac 1968 (Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac)
Mr. Wonderful 1968
Then Play On 1969
Kiln House 1970
Future Games 1971
Bare Trees 1972
Penguin 1973
Mystery to Me 1973
Heroes Are Hard to Find 1974
Fleetwood Mac 1975
Rumours 1977
Tusk 1979
Mirage 1982
Tango in the Night 1987
Behind the Mask 1990
Time 1995
Say You Will 2003


Live


Live at the BBC 1967 – 1971 (1995)
Live 1980
The Dance 1997


Greatest Hits


Greatest Hits 1971
Greatest Hits 1988
25 Years: The Chain 1992
The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac 2002



Audiochecker Log



There’s an audiocheck folder present as I ran audiochecker to validate how authentic these lossless albums were. I’m glad to report everything looks good although there is an obvious case of some false positives. don’t understand why Tango in the Night results came up so poorly using Audiochecker as it was a rip by me using EAC. I then re-ripped Tango in the Night and checked it again with Audiochecker and the same crap results occured. I had a downloaded copy (with log file) of the album and checked that as well and it had, yet again, the same crap results. My rip of Mystery to Me is, according the Audiochecker, 100%. Same with Timespace: Best of Stevie Nicks and Stevie Nicks Soundstage Sessions.


So this just confirms my suspicions of Audiochecker occurring some false positives as I had figured in the past. I wouldn’t worry about it if some songs from an album have a MPEG possibility as long as most songs are CDDA then you know its good. You’re just going to have to trust me on Tango in the Night being authentic since most are MPEG according to Audiochecker.



Please help seed these FLACs!



A Big thanks goes out to Demonoid members Oneanight (oan), Wishyouwerehere, Markshan, Loc Blazer, ukras, HellraiserRG, danhigh7, Waynelap and TheFunNun for their Fleetwood Mac contributions. Another thanks goes out to DLedin & Galemark who did the Buckingham Nicks vinyl rip. Guys, this sounds incredible! Great job and such a fantastic album. Another big thanks goes to the members of torrents.ru where I downloaded many of the older studio albums and compilations. Many were in Monkey’s Audio (APE) format so I converted to FLAC. I know my ratio took a massive hit but give it some time and I can seed back what I took!


*Note: Some Folders you will notice 2 or even 3 cue files. I left all the cue files in the torrent, the ones that say "cue_cutter" are the new cue files when I converted an ape to flac or had to split the tracks from one large FLAC. Look for these "cutter cues" if your planning to reconvert them in any which way.





From Wiki:


Fleetwood Mac are a British/American rock band formed in 1967 which have experienced a high turnover of personnel and varied levels of success. From the band's inception through the end of 1974, no incarnation of Fleetwood Mac lasted as long as two years.

The only member present in the band from the very beginning is its namesake drummer Mick Fleetwood. Bassist John McVie, despite his giving part of his name to the band, did not play on their first single nor at their first concerts. Keyboardist Christine McVie has, to date, appeared on all but two albums, either as a member or as a session musician. She also supplied the artwork for the album "Kiln House".

The two most successful periods for the band were during the late 1960s British blues boom, when they were led by guitarist Peter Green, and from 1975 to 1987, with more pop-orientation, featuring Christine McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. The band enjoyed more modest success in the intervening period between 1971 and 1974, with the line-up including Bob Welch, and also during the 1990s which saw more personnel changes before the return of Nicks and Buckingham in 1997, and more recently, the departure of Christine McVie.





STUDIO ALBUMS




Fleetwood Mac (1968 album – reissued as Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac)

Fleetwood Mac is the self-titled debut album by the rock group Fleetwood Mac, released in 1968 (see 1968 in music). It is a far cry from the crystalline rock that is found on their later albums, Fleetwood Mac (1975) and Rumours (1977). This album is British blues with flourishes of psychedelic rock. The vocals are shared between Peter Green and second guitarist Jeremy Spencer.

To avoid confusion with their 1975 self-titled album, this album has been re-issued as Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. An expanded version of this album was included in the box set The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions.

Tracks:

1. "My Heart Beat Like a Hammer" (Jeremy Spencer) – 3:31
2. "Merry-Go-Round" (Green) – 4:19
3. "Long Grey Mare" (Green) – 2:12
4. "Hellhound on My Trail" (Johnson) – 2:04
5. "Shake Your Moneymaker" (Elmore James) – 3:11
6. "Looking for Somebody" (Green) - 2:49
7. "No Place to Go" (Howlin' Wolf) - 3:20
8. "My Baby's Good to Me" (Spencer) – 2:49
9. "I Loved Another Woman" (Green) – 2:54
10. "Cold Black Night" (Spencer) – 3:15
11. "The World Keep On Turning" (Green) – 2:27
12. "Got to Move" (E. James, Sehorn) – 3:18




Mr. Wonderful

Mr. Wonderful is the second album by the blues-rock band, Fleetwood Mac, released in 1968. An expanded version of this album was included in the box set, The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions.

Tracks:

1. "Stop Messin' Round" (Adams, Green) – 2:22
2. "I've Lost My Baby" (Spencer) – 4:18
3. "Rollin' Man" (Adams, Green) – 2:54
4. "Dust My Broom" (James, Johnson) – 2:54
5. "Love That Burns" (Adams, Green) – 5:04
6. "Doctor Brown" (Brown, Glasco) – 3:48
7. "Need Your Love Tonight" (Spencer) – 3:29
8. "If You Be My Baby" (Adams, Green) – 3:54
9. "Evenin' Boogie" (Spencer) – 2:42
10. "Lazy Poker Blues" (Adams, Green) – 2:37
11. "Coming Home" (James) – 2:41
12. "Trying So Hard to Forget" (Adams, Green) – 4:47


Then Play On

Then Play On is the third studio album by blues-rock band Fleetwood Mac, first released in September 1969 (see 1969 in music). It was the first of their original albums to feature Danny Kirwan and the last with Peter Green. Jeremy Spencer did not feature on the album apart from "a couple of piano things" (according to Mick Fleetwood in Q magazine in 1990).

The album has been released with four different song lineups. The current CD lineup compiles all songs from the two US LP lineups, both of which were deviations from the original UK song order. This was the band's first release with Warner/Reprise after being lured away from Blue Horizon and a one-off with Immediate Records. Forty years on, Fleetwood Mac remain with Warner.

Tracks:

1. "Coming Your Way" (Kirwan) – 3:47
2. "Closing My Eyes" (Green) – 4:50
3. "Showbiz Blues" (Green) – 3:50
4. '"My Dream" (Kirwan) – 3:30
5. "Underway" (Green) – 2:51
6. "Oh Well" (Green) – 8:56
7. "Although the Sun Is Shining" (Kirwan) – 2:31
8. "Rattlesnake Shake" (Green) – 3:32
9. "Searching for Madge" (McVie) – 6:56
10. "Fighting for Madge" (Fleetwood) – 2:45 ("Like Crying" giggle still left here)
11. '"When You Say" (Kirwan) – 4:22
12. "Like Crying" (Kirwan) – 2:21
13. "Before the Beginning" (Green) – 3:28


Kiln House

Kiln House is an album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1970 (see 1970 in music). This is the first of the post-Peter Green Fleetwood Mac albums, and their last album to feature Jeremy Spencer. Christine McVie was present at the recording sessions and contributed backing vocals and cover art, although she was not a full member of the band until shortly after the album's completion.

Spencer's retro 50s homages and parodies dominate the album, but Danny Kirwan's more sincere songs are almost equally prominent. "Buddy's Song" is credited to Buddy Holly's mother, but is actually the song "Peggy Sue Got Married" with new lyrics listing a great many Buddy Holly song titles. An early version of Kirwan's instrumental "Earl Gray", entitled "Farewell", was later released on the compilation The Vaudeville Years.

Tracks:

1. "This Is the Rock" (Spencer) – 2:45
2. "Station Man" (Kirwan/Spencer/J McVie) – 5:49
3. "Blood on the Floor" (Spencer) – 2:44
4. "Hi Ho Silver" (Waller/Kirkeby) – 3:05
5. "Jewel Eyed Judy" (Kirwan/Fleetwood/J McVie) – 3:17
6. "Buddy's Song" (Buddy Holly) – 2:08
7. "Earl Gray" (Kirwan) – 4:01
8. "One Together" (Spencer) – 3:23
9. "Tell Me All the Things You Do" (Kirwan) – 4:10
10. "Mission Bell" (Hodges/Michael) – 2:32


Future Games

Future Games is a studio album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1971 (see 1971 in music). It was their first album with guitarist Bob Welch and the first to feature Christine McVie as a full member. With this album, the Mac take advantage of the arrival of Welch and McVie. Without the 1950s leanings of departed guitarist Jeremy Spencer, they move further away from blues and closer to the melodic pop sound that would finally break them in America four years later.

A heavily edited version of "Sands of Time" was an unsuccessful single in the United States. However, the album did get airplay on FM radio.

Tracks:

1. "Woman of 1000 Years" (Danny Kirwan) – 5:28
2. "Morning Rain" (Christine McVie) – 5:38
3. "What a Shame" (Bob Welch, Kirwan, C. McVie, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood) – 2:19
4. "Future Games" (Welch) – 8:18
5. "Sands of Time" (Kirwan) – 7:23
6. "Sometimes" (Kirwan) – 5:26
7. "Lay It All Down" (Welch) – 4:30
8. "Show Me a Smile" (C. McVie) – 3:20


Bare Trees

Bare Trees is a studio album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1972 (see 1972 in music). This is their last album to feature Danny Kirwan, who was fired during the tour to support this album. "Sentimental Lady" was later re-recorded by its composer Bob Welch (with Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Christine McVie, and Lindsey Buckingham backing him) for his solo album "French Kiss". The lyrics for Kirwan's composition "Dust" were taken from a poem by Rupert Brooke.[1]

"Thoughts on a Grey Day" is a poem read by an old lady named Mrs Scarrott, who lived near the band's communal home in southern England.

Tracks:

1. "Child of Mine" (Kirwan) – 5:09
2. "The Ghost" (Welch) – 3:58
3. "Homeward Bound" (C. McVie) – 3:20
4. "Sunny Side of Heaven" (Kirwan) – 3:10
5. "Bare Trees" (Kirwan) – 5:02
6. "Sentimental Lady" (Welch) – 4:35
7. "Danny's Chant" (Kirwan) – 3:16
8. "Spare Me a Little of Your Love" (C. McVie) – 3:44
9. "Dust" (Kirwan) – 2:41
10. "Thoughts on a Grey Day" (Scarrott) – 2:03


Penguin

Penguin is an album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1973 (see 1973 in music). Released in 1973, it was the first Fleetwood Mac album to feature Bob Weston and the only one to feature Dave Walker. The penguin is the mascot brought into the band by John McVie.

Tracks:

1. "Remember Me" (C. McVie) – 2:41
2. "Bright Fire" (Welch) – 4:31
3. "Dissatisfied" (C. McVie) – 3:41
4. "(I'm A) Road Runner" (Holland/Dozier/Holland) – 4:52
5. "The Derelict" (Walker) – 2:43
6. "Revelation" (Welch) – 4:55
7. "Did You Ever Love Me" (C. McVie/Welch) – 3:39
8. "Night Watch" (Welch) – 6:09
9. "Caught in the Rain" (Weston) – 2:35


Mystery to Me

Mystery to Me is a studio album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1973 (see 1973 in music). This was their last album to feature Bob Weston. Most of the songs were penned by guitarist/singer Bob Welch and keyboardist/singer Christine McVie, who were playing a major role in edging the band's sound towards the radio friendly pop/rock that would make them highly successful a few years later. Although it only sold moderately and produced no hit singles, "Hypnotized" did become an FM radio staple for many years.

Tracks:

1. "Emerald Eyes" (Bob Welch) – 3:37
2. "Believe Me" (Christine McVie) – 4:06
3. "Just Crazy Love" (C. McVie) – 3:22
4. "Hypnotized" (Welch) – 4:48
5. "Forever" (Bob Weston, John McVie, Welch) – 4:04
6. "Keep on Going" (Welch) – 4:04
7. "The City" (Welch) – 3:35
8. "Miles Away" (Welch) – 3:47
9. "Somebody" (Welch) – 5:00
10. "The Way I Feel" (C.McVie) – 2:46
11. "For Your Love" (Graham Gouldman) – 3:44
12. "Why" (C.McVie) – 4:56


Heros Are Hard to Find

Heroes Are Hard to Find is a studio album by British rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1974 (see 1974 in music). This is the last album with Bob Welch, who left at the end of 1974, and was replaced by Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. It was the first Fleetwood Mac studio album proper recorded in the US.

Tracks:

1. "Heroes Are Hard to Find" (McVie) – 3:35
2. "Coming Home" (Welch) – 3:52
3. "Angel" (Welch) – 3:55
4. "Bermuda Triangle" (Welch) – 4:08
5. "Come a Little Bit Closer" (McVie) – 4:45
6. "She's Changing Me" (Welch) – 2:58
7. "Bad Loser" (McVie) – 3:25
8. "Silver Heels" (Welch) – 3:25
9. "Prove Your Love" (McVie) – 3:57
10. "Born Enchanter" (Welch) – 2:54
11. "Safe Harbour" (Welch) – 2:32


Fleetwood Mac

Fleetwood Mac (sometimes referred to as The White Album) is an album released by the British/American band Fleetwood Mac in 1975. It was the band's second eponymous album; the first being their 1968 album.

The album peaked at number one on the Billboard charts, and set a record for most weeks on the chart before reaching the top position (broken in 1989, when Paula Abdul's Forever Your Girl took 64 weeks to reach #1). It sold 4.5 million copies and launched three Top Twenty singles: "Over My Head", "Rhiannon" and "Say You Love Me", the last two falling just short of the Top Ten, both at #11. This is also the first album to feature both Lindsey Buckingham as guitarist and Stevie Nicks as vocalist, after Bob Welch departed the band, late in 1974.

Until the release of this album, Fleetwood Mac's albums generally sold around a quarter million copies. This album helped launch them as musical superstars with an almost constant radio presence (which would be continued with their even more popular follow-up, Rumours). In 2003, the album was ranked number 181 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.[1]

Tracks:

1. "Monday Morning" (Buckingham) – 2:48
2. "Warm Ways" (C. McVie) – 3:54
3. "Blue Letter" (R. Curtis, M. Curtis) – 2:41
4. "Rhiannon" (Nicks) – 4:11
5. "Over My Head" (C. McVie) – 3:38
6. "Crystal" (Nicks) – 5:14
7. "Say You Love Me" (C. McVie) – 4:11
8. "Landslide" (Nicks) – 3:19
9. "World Turning" (Buckingham, C. McVie) – 4:25
10. "Sugar Daddy" (C. McVie) – 4:10
11. "I'm So Afraid" (Buckingham) – 4:22

2004 Re-issue

On March 24, 2004, Warner Bros. Records re-released the remastered album, with the following bonus tracks:

12. "Jam #2" (Buckingham, C. McVie, J. McVie, Fleetwood) – 5:41
13. "Say You Love Me" [single version] (C. McVie) – 4:03
14. "Rhiannon" [single version] (Nicks) – 3:48
15. "Over My Head" [single version] (C. McVie) – 3:09
16. "Blue Letter" [single version] (Curtis, Curtis) – 2:42


Rumours

Rumours is the thirteenth album by rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1977. It was the second album recorded with this line-up, following the successful self-titled Fleetwood Mac album in 1975. In December 1976, prior to the release of the album, Reprise released the single "Go Your Own Way". In 1978, Rumours won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. As of 2007 the album has sold more than 30 million copies[1], and is on the list of best-selling albums of all time. In addition, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked Rumours at #25 on its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

In the two years since the previous album, things had become rather difficult within the group. Mick Fleetwood separated from his wife Jenny. Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks, who were in a relationship when they joined the group, were separated, and John McVie and Christine McVie also separated, although all five remained in the band. This meant that, as Stevie Nicks later pointed out, long hours were spent and some very awkward times were had between people who would otherwise not be in each others' lives. Christine McVie later remarked that they were all writing about each other, hence the title of the album. They didn't realize this immediately, but finally realizing that they had created such a good album together lifted them out of their misery.

"Go Your Own Way" was believed by Nicks to be a gloomy reference to the break-up of their relationship, and she and Buckingham argued about it. "Dreams" was her attempt to be more optimistic. The song was the only U.S. number one hit for the group, and remains one of their best-known songs. "You Make Loving Fun" referred to an affair between Christine McVie and the group's lighting director. "Gold Dust Woman" was a reference to Stevie Nicks's own struggle with drugs. "Don't Stop" was written by Christine McVie after her divorce with John McVie, and it provided an optimistic outlook on their newly-separated lives.

"Oh Daddy" was almost certainly a reference to Mick Fleetwood, the spiritual father of the group who largely held it together, and the only member who was a parent at the time[citation needed]. Christine McVie described "Songbird" as "a little anthem" and said it was for "all of us". It took a long time to record because it had to be one continuous take.[citation needed] The final section of "The Chain" was written first, but at that point there wasn't a song for it to be the end of. Stevie Nicks had written that separately and, as she put it, "gave it to them". Lindsey Buckingham then had an idea about how it should begin and the first section was re-recorded. [2]

Rumours won a Grammy award in 1978 for Album of the Year for 1977, and spent 31 weeks at the top of the Billboard Music Charts, in spite of some critical panning for perceived pandering to mainstream tastes[citation needed]. In 2003, the album was certified by the RIAA for selling 19 million copies in the United States alone.

In 2001, the TV network VH1 placed it at number 16 on the list of the greatest albums of all time. In 2003, the album was ranked number 25 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.. In 2006, Q magazine readers voted Rumours the 68th greatest album of all time.

Tracks:

Second Hand News
Dreams
Never Going Back Again
Don’t Stop
Go Your Own Way
Songbird
The Chain
You Make Loving Fun
I Don’t Want to Know
Oh Daddy
Gold Dust Woman


Tusk

Tusk is a double album released in 1979 (see 1979 in music) by Fleetwood Mac. Considered somewhat experimental due to Lindsey Buckingham's apparent attempts to allow punk rock and New Wave influence into his work, Tusk did not achieve the level of success of its mega-hit predecessor, Rumours. However, it still went double-platinum in the U.S. (sales in excess of two million copies) and gave the group two top ten hit singles.

The unusual title track, "Tusk", featuring the University of Southern California's Spirit of Troy marching band, proved to be a hit, reaching both the US and UK Top 10. The accompanying promotional film was often played as a fill-in segment by Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) TV channels during the 1980s (the single had enjoyed its highest international chart placing in Australia, peaking at #3 in the singles charts).

The album was one of the first to employ digital mixing.

The project had apparently made some record executives nervous, not only for its million-dollar production budget, but the label had expected a similar formula to that which had made Rumours so successful. The luxurious packaging and product that resulted did top the UK album charts on 10 November 1979 and reached #4 in the US, and although a commercial success, the album failed to reach the heights of Rumours. Warner Bros attributed this to the record being "over produced" by Buckingham, making it less commercially viable.[citation needed] However, Fleetwood himself stated that matters were not helped by a major US radio station playing all 20 of the tracks in their entirety just prior to the album's release, thus allowing for home taping.[citation needed] A remastered and expanded version of the album (featuring 41 tracks) was released on a double CD in 2004. The first disc is the complete 20-track album (with the full length version of "Sara", which had been edited for the original CD release of the album due to running time constraints on earlier compact discs). The second disc features a collection of demo tracks, alternative cuts and other rarities from the time of the album. In 2002, the group Camper Van Beethoven made a cover album of Tusk, with the same songs more "Camper Van Beethoven-ized".

Tracks:

CD 1

1. "Over & Over" (Christine McVie) – 4:36
2. "The Ledge" (Lindsey Buckingham) – 2:02
3. "Think About Me" (McVie) – 2:44
4. "Save Me a Place" (Buckingham) – 2:40
5. "Sara" (Stevie Nicks) – 6:26
6. "What Makes You Think You're the One" (Buckingham) – 3:32
7. "Storms" (Nicks) – 5:29
8. "That's All for Everyone" (Buckingham) – 3:04
9. "Not That Funny" (Buckingham) – 3:13
10. "Sisters of the Moon" (Nicks) – 4:45
11. "Angel" (Nicks) – 4:53
12. "That's Enough for Me" (Buckingham) – 1:48
13. "Brown Eyes" (McVie) – 4:30
14. "Never Make Me Cry" (McVie) – 2:14
15. "I Know I'm Not Wrong" (Buckingham) – 3:02
16. "Honey Hi" (McVie) – 2:43
17. "Beautiful Child" (Nicks) – 5:23
18. "Walk a Thin Line" (Buckingham) – 3:48
19. "Tusk" (Buckingham) – 3:36
20. "Never Forget" (McVie) – 3:44

CD 2

1. One More Time (Over & Over)
2. Can't Walk Out Of Here (The Ledge)
3. Think About Me
4. Sara
5. Lindsey's Song #1 (I Know I'm Not Wrong)
6. Storms
7. Lindsey's Song #2 (That's All for Everyone)
8. Sisters of the Moon
9. Out on the Road (That's Enough for Me)
10. Brown Eyes
11. Never Make Me Cry
12. Song #1 (I Know I'm Not Wrong)
13. Honey Hi
14. Beautiful Child
15. Song #3 (Walk a Thin Line)
16. Come on Baby (Never Forget)
17. Song #1 (I Know I'm Not Wrong) [alternate]
18. Kiss and Run
19. Farmer's Daughter
20. Think About Me [single version]
21. Sister of the Moon [single version]


Mirage

Mirage is a 1982 album by Fleetwood Mac. Following a hiatus of over a year since the completion of the worldwide Tusk tour, the band then temporarily relocated to France to record the album, by which time both Nicks and Buckingham had each achieved solo success. Mirage spawned the hit singles "Hold Me" (which reached #4 on the U.S. Billboard pop charts and #3 on its rock charts), "Gypsy" (#12 pop, #4 rock), "Love in Store" (#22 pop), and "Oh Diane" which reached #9 in the UK.

The album topped the U.S. charts for five weeks. It also hit #5 in the UK, and #2 in Australia

Tracks:

1. "Love in Store" (McVie, Recor) – 3:14
2. "Can't Go Back" (Buckingham) – 2:42
3. "That's Alright" (Nicks) – 3:09
4. "Book of Love" (Buckingham, Dashut) – 3:21
5. "Gypsy" (Nicks) – 4:24
6. "Only Over You" (McVie) – 4:08
7. "Empire State" (Buckingham, Dashut) – 2:51
8. "Straight Back" (Nicks) – 4:17
9. "Hold Me" (McVie, Robbie Patton) – 3:44
10. "Oh Diane" (Buckingham, Dashut) – 2:33
11. "Eyes of the World" (Buckingham) – 3:44
12. "Wish You Were Here" (McVie, Allen) – 4:45


Tango in the Night

Tango in the Night is an album by the British-American band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1987. It spawned the singles "Big Love", "Everywhere", "Little Lies", "Seven Wonders", "Family Man" and "Isn't It Midnight". The album hit #1 in the UK three times between 1987 and 1988. This was the final studio album released by line-up of Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie, and Mick Fleetwood, though this line-up reconvened in 1997 for a tour and the live album The Dance.

The cover art for the album was a painting by Australian artist Brett-Livingstone Strong which was hanging in Buckingham's home, a homage to the 19th Century French painter Henri Rousseau, emulating his colourful jungle theme works such as The Snake Charmer and The Repast Of The Lion.

Tracks:

1. "Big Love" (Buckingham) – 3:37
2. "Seven Wonders" (Sandy Stewart, Nicks) – 3:38
3. "Everywhere" (C. McVie) – 3:41
4. "Caroline" (Buckingham) – 3:50
5. "Tango in the Night" (Buckingham) – 3:56
6. "Mystified" (C. McVie, Buckingham) – 3:06
7. "Little Lies" (C. McVie, Eddy Quintela) – 3:38
8. "Family Man" (Buckingham, Richard Dashut) – 4:01
9. "Welcome to the Room... Sara" (Nicks) – 3:37
10. "Isn't It Midnight" (C. McVie, Quintela, Buckingham) – 4:06
11. "When I See You Again" (Nicks) – 3:47
12. "You and I (Part 2)" (Buckingham, C. McVie) – 2:40


Behind The Mask

Behind the Mask is an album by British/American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1990. It was the first album released by the band after the departure of guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. He was replaced by Billy Burnette and Rick Vito, both guitar players, singers and songwriters.[citation needed] Fleetwood Mac thus became a six-piece band with four singer/songwriters. The album was not as successful as its predecessor, Tango in the Night, neither did it spawn any big hit singles (though "Save Me" and "Skies the Limit" did enjoy some airplay success), however, the album managed to peak in the higher places of the chart outside of the US, hitting the #1 spot in the UK.

The cover for the album was created by renowned photographer, Dave Gorton. He stated that the band did not wish to appear on the front cover of the album and Fleetwood himself suggested that he create an image that spiritually symbolised the band instead.[1] With this in mind, the album cover then becomes an extremely intriguing and prophetic allegory, with what is clearly the Nicks character standing apart and turning her back on the rest of the band.

Tracks:

1. "Skies the Limit" (Christine McVie, Eddy Quintela) – 3:45
2. "Love Is Dangerous" (Stevie Nicks, Rick Vito) – 3:18
3. "In the Back of My Mind" (Billy Burnette, David E. Malloy) – 7:02
4. "Do You Know" (C.McVie, Burnette) – 4:19
5. "Save Me" (C.McVie, Quintela) – 4:15
6. "Affairs of the Heart" (Nicks) – 4:22
7. "When the Sun Goes Down" (Burnette, Vito) – 3:18
8. "Behind the Mask" (McVie) – 4:18
9. "Stand on the Rock" (Vito) – 3:59
10. "Hard Feelings" (Burnette, Jeff Silbar) – 4:54
11. "Freedom" (Nicks, Mike Campbell) – 4:12
12. "When It Comes to Love" (Burnette, Simon Climie, Dennis Morgan) – 4:08
13. "The Second Time" (Nicks, Vito) – 2:31


Time

Time is an album by British/American rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music). This album featured a unique line-up for the band featuring the addition of former Traffic guitarist Dave Mason and country vocalist Bekka Bramlett, daughter of Delaney and Bonnie, to the line-up. It is the only Fleetwood Mac album since 1974 to feature neither Stevie Nicks nor Lindsey Buckingham as full band members. The band undertook a worldwide tour in support of the album from July to the end of December 1994, and again from April to September 1995.

Within a year this line-up had collapsed with Mason, Bramlett and Billy Burnette all leaving the band, but Bramlett and Burnette recorded the Bekka & Billy album together in 1997, the same year Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks rejoined Fleetwood Mac.

Tracks:

1. "Talkin' to My Heart" (Billy Burnette, Deborah Allen, Rafe VanHoy) – 4:54
2. "Hollywood (Some Other Kind of Town)" (Christine McVie, Eddy Quintela) – 5:43
3. "Blow by Blow" (Dave Mason, John Cesario, Mark Holden) – 4:24
4. "Winds of Change" (Kit Hain) – 4:26
5. "I Do" (McVie, Quintela) – 4:25
6. "Nothing Without You" (Delaney Bramlett, Doug Gilmore, Bekka Bramlett) – 3:06
7. "Dreamin' the Dream" (B. Bramlett, Burnette) – 3:43
8. "Sooner or Later" (McVie, Quintela) – 5:40
9. "I Wonder Why" (Dave Mason, Frankie Previte, Tom Fuler) – 4:28
10. "Nights in Estoril" (McVie, Quintela) – 4:45
11. "I Got It in for You" (Burnette, Deborah Allen) – 4:08
12. "All Over Again" (McVie, Quintela) – 3:32
13. "These Strange Times" (Mick Fleetwood, Ray Kennedy) – 7:04


Say You Will

Say You Will is an album by British/American band Fleetwood Mac, released in 2003. It was the first Fleetwood Mac album in over 30 years not to include tracks written by vocalist/keyboardist Christine McVie, who had left the group in 1998. Christine is featured as a background vocalist on three songs, which had been originally recorded for an unreleased Lindsey Buckingham solo album (tracks 2, 13 & 14).

Say You Will was the first Fleetwood Mac studio album to hit the Top 3 in the US since 1982's Mirage. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA in July 2003 for 500,000 copies sold in the US. As of January 2009, it had sold 858,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan. It has also been certified Gold in the UK for 100,000 copies sold.

A limited-edition version of this disc was issued at the same time, featuring two live tracks ( "Peacekeeper" and "Say You Will" ), two additional studio tracks ( Nicks' "Not Make Believe" and Buckingham's cover of Bob Dylan's "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" ), an expanded booklet and poster.

Tracks:

1. "What's the World Coming To" (Buckingham, Raymond) – 3:47
2. "Murrow Turning Over in His Grave" (Buckingham) – 4:11
3. "Illume (9/11)" (Nicks) – 4:50
4. "Thrown Down" (Nicks) – 4:02
5. "Miranda" (Buckingham) – 4:17
6. "Red Rover" (Buckingham) – 3:57
7. "Say You Will" (Nicks) – 3:47
8. "Peacekeeper" (Buckingham) – 4:10
9. "Come" (Buckingham, Heywood) – 5:59
10. "Smile at You" (Nicks) – 4:32
11. "Running Through the Garden" (Nicks, Kennedy, Nicholson) – 4:33
12. "Silver Girl" (Nicks) – 3:59
13. "Steal Your Heart Away" (Buckingham) – 3:33
14. "Bleed to Love Her" (Buckingham) – 4:05
15. "Everybody Finds Out" (Nicks, Richard Nowels) – 4:28
16. "Destiny Rules" (Nicks) – 4:26
17. "Say Goodbye" (Buckingham) – 3:24
18. "Goodbye Baby" (Nicks) – 3:50

Deluxe edition disc 2:

1. "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" (Bob Dylan) 4:21
2. "Not Make Believe" (Nicks) 4:30
3. "Peacekeeper" (Live) 4:17
4. "Say You Will" (Live) 3:51



LIVE



Live at the BBC 1967 - 1971

Live at the BBC is a 2CD album by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac, recorded at various BBC radio sessions between 1967 and 1971. It contains many tracks by Fleetwood Mac which are otherwise unavailable.

Tracks

Disc 1

1. "Rattlesnake Shake" (Green) - 1970
2. "Sandy Mary" (Green) - 1970
3. "I Believe My Time Ain't Long" (Johnson arr. Spencer) - 1967
4. "Although the Sun Is Shining" (Kirwan) - 1969
5. "Only You" (Kirwan) - 1970
6. "You Never Know What You're Missing" (Spencer) - 1969
7. "Oh Well" (Green) - 1969
8. "Can't Believe You Wanna Leave" (Price) - 1969
9. "Jenny Lee" (Spencer) - 1970
10. "Heavenly" (Unknown) - 1969
11. "When Will I Be Loved" (Everly) - 1970
12. "When I See My Baby" (Kirwan) - 1970
13. "Buddy's Song" (Holly) - 1970
14. "Honey Hush" (Turner) - 1970
15. "Preachin'" (Unknown) - 1971
16. "Jumping at Shadows" (Bennett) - 1969
17. "Preachin' Blues" (Johnson) - 1968
18. "Need Your Love So Bad" (John) - 1968

Disc 2

1. "Long Grey Mare" (Green) - 1967
2. "Sweet Home Chicago" (Johnson) - 1968
3. "Baby Please Set a Date" (McCoy) - 1967
4. "Blues with a Feeling" (Jacobs) - 1969
5. "Stop Messin' Round" (Green) - 1968
6. "Tallahassee Lassie" (Slay/Picariello/Crewe) - 1969
7. "Hang on to a Dream" (Hardin) - 1968
8. "Linda" (Spencer) - 1969
9. "Mean Mistreatin' Mama" (Carr) - 1968
10. "World Keeps Turning" (Green) - 1968
11. "I Can't Hold Out" (James) - 1968
12. "Early Morning Come" (Kirwan) - 1969
13. "Albatross" (Green) - 1968
14. "Looking for Somebody" (Green) - 1967
15. "A Fool No More" (Green) -
16. "Got To Move" (James/Seahorn) - 1967
17. "Like Crying Like Dying" (Kirwan) -
18. "Man of the World" (Green) - 1969



Live

Live is a double live album released by Fleetwood Mac in 1980. It was the first live album from the then-current line-up of the band, and the next would be The Dance from 1997. The album was certified gold (500,000 copies sold) by the RIAA in November, 1981.

Tracks:

Disc 1:

1. "Monday Morning" (Buckingham) – recorded at Tokyo – 3:51
2. "Say You Love Me" (McVie) – recorded at Wichita – 4:18
3. "Dreams" (Nicks) – recorded at Paris sound check – 4:18
4. "Oh Well" (Green) recorded at St. Louis – 3:23
5. "Over & Over" (McVie) – recorded at Oklahoma City – 5:01
6. "Sara" (Nicks) – recorded at St. Louis – 7:23
7. "Not That Funny" (Buckingham) – recorded at Cleveland – 9:04
8. "Never Going Back Again" (Buckingham) – recorded at Tucson – 4:13
9. "Landslide" (Nicks) – recorded at London – 4:33

Disc 2:

1. "Fireflies" (Nicks) – recorded at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for crew and friends – 4:37
2. "Over My Head" (McVie) – recorded at Kansas City – 3:27
3. "Rhiannon" (Nicks) recorded at London – 7:43
4. "Don't Let Me Down Again" (Buckingham) – recorded at Passaic – 3:57
5. "One More Night" (McVie) – recorded at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for crew and friends – 3:43
6. "Go Your Own Way" (Buckingham) – recorded at Cleveland – 5:44
7. "Don't Stop" (McVie) – recorded at Paris sound check – 4:05
8. "I'm So Afraid" (Buckingham) – recorded at Cleveland – 8:28
9. "The Farmer's Daughter" (Wilson, Love) – recorded at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium for crew and friends – 2:25



The Dance

The Dance is a live performance by the band Fleetwood Mac, released on CD and VHS in 1997, and later on DVD. It hailed the return of the band's most successful line-up (Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie and Stevie Nicks), who had not released an album together since 1987's Tango in the Night. 20 years on from their monumental bestselling album Rumours, The Dance renewed public interest in the band, which had by that time fallen into relative obscurity. It was also the first Fleetwood Mac release to top the US album charts since 1982's Mirage. This line-up (without Christine McVie) would later go on to record the 2003 studio album Say You Will. The concert was recorded for Fleetwood Mac's MTV Special "The Dance" at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California on May 23, 1997, and features the University of Southern California Marching Band who perform on the tracks "Tusk" (having played on the original studio recording) and "Don't Stop".

Although predominantly a live greatest hits package, The Dance also features new material written by each of the primary songwriting members of the band (two from Buckingham) as well as popular album tracks. It is notable that no tracks from the US #1 Mirage album, such as Hold Me and Gypsy, were included on the CD, although "Gypsy" is included in the video versions, however it is available as a special edition single along with Gold Dust Woman on iTunes. Little Lies, one of the band's biggest hits, is absent as well.

Debuting at #1 in the Billboard 200, The Dance became the 5th best-selling live album of all time in the United States, with over 5 million copies sold there.


Tracks:

1. "The Chain" (Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie, Stevie Nicks) – 5:11
2. "Dreams" (Nicks) – 4:39
3. "Everywhere" (C.McVie) – 3:28
4. "Rhiannon" (Nicks) – 6:48
5. "I'm So Afraid" (Buckingham) – 7:45
6. "Temporary One" (C.McVie, Quintela) – 4:00
7. "Bleed to Love Her" (Buckingham) – 3:27
8. "Big Love" (Buckingham) – 3:06
9. "Landslide" (Nicks) – 4:28
10. "Say You Love Me" (C.McVie) – 5:00
11. "My Little Demon" (Buckingham) – 3:33
12. "Silver Springs" (Nicks) – 5:41
13. "You Make Loving Fun" (C.McVie) – 3:50
14. "Sweet Girl" (Nicks) – 3:19
15. "Go Your Own Way", (Buckingham) – 5:00
16. "Tusk" (Buckingham) – 4:22
17. "Don't Stop" (C.McVie) – 5:31





GREATEST HITS



Greatest Hits 1971

This was the first greatest hits package from the rock band Fleetwood Mac, covering the period from the band's beginning in 1968 through 1971, in its original incarnation led by guitarist Peter Green. Part of the second British blues boom of the late 1960s, Fleetwood Mac enjoyed several hit singles in the United Kingdom, collated here for this album issued on CBS Records only in the U.K., but available in the United States as an import.

The single "Black Magic Woman" received exposure in the U.S. via a cover by the San Francisco group Santana, who placed their version in the Billboard Top 40. Long out of print, it has been replaced on compact disc by the 2002 compilation The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac on the Sony International label, which now owns the Columbia/CBS catalogue.

A very similar release with the same title and same cover was released by Sony BMG in 1989, but consisted of the tracks from The Pious Bird of Good Omen plus "Shake Your Moneymaker" and "Love That Burns".

A full size photo of the post-Green line up of the band with Christine McVie (née Perfect) is shown in the gatefold, even though she just plays piano on a couple tracks and wasn't a full-fledged member until after Kiln House was released.

"The Green Manalishi", "Oh, Well", "Rattlesnake Shake", and "Dragonfly" were licenced from Warner (then Kinney), "Man of the World" from Immediate, and the others were on Blue Horizon originally.

Tracks:

1. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown) (Peter Green) - 4:36
2. Oh Well, Part 1 (Peter Green) - 3:29
3. Oh Well, Part 2 (Peter Green) - 5:39
4. Shake Your Moneymaker (Elmore James)
5. Need Your Love So Bad (Little Willie John) - 3:53
6. Rattlesnake Shake (Peter Green) - 3:29
7. Dragonfly (Danny Kirwan) - 2:42
8. Black Magic Woman (Peter Green) - 2:54
9. Albatross (Peter Green) - 3:08
10. Man of the World (Peter Green) - 2:51
11. Stop Messin' Round (Peter Green, C.G. Adams) - 2:19
12. Love That Burns (Peter Green, C.G. Adams) - 5:02




Greatest Hits 1988

Greatest Hits is a 1988 compilation album by British-American band Fleetwood Mac. It covers the period of the band's greatest commercial success, from the mid 1970s to the late 1980s.

It should not be confused with a 1971 release by the Peter Green incarnation of the band, also entitled "Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits", but containing an entirely different tracklisting. The album in fact omits anything before 1975 including one of their biggest hits "Albatross".

The album has proven to be a major success since the time of its release. Although it only peaked at #14 in the US album chart, it sold steadily and has to date sold in excess of 8 million copies there. In the UK it reached #3 upon release, but has returned several times to the UK album chart - as recently as October 2006 (re-entering at #24).

The album contains two new tracks, "As Long As You Follow" (which was released as a single to promote the album), and "No Questions Asked". The track listing for the US release differs slightly from that of other territories. It includes the 1975 track "Over My Head" but omits the 1987 track "Seven Wonders" (despite it being a top 20 hit in the US) as well as the 1982 track "Oh Diane" (which was never released as a single there at all).

A number of sources state that this album was the last to be commercially released as an 8 track tape by a major label.[1]

Tracks:

1. "Rhiannon" (Nicks) – 4:11
2. "Don't Stop" (McVie) – 3:12
3. "Go Your Own Way" (Buckingham) – 3:38
4. "Hold Me" (McVie, Patton) – 3:45
5. "Everywhere" (McVie) – 3:42
6. "Gypsy" (Nicks) – 4:24
7. "You Make Loving Fun" (McVie) – 3:31
8. "As Long as You Follow" (McVie) – 4:10*
9. "Dreams" (Nicks) – 4:14
10. "Say You Love Me" (McVie) – 4:10
11. "Tusk" (Buckingham) – 3:30
12. "Little Lies" (McVie, Quintela) – 3:38
13. "Sara" (Nicks) – 6:22
14. "Big Love" (Buckingham) – 3:38
15. "Over My Head" (McVie) – 3:34
16. "No Questions Asked" (Nicks) – 4:40*



25 Years: The Chain

25 Years - The Chain is a compilation album (boxed set) by British-American band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1992. It consists of four CDs, covering the entire history of the band from its formation in 1967, up to 1992. The set features several previously unreleased tracks, and new remixes of familiar songs.

A condensed 2 CD version of the compilation was also available (see below). The new track "Love Shines" was released as a single in the UK, whereas the track "Paper Doll" was released in the US.

Tracks:

CD 1

1. "Paper Doll" [Previously Unreleased] (Nicks/Vito/Herron)
2. "Love Shines" [Previously Unreleased] (C McVie/Quintela)
3. "Stand Back" [Live] (Nicks)
4. "Crystal" (Nicks)
5. "Isn't It Midnight" [Alternate Mix] (C McVie/Quintela/Buckingham)
6. "Big Love" (Buckingham)
7. "Everywhere" (C McVie)
8. "Affairs of the Heart" (Nicks)
9. "Heart of Stone" [Previously Unreleased] (C McVie/Quintela)
10. "Sara" (Nicks)
11. "That's All for Everyone" (Buckingham)
12. "Over My Head" (C McVie)
13. "Little Lies" (C McVie/Quintela)
14. "Eyes of the World" (Buckingham)
15. "Oh Diane" (Buckingham/Dashut)
16. "In the Back of My Mind" (Burnette/Malloy)
17. "Make Me a Mask" [Previously Unreleased] (Buckingham)

CD 2

1. "Save Me" (C McVie/Quintela)
2. "Goodbye Angel" [Mirage Outtake] (Buckingham)
3. "Silver Springs" [1976 B-Side] (Nicks)
4. "What Makes You Think You're the One" (Buckingham)
5. "Think About Me" (C McVie)
6. "Gypsy" [Alternate Unedited Version] (Nicks)
7. "You Make Loving Fun" (C McVie)
8. "Second Hand News" [Alternate Mix] (Buckingham)
9. "Love In Store" [Alternate Mix] (C McVie/Recor)
10. "The Chain" [Alternate Mix] (Buckingham/Fleetwood/C McVie/J McVie/Nicks)
11. "Teen Beat" [Live] (Buckingham/Dashut)
12. "Dreams" [Alternate Mix] (Nicks)
13. "Only Over You" (C McVie)
14. "I'm So Afraid" [Live] (Buckingham)
15. "Love Is Dangerous" (Vito/Nicks)
16. "Gold Dust Woman" [Alternate Mix] (Nicks)
17. "Not That Funny" [Live] (Buckingham)

CD 3

1. "Warm Ways" (C McVie)
2. "Say You Love Me" (C McVie)
3. "Don't Stop" (C McVie)
4. "Rhiannon" (Nicks)
5. "Walk a Thin Line" (Buckingham)
6. "Storms" (Nicks)
7. "Go Your Own Way" (Buckingham)
8. "Sisters of the Moon" (Nicks)
9. "Monday Morning" [Live] (Buckingham)
10. "Landslide" (Nicks)
11. "Hypnotized" (Welch)
12. "Lay It All Down" [Alternate Mix] (Welch)
13. "Angel" [Alternate Mix] (Nicks)
14. "Beautiful Child" [Alternate Mix] (Nicks)
15. "Brown Eyes" (C McVie)
16. "Save Me a Place" (Buckingham)
17. "Tusk" [Alternate Mix] (Buckingham)
18. "Never Going Back Again" (Buckingham)
19. "Songbird" (C McVie)

CD 4

1. "I Believe My Time Ain't Long" (Spencer)
2. "Need Your Love So Bad" (John)
3. "Rattlesnake Shake" (Green)
4. "Oh Well, Pt. 1" [Original Mono Version] (Green)
5. "Stop Messin' Round" (Green/Adams)
6. "The Green Manalishi" (Green)
7. "Albatross" (Green)
8. "Man of the World" (Green)
9. "Love That Burns" (Green/Adams)
10. "Black Magic Woman" (Green)
11. "Watch Out" (Green)
12. "String-A-Long" [Jeremy Spencer solo song] (Duncan/Doyle)
13. "Station Man" (Kirwan/Spencer/J McVie)
14. "Did You Ever Love Me" (C McVie/Welch)
15. "Sentimental Lady" (Welch)
16. "Come a Little Bit Closer" (C McVie)
17. "Heroes are Hard to Find" (C McVie)
18. "Trinity" [Bare Trees Outtake] (Kirwan)
19. "Why" (C McVie)




The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac


The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac is an enhanced compilation album released by rock band Fleetwood Mac in 2002 to promote their then-upcoming album Say You Will (2003). It was released as a double album in the USA, and as a single disc in the United Kingdom. It debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart at number 12 on November 2, 2002. It spent 42 weeks on the chart. It was certified gold on November 12, 2002, and platinum on January 10, 2003, by the RIAA.

The USA version contained the successful era of Fleetwood Mac's work (1975 onwards). It also featured the previously unreleased, "Silver Springs", The Dance performance of "Go Insane", and the enhanced section contained rare live performances, interviews, music videos and footage of the band making their next album.

The UK version was not enhanced, but contained a few songs from the Peter Green-led blues era of Fleetwood Mac.

Tracks – UK Version

1. "Go Your Own Way" (Lindsey Buckingham)
2. "Don't Stop" (Christine McVie)
3. "Dreams" (Stevie Nicks)
4. "Little Lies" (C. McVie, Eddy Quintela)
5. "Everywhere" (C. McVie)
6. "Albatross" (Peter Green)
7. "You Make Loving Fun" (C. McVie)
8. "Rhiannon" (Nicks)
9. "Black Magic Woman" (Green)
10. "Tusk" (Buckingham)
11. "Say You Love Me" (C. McVie)
12. "Man of the World" (Green)
13. "Seven Wonders" (Sandy Stewart, Nicks)
14. "Family Man" (Buckingham, Richard Dashut)
15. "Sara" (Nicks)
16. "Monday Morning" (Buckingham)
17. "Gypsy" (Nicks)
18. "Over My Head" (C. McVie)
19. "Landslide" (Nicks)
20. "The Chain" (Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, C. McVie, John McVie, Nicks)
21. "Big Love (Live, 1997)" (Buckingham)





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