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View Poll Results: Time: Your favorite songs, grouped by singer
Billy Burnette 1 5.26%
Bekka Bramlett 2 10.53%
Mick Fleetwood 1 5.26%
Dave Mason 0 0%
Christine McVie 15 78.95%
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Old 08-19-2023, 02:48 PM
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I'm only doing this because Mick Fleetwood can potentially receive votes.
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I'm only doing this because Mick Fleetwood can potentially receive votes.
We need a poll on the quality of each member's character.
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We need a poll on the quality of each member's character.
Based on his very limited time in the band, Bob Brunning likely comes out on top.
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I'm only doing this because Mick Fleetwood can potentially receive votes.
Chaos accepted.
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I didn't post this poll cause I don't even remember non-Christine songs, so it wouldn't be fair. But since the poll is here, I voted for Christine. Well they say it's not a fair world
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Time.

The Fleetwood Mac album that I never had time to listen to.
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The Fleetwood Mac album that I never had time to listen to.
Hahahaha
You are losing a good one!

Of course my vote goes for Christine, as I like all her songs on this one
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Hahahaha
You are losing a good one!

Of course my vote goes for Christine, as I like all her songs on this one
There were many fans who never listened to Time because they just refused to — no Stevie, no time.

So 2018 rolls around and there’s Stevie singing this song with Christine, and what do those people all think? Imagine someone like Mike Bise — who wouldn’t have listened to Time if his life depended on it. He must have had no idea what Stevie and Chris were singing. They were probably doing frenzied lyric searches on their phones.
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There were many fans who never listened to Time because they just refused to — no Stevie, no time.

So 2018 rolls around and there’s Stevie singing this song with Christine, and what do those people all think? Imagine someone like Mike Bise — who wouldn’t have listened to Time if his life depended on it. He must have had no idea what Stevie and Chris were singing. They were probably doing frenzied lyric searches on their phones.
EXACTLY why that tour was almost vindication. At least the initial concerts showed Fleetwood Mac was more than the five (or six) albums. Especially a song from Time.

Plus, that’s the third song from that album I got to see live.
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The Fleetwood Mac album that I never had time to listen to.
Seriously? Not even Christine's songs?
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Seriously? Not even Christine's songs?
I like it as well as BTM, and better than SYW.
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I like it as well as BTM, and better than SYW.
I really think there's only one real dud on Time- Blow by Blow and it's a pleasant, sunny, varied, listen. The title track aside, BTM is a toilet overflowing with turds.

There's enough angsty, occasionally experimental stuff on SYW maintain my interest 85% of the time and Stevie does at least bring some good songs to the project- I love her take on Smile at you- and John's bass work is great on that. Despite Christine's absence, I prefer it to Mirage and (just) Tango and I suspect I'm in a minority in that.
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