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Old 05-21-2024, 04:42 PM
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I like ALL Christineís songs. All of them. Not a single dud. Her lowest are still 7/10
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Not the whole forum. I like Why but don't love it. There is no logic in musical tastes. Many people don't like One More Night. I adore it. I like One More Night, Over and Over far more than Why. There are lot of examples of songs I like that many ledgies don't. And vice versa.
Well, take your book and my lube and XX XXXX XXXXXXXX!

I don't hate Wassamatta, Family Man, or Sugar Daddy.
In fact, Sugar Daddy is the greatest, FUNKIEST, FM song of all time.

And Why is one of the best songs they ever recorded.
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Well, take your book and my lube and XX XXXX XXXXXXXX!

I don't hate Wassamatta, Family Man, or Sugar Daddy.
In fact, Sugar Daddy is the greatest, FUNKIEST, FM song of all time.

And Why is one of the best songs they ever recorded.
I am out of lube, it was a crazy weekend. Please send me more by DHL.

And just in case my point has nothing to do with defining the best songs. I am not a professional musician so I can't comment about songs technical aspects. I meant about the songs I LIKE the most. Two completely different things.
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Old 05-22-2024, 10:22 AM
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I am out of lube, it was a crazy weekend. Please send me more by DHL.

And just in case my point has nothing to do with defining the best songs. I am not a professional musician so I can't comment about songs technical aspects. I meant about the songs I LIKE the most. Two completely different things.
Spit will do in a pinch.

Why is just the feeling of the song. The sadness of the lyrics. The buildup towards the end. All of it. Perfection.
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Old 06-04-2024, 04:01 PM
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The first ever released 'The Best Of Fleetwood Mac' had The Purple Dancer included (their greatest song ever).
This new release has not...

Can someone tell me 'Why'?

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Old 06-04-2024, 04:10 PM
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Hey hey!
Rhino just announced the release of a 'new' FM Best of 1969-1974, to be out on July 26th. I think it's nothing very 'new' as we had the release of Fleetwood Mac 1969-1974 in 2020, but that was about the albums from that period.

You can read more here!

https://www.fleetwoodmacnews.com/202...1969-1974.html
The usual FM sloppiness is already present: the CD track listing claims that 'The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)' comes from 'Then Play On 1969'.

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PS: yes, I know about the 2013 remaster...
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Old 06-05-2024, 08:48 AM
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I like ALL Christineís songs. All of them. Not a single dud. Her lowest are still 7/10
Agreed! She was a quiet powerhouse of a musician and composer.
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