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Rumours
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 16 January 2011
Product to an age to arrive but once it got here was in brand new condition and was excellent value
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 20 May 2013
One of best albums of all time, just great!! would say to anyone give it a go you'll love it!!!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 27 April 2013
This was just as good as the vinyl LP I had many years ago and the live version was excellent.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 4 March 2009
Brilliant, brings back memories of the late 70's and early 80's.
Always worth listening to.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 18 February 2015
Thank you for dispatching it so promptly. My husband was delighted with his present
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on 18 June 2015
fine
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on 14 May 2015
Fab!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 27 February 2015
The pinnacle of Fleetwood Mac's career. Thanks to Zoverstocks
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37 of 74 people found the following review helpful
on 29 September 2002
I bought this hoping that the "interview" would be in the same vein as the one featured a couple of years ago on BBC TV. Alas, it is just a series of comments about each song. The way these comments have been mixed with the backing track is such that they are virtually inaudible anyway. The track order is also different from the original album and so much of the magic that came from the way the tracks were ordered (ironically refered to in the mini-interviews) is lost. Finally, the image gallery is nothing of the sort - just a semi-animated flash of press photos. The original album is a brilliant, 5 star 'must buy', so go and buy that rather than this mixed up cash-in.
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3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A friend of mine called 'Mike the Bike' put me on to 'Rumours' an age ago. As his name suggests, Mike was a wretched 'macho' biker, (a contradiction to start with - a man who wears leather and goes out to meet...other men!) who used to shoot razorbacks when he lived in Australia. That sounds impressive, til' you consider your average razorback is about the size of a cairn terrier, but Mike apparently loved every blood-spilling minute of it.
Anyway, in normal life I'd rather sleep with a razorback than take a musical recommendation from Mike. He's firmly in the 'metal' enclave, he and his road-tearing associates live in a jelly outside time and listen to Queens of the Stone Age and Kings of Leon when they're not burning rubber on the (real) Queens highways and byways.
While 'Rumours' was Mike's guilty pleasure, it didn't take your raving correspondent long to recognize it for what it really is - a true great.
To bear the burden of greatness for 30 odd years is a task in itself, but the Fleetwoods easily carry it off. In truth, 'Rumours' is that good it probably doesn't deserve to be reviewed on these pages. It's certainly too good for me in a false modesty sense, so why bother, why waste all the words and sleep-hours in pursuit of descriptions of it's profundity and glory?
Prattish vanity, rockist bravado and pride are my motives for creativity (and it's not going un-noticed, I've already been offered a column in 'Cow Breeders International' magazine. I was tempted, but it's not really my field.(!) ) and it does give one a perverse thrill of challenge, to 'review' one of the greatest, if not THE greatest, albums of all time.
'Rumours' has everything. It rawks; ('Go Your Own Way') it's sexy; (Dreams', 'You Make Lovin' Fun') it has GORGEOUS ballads;('Songbird' in particular. I've racked my brain and I can't come up with a better one.) It is a complete, criticism defying, reviewer-proof package.
And speaking of sexy, as I usually am, what about that sensuous siren Stevie Nicks, I hear you all cry out as one voice in the darkness. Well, I'm not going overboard like I did with Theresa Bazaar, ("Never praise a woman, it will only spoil her" - Vladimir Putin) but I will say, my affectionate regard for her high beauty is in stark contrast to my lurid opinion of her ghastly solo out-pourings, but she's central to 'Rumours'. Her voice is folky, funky and fun, and it soars above the songs, like a junior Sandy Denny, (and that's HUGE praise!). She's smiling sweetly on the cover, but where it matters, in the grooves, she's down and dirty, with all guns blazing, and in a real sense, she's the Annie Oakley spirit of 'Rumours'...
It's a romantic album. It can stir you, soothe you. You can play it when your up, down or anywhere in-between. You can work out to it, do your accounts to it, write reviews to it, (!) and crucially, it's the album you choose when nothing else fit's the bill.
Not much else to say. Reviewing 'Rumours' is a thankless task, is there anybody out there not familiar with it to some degree? Anyone who is just finding it now, I envy you.
When the final gongs are handed out, it'll be up there with 'Blood on the Tracks, 'Astral Weeks' and 'Closer', maybe even eclipsing all three..
On the down-side it is rumoured that Stevie Nicks has incredibly ugly toes, information which if true, would have me scuttling back to square one, excising Mike the Bike, and beginning the `Rumours' review with fresh new perspective and insight.
Thank God I don't believe what I read...
Note: Information on shooting razorbacks and all other bush inhabitants can be found on Discovering Australia. Com.
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