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While most bands undergo a number of changes over the course of their careers, few groups experienced such radical stylistic changes as Fleetwood Mac. Initially conceived as a hard-edged British blues combo in the late '60s, the band gradually evolved into a polished pop/rock act over the course of a decade. Throughout all of their incarnations, the only consistent members of Fleetwood Mac ... Read more in Amazon's Fleetwood Mac Store

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  • Audio CD (March 23, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 1975
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B00009RAJH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,832 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Monday Morning
2. Warm Ways
3. Blue Letter
4. Rhiannon
5. Over My Head
6. Crystal
7. Say You Love Me
8. Landslide
9. World Turning
10. Sugar Daddy
11. I'm So Afraid
12. Jam #2
13. Say You Love Me (Single Version)
14. Rhiannon (Will You Ever Win) (Single Version)
15. Over My Head (Single Version)
16. Blue Letter (Single Version)

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Their first album with Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham went #1 in 1975, and it's here with bonus single versions of Blue Letter; Say You Love Me; Rhiannon , and Over My Head !

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Given their monumental legacy, it's hard to imagine that the so-called "classic edition" of Fleetwood Mac essentially came together casually over chips and margaritas at an L.A. eatery; the then-obscure duo of Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks (whose own mid-'70s debut album had initially gone almost straight to the cut-out bins) became the crucial axis of the legendary band without so much as a formal audition. As the eponymous title suggests, the 1975 Mac realignment seems like a fresh start, though tracks like Christine McVie's smooth-jazz inflected "Warm Ways" hearken back to the Bob Welch/Bare Trees/Heroes Are Hard to Find era. But it's Buckingham's compelling, updated take on '60s California folk-pop, informed by the mystique of Nicks's proto-New Age song-sorceress presumptions, that breathed new life into the veteran, chameleonic band on now-familiar songs like "Monday Morning" and "Rhiannon." His chemistry with McVie is no less powerful, yielding such Mac staples as their collaboration "World Turning" and suffusing her "Over My Head" with nervous, insistent guitar rhythms. This deluxe, remastered edition features the significantly different single mixes of "Say You Love Me," "Rhiannon," "Over My Head," and "Blue Letter" (the latter previously unissued), as well as the moody, also unreleased studio workout "Jam #2." Parke Puterbaugh's newly penned liner notes offer concise, thoughtful insights into the genesis of one of rock's greatest, if most unlikely, rebirths. --Jerry McCulley

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Many of the other songs from both albums continue to get good play as well.
Loren
The sound quality is excellent due to remastering and far surpasses the older version.
highway_star
This is the first Fleetwood Mac album to feature Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
Doug (frozen100@hotmail.com)

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94 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Odysseus on January 3, 2006
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It might help to emphasize the greatness of this record by noting that I'm the last person on the world who should love it; my genres are classical, jazz, and to the extent that I enjoy pop/rock, my tastes go in the opposite direction from the folk-influenced pop that Fleetwood Mac did well. If you buy a Fleetwood Mac album on Amazon (as I've discovered), the buying recommendations that start coming to you include James Taylor, the Eagles, Carly Simon, etc. Completely not my thing.

But hoo boy, is this a great record. It deserves to be considered one of the all-time rock/pop classics, and in my opinion is greater than its heralded follow-up, Rumours.

I base that on a view that the songs on this record are 1) just as catchy and infectious, but also 2) possessed of much greater emotional depth.

Consider first Stevie Nicks's timeless "Landslide," a poetic, haunting, acoustic jewel. I don't know why this song doesn't routinely come up atop those "all time 100 greatest songs" lists, but it really deserves to. It's hard to imagine a song that more beautifully captures the emotions it sings about: big life changes, relationship dissolution, feeling uncertain and scared, and trying to find the courage to move forward.

Immediately before "Landslide" on the record is another classic, Christine McVie's "Say You Love Me." It's basically a toe-tapping number good for singing along, but there's a subtext of poignancy to it that I've never been able to put my finger on. The lyrics don't really try to be profound. But there's something about the way McVie, Buckingham and Nicks sing the choruses together, especially in combination with the roving bass, and especially in the fadeout.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By highway_star on April 2, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Released in 1975, Fleetwood Mac's self titled album was a complete change for the british blues rock group. With the addition of singer/songwriters Lindsey Buckingham and his girlfriend Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac had their most successful album in years. No longer a blues rock group, they were now pop rock and the album "Fleetwood Mac" spawned three major hits in "Rhiannon", "Over My Haed" and "Say You Love Me". The album as a whole featured some excellent well written songs such as "Monday Morning", "Landslide", "Blue Letter", "World Turning" and the above mentioned hits. Also, included on this newly remastered cd are five bonus tracks "Jam #2" (a five and a half minute instrumental which features Christine McVie's keyboards and Lindsey Buckingham's guitars), "Say You Love Me" (Single Version) (This version is harder rocking than it's album version), "Rhiannon" (Single Version), "Over My Head" (Single Version), and "Blue Letter" (Single Version). The sound quality is excellent due to remastering and far surpasses the older version. If you enjoy listening to seventy's rock then you'll love this cd.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 14, 2004
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When Fleetwood Mac was formed in the late 60's, they were a hardcore blues band. After Peter Green left and with the additions of Christine McVie & Bob Welch, they shifted away from blues music towards a more pop sound. In 1975, Bob Welch left the group and Mick Fleetwood enlisted an unknown duo of Lindsey Buckingham & Stevie Nicks in the band. The result is of course music history. This is the first effort by the new lineup and it is an excellent collection of songs. Lindsey Buckingham has one of the best ears in music and his hands are all over the album. From the album's opener "Monday Morning" and his own "Blue Letter" and the slow burning "World Turning" to Christine McVie's "Say You Love Me" and "Sugar Daddy", his presence is felt. "Crystal" is great song taken from the Buckingham-Nicks album and shows how well the band's voices meld together. Stevie Nicks carved out her witch persona with the ethereal and moody "Rhiannon". She also contributes one of most hauntingly beautiful songs ever recorded, "Landslide". Through constant touring and radio airplay, the album slowly climbed the charts and in its 53rd week on the charts, it finally reached number one. This album set the stage for one of the biggest albums in history, Rumours. While not as popular as that album, this album is it's equal in quality and sound. The extra tracks on this release do not really bring much to the table as they are just the edits of the singles from the album.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 15, 2000
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When Fleetwood Mac was formed in the late 60's, they were a hardcore blues band. After Peter Green left and with the additions of Christine McVie & Bob Welch, they shifted away from blues music towards a more pop sound. In 1975, Bob Welch left the group and Mick Fleetwood enlisted an unknown duo of Lindsey Buckingham & Stevie Nicks in the band. The result is of course music history. This is the first effort by the new lineup and it is an excellent collection of songs. Lindsey Buckingham has one of the best ears in music and his hands are all over the album. From the album's opener "Monday Morning" and his own "Blue Letter" and the slow burning "World Turning" to Christine McVie's "Say You Love Me" and "Sugar Daddy", his presence is felt. "Crystal" is great song taken from the Buckingham-Nicks album and shows how well the band's voices meld together. Stevie Nicks carved out her witch persona with the ethereal and moody "Rhiannon". She also contributes one of most hauntingly beautiful songs ever recorded, "Landslide". Through constant touring and radio airplay, the album slowly climbed the charts and in its 53rd week on the charts, it finally reached number one. This album set the stage for one of the biggest albums in history, Rumours. While not as popular as that album, this album is it's equal in quality and sound.
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