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Greatest Hits Best of

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 21 1988)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Best of
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000002LFZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 105 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Rhiannon
2. Don't Stop
3. Go Your Own Way
4. Hold Me
5. Everywhere
6. Gypsy
7. You Make Loving Fun
8. As Long As You Follow
9. Dreams
10. Say You Love Me
11. Tusk
12. Little Lies
13. Sara
14. Big Love
15. Over My Head
16. No Questions Asked

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The boxed set's a little pricey, and besides, this CD has the goods: Dreams; Rhiannon; Go Your Own Way; Tusk; You Make Loving Fun; Little Lies; Gypsy , and more, including Bill and Hillary's favorite, Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow .

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These are the greatest hits of the version of Big Mac that produced Hits with a capital H! While pre-Stevie Nicks-Lindsey Buckingham versions of the group charted in the U.K. five times between 1968 and 1973, the post-blues-rock edition of the band reached unprecedented commercial heights beginning with "Rhiannon," a No. 5 smash in the spring of 1976. It's on this 16-track solid-gold set, along with the rest of the hits up through 1988's "Everywhere." A long version of "Sara" and some bonus tracks are included for extra value. --Steven Stolder


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Greatest hits albums are the devil. Especially for band, like this one who don't really rely on singles. Fleetwood Mac is a band that can sell 3 million albums without a hit single. In the process, songs that weren't originally singles become their most popular songs (i.e. Landslide, Gold Dust Woman, The chain). With that fact and greatest hits album becomes inappropriate for this band. This album left me unfulfilled, yes it has two new tracks (which by the way are pretty good). But what they left out just left to much to desire. An example of what is appropriate for this band is, The Chain box set, which was realeased four years later in 1992 (someone please tell me why the only one you can get is the two cd version anymore, its really a shame). This album just seems like an attempt to fill the void after Lindsey Buckingham's departure the previous year. One big plus for the album is that it includes the full version of Sara, which is not available on the Tusk cd (who's decision it was to edit it should be fired). My advice is don't by this particular album until you have their previous albums. And even then, only if you're a die hard Mac fan.
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This has been replaced by the 2-CD "Very Best of Fleetwood Mac", which only costs a little more, but has many more tracks, including some extremely popular songs like "Landslide" and "Second Hand News" that are strangely missing on this "Greatest Hits". Also the new collection features much better sound quality.
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One thing that facsinates me about Fleetwood Mac,is how lead singers are alternated.Songs such as Rhiannon,Dreams and Gypsy are sung by Stevie Nicks.Ohters like Over My Head,You Make Loving Fun and Everywhere are sung by Christine McVie(who sounds a lot like Joni Mitchell in her song Over My Head).Songs like Don't Stop,Go Your Own Way and Big Love are sung by Lindsey Buckingham.In other words,some songs are sung by female vocalists,others by male vocalists.Sometimes you wouldn't know that it was the same group singing.My favourite band member would be Stevie Nicks.The fact that this group's history goes back to the late 60s with Peter Green is relatively new to me.Fleetwood Mac is one unique and remarkable band.
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I love compilations. Love them. You get to have most of an artist's best songs for you to enjoy. If you don't know much about said artist, it's your chance to get to know them. If you're already a fan, it's great to have tracks you love in one single CD. But, as I've said before, they don't come without problems. The matter of chosing which songs should be included is always a touchy subject, because everyone has different likes and dislikes, and most of the time record labels and/or the artists *miss* or *forget* songs that fans claim for.
Fleetwood Mac: Greatest Hits is not an exception to this rule. In fact, in my opinion, there are at least two tracks missing from this collection: Landslide and The Chain, which are, and I think you will agree, a couple of the band's most famous songs, and by not being included here, lessen the impact of the CD a little bit.
Having said that, this is a great collection indeed, with some amazing work and some really great, classic tunes, like Rhiannon, Don't stop, As long as you follow, Go your own way and Dreams. This is classic Fleetwood Mac, mostly from the Lindsey Buckingham-Stevie Nicks era.
But if you really want to have a better collection of the Mac's work, you should skip this CD and get the two CD The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac which includes 36 tracks. I would have given 5 stars to this CD if the newer collection didn't exist, but as it is, I should say that it's better than this one if only because it includes the two tracks named before, and some of the stuff that came after the release of the first collection.
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It's obvious that most of the record labels make a "Greatest Hits" compilation of their stronger artists to sell a lot of copies and win a lot of money. But a "Greatest Hits" collection always represents a really nice option for the "casual fan" to begin the listening experience with a certain artist or band he barely knows from the radio.
And it's a pity, but here in Chile we don't get enough Fleetwood Mac in the radio stations. "Little Lies", "Go Your Own Way", "Sara" and "Dreams" were the only Fleetwood Mac songs I actually recognized before I got this CD (as a birthday gift coming from my sister), and the omissions made me ignore completely that songs I knew like "Big Love", "Seven Wonders", "Gypsy", "Everywhere" and (most notably) "Don't Stop" were from the same band!
Guess I was missing a lot. This CD is a great compilation of good songs. Although the booklet misses the composer credits and some of the history of the band (that would be necessary for beginners: I had to take it from the Internet), the music and, particularly, the lyrics, are stunning. You can hardly find a band talking SO deeply and sicerely about their own problems like Fleetwood Mac (and I'm always talking about the "Rumours" line-up). The big loves, the dreams, the little lies, the rumours, the crystal visions, the feelings from the inner souls of the composers are showing here, like they were opening their hearts for us to see.
That's why Stevie Nicks' songs are always removing and special. "Dreams", a particular masterpiece, showcases Stevie's simple, sometimes painful, sometimes bitter, but always pretty poetry.
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