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I Need To Confess

TwoTubMan

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My three favorite Fleetwood Mac albums are "Kiln House", "Future Games", and "Bare Trees".

Sorry.

Along with John and Tom Fogerty this is where I learned guitar.

Flame suit on, but if you haven't heard these albums, you really don't know what you're missing.
 

roadrunner

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If you like something, then it's good for you. No need to apologize!:salude
 
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frpax

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I admitted to a friend of mine the other day that I liked the song Xanadu. I had to apologize for that...

I don't think there is any need to apoligize for liking Fleetwood Mac, though!
 

Todd Louis

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I like Like a Virgin... And the New album is just BOSS:wail



















:rofl :rofl :rofl
 

59Vampire

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I have a secret love for some wussy 80s new wave. Such as ABC-shoot that poison arrow, Anything by Yaz, and General public. Its ironic because in the 80s i was caught in a trichotomy( i made the word up like dichotomy) I loved the Dead, Rock blues and metal(one grouping) and new wave. The scary thing is i actually wore capezios at one time because Eddie Van halen did. Yeah i know it was gay.(not that theres anything wrong with being gay, i have a few friends that are) Live and learn!!
 

sidekick

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Interesting choices......:salude From late '70-73 Fleetwood Mac worked very hard to carry on, after being deprived of their original leader/mentor, Peter Green. I recall reading that Mick Fleetwood later reflected concerning that period: "We needed fresh material badly, plus a new identity and direction...." Personally, I view these albums as definitely worthy of merit during a 'transitional' time and perhaps shows the dedication of Mick Fleetwood and Co to carry on making good music.... Even though they did lose a Jeremy Spencer along the way and later, Danny Kirwan..... Bob Welch struck me as a classy guitarist/songwriter.....:)
 

TwoTubMan

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"Earl Grey" I think is the song that donked me on the head.

It's really hard to say. I love Schenker and Thackery, but I will NEVER be in that league.

Oddly enough, if I had to chose that fabled desert island disc, it would probably be either Amos Milburn, Sonny Rollins, or the Benny Goodman Quintet.
 

Chef Greg

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I've always dug those albums, especially Kiln House & Bare Trees... actually I dig all the F Mac albums that were made before the Lindsey Buckingham days.
 

moondance360

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"Oddly enough, if I had to chose that fabled desert island disc, it would probably be either Amos Milburn, Sonny Rollins, or the Benny Goodman Quintet.

Benny Goodman Quintet? is that the one with Charlie Christian on guitar? I like that style too.
 
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moonweasel

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I have always joked with my friends that I wanted to start a band called "Fleetwood Mac II".

All death metal.
 
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