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But there's something missing here, and it's Christine McVie. Both Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks are what you might call extreme artists, and left to their own devices they can edge toward the self-indulgent.Read more ›
The title track, "Say You Will," seems to have a typical Christine McVie undertone and marks a title track that Nicks has written for the first time during her career with the band. However, Christine's absence has brought an earthy feel to this album, similar in sound to Tom Petty of old ("Steal Your Heart Away") alongside Stevie's tambourine contribution and BV’s by Christine in this particular song. In hindsight, "Say You Will" makes a good CD to have in your collections, and brings back hints from Buckingham's solo albums' creative content in this album with songs such as "Red Rover" and the excellent "Murrow Turning Over In His Grave," amongst other greats. "Miranda" features excellent guitar work again, similar to Buckingham’s' excellent live rendition of "Big Love" on the Dance live album. Stevie's song “Silver Girl,” brings memories of a style similar to Christine McVie in sound. "Destiny Rules" by Stevie Nicks has given John McVie a similar bass to her solo single release song from her album Trouble In Shangri La, "Sorcerer" as well as feel. So, to every fan that has got this album, there are songs here that everyone can identify with in feel, sound and creativity.Read more ›
My one and only complaint against this wonderful album is that they laid some protection on it, to keep the pirates off, but it also keeps me from playing it on my computer. I listen to CDs on my computer at work, but I cannot listen to this one. :-(
But, that said, this is a very good Fleetwood Mac album, one that I enjoy listening to every chance I get. I highly recommend this album.