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I remember liking Man of the World to a good degree... I think?
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I'm more familiar with material from the Buckingham/Nicks era. Some of my favorites are "Dreams", "The Chain", "Gold Dust Woman", "Go Your Own Way", "As Long As You Follow", "Bleed To Love Her" and "Over My Head".
I have heard "Hypnotized" from the Welch era and like that one a lot. (He's got a couple solo songs I like too).
I think that's kind of funny when you sit down and try to think of your favorite songs from different groups how they've changed over time. I know my favorite songs from some of my favorite groups change constantly. Might be a cool topic for another thread for somebody to start.
I'm familiar with all eras except the Peter Green and Time album ones.
The Bob Welch era was good, Bare Trees being one example. Speaking of Future Games, I don't recall enough of it to fairly judge it.
The Lindsey Buckingham/Stevie Nicks era was great, especially with Tusk and Tango in the Night.
I love Christine McVie. She added a special touch to their overall sound. Almost everything she wrote for this band was simply beautiful.
Let's put a little Fear of Music into Rock Band!
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I've been meaning to dive into Fleetwood Mac's discography for a while now after hearing Go Your Own Way on rb2. Where's the best place to start? Go Your Own Way is becoming one of my favourites, and I know my dad has Rumours on vinyl which I plan to dig out.
Where do I go from there?
with the Peter Green era I would start with Mr. Wonderful