Help me get into Fleetwood Mac please?
I literally only know one song by them and you can probably guess which song that is. GO YOUR OWN WAY
But I keep hearing they are an amazing band. So help me, what other songs by them should I listen to? thanks
- KurtLv 54 weeks ago
Some good areas to start:
The Blues years (with Peter Green)- "Before The Beginning"
The middle years (with Bob Welch)- "Hypnotized"
The "glory "years (Buckingham/Nicks)- "Gold Dust Woman", "World Turning"
- Anonymous1 month ago
Depends what you usually like.
My favo(u)rites by them include Everywhere and Little Lies.
- UndeadlyLv 42 months ago
Just listen to Peter Green on The Green Manalishi with the Two Pronged Crown. Great guitar great vocals.
- KillmousekyLv 72 months ago
If you're truly interested in Fleetwood Mac, you need to go back to their beginning, when it was "Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac." They were a bluesy rock band. The songs "Albatross", "Black Magic Woman", Rattlesnake Shake", etc. The band has recorded since 1967, with several changes of personnel along the way. Drummer Mick Fleetwood & bass player John McVie are the only members of the original band who have been in every incarnation.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
WELL HERE YOU GO AGAIN YOU SAY WELL WHO AM I TO
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
Say You Love Me
- Robert JLv 72 months ago
I'd suggest you get the DVD version of "The Dance".
It's a major concert from 1997 with all the Fleetwood Mac members involved and some really good examples of their music.
For individual tracks, try these;
You Make Loving Fun
Also, from the earlier version of the band:
- DominiqueLv 62 months ago
My favorite Fleetwood Mac songs are......
Gold Dust Woman
- AlphonseLv 72 months ago
The only song I like of theirs is "everywhere" but even that gets annoying as it's overplayed on the radio. "Go your own way" is rubbish and I've not heard much else from them. I don't think it was an amazing band, legendary yes but, not amazing.