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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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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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Time.

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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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.
Up until the 2018 tour, "Blow by Blow" and "Dreamin' the Dream" were the only songs the band played live. Both of these were played on the Another Link in the Chain tour, but "Blow By Blow" was the only one that was played on a regular basis. We obviously got "All Over Again" for the 2018 tour, but the band essentially pretended the album never existed for over 20 years.

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I chose Christine’s songs because they’re all well-crafted and effectively sung. Her voice was in really fine form at this time. I don’t dig the tinny keyboard, but even with that layer of sound, a song like Hollywood shines.

But I have to admit: two of the Billy tunes are really, really good: Talkin’ to My Heart and Got It In for You. He sounds better on Time than anywhere on Mask. I credit Bekka for being the right vocal partner…
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I chose Christine’s songs because they’re all well-crafted and effectively sung. Her voice was in really fine form at this time. I don’t dig the tinny keyboard, but even with that layer of sound, a song like Hollywood shines.

But I have to admit: two of the Billy tunes are really, really good: Talkin’ to My Heart and Got It In for You. He sounds better on Time than anywhere on Mask. I credit Bekka for being the right vocal partner…
Billy and Bekka sounded so good together. It's a shame the Time lineup never got more of a chance to shine.
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Billy and Bekka sounded so good together. It's a shame the Time lineup never got more of a chance to shine.
They should have never hired Dave Mason. Time with Christine, Billy, and Bekka would have been unified and fresh. Mason’s songs and presence just confused things, left an absurd mark on the proceedings..
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They should have never hired Dave Mason. Time with Christine, Billy, and Bekka would have been unified and fresh. Mason’s songs and presence just confused things, left an absurd mark on the proceedings..
Although I love Bekka's wailing vocals on Blow By Blow. At the end.... holy crap!
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They should have never hired Dave Mason. Time with Christine, Billy, and Bekka would have been unified and fresh. Mason’s songs and presence just confused things, left an absurd mark on the proceedings..
I totally agree w all that. I couldn't see how Dave fit in there at all.

and Talkin to my Heart is such a great song...

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