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#26
Love Rumours, so I am a fan I guess.
Chrstine McVie wrote some absolute drivel though.
" Oh Daddy" is just very creepy, awful awful song that stops Rumours getting a 10/10 for mine.
However "Oh Daddy" is not so bad in comparison to " Sugar Daddy" on the self titled album. It is VERY VERY cringeworthy. Fascinating that two terrible tracks made it through to the albums along with all the other gold. Yet " Silver Springs" for example gets cut from Rumours. Hmmm,band politics.
Youre so very wrong about Christine McVie's contributions to Rumours.
 

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Really like this live version of "everywhere"..., i really like Stevie's backing vocals on it.

You know a band is good when they can tap into the imagination of what a fan might want to hear from the live arrangement and actually think of it themselves and play it that way!!

 
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#33
Exceptional

"Go Your Own Way" and "The Chain" from Rumours and then "Little Lies" and "Everywhere" from Tango In The Night are some of the greatest songs of all time.

"Warm Ways" off Fleetwood Mac and "Tusk" off Tusk are also great.

From the early years "Albatross" and "Man of the World" have class.
 

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I adore the Tusk album. "Sara" is their greatest moment, but "That's All For Everyone" I also love dearly. Such a stunning album. When I was into my second year of grieving my brother, that album was on constant rotation, just suits this time of year with wintry nights and red wine coming into season.

As a kid listening to parent's greatest hits, Albatross and Little Lies were closest to my heart, but I do recall a Family Man phase when I hit my 20s. Everywhere never gets old.
 
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