By Das Boone
Just read "dougalmac" below and I can save my breath. All the Millions of people that "discovered" Fleetwood Mac in the late 70's when Buckingham and Nicks started adding their Pop drivel should check at least a little of this music out. They they can join the chorus of real Mac fans and ask I-Tunes to release the full recordings from the Peter Green and Bob Welsh era. The proceeds could go to voice lessions for Nicks from Christie McVie to learn how to sing the Blues and Rock.
By Live at 6 Pack's
This ok at best. All the best Mac albums are missing from i Tunes selections. C'mon guys bring out the really great Mac lineup albums!
This album is terrible. Poorly mixed, poor live performances, old stuff left on the cutting room floor 40 years ago for good reason, no life to it. FM trying to milk their blues heritage after it sadly turned to Limburger. I will be more careful next time. All of the 3 and 4 star reviews are uneducated in early Mac.
Need Bare Trees
By Rock 'n' Roller
This is a great Fleetwood Mac LP. I've been looking for "Bare Trees" forever. Any chance your iTune library will add it? It's a great early FM sound.
Back in the day.
By Slippity Slap
This compilation is worth just for the track "Jewel Eyed Judy" alone. You need to hear this song right now!
This was a great time in the career of Fleetwood Mac! Hey iTunes whatever happened to "Bare Trees"?......
I Got Yer Fleetwood Mac, Right Here!
This is a pretty good compilation of the early blues years of Fleetwood Mac. It's a glimpse of what originally made this band great, and shows a bit of what the band lost after Buckingham and Nicks became members in 1976. Danny Kirtwan and Jeremy Spencer shine here, along with the rock solid and awesome rhythm section of Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. "Bob Welch is hardly missed here?" says the I-Tunes review! Blasphemy! Kiln House, Bare Trees, Then Play On, Mystery to Me, and Penguin showcase some of the best and most important music ever produced by Fleetwood Mac, Without the first Fleetwood Mac recordings by Christine McVie, the I-Tunes collection is incomplete and an insult to Mac funs everywhere.