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Old 03-17-2019, 10:33 AM
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My first time posting on the ledge for a while. 4 pages in i dont see the top 50 listed, thought this thread might be discussing it. I have the magazine and can post if needed? Haven't seen it listed on another thread. Let me know.
yes, please post. nobody here had access to the issue yet.

more interested in interviews with Mick and Christine, than top 50 - but whatever you can post will be highly appreciated!
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Old 03-17-2019, 10:36 AM
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i have Mojo app to download the issue, but the last one available i see is still April with Keith Richards.
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Old 03-17-2019, 11:47 AM
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yes, please post. nobody here had access to the issue yet.

more interested in interviews with Mick and Christine, than top 50 - but whatever you can post will be highly appreciated!
Gimme 10/15 mins and i'll post
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Old 03-17-2019, 12:01 PM
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50. These Strange Times (Time 1995)
49. Dust My Broom (Mr Wonderful 1968)
48. Whats The World Coming To (from Say You Will 2003)
47. Bare Trees (Bare Trees 1972)
46. Welcome To The Room....Sara (Tango in the night 1987)
45. Monday Morning (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
44. Remember Me (Penguin 1973)
43. Emerald Eyes (Mystery To Me 1973)
42. What Makes You Think You're The One (Tusk 1979)
41. Everywhere (Tango In The Night 1987)
40. Sombody's Gionna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite (B Side 1969)
39. It Takes Time (Extended Play 2013)
38. Drifting (The Original Fleetwood Mac 1971)
37. I Don't Want To Know (Rumours 1977)
36. Woman of 1000 Years (Future Games 1971)
35. Silver Springs (B Side 1976)
34. Over and Over (Live 1980)
33. Future Games (Future Games 1971)
32. Gold Dust Woman (Rumours 1977)
31. Coming Your Way (Then Play On 1969)
30. Tango In The Night (Tango in the night 1987)
29. Landslide (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
28. Show-Biz Blues (Then Play On 1969)
27. Never Going Back Again (Rumours 1977)
26. Songbird (Rumours 1977)
25. Love That Burns (Mr Wonderful 1968)
24. Sara (3/10/79) (Tusk Deluxe Version 2015)
23. Closing My Eyes (Then Play On 1969)
22. Little Lies (Tango in the night 1987)
21. Hypnotised (Mystery To Me 1973)
20. Tusk (Tusk 1979)
19. Gypsy (Mirage 1982)
18. Shake Your Moneymaker (Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac 1968)
17. Big Love (Tango In The Night 1987)
16. Tell Me All The Things You Do (Kiln House 1970)
15. Say You Love Me (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
14. Rattlesnake Shake (Then Play On 1969)
13. You Make Loving Fun (Rumours 1977)
12. Dragonfly (single 1971)
11. Need Your Love So Bad (single 1968)
10. Rhiannon (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
9. Black Magic Woman (single 1968)
8. The Chain (Rumours 1977)
7. Oh Well Part 1 (single 1969)
6. Albatross (single 1968)
5. Don't Stop (Rumours 1977)
4. Man Of The World (single 1969)
3. Go Your Own Way (Rumours 1977)
2. The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown) (single 1970)
1. Dreams (Rumours 1977)
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Old 03-17-2019, 12:04 PM
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Not everyone will agree with the list but for me its not too bad. Not sure id 100% agree with the number 1 but I am impressed that Drifting makes the list. I'd have Woman of 1000 Years higher (swap places for Dragonfly at number 12 for me.) But overall not too bad I thought.

I thought Go Your Own Way would be number 1 to be honest. But I'm happy to go with Dreams.
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Old 03-17-2019, 12:09 PM
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some very unexpected choices, i have to say!

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50. These Strange Times (Time 1995)
49. Dust My Broom (Mr Wonderful 1968)
48. Whats The World Coming To (from Say You Will 2003)
47. Bare Trees (Bare Trees 1972)
46. Welcome To The Room....Sara (Tango in the night 1987)
45. Monday Morning (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
44. Remember Me (Penguin 1973)
43. Emerald Eyes (Mystery To Me 1973)
42. What Makes You Think You're The One (Tusk 1979)
41. Everywhere (Tango In The Night 1987)
40. Sombody's Gionna Get Their Head Kicked In Tonite (B Side 1969)
39. It Takes Time (Extended Play 2013)!!!!!!!!!!!! (Extended Play 2013)
38. Drifting (The Original Fleetwood Mac 1971)
37. I Don't Want To Know (Rumours 1977)
36. Woman of 1000 Years (Future Games 1971)
35. Silver Springs (B Side 1976)
34. Over and Over (Live 1980)
33. Future Games (Future Games 1971)
32. Gold Dust Woman (Rumours 1977)
31. Coming Your Way (Then Play On 1969)
30. Tango In The Night (Tango in the night 1987)
29. Landslide (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
28. Show-Biz Blues (Then Play On 1969)
27. Never Going Back Again (Rumours 1977)
26. Songbird (Rumours 1977)
25. Love That Burns (Mr Wonderful 1968)
24. Sara (3/10/79) (Tusk Deluxe Version 2015)
23. Closing My Eyes (Then Play On 1969)
22. Little Lies (Tango in the night 1987)
21. Hypnotised (Mystery To Me 1973)
20. Tusk (Tusk 1979)
19. Gypsy (Mirage 1982)
18. Shake Your Moneymaker (Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac 1968)
17. Big Love (Tango In The Night 1987)
16. Tell Me All The Things You Do (Kiln House 1970)
15. Say You Love Me (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
14. Rattlesnake Shake (Then Play On 1969)
13. You Make Loving Fun (Rumours 1977)
12. Dragonfly (single 1971)
11. Need Your Love So Bad (single 1968)
10. Rhiannon (Fleetwood Mac 1975)
9. Black Magic Woman (single 1968)
8. The Chain (Rumours 1977)
7. Oh Well Part 1 (single 1969)
6. Albatross (single 1968)
5. Don't Stop (Rumours 1977)
4. Man Of The World (single 1969)
3. Go Your Own Way (Rumours 1977)
2. The Green Manalishi (With The Two Pronged Crown) (single 1970)
1. Dreams (Rumours 1977)
also, Landslide way low, Go Your Own Way is generally FM highest ranked song on any other list, at least from Classic 5, so it's kinda weird to see Dreams on the top, and of Peter Green's songs i would have expected Albatross, Oh Well and Man Of The world much higher. so all in all very interesting list, especially It Takes Time ranked among 50!!!!!

now take pics of the interview pages - especially Christine's! - and share, PLEASE AlmostSimon!
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Old 03-17-2019, 01:22 PM
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I am not over Lindsey leaving in 1987, so I am not on track for being over him being fired any time before my death. I am over people coming into these threads and saying get over it. Contribute to the conversation by talking about the band or ignore the conversation because you find it tedious and repetitive. You donít have to read these posts and you certainly donít have to advise others about moving on.

Weíve discussed the changes Stevie made to Sandyís Seventh Wonder lyrics for more than a year. Thatís what fan forums do. They discuss the same things over and over. The big things, the small ones.
Stevie didn't write Seven Wonders????
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Old 03-17-2019, 01:54 PM
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The fact that These Strange Times is on that list disqualifies it.
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Old 03-17-2019, 02:40 PM
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I am not over Lindsey leaving in 1987, so I am not on track for being over him being fired any time before my death. I am over people coming into these threads and saying get over it. Contribute to the conversation by talking about the band or ignore the conversation because you find it tedious and repetitive. You donít have to read these posts and you certainly donít have to advise others about moving on.

Weíve discussed the changes Stevie made to Sandyís Seventh Wonder lyrics for more than a year. Thatís what fan forums do. They discuss the same things over and over. The big things, the small ones.
Uh, and you think that yours is a healthy point of view? Or something to be proud of?
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Old 03-17-2019, 02:57 PM
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The fact that These Strange Times is on that list disqualifies it.
The fact that Dreams is put as the best Fleetwood Mac song ever makes it both amusing and a good indication that Mick and Chris interviews will be PR pieces throwing Lindsey under the bus.
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Old 03-17-2019, 03:31 PM
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The fact that Dreams is put as the best Fleetwood Mac song ever makes it both amusing and a good indication that Mick and Chris interviews will be PR pieces throwing Lindsey under the bus.
Dreams at the top of the list is such a JOKE. How much did M$ck and Stev$e pay? This band has fallen so far. Gross!
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Old 03-17-2019, 04:07 PM
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The fact that Dreams is put as the best Fleetwood Mac song ever makes it both amusing and a good indication that Mick and Chris interviews will be PR pieces throwing Lindsey under the bus.
I'm more surprised about The Green Manalishi. Whatever it takes to put Lindsey's songs as low on the list as they could. I'm also surprised Don't Stop isn't #3 instead of GYOW.
This is a "Peter Green was more important to the band than Lindsey Buckingham" list. Since Stevie's fans love numbers so much, I wonder how many copies The Green Manalishi sold in comparison to GYOW.
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Old 03-17-2019, 04:36 PM
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I donít know much about this mag. But is it a UK based magazine.?
If so, that may explain the Peter Green slight bias.
I am a big fan of his music, though. Whether The Green Manalishi should be higher than GYOW is open to debate.
Dreams was a much bigger hit than GYOW in the UK, which may explain why Dreams is top ???
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Uh, and you think that yours is a healthy point of view? Or something to be proud of?
Whether it is healthy or not is nothing for you to comment on. Discuss FM. Donít psychoanalyze other posters and hijack threads with ďget over itĒ posts.
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My first time posting on the ledge for a while. 4 pages in i dont see the top 50 listed, thought this thread might be discussing it. I have the magazine and can post if needed? Haven't seen it listed on another thread. Let me know.
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