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1 Oct. 1995 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Oct. 1995
  • Release Date: 1 Oct. 1995
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Copyright: 1995 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:00:48
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  • ASIN: B006ICOE0G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 65,483 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By P. M. Connolly VINE VOICE on 18 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you think Fleetwood Mac were only as good as Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham...think again this album rocks and they are not there!!!!In there place we have Becca Bramlett and Billy Burnette also we have another new face David Mason also present are the regulars Christie,John and Mick its a line up that only lasted for this album but it really works....Now the songsTalkin' to my Heart...Pop very catchy will stay in your head.Hollywood...Fab again vey upbeat and very catchyBlow by Blow...The rock begins David sings very well and again very catchy.Winds of Change...Becca Ballad georgeous one of my favs on this album sooo nice.I do....again catchy pop brilliant.Nothing without you...Not one of my favs but ok nothing special.Dreamin the Dream...Another Becca ballad that I love again georgous.Sooner or Later..My second fav on the album soo catchy and quite rocky tooo.I Wonder Why...The rock continues great track.Nights in Estoril..My fav on this album I love this song Christie sings so well and the song starts slow but builds to a rocky finish I love this song.I got it in for you...The rock goes on very very catchy.All over again.. A Christie ballad again gorgeous love this one too.These Strange Times...Not keen for me worst on the album its very weird with Mick talking the verses and Becca wailing in the Background. The tune behind it is nice though but no I do not like it.Apart from the last song all songs are of a very high quality I would recommendthis album to anyone Fleetwood Mac fan or not as it is a great collection of songs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NoWireHangers on 10 Aug. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Mick Fleetwood and Christine and John McVie are joined by Dave Mason, Bekka Bramlett and Billy Burnette on this album made without Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham. Stevie Nicks is one of my favorite Fleetwood Mac members but "Time" is surprisingly good even without her and Buckingham.

Bekka Bramlett is a great singer and sings one of the catchiest songs on the album, "Winds of Change", which might have had a chance to chart if it were released as a a single. I always love hearing Christine McVie's voice and her material here is good as usual (I was going to write "not up to her usual standards", but after another careful listen I realized there are several good songs here).

Favorite tracks: Winds of Change, I Wonder Why, Nights in Estoril: Least favorite: Dreamin' the Dream.

Overall, "Time" is a good album and the group works surprisingly well without Buckingham/Nicks. Those who want to hear more of Bekka Bramlett and Billy Burnette may also want to check out their country album "Bekka & Billy".
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The only reason you'd really buy this is for the songs performed by Christine (and Mick's song), all of her songs were possibly some of her strongest Fleetwood Mac songs to date, especially the more emotionally-charged songs like Nights In Estoril and All Over Again. While it was clear from the lyrics that she was feeling like she had completely burnt out, they were performed so strongly, with such passion that it seemed like she was going to go out on a high note (professionally). The songs from Bramlett, Burnette and Mason are more of a mixed bag, an erratic combination of slow-country, shouty-country and in Mason's case, the contributions were decidedly late-70's/early-80's in sound, which by 1995 were starting to sound dated. Mick Fleetwood would finally have the last word, and at the end of the so-called 'lost' period for Fleetwood Mac, the man himself couldn't help but feel lost and bewildered. McVie's goodbye lullaby finally came true in 1998 when she retired from the band (until subsequently re-joining in 2014).
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By Dusty Bin on 27 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
After the departure of Lindsey Buckingham ("Behind The Mask"), by the time this album was made, Stevie Nicks had also gone her own way, and how it shows.

Much as I love the Mac, I've still never been able to get into this album as much as I have any of their other records, and I've played it often enough to have tried!

Sure, there are some good songs, "Hollywood" and "Talkin' To My Heart" among them, but all the way through, I just can't help thinking when is Stevie going to sing and when's Lindsey going to start plucking!

No wonder after the "success" of this effort, Messrs Fleetwood and McVie decided it was "Time" for a reunion ("The Dance").

If you're considering whether to splash your cash on this, be warned it's only for diehard Mac devotees. Listen to "Rumours", "Tango In The Night" and "The Dance" first...if you've already one of the "Greatest Hits" or "Very Best Of..." collections.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By William Holmes on 16 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Let me start by saying that the first time I listened to this album, I thought it was disappointingly average and it was put to the back of the cupboard.

Discovering it years later, when I played it, I couldn't believe how fantastic it was and...song for song...it is now my fave Fleetwood Mac album with my favourite Fleetwood Mac song "Nights in Estoril"

So here's my track by track review-

Talkin To My Heart - Great strong vocals from Burnett and Bramlett. 7/10

Blow By Blow - Fantastic track, sounds like their in your living room 10/10

Winds Of Change - Emotive and beautiful words and again Bramletts voice is great 9/10

Hollywood - Great Christine McVie track 6/10

I Do - Hmmm, average McVie track 4/10

Dream - Lacklustre 5/10

I Wonder Why - Sultry rock 8/10

I Got It In For You - Great funny track, great vocals from Burnett 8/10

Nights In Estoril - My face Fleetwood Mac track ever - McVie's piano playing is just amazing

These Strange Times - Unusual, strange, moving and brilliant 7/10

All Over Again - Lacklustre McVie track 4/10

Sooner Or Later - McVie back on form 9/10

Nothing Without You - Bramlett delivers 7/10
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