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Old 03-16-2017, 09:46 PM
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Originally Posted by SteveMacD View Post
It's been that way for me since "Behind the Mask" came out. It was obvious to me back then that she wasn't making Fleetwood Mac a major priority as far as albums go (how she didn't do "Whole Lotta Trouble" with four of the best blues musicians is beyond me). And, I still kind of feel that way. Her Mac songs between 1975-82 were all classics, and most of her Mac songs 1987 onward range between unlistenable to very good.

Judge for yourself:

Rhiannon
Crystal
Landslide
Dreams
I Don't Want To Know
Gold Dust Woman
Silver Springs
Sara
Storms
Sisters of the Moon
Angel
Beautiful Child
Fireflies
That's Alright
Gypsy
Straight Back
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Seven Wonders
Welcome to the Room . . . Sara
What I See You Again
No Questions Asked
Love Is Dangerous
Affairs of the Heart
Freedom
The Second Time
Paper Doll
Twisted
Sweet Girl
Illume (911)
Thrown Down
Say You Will
Smile At You
Running Through the Garden
Silver Girl
Everybody Finds Out
Destiny Rules
Goodbye Baby
Not Make Believe
Without You
Oh my God... You're right!!!! just by comparison. .

To take you a step further.. Her solo career does the same thing.
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