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lol, best song ever
Big Love, Little Lies, Everywhere, Seven Wonders, Family Man, Isn't It Midnight = ALL AMAZING.
Tango in The Night > Rumours
7 minute version.
Fave song ever.
1st lp, Mr Wonderful, Pious Bird, Then Play On, Kiln House
Peter Green & Jeremy Spencer & Danny Kirwan
Man Of The World
Oh Well pt 1
But this has never really done much for me. I never even knew it was them until I was an adult, thought this was by the same girl who did Sunshine on a Rainy Day.
not disagreeing, but there were definite degrees of crapness.
there are s/t, rumours and to some extent tusk, and then there's mirage onwards....
I just wanted the Hiyooo, I think Fleetwood are pretty alreet.
is the one. Magnificent.
Seriously, Rumours to Tango In The Night is one of the best runs of albums ever.
cause my main exposure to them was a battered old 'best of' tape me and my old housemates found in our house.
I seem to know it off by heart despite having not even known it was by fleetwood mac. Don't really know enough about them to offer an opinion on whether they went shit or whatever. Might dig out a best-of or something.
I can't stand them and all of a sudden they're bloody everywhere (ha). I don't think I'd heard a Fleetwood Mac song knowingly before about 2 years ago. Those were the days.
Back in 1987, Tango in the Night was (rightly) seen as pretty much the nadir of commercial, bland AOR radio 2 fodder, yet today seems like nearly every time I go to check out some hotly-tipped DiS/P4K flavour of the month band on YouTube, they've clearly worn out several copies of it. Very, very bizarre. Who's next kids, Level 42?
Must have belonged to my mum or something. I gave it a listen but couldn't help feeling anything other than :-(
I think Stevie Nicks ruins it for me. Her voice really grates. Plus the super shiny slick production does absolutely nothing for me. Hm.
cos they obviously read this thread
What shall be heard next? You tell me
I'm so on trend
Must have been about 6. So my opinion is entirely biased.
I must've heard Little Lies about four hundred thousand times growing up on local commercial radio, but I had no idea it was a Fleetwood Mac song until last summer 'cause the only album I have is Rumours.
bit weird when that happens, isn't it?
that Lindsey was the bloke and Stevie was the woman.